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Point Delivers Augmented Reality to Your Tv Screen

Telibrahma's Point debuts as first Augmented Reality Second-Screen Experience
Telibrahma (, the award-winning innovator in international cellular marketing technological innovation, is splitting the pattern by debuting a impressive second-screen encounter with Point, their picture identification technological innovation that can catch point-enabled video clips and provide an entertaining encounter for audiences.
Using Point, customers can enjoy immediate involvement across any cell phone by simply directing their phone at a Point-enabled video, film, commercial or television program and get access to an augmented encounter.

"Point provides a Shazam-like experience for consumers that takes them to the next level of engagement, and we're thrilled to offer this exciting technology to users," said Suresh Narasimha, CEO and Founder of Telibrahma.

Point is a 360-degree solution for customer involvement and provides a creative way for manufacturers to connect with their viewers.

In addition to point-enabled video clips, Point also works with create ads, magazine content, brand images, publications, publications and websites to create "real world" encounters for customers on their cell phone devices.
Source : IntARact

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