Atheer, the company pioneering the new AiR™ (Augmented interactive Reality™) computing platform, has announced some major partnerships and acquisitions this week.

Yesterday, we received a press release announcing that Atheer has made an agreement to acquire ONtheGO Platforms. ONtheGO is the provider of Ari™, a gesture recognition software that turns any mobile device with a standard camera into a gesture interface. This purchase will give Atheer AiR™ smart glasses platform, which is primarily targeted for enterprise, the ability to have gesture control, in addition to voice control and motion capture.

Atheer also announced a partnership with TeamViewer, a global provider of remote control and online collaboration software. TeamViewer also launched TeamViewer 11, the first solution to provide easy and uncomplicated access to unattended Android devices, which will play a critical role in managing devices that don’t have conventional screens.


Atheer seems to be positioning it’s Android based AIR platform to give Google Glass a run for it’s money. With the purchase of ONtheGo, Atheer will be adding a number of patents to it’s portfolio which will help them to better position as leaders in the enterprise head worn wearable market.

Sean Earley is the podcast host and Executive Editor of AR/VR Magazine, Modern Musician Magazine & co-founder of RobotSpaceship Podcast Network. He is the Director of New Biz Development, PR and Publishing at KEMWEB, a musician, producer & consultant. He loves guitars, VR and coffee.