26 Nov

Sucess in our stand in INTUR

R&D in tourism

Innovation always creates interest. But when it is accompanied by a real application that improves some aspect of our lives, then it becomes something else. During these days, we are showing how R & D can also be applied in the world of tourism.
INTUR VIRTUAL REALITY ARSOFTARSOFT systems show tourists a 3D virtual guide that offers a guided tour in a museum, a city or even from their own homes, tourist offices, stand…

ARMUSEUM is a system of guided tours to museums not It has nothing to do with any other application of guided tours, offering every tourist a guide who speaks their language, moves and acts just like a guide to the flesh. It also offers many other options: indoor guidance, Gymkhana, minigames…

ARVISIT does the same but in open spaces, such as a city or natural park. It also offers guidance by GPS, Augmented Reality view of the nearby points…

VIRTUAL TOURS is a system of guided tours that take users into any place in the world while they get explanations about what they are seeing each moment. Thanks to virtual reality goggles the user has the feeling of being in all these places, while enjoying exclusive content and its own guide. Innovation in stands and tourist offices are the future, creating unique experiences.

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21 Jul

Urban robotics parasites

Gilberto Esparza is somewhat different from other artist. This visionary has created a set of robots that feed electricity grids and whose function is to form part of the urban environment. They are what we call urban artist parasites, and there are different families of these parasites.

These parasites are part of the urban space, both with his own presence as noise emissions, so we can say we are a city’s inhabitants.

It is clear that before we think we will start seeing robots walking the streets as a person, and this is the proof.

It is very curious how these robots to parasites that can be found in nature seem. This is the case CLGD, which has been classified as the family of poleápodos helminths and resembles a worm, at least in their movements.

The technology continues to surprise not every day is exciting to live this race for innovation and technological progress, we need only look 15 years back to realize how far we have come almost without realizing it. Recently we had no phones and now we take in watches, glasses and miniaturized devices. In fact, now the robots have become parasites living in our cities feeding electricity networks!

Parásitos Urbanos (Trailer) from dalia huerta cano on Vimeo.

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02 Mar

Augmented Reality in FITUR 2015

Arsoft has developed an Augmented Reality system for the stand of Castilla y León in FITUR 2015. The application allows tourists to see two guides, Ricardo and Guzman, who will welcome the stand and explain why Castilla y Leon is a unique tourist destination.
Thanks to Augmented Reality we can show an informative guide with who users can even interact. They will see the guide as if flesh and blood walked around with both phones and tablets but also using Augmented Reality glasses. They may also ask questions and the guide will answer them in their language. This is a unique and innovative way to inform users of an airplane, a building, a hospital, a stand… Furthermore, the guide can speak many languages and can talk with many people at the same time, and with no cost.


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12 Dec


The future awaits us impressive gains. We are already experiencing the technology revolution where Augmented Reality is having a great importance for the possibilities it offers.
However, in this post we will talk about a subject that concerns us all: immortality.
It seems we are close to cheat death, as Ray Kurzweil said, one of the Google’s directors.
It seems that the tech giant is committed to a future in which humans can achieve immortality through nanorobots that we will have in our body and will allow us to eliminate diseases and provide us with the nutrients we need to live.
And Ray Kurzweil is not the only one who is convinced, José Luis Cordeiro, from the Singularity University, is also convinced that by 2045 humans will be immortal, since nanorobots prevent aging.
These nanorobots will be so small that they will not cure a pancreas, lung or heart…, they will go much further: having healing abilities at the cellular level, preventing cells from deteriorating.
Seeing how technology advances, humans will have to know quickly adapt to these advances, since technology allows us to improve different aspects of our lives, but only if we use it properly.

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