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Recently, iQiyi Adventure VR reached a deep cooperation with 4K Garden, a 5G+ Ultra HD application technology platform. Both parties will create China's first Ultra HD+ VR immersive interactive innovative app.
According to Chinese enterprise data platform Tianyancha, a patent application for AR glasses submitted by consumer electronics giant Xiaomi was officially approved on Tuesday.
Goolton Technology, a Chinese remote AR collaborative platform provider, and Intel (China) announced on Wednesday that they had reached an agreement on the ecological construction for the industrial Metaverse.
AR smart glasses brand INMO Technology has recently completed round-A financing worth nearly $10 million, featuring exclusive investment from Hello Group Inc.
Augmented reality filter management platform Camera IQ announced Thursday that it will cooperate with TikTok to launch support for AR functions within the popular video app's "Effect House."
In last week’s VC news, fast fashion e-commerce giant SHEIN set its eyes on a massive $100 billion valuation, several local AR/VR firms raised considerable investment rounds, PAG took a major stake in %Arabica, and more.
Chinese augmented reality (AR) smart glasses company Rokid has recently received round-C financing totaling 700 million yuan ($110 million) from undisclosed investors.
AR technology firm Nreal announced that it has jointly launched online and offline sales of its AR smart glasses, the Nreal Air, in Japan, partnering with two domestic telecom operators.
Greatar, a Chinese supplier of AR diffraction optical waveguide and diffraction grating equipment, announced it had completed its round A+ of financing.
Chinese AI smart glasses maker Hangzhou Guangli Technology Co., Ltd. announced on Thursday that it has completed an A+ round of financing in which it brought in over 100 million yuan ($15.67 million).
IrisView Technology announced that it has obtained nearly 100 million yuan ($15.63 million) in Rounds A and A+ of financing, with Jinshajiang Venture Capital and Source Code Capital serving as lead investors, respectively.
In last week’s VC news, General Motors invests in Chinese autonomous driving startup Momenta, Nreal raises new funds for international expansion, NetEase invests in game publisher Kepler Interactive.