Big Data Space Service[INQ. NO. 1712E01] Dataking, famous for its big data space service that incorporates computer vision IT, recently released the 2.0 version of the BideoMap. It is an upgrade of the 1.0 version released in December 2016, and the upgrade was implemented with active investment by Korea Investment Corporation (LX).
BideoMap is a service that can recreate a 360-degree panoramic image on a map. Anyone can easily upload and enjoy 360-degree contents on YouTube and Google Maps. In addition to uploading, you can also share contents with people around the world by using Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus and more.
Moreover, BideoMap can be easily used without registration. The service is practical as it can work with Google Maps without a log-in. Users can get their hands on their desired information anywhere without blind spots and go directly to Google Maps.
Moreover, advertisers can use BideoMap as a v-commerce platform. They can promote your restaurants, hotels, activities, and more via a channel. The features of the newly released version 2.0 of BideoMap can be explained through two major features – its buffering speed and user environment.
Reducing existing video buffering speed by 50%, the service cuts buffering speed by 10 seconds, showing a big improvement in user environments of target users such as expanding a 360VR video driving screen and changing web main color among others.
Currently, Dataking is adding 360-degree VR contents that can be viewed by clicking on “museums and galleries” on Google Maps. The project has university museums participating, including those from Sookmyung Women’s University, Samji University, the National Museum of Korea and D Museum and is expected to offer useful information to students.
Dataking’s BideoMap 2.0 is expected to be used in a variety of other fields including education, movies, music videos, and sports broadcasting. However, its VR function is normally operated only in VR viewer devices and is replaced with a 3D image for a user who does not have a VR viewer device.
On the other hand, BideoMap is attracting attention not only from Koreans but also from various users worldwide, both young and old. As of July 2017, there are about 12,286 global users of BideoMap, which is growing by 10% per month. BideoMap is being used in South Korea, Saudi Arabia, China, Russia, and other countries, and the number of using countries and users are expected to soar upwards in the future. | Blog Magazine of korean electronics, brands and Goods

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