Nextech app is the scaled AR Spatial Mapping platform for the metaverse…Create your own Metaverse!
First set of Augmented Reality Developer Kit tools now available
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This app is the first step to launching brand partner and creator studio
AR wayfinding SDK is now available
Nextech AR teamed up with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) for the XR Hackathon, “Reality Hack” where ARitize Maps was used as the main Metaverse platform.
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Nextech AR Solutions Corp., a Metaverse Company and leading provider of augmented reality (“AR”) experience technologies and services is excited to announce the public launch of its Metaverse app, ARitize Maps. This app is an all-in-one Metaverse creation tool, and the first end-to-end Metaverse mapping solution for consumers and brands alike. New features of the app included with the launch are augmented reality mapping, localization, and easy drag and drop of AR content, including navigation and the ability to view 3D Models in a user’s created map. The full release follows the successful beta testing launch in February 2022.
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Create your own Metaverse!
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Nextech AR Solutions CEO Evan Gappelberg, and President and Chairman of the Board Paul Duffy will present today at the “NEXT SUPER STOCK Live!” event hosted by the Wall Street Reporter. They will discuss the Company’s planned Metaverse Experience Builder platform which combines the ARitize Maps mobile application with a web based Creator Portal.
Date: Wed, April 20, 2022
Time: 12:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Topic: ARitize Maps Mobile App, Metaverse Experience Builder Platform & ARitize Maps SDK
Attend here: https://youtu.be/W-9iU4u2ygc
Through this app, anyone can spatially map their location within minutes, and populate it with interactive 3D objects, AR navigation, audio, text, images and more. Nextech provides a number of created and pre-loaded 3D objects, and in upcoming releases creators will be able to upload their own OBJ/GLB files and create their own 3D objects to populate their Metaverse. Users can publish and share their Metaverse for others to experience while in the location.
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ARitize Maps app has an unlimited number of use cases for augmenting physical spaces in the Metaverse, including art galleries, universities, trade shows and events, retail stores, shopping centres, office buildings, transport, public spaces, sports stadiums, museums, restaurants, rental properties, homes and more.
Most recently, Nextech AR teamed up with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) for the XR Hackathon, “Reality Hack” where ARitize Maps was used as the main Metaverse platform. MIT event organizers used ARitize Maps for their participants, providing engaging event information, immersive event updates, and indoor augmented reality wayfinding, allowing participants to navigate their way around the event . In addition, hackers got access to the ARitize Maps platform, where they used our immersive technology to build their projects. A team that used ARitize Maps received the silver prize at the hackathon.
The applications are endless and applicable to all industries. This app opens Nextech’s 3D/AR technology solutions to new markets, both for personal and professional use, and provides a potential large additional revenue stream to the Company.
ARitize Maps is the first component of the Company’s planned Metaverse Experience Builder platform which combines the mobile application with a web based Creator Portal where experience designers can author various Metaverse experiences ranging from wayfinding to exclusive branded activations. The offering will also contain an SDK which will allow brands to publish created experiences on their mobile app.
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