Business tycoon Harsh Goenka marveled at the 3D billboard installed by tech giant Infosys in Melbourne as part of Australian Open. Goenka shared a clip featuring virtual reality assistance for fans during the Australian Open.
The clip shows 3D visuals of people from different cultures appearing to be watching a tennis match as they move their heads to the side. One of them, wearing VR glasses, is zoomed in and the tennis ball is moving around him. As he looks up, the kingdom representing the game is seen and several balls roll from the top.
— Harsh Goenka (@hvgoenka) January 24, 2023
“What a wonderful #Infosys ad,” Goenka captioned the clip. Since being shared on Tuesday, the clip has amassed more than 17,000 views on Twitter. Netizens were amazed to see the clip. One user commented, “I love 3D ads. I patiently wait to see them every day in Times Square. Another user wrote, “#tech has revolutionized…#AI initialized…get #mickeymized! #Infosys.
Infosys said in a tweet that the 3D billboard was displayed on the corner of Bourke Street and Swanston Street in Melbourne, Australia. The giant screen of 236 square meters measures six floors.
“Here’s a look at our 3D billboard on the corner of Bourke Street and Swanston Street in Melbourne. Mounted on a giant 236 square meter screen, this experiential showcase is a glimpse into how we’re reimagining tennis at The Open from Australia. #AusOpenWithInfosys | #ExperienceTheNext,” Infosys tweeted.
“It’s immersive. It’s anamorphic. It is six stories tall. It’s live now in Melbourne at #AO23 Stop by and check out our 3D BillBoard at Bourke Street 🤩 #GetCloser | #AusOpenWithInfosys | #ExperienceTheNext,” the tech company said in another tweet.
Integrate AI for fans, the company offers a virtual experience with win predictor, natural language commentary. Tennis fans who missed a match can come back to watch the “decisive moments” with the top three stats.
Here’s a look at our 3D billboard on the corner of Bourke Street and Swanston Street in Melbourne. Mounted on a giant 236 square meter screen, this experiential showcase is a glimpse into how we are reimagining tennis at the Australian Open. #AusOpenWithInfosys | #ExperienceTheNext pic.twitter.com/4ZL7M5se21
— Infosys (@Infosys) January 24, 2023
“The AI is in the field. Insight is at stake. Victory is at hand. We have all the ingredients for a classic. This year, Infosys’ tennis platform offers experiences ranging from match to metaverseread Infosys’ statement.