Let us inspire you
with some examples of what we (and you) can do using our technology.
Some serious tech. And we're leading.
We made the camera in your mobile device a little bit smarter. Making it understand what it sees.
Originally used as eyes for NASA robots, SLAM is a technology used for creating maps of unknown environments, and positioning devices with extreme accuracy within them. 13th Lab brought the world's first SLAM implementation to consumer devices, and continue to be the unchallenged leader in this field.
We also recognize and track 2D images. We can even move freely between 2D and 3D tracking, i.e. detect and track a 2D image and then transfer to SLAM and map and track the environment around the image.
In the Lab
We have some other very cool technology working in the lab, a technology that we are not ready to share with the world quite yet. Stay tuned, that's all we can say.
Computer Vision. For everybody.
We've launched a few different products in the last years. Click on them below for more information.
What others say.
Click to read a few selected articles about 13th Lab and our products.
”Trust me, that's much more impressive than it sounds, and like a billion times more impressive than it looks"
"This is some serious tech, with some serious applications"
”13th Lab used the camera to idenfity with subcentimeter accuracy where you are. The application of such technology is not hard to see"
”Ball Invasion highlights converging trends; sophisticated software becoming more efficient and mobile devices becoming more powerful"
”That means it's not just a camera with a layer placed over the top. It's a way of seeing the world"