for Better Vision
Our mission: To give perception to every device with a camera
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TDaaS (Training Data as a Service), using 3D content to create photo-realistic synthetic data to train Vision AI models. The approach allows users to generate limitless amounts of training data on-demand; customizing the camera type, lighting conditions, occlusions, and materials in a training set purpose generated for each application. TDaaS has been specifically proven in making better AI vision systems for robotic object recognition and navigation.
training AI in the past
Slow & Painful
training AI with LexSet
Fast & Ideal
in the loop
no privacy issues
At LexSet we've created a better way, generating data synthetically from 3D environments to produce limitless quantities of
ideal image data sets, with perfect annotations,
free from bias. Yielding faster, more accurate AI
for less money.
The dirty secret in AI, is that those AIs require vast quantities of data annotated by humans; and AI is only as smart as the data it’s trained on.
In the near future, every device with a camera will be running some form computer vision;
be it a drone, robot, phone, or mixed reality app.
& Service Robots
Retail Inventory & Restocking
Supply Chain & Inspection Drones
Warehouse & Factory Logistics
For service robotics like robot vacuum cleaners, mops, and lawnmowers; which need to improve obstacle avoidance, spatial navigation, and object recognition- LexSet can generate synthetic data of residential and office environments, populated with furniture, power cables, and random debris.
For retail environments where robots are used for counting inventory, maintaining planogram compliance, and creating restocking alerts- LexSet can generate synthetic data of CPG and package goods to improve individual object recognition; even for items which are extremely similar.
For industrial, manufacturing, and warehouse environments where drones are used to keep counts of inventory / inspect parts for defects- LexSet can generate synthetic data of those parts to improve accuracy and recognition speed.
For warehouse fulfillment and logistics where robots need to execute pick and place maneuvers to grasp and package products and parts, as well as to navigate obstacles in the environment- LexSet can generate synthetic data of package goods & parts as well as the warehouse environments themselves.
For augmented reality apps on mobile devices and mixed reality headsets, LexSet's synthetic data improves object recognition and the overall interactivity the applications can have with the environments around them, making them more rich and spatially aware.
Winner People's Choice Award,
O'Reilly Media Emerging AI Pioneers Showcase 2019
"Building high-performance AI models requires high-quality data, which can be hard to come by. LexSet’s synthetic data technology solves this challenge by creating custom computer vision training datasets using 3D models simulated in a variety of conditions. LexSet is working with customers to enable autonomous machines, starting with indoor environments."
- Roger Chen, O'Reilly Media
Top 10 Finalist,
Verizon's Built on 5G Challenge
“The finalists’ 5G ideas really push the boundaries of what’s possible across industries, using Verizon’s 5G Ultra Wideband network to transform the way we live, work and play,” said Nicki Palmer, Verizon’s chief product development officer. “By giving innovators early access to 5G to explore use cases that will benefit from 5G's high speeds, ultra-low latency and massive bandwidth, we’re hoping to spur innovation and bring the next ‘killer app’ built on Verizon 5G to life.”
The RLab is NYC's premier accelerator for mixed reality & spatial computing. LexSet is part of the inaugural 2019 class.
Super Ventures is an early stage fund dedicated to augmented and mixed reality, they are also affiliated with The RLab & Augmented World Expo.
Augmented World Expo 2019, Auggie Award - "Startup to Watch" (winner startup competition)
GS1 Connect 2019, Winner Startup Competition
Winner Startup Competition
XRC Labs is NYC's premier accelerator for retail technology. LexSet was a part of the fall 2018 cohort.
Renfroe is one of the largest insurance adjusting firms in the US, who see's LexSet as a part of the future of property insurance.
Intellectual Ventures is a Seattle based research lab focused on the business of invention, which incubated LexSet to commercialize one of it's IP portfolios.
"Tomorrow's Tech Today: Takeaways from Augmented World Expo"
Charlie Fink, Forbes
"10 Fastest Growing Companies in Retail '19"
The Silicon Review
"LexSet: Spatial Understanding Powered by Synthetic Data"
Alexander Culafi, Venture Fizz
"AI company LexSet debuts visual search software"
Anne Flynn Ware,
"Where Artificial Intelligence Meets Interior Design"
"Home decorating gets a new AR toolkit thanks to Intellectual Ventures' new incubator"
Jonathan Shieber, TechCrunch