The 7 People to Follow in Augmented Reality Right Now

Want to stay on top of what’s going on in AR? Check out our list of people to follow right now to stay on top of the latest in AR.

The augmented reality (AR) market changes rapidly with major announcements, product releases and events coming out almost daily. 

Want to stay on top of what's going on in AR? Given the rapid-fire changes, Twitter continues to be a top source for updates on new developments in AR. Check out our list of 7 people to follow right now to stay on top of the latest in AR. These people covers all aspects of both the consumer and commercial AR market from venture funding to research, software development, hardware and marketing.

Ori Inbar

Inbar has been a major force in AR since 2006. He co-founded Super Ventures, the first early-stage fund dedicated solely to AR. He also co-founded the not-for-profit AugmentedReality.org and Augmented World Expo to advance AR technology and adoption for everyone. Follow him on Twitter for the all the latest events and announcements in AR.

Tom Emrich

Emrich co-founded Super Ventures and Augmented World Expo with Ori Inbar. He is a top 10 AR VR influencer on Twitter with over 17,000 followers. Follow him for the latest on events, investments and developments for AR and VR.

Sanem Avcil

Avcil is one of the top 10 AR and VR influencers with more than 154,000 followers on Twitter and 3,330 subscribers on YouTube.  She has founded several companies focused on AR. She shares a unique perspective on AR that is both informative and entertaining.

Helen Papagiannis

PhD and author Papagiannis has been focusing on AR for the past 12 years. She is keynote speaker and consultant who wrote the book Augmenting Reality which looks at "how technology is shaping our reality." Find her on Twitter to learn more about her latest research and advancements in the field.

Eric Mizfuka

As a product manager with Epson's Moverio Smartglasses, Mizfuka has a unique, long term perspective on wearables and AR. Follow him on Twitter to learn about advancements and use cases for Ocular AR.

Vanessa Radd

Radd is president of The VRARA:Singapore chapter as well as an angel investor and mentor for women in both AR and VR. She is a top AR influencer on Twitter and leads several AR alliances and companies such as XR Alliance and Holition.

Cathy Hackl

Hackl is a VR Evangelist at HTC Vive and a marketing futurist. She regularly shares her views on AR, VR and the future of marketing in XR with her 29,000+ Twitter followers. She has an especially good eye for how businesses can use AR to engage and delight their customers.