Geenee is a Computer Vision-based AR startup that builds spatial computing solutions that augment human abilities.
FREMONT, CA: Geenee, a disruptive and innovative web-based augmented reality firm, has proudly announced its exclusive selection from a group of over 100 startups to participate in Silicon Valley's Plug and Play's 10-week accelerator program for startups. Geenee will join only 14 finalists in the Media & Advertising vertical of the entire virtual program Fall 2020.
"These startups are not only innovative but also some of the strongest in their industries," said Founder and CEO of Plug and Play Saeed Amidi, "These companies will add great value to our vast network of industry leaders, and we look forward to playing a part in their success."
Geenee is a Computer Vision-based AR startup that builds spatial computing solutions that augment human abilities. Geenee enables businesses to leverage the spatial web and eliminate the division between the digital and physical world – without an app download.
"Geenee is honored to contribute to the Plug and Play accelerator. In a compressed time frame, Geenee has collaborated with portfolio startups to earn new business, benefit from Silicon Valley's most experienced mentors, and connect with decision-makers at major corporate partners including MARS, Dentsu, and AMC Networks."
Established in 2014, Geenee powers WebAR products for world-class Fortune 500 brands. These include thrilling WebAR experiences for Warner Bros. to launch the film It Chapter 2, bringing Scholastic's book covers to life in 3D with The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes, and transporting fans in a mobile, 360-degree flight to a new world for Disney Studios' release of Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker. Geenee's WebAR products have achieved average session times of over two minutes, and e-commerce conversions as high as 5 percent. Geenee is a pioneer providing interactive, in-home experiences, remote product visualization, and delivering engaging 3D interactions that captivate and convert audiences.