Lagotronics Projects launches its 4th gen interactive technology

Lagotronics Projects has launched a new interactive positioning system similar to GPS, but specifically designed for indoor and outdoor leisure areas. The system opens up a number of opportunities for new interactive attractions and experiences. It’s the 4th generation of interactive technologies developed by Lagotronics Projects.

This new interactive technology has huge potential, explains CEO of Lagotronics Projects, Mark Beumers.

“Knowing the exact position of both the interactive device and the pointing direction and entering this into a digital 3D environment makes this the ultimate interactive system. Now we know, at all times, where guests are located in a certain area and where their devices are aimed at. Imagine the endless opportunities this creates for interaction between guests and literally anything. Every object or component in the attraction, area or room can be made interactive or functioning as a target. Targets can even be variable and easily change locations over time creating multiple experiences in one. We can even interactively work with moving live actors! Besides, the technology makes it possible to interact with all kinds of displays; scenery, monitors, video projections and even all kinds of head-mounted displays (HMD).”

The goal of the technology behind Lagotronics Projects’ interactive systems is to offer operators a system with the highest possible uptime and almost no maintenance. No cameras, mechanical wearing parts or lasers are used, which makes the tech more reliable, more durable and safer. The systems can be used in virtually all attractions and experiences, even outdoors. To ensure an optimal guest experience, the systems are also extremely accurate and data communication is extremely fast.

The new technology will be used in various upcoming Lagotronics projects.

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