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- Created: Monday, 09 March 2015 13:39
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- Created: Friday, 06 February 2015 09:09
Massive-market oriented success cases: Mivtech’s Interactive Avatar and Personalized Digital Signage developments
Interactive Avatar and Personalized Digital Signage developments are good examples of the results obtained from the collaboration of several GraphicsMedia.net partners. They have worked with Mivtech developing state-of-the-art technology that allows digital signage platforms to give a step forward and to better fulfill potential customers’ expectations and wishes.
The Interactive Avatar development provides a new way of interacting with digital signage platforms. It makes use of latest natural interaction and 3D web technologies to obtain a 3D virtual avatar that is able to interact with potential customers via voice and gestures in a reactive way. The merge between this innovative interaction element and a carefully designed interface has demonstrated that Interactive Avatar platform clearly increases the customer engagement with the products shown by the system.
The Personalized Digital Signage development makes use of the state-of-the-art computer vision technologies that recognizes several customer features with the goal of showing personalized products to them. Therefore, the computer vision module is able to detect features such as gender, age, mood, user profile …, and it adapts the products and content to meet the customer’s expectations. To provide such a state-of-the-art success case, a team of senior researchers from GraphicsMedia.net have worked hardly to obtain a highly innovative computer vision module that is able to work in uncontrolled environments. Personalized Digital Signage is now at deployment stage, becoming in the shot-midterm a key product for Mivtech’s business strategy.
Vicomtech-partner of GMN has designed a 3D-sound-based GPS for blind people to move in a secure and autonomous way
- Created: Tuesday, 03 February 2015 10:59
It is a GPS that has been especially designed thinking on blind or impaired vision people, and which can also be used by people working under low vision conditions or even in emergency situations. This system uses 3D sounds and geolocation which allow users to move around and reach their destinations safely. This is made by using 3D sounds that periodically repeat throughout the way.
This innovative system was tested recently in San Sebastian by Zuriñe de Anzola, a blind person who covered a short distance in the Gipuzkoa Technology Park.
The system is a result of a European project, directed by Vicomtech-IK4, named ARGUS, and in which centres from Germany, Austria, UK and Spain participate. Some impaired vision user associations such as ONCE and Fundación Tecnológica Social FTS took also part in the project, together with 110 blind people from the different European countries which helped validate both the system’s design and development.Further information: http://bit.ly/1waLK3W
- Created: Tuesday, 03 February 2015 10:16