U Posted by Laura Moller
\ January 17, 2014

This week, we highlight SeeSpace InAiR — a company dedicated to revolutionizing the way people watch TV. Over 1,400 initial backers are thrilled to be the first to use the technology to streamline their internet and TV viewing.

SeeSpace InAiR is the world’s first augmented television experience — seamlessly combining the free flow of internet content with television programming and creating the first streamlined platform for viewers. InAiR works with any TV set through HDMI connection and provides a custom viewing experience through 2D or 3D.

The SeeSpace InAiR technology is sophisticated enough to recognize programs that a viewer is watching, and provide custom relevant content automatically to supplement each program. The ingenious device has been featured on outlets like TechCrunch, Mashable, and CNET and brought in nearly $180,000 in pre-orders in 60 days.

SeeSpace was co-founded by a diverse, Hollywood-meets-Silicon-Valley dream team including an Emmy-award winning graphic design expert and serial entrepreneur as well as the former corporate venture executive for Microsoft Xbox and Sharp TV. The SeeSpace team is currently working to develop new features for their software platform and expand their engineering team.

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