Occipital is equal parts science lab and software startup - we develop state-of-the-art mobile computer vision applications. Occipital is venture-funded, was backed by Techstars in 2008, and is also known for developing RedLaser, a barcode-scanning application that was acquired by eBay Inc. In 2010, the company reinvented panoramas with 360 Panorama, an app which makes 360-degree image capture as simple and fast as recording a video clip. In 2013 we launched Structure Sensor, the first 3D sensor for mobile devices. Structure Sensor went on to become the 6th highest funded technology project in Kickstarter history, is now available for purchase at structure.io, and comes with a powerful SDK featuring real-time tracking and mapping on iOS.
Company Growth (employees)
San Francisco, US
Size (employees)
47 (est)
Occipital is headquartered in San Francisco, US

Key People at Occipital

Vikas Reddy

Vikas Reddy

Co - Founder & Board Member
Jeffrey Powers

Jeffrey Powers

Co - Founder & Board Member
Manu Kumar

Manu Kumar

Investor & Board Member

Occipital Office Locations

Occipital has offices in San Francisco and Boulder
San Francisco, US (HQ)
188 King St

Occipital Data and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Total Funding

$20 m

Latest funding size

$13 m

Time since last funding

about 2 years


Occipital's latest funding round in July 2015 was reported to be $13 m. In total, Occipital has raised $20 m

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Occipital News and Updates

Occipital shows off a $399 mixed reality headset for iPhone

 Mobile VR is an Android game, but as more and more rumors flourish about the next iPhone, some companies are looking to get developers ready to bring iOS users into the world of VR. Occipital announced today that it is launching a mixed reality platform built upon its depth-sensing technologies cal…

This New iPad App Makes Futuristic 3-D Scans of Your Home

With an iPad, a Structure sensor attachment, and a new app called Canvas, making a 3D model of your home is as easy as taking a 360 panorama shot. The post This New iPad App Makes Futuristic 3-D Scans of Your Home appeared first on WIRED.

Occipital launches $500 dev kit to turn your iPhone into a room-scale tracked VR headset

 For iOS or Mac users interested in VR, there isn’t a lot you can do right now without migrating to the dark sides of Android or Windows. Occipital is aiming to get people on the iOS platform access to some more cool VR opportunities. Today, the company opened up a $500 development kit today that br…

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