Vuzix Brings ONtheGO Platforms' Gesture Tech, Ari to M100 Smart Glasses

ROCHESTER, NY -- Vuzix Corporation announces that the Company is leading the charge in bringing increased functionality to its customers, with a partnership with the leading wearable gesture interface company, ONtheGO Platforms, creator of Ari™ (Augmented Reality Interface).

The Vuzix developer community can now find a demo of Ari™ in the Vuzix app store, along with more information about how to gain access to the gesture SDK and how to easily integrate Ari™ gesture recognition into their own M100 Smart Glasses applications.

"Gesture recognition is going to be one of the major user interfaces for smart glasses and ONtheGO Platforms' Ari™ is the leading solution in the space. We are very excited about the addition of Ari™ to the Vuzix app store and to be making it available to the Vuzix M100 Smart Glasses community," said Paul Travers, President and Chief Executive Officer at Vuzix.

There are currently numerous Fortune 500 companies using Ari™ on the Vuzix M100 Smart Glasses in industrial settings, while gloved up, on the move, or in noisy situations where traditional interfaces do not suffice. However, this is the first time the Ari™ gesture recognition platform is being extended to the Vuzix developer community as a whole.

"The Vuzix developer community has proven to be one of the most innovative groups in the space, so we are thrilled to see the cutting-edge smart glasses applications and experiences they create while using Ari™ for both the enterprise and prosumer sectors," remarked ONtheGO Platforms CEO, Ryan Fink.

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