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Tekcapital welcomes portfolio company Lucyd's latest innovation

Vyrb is "an app that can truly improve the way we access and share information", said Harrison Gross, the CEO and co-founder of Lucyd

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Tekcapital PLC’s (LON:TEK) portfolio company Lucyd, a developer of “smartglasses”, has filed a new patent and a trademark on its forthcoming Vyrb app.

The Vyrb app will enable users to activate “a world of smartphone actions” with their voice in just moments, including social media posting. By using the app along with Lucyd Bluetooth glasses, the user can spend less time looking at their phone and keep more of their focus on the real world.

Lucyd is looking to release the app in December 2020.

Dr Clifford Gross, the executive chairman of intellectual property backer Tekcapital, welcomed Lucyd’s continued innovation.

“We believe their new app will increase the utility of Lucyd Bluetooth glasses and wireless ‘hearables’ like Airpods. It may also improve the safety of pedestrians and cyclists by enabling them to use their voice to create and respond to Twitter and Facebook posts while keeping their eyes on the road," Gross said in a statement.

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