Mostafa Akbari

Mostafa Akbari is CEO and Founder of bitstars, a high-tech company that's developing the Holobuilder.com VR and AR…

About Me

Mostafa Akbari is CEO and Founder of bitstars, a high-tech company that's developing the Holobuilder.com VR and AR platform.

Mostafa is very persistent and results-driven, develops loyal, trusting relationships, and dislikes ambiguity. He is logical, careful, and considerate when making decisions. Mostafa has a diploma in CS with minor in psychology. He finished his studies with honor at the RWTH Aachen. He worked as a researcher and gained start-up experience as CTO at the Interpad Project.Besides, he consulted some start-ups and corporations from 2008 until now in topics of mobile, software product development. In 2006, he ran his first AR project at RWTH Aachen. He has been working on AR with Simon Heinen till 2009. In 2012, they started bitstars. In 2014, he closed the seed round for bitstars and is since spring 2015 in Silicon Valley to setup bitstars global business.

Besides, he consulted some start-ups and corporations from 2008 until now in topics of mobile, software product development. In 2006, he ran his first AR project at RWTH Aachen. He has been working on AR with Simon Heinen till 2009. In 2012, they started bitstars. In 2014, he closed the seed round for bitstars and is since spring 2015 in Silicon Valley to setup bitstars global business.

HoloBuilder.com is a platform for creating, publishing, sharing and consuming immersive content on mobile devices and wearables. HoloBuilder.com is bitstars' core product, built under his lead. Mostafa is a welcome speaker and gust on discussion panels for topics around disruptive technologies and digitization or high-tech entrepreneurship in Germany.

Specialties: augmented reality, quantified self, ambient technologies, wearable computing, location based services, location based games, mobile Learning, Android, Gender & Diversity

Meta Vision – (Just?) a new Augmented Reality headset revealed
Posted by

Meta Vision – (Just?) a new Augmented Reality headset revealed

Meron Gribetz, CEO at Redwood City-based company Meta, recently revealed their next generation product at TED 2016 in Vancouver: The Meta Vision Augmented Reality Headset. And „we’re all gonna be throwing away our external monitors,” Gribetz said. Sorry, but eh, what? To explain this statement, let’s start from the beginning: In the run-up to TED […]

Newcomer from Japan: mirama Smart Glasses with Gesture Control
Posted by

Newcomer from Japan: mirama Smart Glasses with Gesture Control

Not at last when it comes to the productive use of Augmented Reality (AR) smart glasses in business environments, interaction is a critical component. Thus, a common approach is gesture recognition. Until today, no standard solution has been established and because of that, the game is still running and open for everyone, not only for the […]

Next generation of Google Glass might come with monocle-like design
Posted by

Next generation of Google Glass might come with monocle-like design

Recently, Google was granted a patent (No. 9,195,067 B1) by the US Patent and Trademark Office for a “Wearable Device with Input and Output Structures.” This description very likely refers to what is often publicly called “Google Glass 2.0″. The company itself is calling it “Project Aura” internally (not to be confused with their modular phone […]

Join our community!
icon icon icon icon icon