ARHT and NetDragon Bring HumaGram to Hong Kong For First Time

    ARHT Media paired up with NetDragon to bring the revolutionary augmented reality (AR) holographic technology, HumaGram, to one of Asia’s big tech hot spots, Hong Kong

    ARHT Media, which stands for Augmented Reality Human Technology, showed off its AR holographic show tech on the stage at the Hong Kong Science and Technology Park where Larry King was broadcast whilst interacting live with the audience from Los Angeles, US. The way NetDragon played into this show was through it being a major shareholder in ARHT and pushes HumaGram across Asia in a multi-year exclusive license of  ARHT’s tech and their own mobile-based community, instant messaging, and app store tech.

    Dr. Simon Leung, Vice Chairman and Executive Director of NetDragon, said in a statement: “We are proud to showcase HumaGrams™ for the first time in Hong Kong and how the partnership between NetDragon and ARHT is starting to bear fruit. We are excited to attract a leading production house like tinePublic to work with us and provide an amazing array of speaker series to complement ARHT’s holographic technology, and NetDragon’s global community platform. Together, we can create celebrity learning events around the world which may have been previously impossible.”

    Previously Tony Robbins, pictured above, took up the first role of the first live HumaGram to be broadcast globally, and will continue to educate, inspire, motivate, and interact with his audiences in virtual reality (VR) and AR.

    There is more interest in ARHT’s HumaGram than ever now that tinePublic Inc., a world leading production company, will also partner up with these two companies to bring even more celebrities to the AR technology, including Oprah Winfrey, Former President George W. Bush, Al Gore, Kofi Annan, General Colin Powell, Former Prime Minister Tony Blair, Governor Arnold Schwarzeneggar, and plenty more high-profile figures.

    For more on the expansion of HumaGram, AR tech, and all the VR news and updates in the industry, make sure to check back with VRFocus.