BNP Paribas launches teleportation meetings – video

BNP Paribas rolls out world premiere teleportation meetings with Magic Leap & Mimesys

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BNP Paribas, through three of its business lines – Real Estate, Corporate and Institutional Banking, and Wealth Management – is launching the possibility to hold teleportation meetings in five locations: Hong Kong, Dubai, London, Frankfurt, and Paris. Each business will be equipped with Magic Leap Ones, a lightweight, wearable spatial computer, to conduct collaborative meetings remotely.

In collaboration with Magic Leap and Mimesys, BNP Paribas Real Estate will implement this innovative solution which was tested over a one-year period.

As a first step, the technology will allow various types of clients of the bank, particularly those of Corporate and Institutional Banking and Wealth Management, to be offered real-estate investment opportunities via a hologram with the BNP Paribas Real Estate teams. For example, a client in Hong Kong or Dubai could be in contact, via a teleportation meeting, with an expert consultant in London, Paris or Frankfurt and interact with virtual objects. The marketing of real estate anywhere in Europe will thus be facilitated by being both faster and more cost-effective, and the environmental impact of traveling will be limited.

For two years, BNP Paribas Real Estate has integrated immersive technologies into the development of its innovation projects. Already tested on two real-estate projects in London and Paris, this innovation is a world first. It allows each participant to manipulate and alter the common plan, modeled in a 3D projection, whether it is a model of a real-estate venture or a neighborhood mapping. Together with Magic Leap and Mimesys, we are inventing a new workplace that is more agile and collaborative, and that places people and expertise at the forefront of customer experience
Kevin Cardona, Head of Innovation, BNP Paribas Real Estate

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