3D isn't a new thing, but the way we do it is: World's First 3D•AI Tablet
|Founder||David Fattal & Pierre-Emmanuel Evreux|
|Headquarters||Menlo Park, CA|
Winner of four CES 2023 Innovation Awards, Leia Inc.’s 3D•AI technology eliminates the need for bulky eyewear to create unparalleled immersive experiences across all screens – for calling, streaming and gaming – in a scalable way that will ultimately transform “augmented” or “virtual” reality into simply, reality.
Leia’s groundbreaking Lume Pad 2 Android tablet – equipped with 3D•AI and stereoscopic 3D cameras on the front and back of the device – is the only portable device that lets users video chat, watch movies, play games, and take pictures and video…all in 3D. With a display that can effortlessly transition between 2D and 3D, users can also convert all their favorite content into 3D in real-time.
Leia also offers a software platform that enables users, developers and creators to build realistic 3D content and seamlessly convert existing content into a stunning 3D-enhanced experience (and then back to 2D if desired).
Our beginnings were humble, to say the least – as Leia co-founder David Fattal was working at HP Labs when he was sent out to the parking lot for a fire drill. While outside, holding everything he’d been working on in the lab just minutes prior – David started experimenting with the laser beam effects of the sunlight...a discovery that would eventually become his breakthrough holographic lightfield technology.
But what started out as happenstance – a technological innovation that understandably wows everyone who experiences it firsthand – has turned into a greater mission for Leia. A mission to unlock human emotions; a mission to stop seeing and start feeling.
We know that 3D isn’t anything new – but the way we’re doing it is. Using AI to bring people together, broaden horizons, and inspire more creativity – all with the power of the human eye, right in the palm of your hand.
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Cecilia Qvist is the CEO of Leia Inc., a nanotechnology company that provides a screen-based 3D experience without the need for AR/VR eyewear. She has extensive leadership experience in fast-paced, technology-driven companies undergoing transformational growth, including Spotify, Lego Ventures, and NASDAQ.
Before joining Leia, Qvist was President of Lego Ventures, where she led strategic investments focused on digital play and education.
Prior to LEGO, Qvist was Global Head of Markets at Spotify and a member of the executive team, with responsibility for the company’s global growth strategy. Her impact on Spotify’s international expansion, product localization, and user growth led to her being named an “International Power Player” by Billboard Magazine in 2019. In 2018, the leading Swedish business magazine Veckans Affärer recognized her as the “Most Powerful Director in Swedish Business” and again in 2019 as the “Most Powerful International Businesswoman.” She has also held senior executive positions at Ericsson, Swedbank, and NASDAQ OMX.
Qvist currently serves as a board member for Kinnevik, Europe’s leading listed growth investor; Polarium, a lithium-ion based sustainable energy storage provider; and Trustly, a digital account-to-account payments provider.
A native of Sweden, she earned her Master of Business Administration from The University of Edinburgh.
David Fattal is co-founder and CTO at Leia Inc., the leading provider of Lightfield hardware and content services for mobile devices and automotive.
He previously spent 9 years at HP Labs working on various aspects of quantum computing and photonics, and specializing in the manipulation of light at the nanoscale. He holds a PhD in Physics from Stanford University and a BS in theoretical physics from Ecole Polytechnique, France.
Fattal holds over 100 granted patents and was featured on the 2013 list of 35 Innovator under 35 by the MIT technology Review. He co-authored the text-book “Single Photon Devices and Applications” and was awarded the French National Order of Merit in 2014 for developing the “Diffractive Lightfield Backlighting” concept.
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