An AR manual application ‘Genesis Virtual Guide’ that is co-developed by Maxst and Hyundai Motors has been launched in Korea on 26th of November. Here is the news article regarding the launch: https://www.zdnet.co.kr/news/news_view.asp?artice_id=20171126095912 Korean version of Genesis Virtual Guide is now available at Google Play and App Store. Thank you.
On 2nd and 3rd of this November, ICT Industry Prospect Conference 2018 was held at Korea Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KCCI) with a subject of “The Age of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, a New Journey of ICT”. As a part of event, Jaewan Park, the CEO of Maxst gave a presentation on “Augmented Reality Technology and Industry Trend”. Also, we had a great opportunity to discuss several topics such as startup investment, technology development and oversea expansion with important figures in the various fields that lead a 4th industrialSEE DETAILS
27th of October. We went on an annual picnic to Namhansanseong Provincial Park. We believe that this outing has perfectly re-freshened us and now we are ready for our next big movement.
Last week, Maxst participated at Korea VR Festival 2017 (KVRF 2017), which was held at the Sangam Digital Media Complex business district in western Seoul from September 16 to September 20. The event, co-hosted by the Ministry of Science and the National IT Industry Promotion Agency (NIPA), brought together nearly 200 AR/VR manufacturers and suppliers from both home and abroad. And of course, KVRF 2017 was a great chance to experience the latest AR/VR technologies and to take a glimpse at how virtual & augmented reality can impact on ordinarySEE DETAILS
Announcing that our patent on AR content based on 3D point cloud recognition is granted by U.S. government. The formal title of patent is ‘Method for displaying augmented reality content based on 3D point cloud recognition, and apparatus and system for executing the method’ and is registered as of date of 22nd of Aug 2017.