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Beijing E-Town holds AR/VR global roadshow

Mar 28, 2017 (China Knowledge) – Beijing E-Town hosted its first global roadshow on Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) technology this March. The AR/VR-themed roadshow, co-hosted with VStartup, was attended by renowned global investors and industry veterans. Trainers of entrepreneurship in these areas were also present to provide on-site guidance.

        

Innovative technologies from AR/VR startups, including Kuqu ABC, Yougewu, T3 Education, and Samonkey, were exhibiting at the roadshow.

 

The Kuqu ABC demonstrated its VR English-education platform, explaining the development of the course from its planning to its eventual application. Yougewu, another leading VR tech company, displayed how it generates realistic 3D backgrounds from 3ds Max files which commonly used in interior design. T3 Education displayed its VR-industry training program, intricately designed by industry experts and experienced professors. Samonkey, in the VR video creation, content distribution, and industry solutions provider presented VR industry’s development and its potentials. Investors, exhibitors and participants there have had fruitful exchanges and in-depth discussions about the product R&D and ways to further advance the industry.

 

Since the establishment of such center's facilities on Aug 2015, it has exhibited nearly 80 such roadshows, over 400 projects set up, RMB 3 billion in investments, and 450 investment firms committed. Figures surveyed at this roadshow indicate that investors have shown interest in 36 projects, and are looking to invest around RMB 934 million towards these companies.

 

Just this year Beijing E-Town will hold about 100 such roadshows related or surrounding the construction of National Science Technology Center and to further attract entrepreneurs and innovators. It will continue to attract more startups and established companies in the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region. Both Beijing and Tianjin municipality together with Hebei Province are amalgamated to improve coordination and to attract investments, both from foreign and local.

 

Leveraging on expanded area, Beijing E-Town increases it human resource capital, larger market, accessibility; and making it most attractive and compelling for businesses in China.






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