XR specialist DeepFine is gearing up to unveil its XR authoring tool, the 'DSC (DEEP.FINE Spatial Crafter)' service, at 'CES 2024' scheduled for January 2024 in Las Vegas.
The DSC introduces a user-friendly solution, streamlining the creation of XR environments without the need for additional equipment typically associated with traditional products. DeepFine strategically addresses these challenges by implementing spatial computing seamlessly through smartphones.
A distinguishing feature of this solution is its utilization of the Visual Positioning System (VPS), a technology that recognizes space based on images. This innovation facilitates precise indoor location mapping, overcoming the limitations of traditional GPS systems.
DeepFine plans to captivate the CES audience by showcasing on-site success stories and implementation visuals through engaging video demonstrations at their booth. The company aims to connect with a diverse audience, including professionals in the hotel, resort, and shared accommodation industries.
Having previously demonstrated its technological prowess at renowned global exhibitions such as the Augmented World Expo (AWE) and 'Expand North Star,' DeepFine seeks to underscore and reaffirm its capabilities at CES 2024.
Hyunbae Kim, the CEO of DeepFine, expressed the company's overarching vision, stating, "In the emerging spatial computing environment, our goal is to seamlessly integrate advanced technology with human creativity, transforming challenges into opportunities."
Anticipation surrounds this exhibition as it is expected to serve as a platform for showcasing DeepFine's profound impact on the global XR market. The company's commitment to innovation and its ability to navigate the evolving landscape of spatial computing positions it as a key player in shaping the future of XR technology. As DeepFine continues to push boundaries, CES 2024 stands as a pivotal moment to witness the convergence of cutting-edge technology and human ingenuity in the realm of extended reality.