SEOUL, South Korea--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--Maxst (www.maxst.com), an augmented reality solution group, announced today it will unveil its two new AR products at CES 2017, on Jan. 5 in Las Vegas, US.
“We decided to exhibit our new products at CES 2017 in order to show the world the superior AR technology of Maxst while seeking for a chance to find a new business partner. Even after attending CES, we will keep developing AR products that will make our life more convenient.”
On display at CES, the first product Maxst will demonstrate is VIVAR, the AR based video call platform.
VIVAR is the ultimate technology combination between AR and video calls, which enables the most efficient and easiest remote collaboration service in various fields. Through VIVAR, users are not only able to make a video call but also share 3D contents, video clips or images during the call. Furthermore, AR drawing function makes communication a lot easier and effective as users can view AR drawings simultaneously. As a user draw on the screen, the other side of user is informed as if the drawing is in reality. More importantly, these functions mentioned above are all done in real time.
The second product Maxst will demonstrate is AR smart glasses called Revelio. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZfWw6tczt4)
Revelio is stereoscopic smart glasses and it is a standalone device which does not require any other accessories like a controller. It is simple to use and designed to be light weight (less than 190g), while providing excellent features such as Octa core CPU, 2G memory, 40 degree of FOV and 720p display.
Jaewan Park, the CEO of Maxst said, “We decided to exhibit our new products at CES 2017 in order to show the world the superior AR technology of Maxst while seeking for a chance to find a new business partner. Even after attending CES, we will keep developing AR products that will make our life more convenient.”
Maxst is the only Korean exhibitor among AR companies to showcase at the booths of CES 2017 (Booth: LVCC, South Hall 2 – 26637). Its new step towards global AR market seems to be brighter and more cheerful.