The leading notebook and data center equipment manufacturer, Quanta Computer, has joined the LaSAR Alliance (Laser Scanning for Augmented Reality) as a founding member. The alliance is a sister program of the IEEE Industry Standards and Technology Organization (ISTO), an international federation promoting industry standards and technologies in the electro-technical sector.
The LaSAR Alliance was set up to foster an ecosystem to develop efficient design and manufacturing practices for augmented reality wearable devices, such as smart glasses and head-mounted displays. The alliance aims to enable the free flow of information that allows its members to develop Laser Beam Scanning or LBS-based solutions that will further promote the growth of the AR wearables market.
“LaSAR welcomes Quanta Computer to the Alliance and looks forward to their contributions to building the solid foundation on which we can all drive the growth of augmented reality wearable devices through laser beam scanning solutions,” said Dr. Bharath Rajagopalan, Chair of the LaSAR Alliance and Director for Strategic Marketing at STMicroelectronics.
“Quanta Computer is delighted to join the LaSAR Alliance and looks forward to contributing towards advancing LBS technologies for augmented reality products,” said Mr. C.C. Leung, Vice Chairman and President of Quanta Computer.
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