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SenseMARS Reconstruction enables users to efficiently reconstruct high-precision 3D models of the physical world using consumer devices such as mobile phones, sports cameras and drones. It also enables spatial mapping and localization with accuracy to the centimeter-level, allowing visual content to be superimposed into the physical world through AR glasses, mobile phones and smart TVs.
SenseMARS Reconstruction covers a wide span of scenarios, and is capable of reconstruction of objects and spaces, ranging from small objects to shopping malls, transportation hubs and cities.
An upgrade from traditional sandboxes which rely on physical models and simple presentation techniques with light and sound. Using MR virtual content overlaying, the dimensional and perspective depths of the sandboxes are much richer and the effects are greatly enhanced.
Incorporate MR multi-user cloud technology to enable multi-user and multi-perspective collaborative presentation actions.
Capture images of physical sandboxes using cameras, which can be displayed on a large screen after being combined with virtual content to provide a more visualized presentation effect.
City planning exhibition halls
Industrial parks/company exhibition areas
Real estate showrooms
Suvarnabhumi Airport, Thailand
Suvarnabhumi Airport is one of the six airports under the AOT. It covers an area of 32 km2 and ranks first in passenger capacity and aircraft movements in Thailand. It is one of the most important aviation hubs in Southeast Asia, as well as in the Asia- Pacific region. In 2019, SenseTime and SKY ICT cooperated to make digital improvements to the airport's massive physical space of 500,000 m2 by applying AI and mixed reality (MR) technology to optimize the service experience of passengers at the airport.
Japanese Baseball Stadium
In Japan, baseball is one of the most popular sports. According to data released by the professional baseball authority in Japan, the number of spectators watching NPB (Nippon Professional Baseball Organization) games at home stadiums was at one point over 26.53 million, an average of 30,928 spectators in each game.
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