Dystopian narratives of new technologies transcending upon our world and destroying humanity as we know it has captured everyone’s attention. The debate around the impact of automation, robots and AI are all hot topics in the news everyday. Hypergiant prefers to take a more positive view by providing realistic and actionable solutions to these wicked problems. Our belief is that the best use of AI will be when blended with human intelligence to extend people's abilities to succeed in the increasing complexity of the workplace and enhance their experience. To accomplish this, we formed a specialized Hypergiant Sensory Sciences Division to focus on re-engineering society to unleash the future of human potential.
We constantly size up the world around us as a matter of routine while our senses move us through space. Although it’s true that computers are getting faster every day, the human brain and body is still far more capable than that of any machine. It's a true marvel how our senses automatically merge and mingle to perform countless critical functions like the beats of a heart.
Inspired by this concept of sensory fusion, we are innovating across many technologies to reach an elevated level of sensory perception automation to re-invent how machines will persistently observe, analyze and learn from the world around us. Ultimately, we hope this combined collaborative intelligence of ‘humans + machines’ will exponentially enhance our ability to see, sense and be alerted when important things happen in our monitored environments.
HYPERGIANT SENSORY SCIENCES FIRST PLATFORM COMPANY: WORLDS
Worlds combines deep learning and IoT inside of a single 4D live scene that give organizations the ultimate ability to persistently observe, analyze and learn from their physical surroundings in new ways that were otherwise impossible.
An AR Active Display system and HUD framework that bridges the gap between infomatics/telematics and user interaction using a proprietary series of computer vision modules designed to function independently on chip at the edge.
Disaster Mapping System uses satellite and drone images to help pinpoint buildings most impacted by a disaster such as a tornado or earthquake. The modeling is designed to help enhance first responders ability to quickly understand which areas have been hardest hit and act immediately.