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3D Body-sensing Technology a Hotspot of CHTF 2013

SHENZHEN, China, Nov. 21, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- At the China Hi-Tech Fair (CHTF) 2013, which opened on Nov. 16 in Shenzhen and attracted more than 100 delegations from over 50 countries, hi-tech smart products like applied body-sensing and 3D technologies received a great deal of attention, in particular from Lu Yongxiang, the former vice-chairman of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress cum the President of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, and Chen Deming, the chief of Association for Relations Across the Taiwan Straits.

Mr. Lu thought highly of the 3D Body-sensing Image Matching System after seeing a demonstration and learning its functions and commercial prospects through workers' introductions. He encouraged the developers to be more innovative to create the most advanced body-sensing products by combining the technologies of body-sensing, 3D and voice. After that, he gave his advice about market expansion and how to make full use of CHTF as a platform to explore foreign markets.

At present, many shopping malls and fashion brands in China have started to use the above-mentioned technology to promote themselves. A negotiation about cooperation between some platforms of E-commerce and the technology holders is still ongoing. Once the cooperation is made, the machines will be installed in airports, metro stations, office buildings, high-class residential facilities and so on. Then, there will be more interactions between E-commerce and consumers, with what is called 020 marketing mode, which links online and offline.

About CHTF:

The China Hi-Tech Fair (CHTF) is an international hi-tech event held annually in November in Shenzhen, China. Approved by the State Council of the People's Republic of China and jointly hosted by 10 government departments and Shenzhen Municipal People's Government, it is one of the most influential events for the high-technology sectors on the Chinese mainland. It is renowned as the"No.1 Technology Show in China". Since its inception in 1999, the CHTF has provided a platform for technology companies all over the world to showcase their technological achievements, exchange information, identify collaboration partners and explore business opportunities. For more information please visit the website: .

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