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Billions into smart glasses
CrowdOptic on Google and Sony Smart Glasses - February 7, 2016
The great smart glasses commoditization has occurred in the last 12 months that was especially evident at the latest Consumer Electronics Show ...more


Google Glass going to Super Bowl 50 despite being pulled from the public eye [Video]
9 to 5 Google - January 25, 2016
it’s a simple fact that Glass still lives in the enterprise. This means doctor’s offices, hospitals, sports stadiums, factories, warehouses ...more


How to Turn Community Into Strategic Customers
Forbes - January 11, 2016


New Systems Make Sony SED-E1 and Google Glass Better than Intel Smart Glasses
Clapway - January 6, 2016



Patented Technology


U.S. Patent No. 8,527,340, further supported by U.S. Patent No. 9,020,832 and U.S. Patent 9,264,474, empowers a wide range of video streaming applications, including the ability to instantly select the best available real-time video stream from a multitude of video streams. Only CrowdOptic can capture the sensor data from all devices with a common focus (claim 1) and filter the data stream to eliminate any erratic data values (claim 9) to prevent attributes like jitter and "shaky" video from appearing in the broadcast to the viewing audience (claim 3).

Patents Shows Widespread Augmented Reality Innovation
PatentVue - May 26, 2015
Regarding other smaller companies that are focusing on AR and HMD technology, we took a close look at the ten companies that Google has named Glass Certified Partners: AMA, APX Labs, Augmate, Augmedix, CrowdOptic, GuidiGo, Interapt, Pristine, Wearable Intelligence, and Ubimax. While many of these companies have pending patent applications in the US and abroad, CrowdOptic, Inc., d/b/a KBA2, Inc. is the only among the group of Glass Certified Partners that has issued US patents. The company owns US 8,527,340 and US 9,020,832, both entitled “Systems and methods for analytic data gathering from image providers at an event or geographic location.”


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    "...a quantum leap above anything else that exists in the market today"
  • CNBC Interview with Jon Fisher and Ray Lane CrowdOptic on CNBC, with Ray Lane
    Execs Discuss Google Glass in the Enterprise
  • CNBC Interview with Jon Fisher and Ray Lane Startup cracks Glass for a good cause
    Imagine physicians saving lives by remotely guiding first responders.
  • CNBC Interview with Jon Fisher and Ray Lane Ray Lane on Google Glass Partner
    "This is a profound change"
  • Inherit the view Indiana Pacers and Google Glass
    CrowdOptic Sources the Live Footage
  • Hangouts on Air NFL Greats Hangout on Air
    NFL Legends Share Google Glass Views
  • Sacrametno Kings vs. Indiana Pacers Google Glass Cam at Kings Arena
    Sacramento Kings vs. Indiana Pacers
  • Google Glass Debut With Indiana Pacers Interview with Indiana Pacers
    On Glass Debut and the Future of Google Glass
  • echcrunch Disrupt with Robert Scoble CrowdOptic Explained
    Techcrunch Disrupt with Robert Scoble
  • Stanford Basketball Sports Analytics
    Stanford Basketball
  • Luminato Festival, Toronto, Canada Logo in the Sky
    Luminato Festival, Toronto, Canada
  • Sonoma Raceway Instant Social Networks
    Sonoma Raceway, Sonoma, CA