Research & Development

Standing still is the fastest way of moving backwards in a rapidly changing world.

Lauren Bacall

Augmented Reality is a fast-paced technology, therefore we keep close ties with our partners at ETH Zurich & Imperial College London to contribute and remain on top of the newest developments in the field.


The coffee case was developed to show the capabilities of the framework. Such as displaying videos, animations and step-by-step guidance.

Hack Zurich

Rimon collaborated with a group of PhDs and master students of ETH Zurich during the HackZurich. The goal was to showcase the capabilities when combining four different state-of-the-art technologies in a playful way, namely Mixed Reality, Generative Design, Laser Cutting and IoT. This showed huge potential for industry cases, while also resulting in new ways of developing complex structures.

Human Behavior Analysis

During the master thesis of our Co-Founder Kordian at ETH Zurich, he investigated human behavior analysis using the Microsoft HoloLens 2. Based on the collected hand and eye data he was able to accurately predict the users intention thanks to the phenomenon called hand-eye coordination. Have fun watching the video. If you have any questions about the study or any technical questions on the features included in the video (hand & eye tracking, QR code & marker tracking, spatial anchors & digital twins) -> hit us up!

Augmented Reality Process Optimization of Manual Assembly

During the master thesis of our Co-Founder David at ETH Zurich together with dormakaba, he investigated how to support people during manual assembly using the Microsoft HoloLens 2. He supported untrained students to commission a gate, where mechanical, electric and software components had to be handled. After each try the gate was running perfectly, thanks to proper step-by-step instructions. If you wish to learn more of the study or any technical questions -> hit us up!