DeepFine Concludes Participation at MWC: Peeking into the Future with DSC

DeepFine, a South Korean XR spatial computing company, made an impressive appearance at MWC 2024.

MWC is the world’s largest mobile communications industry expo, held annually in February by the GSMA. Along with the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in the USA and the Internationale Funkausstellung Berlin (IFA) in Germany, it is considered one of the top three ICT expos globally.

At the event, DeepFine showcased the XR authoring tool ‘DSC (DEEP.FINE SPATIAL CRAFTER),’ a service that allows even novices to easily build digital environments. Based on real-world spaces, this service enables scanning of physical spaces and overlaying virtual content within them. 

The platform’s distinctive feature is its ability to allow anyone to quickly and easily create augmented reality (XR) spaces. While previous products required the purchase of expensive equipment and a lengthy learning curve to construct AR spaces, DSC allows for the creation of augmented reality using just a small smart tablet or smartphone.


Through this exhibition, various cases were presented showing how DSC (DEEP.FINE SPATIAL CRAFTER) can be applied in actual commercial facilities and daily life, along with live demonstrations for visitors to experience the service firsthand. 

Notably, its compatibility with the next-generation hardware VisionPro also attracted attention.

DeepFine aims to solidify its image as a global innovator in the XR platform industry among industry insiders and to kickstart its global market strategy through this exhibition.


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