For over 150 years, IWC watchmakers have used traditional loupes until the manufacturer developed the Cyberloupe® - the world’s first digitalized watchmaker’s magnifying glass. It features a high-res camera and network connection, allowing live-streaming or recording of the watchmaker’s image. It’s used for remote instructions and training, and Augmented Reality (AR) technology displays relevant information while assembling a movement or servicing a timepiece. Continuous upgrades makes its applications in designing, manufacturing, and servicing mechanical watches virtually limitless. IWC’s Cyberloupe® is an innovative tool that revolutionizes the art of watchmaking.