Jun  4
12:00 AM
Oct 31
12:00 AM
 Berlin, Online

Mixed Reality Program with Nreal

hubraum together with Nreal are inviting developers to create best in class mixed reality entertainment and productivity applications for industry-leading Nreal light hardware, enabled by Deutsche Telekom’s technologies, including 5G and Edge computing.

Who can participate?

  • Experienced XR developers, who would like to take advantage of Nreal Light’s potential
  • Solution providers interested in porting their applications to Nreal Light 

Why participate? 

  • Unique platform for the development of market-ready applications followed by commercialization opportunities in German and EU markets 
  • Dedicated engineering support from Nreal and DT 
  • Software and hardware engineer mentoring remotely via a dedicated platform
  • Small-group interactive onboarding sessions 
  • Support from Deutsche Telekom and Nreal experts 
  • Early access to roadmap information 
  • 2 Nreal Light DevKits per team 
  • Potential investment by hubraum


hubraum - is Deutsche Telekom’s tech incubator. By bringing together early-stage startups and the leading European telecommunications company, hubraum fuels innovation transfer in 5G, AI & IOT technology to create new business opportunities for both sides. hubraum has connected startups and stakeholders via its digital ecosystem in Berlin, Krakow, and Tel Aviv since 2012. hubraum offers mentorship, investment, unique access to Deutsche Telekom’s networks, clients and technology, and free co-working space in our Berlin and Krakow locations. 

Nreal - Founded in January 2017, by Chi Xu and Bing Xiao, Nreal is a developer of ready-to-wear mixed reality glasses. Its flagship product, Nreal light, is the first lightweight and comfortable mixed reality glasses, sporting an industry-leading vivid display combined with SLAM-based environmental understanding AI algorithms for an immersive experience.

Deutsche Telekom - German telecommunications company headquartered in Bonn and the largest telecommunications provider in Europe, with some 184 million mobile customers, 27,5 million fixed-network lines, and 21 million broadband lines. Deutsche Telekom was formed in 1995, the company operates several subsidiaries worldwide, including the mobile communications brand T-Mobile.