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Oblong Industries raises $65 million for ‘Minority Report’ style gesture technologies

Oblong Industries has raised $65 million in funding to build its technologies that that will make collaborative work much easier. Oblong is combining spatial, immersive, and gesture technologies, brought to you by John Underkoffler, who was the science advisor for the Tom Cruise film Minority Report. The Los Angeles company raised the money from Greenspring Associates, […]
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