Back in January 2014 at CES2014 we wandered into one of the many hotels that make up the enormity of the CES spectacle and we spoke with a little known company named Avegant Glyph. Back then they were just trying to get funded via Kickstarter and had a very rough prototype they were showing off at their small CES booth. Now, nearly two years later, the company is seeking its first batch of Avegant Glyph beta testers and you could be one of them. Take a look at the video we took at CES 2014 and then see the Avegant Glyph in action in the second video after, after the break you can find out how to become a beta tester!
For more facts on Avegant Glyph visit their FAQ webpage, but who has time for that when you know you already want to beta test these guys! Right now Betabound is taking sign ups for beta testers and you could get in on the ground floor, just hit up the Betabound website here to sign up for your chance. Just be sure if you’re signing up that you have an iOS device with a Lightning connector. Avegant Glyph currently only supports iOS. Betabound is the same company that is handling the Apple Music for Android beta which we covered a few weeks ago. The company is very legit and hosts betas for many different companies and you just might find some other betas that interest you there. You will have to go through an extensive sign up process to become a member of Betabound but that makes perfect sense given the sensitivity of the materials they are allowing you to beta test.
The Avegant Glyph looks like a very cool product and it may very well be worth your time to sign up and try these things out. Let us know if you do get into the beta, if they allow you to talk about it, and maybe you guys can provide us with some first hand review experience with the Avegant Glyph.[button link=”http://www.betabound.com/avegant-glyph-private-beta/” icon=”fa-external-link” side=”left” target=”blank” color=”285b5e” textcolor=”ffffff”]Source: Betabound[/button]
Last Updated on November 27, 2018.