Realfiction Holding launched DeepFrame One, which the company claims is the world’s largest mixed reality display, during CES 2018 in front of an audience of journalists and media.
“For many years our clients have requested large scale, glasses-free magical experiences. This is why, I am particularly proud and excited about launching DeepFrame One, and our first use-cases that creates magical, larger-than-life experiences, aimed at global brands and the experience industry,” said Realfiction’s CEO Clas Dyrholm.
DeepFrame One allows users to create large-scale mixed reality experiences in social settings such as museums, amusement parks, high-end retail shops and more. Visitors do not need special glasses or any other wearable equipment. DeepFrame One is designed by renowned Danish designer Steffen Schmelling, who has previously designed products for several major brands such as Bang & Olufsen and Samsung.
After the launch of the patent pending DeepFrame technology in Europe earlier this year, Realfiction has introduced a commercial-ready design and a number of content examples.