End Point Liquid Galaxy will be coming to San Antonio to participate in GEOINT 2017 Symposium. We are excited to demonstrate our geospatial capabilities on an immersive and panoramic 7 screen Liquid Galaxy system. We will be exhibiting at booth #1012 from June 4-7.
On the Liquid Galaxy, complex data sets can be explored and analyzed in a 3D immersive fly-through environment. Presentations can highlight specific data layers combined with video, 3D models, and browsers for maximum communications efficiency. The end result is a rich, highly immersive, and engaging way to experience your data.
Liquid Galaxy?s extensive capabilities include ArcGIS, Cesium, Google Maps, Google Earth, LIDAR point clouds, realtime data integration, 360 panoramic video, and more. The system always draws huge crowds at conferences; people line up to try out the system for themselves.
End Point has deployed Liquid Galaxy systems around the world. This includes many high profile clients, such as Google, NOAA, CBRE, National Air & Space Museum, Hyundai, and Barclays. Our clients utilize our content management system to create immersive and interactive presentations that tell engaging stories to their users.
GEOINT is hosted and produced by the United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation (USGIF). It is the nation?s largest gathering of industry, academia, and government to include Defense, Intelligence and Homeland Security communities as well as commercial, Fed/Civil, State and Local geospatial intelligence stakeholders.
We look forward to meeting you at booth #1012 at GEOINT. In the meantime, if you have any questions please visit our website or email email@example.com.
End Point?s Liquid Galaxy recently had an exciting breakthrough! We can now show 360Â° panoramic video effectively and seamlessly on our Liquid Galaxy systems.
Since our integration of seamless 360Â° panovideo, our marketing and content teams have been loading up our system with the best 360Â° panoramic videos. The Liquid Galaxy system at our headquarter office has 360Â° panoramic videos from National Geographic, The New York Times, Google Spotlight, gaming videos, and more.
The technical challenge with panoramic video is to get multiple instances of the video player app to work in sync. On the Liquid Galaxy, you're actually seeing 7 different video player apps all running at the same time and playing the same video file, but with each app showing a slightly adjusted slice of the 360Â° panoramic video. This synchronization and angle-adjustment is at the heart of the Liquid Galaxy platform, and allows a high-resolution experience and surrounding immersion that doesn't happen on any other video wall system.
We anticipate that our flawless 360Â° panoramic video will resonate with many industries, one of whom is the gaming industry. Below we?ve included a video of 360Â° gaming videos, and how they appear on Liquid Galaxy. Mixed with all the other exciting capabilities on Liquid Galaxy, we anticipate the ability to view angle-adjusted and 3D-immersive 360Â° video on the system will be a huge crowd-pleaser.
If you are interested in learning more about 360Â° panoramic video on Liquid Galaxy, don?t hesitate to contact us or visit our Liquid Galaxy website for more information.
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