Thank you so much.
I get it. I understand.
Did we say smart things? [laughs]
That’s why I’m asking. I’m wondering if there is also a hub for innovation and tech.
Do you know if there is something in Taichung?
If we were to imagine something here, we would have people to interact with to hire for this project for the content, and to collaborate with people with the organizations of hearing impairment. We would not start out of the blue from the distance, which is very good.
In the case of Panthea, we have two contacts here that are in charge of self-acting for the national theater, with Cami, who we worked with them three years ago on the Avignon project.
I don’t remember.
I don’t know.
It’s not international.
We have a French tech night tomorrow.
You want us to do modeling?
They will recommend to do two minutes.
You think in our case, it would be the Minister of Culture who would be our direct plant, or it would be like a mix between you and the Ministry of Culture?
That’s cool. That’s interesting.
We have 96 percent of people who rate the experience as "Wow" and "Cool."
Usually that’s where we stand.
1 to 10 gives you an idea. If it’s more, our main contracts are on a long-term basis, four years usually, since it’s installed on a historical location. It’s designed to stay in outdoor spaces.
In terms of budget, to give you an idea. For a Timescope machine, usually depending on the number of timescopes, depending on the engagement period, which means more rental, we are between 1,000€ to 10,000€ a month.
We recommend if that’s the case, to give insights to the production so that they can produce something which has the potential...
Assuming that’s possible for you to produce the content. I know you have a 3D studios. I have met some of them.
It really depends on how...
Definitely. I think that Taipei 101 is really like the observatory. You’re pointing at 101 Tower with big nice view would be such a cool experience to see how Taipei has changed over...
That gives you an idea of the kind of content.
...was read, yes. Then many other places in France. Sometimes it’s also very strong and very dramatic when we use World War I, when we reconstruct the trenches. This is for Kering, the luxury brand, where they are located.
...the World Exposition, exactly. When the...
We work on making it really realistic. Paris at the...
The beginning of the 20th century, that’s the Eiffel Tower, which is the equivalent, I would say, of the 101 Tower. From this point of view, we have four timescopes.
That’s exactly what the city hall looked like. The Galeries Lafayette, if you’ve ever come to Paris, you might have seen the gallery.
I’m going to demo you these videos so that you can see the kind of contents that we produce. To give you an idea of it. For example, that’s Paris, the river bank, 400 years ago.
Sorry, I have no battery any more. I put it all on during the whole day !
Let me see if I have battery left in my headset.
Exactly. Would you like to try?
I know I need to go for them.
This is not on the Oculus market. It’s on the terminals that we have. We don’t put it online because usually, the experiences are made to be tried on-site directly.
I’m the one owning the Timescope brand. [laughs]
No, this is not me.
No. I know I have to check this out because I know that I saw that there is a Timescope that...
When we were talking about fake news, it’s very different. But it’s also a way to avoid rumors and to speak in a very powerful way to the people. You know that VR is a medium which is very, very strong.
We also work on urban projects to show the future of locations, that can have past or that cannot be very rich in terms of past, on urban projects that need to be explained to the people. The Timescope is also a way to explain to the people how it ...
We gather all the historical sources. Then we model them. We are the specific touch about the CG that we use, that we produce, is that is very photorealistic and story-tells.
That’s interesting. [laughs]