To support startups and established companies in the new world of immersive technologies, Antilogy selected Lumiscaphe technology to permanently exhibit at Paris’s Le Pavilion.
Lumiscaphe presented at Mondial.Tech the premier showcase of leading-edge technologies for the auto industry held in parallel to the Paris Motor Show 2018.
Lumiscaphe is proud to have been part of the 67th annual IAA Commercial Vehicles exhibition, the world's leading exhibition for commercial vehicles, transportation and logistics.
We continued our expansion into the aerospace industry by Exhibiting at the 2018 annual Aircraft Interiors Expo in Boston, USA.
For three days, visitors and stakeholders from France’s Nouvelle-Aquitaine region debated future thinking and the direction of tomorrow's world, while also exhibiting regional innovation.
David Graham: “Understanding the actual cost of data acquisition… is the critical factor to successful projects”
Virtual reality is one of the key technologies in industry at the moment. The innovations that allow it to be implemented are all the rage; the video games that use it captivate the public. For early adopters, the act of pushing the limits of technology was itself a goal. But now that virtual reality is within almost everyone’s reach, what does it offer to industry players?
To answer this question, we sat down with David Graham, Managing Director of Lumiscaphe Co., Ltd., Lumiscaphe’s Japanese subsidiary, to talk about the issues surrounding virtual reality for industrial companies.
Publishing virtual reality software requires a broad range of technical skills and a marked interest in cutting-edge technologies. Creating a successful experience in virtual reality is, above all, the result of hard work in innovation carried out by a team with particular skills in the field.
Most people imagine virtual reality as something out of a science fiction movie. However, virtual reality has many concrete usages in the real world. Over the last several years, industrial applications have adopted this technology to cut production time and to reduce costs. We’ve selected a few of the uses for virtual reality that our clients have used to revolutionize parts of the industrial process.
At the end of March, Lumiscaphe’s team visited clients and prospects on the American West Coast. It was a great pleasure to see our contacts again and to meet new faces with whom we look forward to building close technical and business relationships.
The 2018 edition of Aircraft Interiors Expo in Hamburg was a success for Lumiscaphe. We were present as part of the France Pavilion, where our team presented demonstrations of Lumiscaphe’s solutions that address equipment and cabin design challenges faced by companies in the aircraft interiors sector.
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