A Next Generation Imaging Technology company
Creating "never been done before" immersive experiences
The AXA is world’s most accurate and adaptive multi-camera system
Better Images Mean Better Data for Mission Critical Applications

About Us

Hawkeye Systems, Inc. is an American next generation imaging technology company. It was founded by former members of the US Military who joined forces with Hollywood film production veterans to develop professional and military grade imaging products and services to assist with intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance.

Radiant Images, soon to be a division of Hawkeye Systems, is a multi award winning technology provider to customers worldwide specializing in cinema, immersive, volumetric and light field image capture. ICG Magazine recently named Radiant Images “Light Years Ahead” for their advances in holographic video technology with light field and volumetric image capture.

Innovations that Impact

Hawkeye Systems founding team are experts in precision imaging systems, optics, and holographic technologies unmatched in the industry.

Our patent pending technologies takes traditional media beyond conventional video or computer screens, as a new communication and interaction medium that can be used across industries such as:

Products

AXA 360° Depth Based Solutions

Smart AI Enabled Camera Systems

3D, Depth, Volumetric & Light Field Imaging

News

"Light Years Ahead"

ICG Magazine, August 2018

Read the article in our News Coverage

Hawkeye Systems’ Radiant Images Installs Volumetric Light Field Capture System – AXA Stage For Sony Innovation Studios

Los Angeles, California – October 10, 2019 – Hawkeye Systems, Inc. (OTCQB: HWKE), a next-generation imaging technology company, announced today Radiant Images, an award-winning technology provider to customers worldwide, installed
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Michael Mansouri Discusses Volumetric & Light Field Imaging with Robert Scoble

Robert Scoble interviewed Hawkeye Systems Senior Technology Advisor, Michael Mansouri, about volumetric and light field imaging and how that can be used for spatial computing. Read more about the interview
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