Recently, Luo Wei, Chief Engineer of Camera at Huawei Cyberverse, announced that Huawei Hetu (Cyberverse) trademark registration was successful.

Luo Wei previously introduced that Huawei Cyberverse has the characteristics of strong AI understanding, humanized walking navigation, virtual and real fusion photography, precise positioning recommendation, and intuitive information acquisition. But this is not as simple as you may think. So let’s get into details.

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Huawei Cyberverse

In fact, the Cyberverse is a mixed VR and AR reality services platform. It helps people navigate space and learn more about the world. As Huawei executives think, such technology can generally change the approach to the development of many areas. Simply put, Huawei Cyberverse can be used in tourism. Say, when pointing to a particular area, the traveler will see information about the museum, the sculpture or the route to the objects. But this technology is going to be quite helpful when making purchases as well as visiting hospitals, train stations, airports.

Huawei Cyberverse

Moreover, Huawei didn’t limit its use scenarios and the platform can be integrated into various third-party applications. At last, it’s thought to bring new opportunities for advertisers.

Huawei Hetu

It’s an open-source data virtualization engine. And its aim is to allow partners to use big data with the simplicity of an ordinary database and simplify data governance. This is yet another significant move to advance the computing industry. Generally, Huawei has been thinking of making this engine available for many developers and companies even when announcing the Kunpeng + Ascend dual-engine computing strategy in September 2019. Huawei Cyberverse and the company’s overall data infrastructure strategy covers the entire data lifecycle collection, storage, computing, management, and usage. In other words, Huawei shares its experience and explains how a converged, intelligent, and open data infrastructure can empower customers from all industries to unleash the value of data for pervasive intelligence.

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