Huawei has registered the trademark "Cyberverse" in a bid to build an online world that represent the real world, according to Huawei Fellow, Cyberverse Chief Engineer Luo Wei.
Interestingly, as a precautionary measure, Huawei has also registered trademarks such as Mountain Cyberverse and Mountain Chart at the same time.
At last year's Huawei Developer Conference, Huawei debuted the Cyberverse, portraying a Genesis dream.
It aims to create a "new digital world that is earth-grade, evolving, and seamlessly blends with reality", with features such as strong AI understanding of the environment, humanized walking navigation, fusion of reality and reality, photo taking, accurate positioning and recommendation, and intuitive information acquisition.
However, Huawei also stressed that Cyberverse cannot be defined in a simple sentence, but is a painstaking process of continuous evolution, more of an idea than a product.
The first commercial product based on Cyberverse technology is "Huawei AR Map", which is based on the core of Huawei's self-developed Cyberverse technology and can easily integrate the virtual digital world with the real world in a stable and high-precision way, with centimeter-level 3D positioning and 1:1 real-world restoration.
The first open Huawei AR maps include Dunhuang Mogao Cave, Shanghai Bund, Nanjing Road Pedestrian Street, etc., supporting Huawei P40 series phones.