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.
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Private
HQ
San Francisco, US
Size (employees)
56 (est)+2%
Occipital is headquartered in San Francisco, US
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Key People/Management 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
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Occipital Office Locations

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

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Occipital total Funding

$33 m

Occipital latest funding size

$12 m

Time since last funding

6 months ago

Occipital investors

Occipital's latest funding round in January 2018 was reported to be $12 m. In total, Occipital has raised $33 m
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Occipital Acquisitions / Subsidiaries

Acquired CompanyDateDeal Size
Paracosm (22)October 25, 2017
Replica Labs June 02, 2016
Lynx Laboratories November 23, 2015
ManCTL June 18, 2013
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Occipital News and Updates

Occipital pulls in $15 mln Series C

San Francisco and Boulder-based Occipital, a maker of computer vision technologies and products, has secured $15 million in Series C funding. Foundry Group led the round.

Occipital closes $12M more as it strives to build a ‘perception engine’

 Sensors are growing more and more sophisticated as we build machines that can interpret the world with more precision than we can. Occipital is aiming to do this as effectively and cheaply as possible as it morphs its 3D scanning technology into a product that can do much, much more. The company ha…

Occipital launches low-cost AR/VR tracking platform for all-in-one headsets

 Some of the most annoying parts of today’s virtual reality hardware are all the wires and the sensors needed to accurately track the headset. With all-in-ones, all of that hardware has to find its way into the headset and track your location in a low-power way. Today, Occipital is showing off a tra…
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