Surekha Ragavan
Apr 22, 2019

How it really works... visual recognition technology

AIQ CEO: "We feel that vision tech is going to come to a point that it will replace our day-to-day behaviours."

Visual recognition technology VRT is an advancement of computer vision technology CVT where one can point their phone over a real-life image or object, and relevant content can be pulled up. 

This enables attendees to consume or engage with content simply by pointing their phones at a physical image. The tech can be built into an existing event app or work as a standalone function. According to Marcus Tan, CEO of tech company...

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