Leapsy’s thermal imaging AR headset debuts at the International Green Building Exhibition in conjunction with the construction industry

Leapsy, an AR headset company, was invited to participate in the Kaohsiung International Green Building and Building Materials Exhibition from June 8 to 11, 2018. Its self-developed world’s first thermal imaging AR headset MR360 was very popular. Many construction industry experts agreed AR technology is highly affirmed for the way in which green buildings are presented, and they have expressed their hope to cooperate with Leapsy to introduce AR into more green building projects.

Leapsy joined the National Cheng Kung University in Taiwan at this exhibition, using AR technology for the first time. Through the AR headset, you can watch the 3D printed container building model after the use of advanced energy-saving technology, including aluminum foil insulation blanket, aerogel laminated glass, phase Varying energy storage paint, infrared reflective heat insulation film, light guide glass, phenolic foam heat insulation board and matching solar photovoltaic power generation system, etc.

Visitors wear Leapsy AR headsets to experience the energy-saving effects of container buildings

Leapsy founder and CEO Wang Bowen explained, “These energy-saving effects are information that cannot be displayed by real models. Originally, they can only be achieved through the imagination of visitors, graphic explanations or complex construction. But through the organic combination with AR technology, these energy-saving effects It can appear intuitively and vividly in front of visitors, and it is the superposition of three-dimensional presentation effects and physical 3D models to make visitors’ experience more real. Based on reality and beyond reality, this is the value of AR+ architectural design.”

The main theme of this exhibition is “green and environmental protection”. The combination of AR and architectural design can not only enhance the viewing effect and realize the visualization of energy-saving effects, but also a new measure for the construction industry to practice green and environmental protection. Through AR technology, architects can save a lot of consumables while improving efficiency. “This kind of efficiency improvement is mainly reflected in two aspects. One is that the building energy-saving visualization effect that originally required the complex construction of multimedia methods such as sound and light, can now be solved through an AR headset, and the experiencer can also interact through multiple minutes. Ways, independent operation and adjustment, and experience different energy-saving management solutions. Second, during the design process, the designer can see the design effect more directly through AR, which cannot be presented in a traditional PC presentation, which greatly reduces the design The revision cost of the teacher.” Leapsy Wang Bowen introduced.

Thermal imaging AR headset MR 360 independently developed by Leapsy

This AR head-display product combined with the construction industry this time is the MR 360 independently developed by Leapsy. The unique feature of this headset is that it is equipped with a thermal imaging camera, which can realize the visual presentation of the heat source body, such as the high temperature exceeding the standard in a part of the building. This AR headset can detect and report specific heat information in time. Effectively improve and manage energy consumption, etc. Leapsy MR 360 adopts American industrial-grade thermal imaging module, supports multiple interactions such as voice, gesture, and button control. The self-developed ultra-clear prism solution achieves a 45-degree ultra-large field of view and a wide field of view. The product design is ergonomic and comfortable to wear.

Thermal imaging AR headset MR 360 independently developed by Leapsy

Leapsy was established in 2015. It has self-developed optical modules and AR machine design and mass production capabilities. It has applied for a number of invention patents. Team members have rich practical experience in product design, production, supply chain, optical research and development, etc. . Leapsy is currently used in construction, tourism, education, museums and other fields.