The information service provider Core Gleam (the CEO Chang Hyung Ryu, www.coregleam.com) introduced their Audio Information Guide System (VLC Audio-Guide) that uses LED lights at "2014 IT Convergence Expo Korea" in EXCO MTCC from 27th to 29th Aug.
This system applies the principle that electric (audio) signs transforms into light signal. To explain what this really is about, imagine a museum visitor looking quietly at the piece of beautiful artistic edifice, the visitor may be awed by the beauty of edifice and thus may wish the helpful and brief explanation for the work at the same time.
The visitor may thank any guide to lead her or him throughout the museum, but all the guides in the museum are just too busy to handle so many arts lovers. The disappointed visitor then just walks along the museum quickly to leave. With VLC Audio-Guide, that sad story no longer happens. Under the LED lights, the VLC automatically transforms the light signals into certain electric signals, which are the audio signals. The pre-recorded explanation will be turned on as soon as the signals arrive, and the visitor may enjoy the edifice more fully.
Especially, unlike the museum, at the exhibition where many bustling lights may interfere, the user may wear the headphone or other light receiver (like smartphone or independent light receiver) to enjoy the same service above.
The usual current audio guide system works by touching and button pressing, VLC employs LED lights for activating so its space efficiency is very high. It uses the light spectrum and produces almost no electromagnetic waves. This product is representative example of using VLC.
The CEO Chang Hyung Ryu said, "Core Gleam has paid much effort for a goal to change the paradigm of our daily life through IT technology enhancing convenience and satisfaction of people." The CEO continued, "One example that shows our efforts is that we are soon going to present a device that allows people to communicate even under water."
Meanwhile, "The 9th IT Convergence Korea" is co-sponsored by Ministry of Science, ICT, and Future Planning (MSIP), Daegu Metropolitan City, Province of Gyeongsangbuk-do and provides the cutting-edge technology of mobile SW, 3D, cars, smart work and other IT convergence technology.
Global news network AVING News(AVING News) is the global media partner for this expo. AVING News reports not only the news for the expo but also brings the live news of the firms on site to both domestic and international markets. AVING News also broadcasts the news of new products and companies in movies for growing importance of demand for TV news for mobile subscribers.
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