Who's ready for a little mixed reality?
Over the past few months, we've been hard at work adding new capabilities to Structure Sensor & SDK, as well as making it compatible with even more devices. Here's a... Read more
Announcing our new Unity plugin, better color texturing, and more
Today we're excited to announce the release of Structure SDK 0.5.3 with much-improved Unity support. We also have some other news and recent updates to share with you.
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New Year, New Demo, New Brackets
The Structure Sensor at CES
From January 6th to the 10th, a majority of the Occipital team converged on Las Vegas for our first ever booth at the Consumer Electronics... Read more
New iOS devices are here. We're ready.
The Air 2. The mini 3. The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. The Structure Sensor will be ready for them all.
It's that time of year again - time for... Read more
As if last week wasn't exciting enough...
In the backer update last week, we celebrated the one year anniversary of Structure Sensor’s Kickstarter launch, launched Calibrator, and added color support to Skanect and the Scanner sample app. It's... Read more
It's amazing what can happen in a year.
Happy Anniversary (plus announcements)!
A year ago today, at 8:58AM PST, we took a deep breath, logged into our Kickstarter account, and clicked the big “Launch Campaign” button... Read more
Sample apps have hit the App Store!
If you’ve been regularly checking out our Software Dashboard, we’ve got exciting news for you: Three iOS sample apps for the Structure Sensor are available today for download from the... Read more
A brand new app and community-made accessories for your Structure Sensor
Now that thousands of Structure Sensors are in your hands, we're starting to see the results of a lot of your creativity - beginning with the very first developer-created app,... Read more
Thousands of Structure Sensors are shipping this month!
Countdown to Delivery
June has arrived - and, soon, so will your Structure Sensor. In fact, we wanted to make it even easier for you to track when your sensor... Read more
Delivery status, the Structure app, and a view from China
Delivery Status Update
Since March nearly a third of our team has been working onsite in China to mitigate delays and improve processes. As a result, we don't expect any... Read more
Beta Backers - Sensors Have Started Shipping!
We’ve got some exciting news – our first batch of beta Structure Sensors have left the factoryin China, they've cleared customs, and will be on their way to backers... Read more
A Great Start to 2014
Structure Sensor at CES
Last week, members of the Occipital team headed to the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas to meet with partners, talk to the press, and... Read more
The Final Countdown
The stretch goal ... so close!
With just 23 hours left in our campaign, we are only $20,000 away from our stretch goal of $1,250,000. If we hit the goal, every... Read more
Apple's New iPads, new SDK feature, and our stretch goal!
Apple's New iPads and the Structure Sensor
Like us, many of you were eagerly awaiting Apple’s new iPads – and Tuesday’s press event didn’t disappoint. The new iPad Air and... Read more
History of Occipital, Structure SDK, and more
Occipital and TechStars
It’s hard to believe it, but it’s been over five years since Occipital was founded in 2008. A big part of our journey was joining TechStars for... Read more
Scanning in Color, iPad Rumors, NYC Museum Exhibit, New Reward Level, and Stretch Goals
Color scanning? Yes.
One of the things we’ve been working on with Structure is accurately pairing depth images from our sensor with the high-resolution color camera on the iPad. Why... Read more
Our First Public Demo, Plus iPhone 5s and the Structure Sensor
Thanks to you guys, we’re 7 full days in and over 7X our campaign goal! Now we’re hard at work getting the Structure Sensor ready and into backers’ hands.
First... Read more
Wow - you guys ROCK!!!
We hit our funding goal of $100,000 in only 3.5 hours! This means a lot to us - we’re floored and humbled by your support.
We’re a small team, but... Read more