Shanghai, China, June 07, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- While the vast majority of Augmented Reality (AR) systems are limited to the use of images, photos and physical objects as activation “Triggers,” a Hong Kong Innovation Consulting firm has filed Patents on a new AR technology platform that uses “Patterns, Pulses and Colors of Light” to activate, trigger and control AR applications.
CyberKnight International Ltd, founded in Austin, Texas in 1994, and operating from Hong Kong since 2011, recently filed U.S. Utility Patents on an Augmented Reality platform that has numerous applications in computer gaming, advertising, marketing, education, customer assistance and several unique personal uses. The AR system, known as AR Vision Tech TM (ARVT), is based upon variable “Patterns, Pulses and Colors of Light.” AR Vision Tech TM utilizes a two-part system with a light emission unit known as ALEC TM and a freely distributed light interpretation software known as ALIS TM, both of which utilize a proprietary “handshake” in all commercial applications allowing for secure two-way communications and data transmissions
CyberKnight Int’l CEO, R.J. Gold, a new product development consultant for 35 years, and Inventor of the AR Vision Tech TM system said, “a single ALEC TM unit can store 1 to 100’s of unique light patterns with each being an individual trigger for educational, gaming, business or personal content. ALEC TM units can instantly reconfigure their visual light trigger information to change AR images and animations on demand, and an ARVT game board, with changing light patterns moving across its surface, can control the actions and movements of multiple AR avatars … AR Vision Tech TM can be a literal ‘game changer’ for the AR industry.” CyberKnight’s AR Vision Tech TM, which works with Smart Phones, Tablet Computers and AR Headsets, can provide a wide spectrum of profitable business applications and is, in Gold’s opinion, “a new resource for any company in any marketplace to significantly expand their global footprint into businesses and industries that presently use limited, or No, Augmented Reality technology.”
AR Vision Tech (www.arvisiontech.com) is currently an operational R&D division of CyberKnight, but will soon spin-off as its own company and will be a “seed stage venture” seeking investment and strategic partners to help “Light Up The Global AR Market”. Interested parties can contact CyberKnight Int’l by email at firstname.lastname@example.org; by China telephone service at +86 186-8869-1863; and by a special U.S./NYC telephone number: 646-893-0027 which rings through to the China number above (at no cost to the caller other than a local U.S. call.)