Catchoom combines the benefits of their On-Device Image Recognition and Augmented Reality SDKs to give developers greater flexibility and scope for their mobile applications even without mobile data coverage.
We've already shared what makes us excited about Augmented World Expo coming to the heart of Europe this October. Time to talk about what Catchoom will bring to Augmented Reality's biggest event this Fall.
Cutting straight to the juiciest part, we will unveil a new combination of our On-Device Image Recognition and Augmented Reality mobile SDKs. Read on for a teaser of how it can help you build a new range of apps easier than before. We have a lot more up our sleeves, including sharing how agencies can build a successful white label AR and Image Recognition service with our tools, revealing recent customer success stories, and a fun AR giveaway at our expo stand.
We’re just back from Santa Clara, CA, where we attended this year’s Augmented World Expo (AWE) from June 8-10, 2015. It was a fun, inspiring and insightful event, with 3000 attendees engaging over 3 days full of shoptalk, demos and lively discussions.
This year’s theme “Superpowers to the People” demonstrated how Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality, the Internet of Things, and wearable technologies are putting “superpowers” in the hands of everyday users.
SANTA CLARA, CALIFORNIA – June 9, 2015 – Catchoom, the high-performance image recognition technology provider that is behind more than 420 million image recognition interactions worldwide, announced the launch of its On-Device Image Recognition solution today at the Augmented World Expo.
On-Device Image Recognition powers apps that let users interact with brands, products and related content – even when offline.
BARCELONA, Spain (February 21, 2014) -- Catchoom, a cloud-based image recognition technology provider, today announced they will demonstrate high volume offline image recognition for Augmented Reality usages at Intel App Planet zone at Mobile World Congress, Hall 8.1 Stand 8.1E41 on Monday, February 24 and Tuesday, February 25 from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm.
Catchoom will show the power and speed of offline image recognition for Second Screen, Smart Maintenance, Wearables and Entertainment AR applications.