JAN 15, 2024
Lotte Data Communication showcases metaverse and EV charging platform at CES 2024
Lotte Data Communication, the IT service management unit of South Korean conglomerate LG Group, brought its hyperrealistic metaverse platform Caliverse and electric vehicle charging platform EVSIS to the stage at CES 2024, attracting great interest from stakeholders from around the world, according to an article by South Korean news outlet KG News.
Exploring tomorrow's technology
CES is one of the biggest annual tech conventions in the world organized by Consumer Technology Association, where companies and other industry leaders gather in Las Vegas to showcase their innovations and visions for a future led by advanced technology. This year’s event was held from Jan. 9 to 12.
AI takes the spotlight
In particular, user-engaging technologies such as generative AI received much attention at the convention, such as AI mobile scanning, which allows anyone to take a picture of their product with a mobile device and virtually create their own digital object in less than five minutes. Another new technology called metaverse live streaming allows users to interact with each other in the virtual space in real-time by replicating their appearance.
Standing at the forefront of the IT industry
Lotte’s Caliverse platform provides deeply immersive content based on world-class technologies such as ultra-high-definition VR shots, image synthesis and real-time rendering graphics. It can also be experienced through a head-mounted display (HMD) as well as most other electronic devices such as 3D monitors, PCs and smartphones, maximizing user accessibility.
The company also showcased various EV chargers and digital platforms that are used in its other new product EVSIS, gaining popularity among visitors at the event.
Lotte aims to further establish itself as a global market leader in the IT industry based on these cutting-edge platforms.