Imagine reading an encyclopedia to learn about solar system and suddenly a virtual 3D Solar System pop up on top of your book – or animated characters from your storybook comes to live and appear right before your eyes!
All that is required is a webcam connected to a PC, and Mixed Reality enhanced content. Once the software is loaded on the consumer’s PC, he will be able to experience Mixed Reality on his home PC simply by reading an interactive 3D book in front of his webcam.
wIzCards 2.0 Description: This video features the all new wIzCards 2.0, complete with many new 3D models and sound effects. The video shows the power of wIzCards and Mixed Reality in visualizing 3D objects, and demonstrates the amazing interactivity that MXR’s technology provides. User base: who want to make their road shows and product releases unique, innovative and eye-catching. Key Selling Points: wIzCards is a powerful presentation tool and is also quick and easy to prototype. Technology: Accurate vision-based barcode tracking. Other Possible Usage Areas: Interactive questionnaires and quizzes/tests; 3D interactive jigsaw puzzles suitable for kids.
• Interactive Kiosks Where passive guests become active performers
Easily accessible, a kiosk will entertain and educate small groups at the same time. See Video here
China Science Centre 2009 - Material Project Description: A science experiment to investigate material properties, conducted in a Mixed Reality environment. User base: Visitors to the China Science Centre. Key Selling Points: The project offers a unique Mixed Reality learning environment where users can learn in a tangible and interactive manner, without the hazards of a normal laboratory environment. Technology: Patented multisided vision-based tracking. Other Possible Usage Areas:
Families and friends can make learning fun with our interactive kiosk. It allows them to explore vibrant 3D models in real time as a small group. Guests can flip through a Mixed Reality pop up book or put together a unique 3D puzzle just by flashing a visitor ticket or brochure at the kiosk.
China Science Centre 2009 - Virus Project Description: A science experiment to learn about viruses, conducted in a Mixed Reality environment. User base: Visitors to the China Science Centre. Key Selling Points: Users can learn about deadly viruses in a tangible and interactive manner without the risks that real viral research entails. Technology: Patented multisided vision-based tracking. Other Possible Usage Areas:
MXR Corporation Pte Ltd specializes in "Interactive Tangible Mixed Reality" technology. Ask about licensing our patents, technologies and applications. MXR Corporation is protected under comprehensive patents in the United States and other countries. U.S patents include 7,295,220 and 7,474,318, and other pending patents in various countries. Singapore patents include: P.NO. 127607.