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Founded in 2016, View Labs was created to change how the built world was viewed in digital form. Over the past five years, our multifaceted web-based video technologies have evolved to meet the demands of the industries we serve. 


From 360° video filmed by our autonomous robots to data analytics to augmented virtual reality, we provide end-to-end solutions that blur the lines between online interactions and real life experiences. We like to think of ourselves as virtual architects, propelling businesses forward through the curation of a modernized digital presence.

Our Mission

We believe the blend of video content, mixed-reality and commerce will be the future of the digital world. The way businesses and brands will capture their audiences and interact with them will be dependent on the breadth of these experiences. We aspire to lead the way in the digital transformation of e-commerce, shopping, entertainment and socializing. 

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Our autonomous robot employees are built and designed in-house and programmed to film both indoor and outdoor spaces. They glide effortlessly capturing seamless, interference-free footage that is then transformed into the digital visualization of your choosing. They are an integral part of our team, capable of covering up to +25,000 sq. ft./hour, providing the fastest and most cost-effective method of filming professional, moving 360° content.

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Bryan Colin
Bryan’s professional background is in investments, gaming, hardware, and real estate. He graduated from Skidmore College with a degree in Business Management in 2006.
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Filippo Alimonda
Filippo studied Electrical Engineering at the University of California San Diego earning a B.S. with a focus on machine learning, robotics, and control. He has an interest and expertise in developing electrical, mechanical and software solutions for a wide range of industries.
Years in Business
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