Quanvy: Integrating Real-world and Digital World for Events

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Deepti Sharma, Founder, and CEO
Augmented Reality (AR) is one of the hottest topics in the technology space right now and for all good reasons. The growth of AR applications in recent years can be attributed to solutions that allow customers to visualize what it might feel like to experience the service before actually purchasing it. With AR technology, visualizations interact with the physical spaces around the user, and the user can interact with those digital experiences.

Identifying that events, conferences, and meetings are a perfect conduit for AR, Quanvy, a Nevada-based AR solutions provider, is offering Kirigami, an AR-powered event designing application to help event organizers and advertisers to design event experiences with captivating virtual elements embedded in reality. This one of a kind application integrates the digital and the physical world and delivers simple graphics with embedded reality elements for fantastic customer experience.

Notably, most of the event management companies still depend on their archival pictures from previous events to explain new clients about venue layout, decorations, and more. The clients still need to visit locations physically to give ascent to the plans laid out by event management teams. In most cases, the time-sensitivity doesn’t allow event organizers and clients to make lastminute changes if required.

“Kirigami allows the event organizers to collaborate with the clients to design the venue layout according to the client’s preferences. Kirigami reduces the wastage of time and resources, and it also allows event organizers to be more creative”, explains Deepti Sharma, Co-founder and CEO of Quanvy.

With access to the application, all the stakeholders of an event can view, provide feedback, and comment on the placement and design of the physical assets at the venue location. The intuitive and userfriendly interface allows all the stakeholders to make easy customization to the layout and design of the venue right at the onset of the planning stage, according to their preferences.


Kirigami allows the event organizers to collaborate with the clients to design the venue layout according to the client’s preferences. Kirigami reduces the wastage of time and resources, and it also allows event organizers to be more creative

This feature of Kirigami streamlines the strenuous process of setting up multiple meetings for the event management team and clients to agree on a design and proceed—generating utmost satisfaction to the clients.

Kirigami’s custom designs and themes help create event layout, which includes seating chart, placement of objects, background wall, audio setup, exits and entrances, stage setup, light setup, and many more. Event organizers can visualize the results in advance and drastically reduce the gap between expectations and reality. The mobile application leverages 2D and 3D asset library, intuitive workflow, and a collaborative environment to ensure that there is clarity between planners, partners, vendors, and clients.

Through Kirigami, the host can visualize what the designer has in mind and provide inputs on what needs to be changed or improved. The application also allows different service providers to collaborate in a cohesive virtual environment to streamline the entire planning process and keep everything in check.

Sharma, the “Top 50 Tech Leaders 2019” InterCon Dubai award winner, says the vision behind the establishment of Quanvy is to increase the AR technology adoption in real-world scenarios for business to save time, resources, and make informed decisions.

Company
Quanvy

Headquarters
Reno, Nevada

Management
Deepti Sharma, Founder, and CEO

Description
A startup leveraging AR technology and developing applications to bring a transformation in the functioning of the event management companies.

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