Kubota Vision started a clinical trial in 2020 (USA) with a tabletop optical projection device to validate its technology. Results are promising and the company now present a model with a glasses form factor. It’s not exactly augmented reality but a projection on the user retina, which can be completed later with AR elements. The Kubota Glasses work by projecting an image from the lens of the device onto the wearer’s retina so as to correct…"Japanese Firm Develops Myopia-Treating Smart Glasses"
Nanome became the first VR software company to launch an immersive real-time collaboration platform for scientific discovery in 2015. The software environment accelerates scientific decision making by allowing users to visualize, modify, and simulate biological and chemical compounds, facilitating effective communication of data and integrating with existing computational chemistry workflows. Nanome continues to grow by a partnership with Fujitsu to bring his VR tool in Japan. Source: VR startup in US brings immersive drug design software…"VR startup in US brings immersive drug design software to Japan"