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|| Chinese firm invested $15 million in European augmented reality firm Lumus

il shandaA group of Chinese investors including Shanda Group have invested $15 million in European firm Lumus, a maker of transparent near-to-eye displays for augmented reality and mixed reality.

Founded in 2000, Lumus is an Israeli based augmented reality firm which has developed technology for see-through wearable displays to market producers of smart glasses and augmented reality eye-wear.

To see a list of investors from China similar to Shanda Group, check the Chinese Investors Directory.

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