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Hololab supports spatial artist Aimi Sekiguchi's Apple Vision Pro performance at GITEX AFRICA 2024 with Spatial Paint

Hololab supports spatial artist Aimi Sekiguchi's Apple Vision Pro performance at GITEX AFRICA 2024 with Spatial Paint

Hololab Co., Ltd. (Headquarters: Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo, and Representative Director and CEO: Kaoru Nakamura, hereinafter referred to as “Hololab”) at “GITEX AFRICA 2024” held in Morocco, Africa from May 29 to 31, 2024. (local time ). We now support spatial artist Aimi Sekiguchi's Apple Vision Pro performance through the “Spatial Paint” app.

GITEX AFRICA 2024 is the largest technology and startup exhibition in Africa.

https://gitexafrica.com/

Emi Sekiguchi and Hololab development member Akihiro

Focusing on the spatial computing capabilities achieved by Apple Vision Pro, Hololab plans to collaborate with Aimi Sekiguchi in preparation for the official launch on February 2nd.

“Spatial Paint” was released on February 2, 2024, the same day as the Apple Vision Pro.

■ “Spatial Paint” page for the App Store for Apple Vision Pro

https://apps.apple.com/jp/app/spatial-paint/id6476133753

The following week, on February 8th, the spatial art “Spatial Paint” posted by Aimi Sekiguchi received 1 million views on X (formerly Twitter), 2 million views on TikTok, and received complimentary comments from around the world.

https://x.com/sekiguchiaimi/status/1755577369623150983

X

https://x.com/sekiguchiaimi/status/1755577369623150983

Tik Tok

https://vt.tiktok.com/ZSYro5kbv/

These videos using Apple Vision Pro and Spatial Paint became a hot topic around the world, Aimi Sekiguchi received an offer to perform at “GITEX AFRICA 2024,” and Hololab provided on-site support.

Local performance: https://youtu.be/h043up1eXlY?si=mM__rh9d3T1nAXrG

Over the course of three days during the exhibition, a spectacular display took place in which people painted pictures in space using the Apple Vision Pro “Spatial Paint” application. Emi Sekiguchi's vivid painting based on local Moroccan culture has won praise from African visitors.

Hololab will continue to expand the world of spatial computing made possible by Apple Vision Pro in different areas.

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Comment from Amy Sekiguchi

Drawing with hand gestures is like magic that has yet to be seen, yet can be conveyed intuitively across linguistic and cultural barriers. I was so happy because it seemed to resonate with so many people.

Comments from Hololab engineer Akihiro who provided on-site support

The experience combining art and technology was very interesting in Morocco. I realize once again the power of experiences that allow us to share feelings even if we speak different languages.

About Hololab
Hololab is a technology group focused on XR technology such as AR/VR, spatial computing, 3D spatial data, technology such as BIM/photogrammetry, 3D city models and the new experiences they create. From amazing experiences before your eyes to digital twins of cities in Urban DX, we constantly learn about the latest developments in expanding fields, disseminate them widely to everyone in the world, and enjoy them together.

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