Occipital, Inc.

Occipital is equal parts science lab and startup – we develop state-of-the-art mobile computer vision hardware and software.

Occipital is venture-funded, was backed by Techstars in 2008, and first became well 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, Occipital launched Structure Sensor & SDK, which has become one of the most popular 3D sensing platforms for mobile devices, with over 100 apps launched by developers. In 2016, Occipital launched the depth-powered Canvas app for home measurement and visualization, as well as the Bridge platform (comprised of the Bridge HMD for iPhone and Bridge Engine for mixed reality app development) for mobile mixed reality. In 2017, Occipital acquired Paracosm, which recently launched the LIDAR-enabled PX-80 large-scale 3D mapping system.

Occipital is headquartered in Boulder, CO with offices in San Francisco, CA, Gainesville, FL and Madrid. Spain.

Company Info:

Year Founded:
2008

Founders:
Adam Rodnitzky/VP Marketing

CEO(s)/CTO(s)/Other Officers:
Jeff Powers, Vikas Reddy

Investors:
Foundry Group, K9 Ventures, Intel Capital, Calibrate VC, Grishin Robotics, DFJ Frontier, TechStars

Company Size:
21 to 100

Stage:
Series C