Mumbai: Exhibit’s November’ 17 issue would certainly prove to be a giant stride in the world of technology. With our first ever Augmented Reality (AR) issue, we roped in the Shaandaar Shahid, the handsome face who speaks of tech with grit and chills in his automated home like a boss.
And no, you don’t have to practice an incantation to behold the technomancy. All you have to do is download & install the Exhibit app, point the Exhibit camera on the cover of the magazine, and watch SK (as fondly addressed by his team) come alive. Yes, it’s as crazy as it sounds!
Appertaining to the AR experience, Shahid raved that “Augmented Reality is something new that India is warming up to. Knowing that by shooting this cover I’m allowing everyone to scan and take a picture with me is quite empowering; it almost makes you feel like a king!”
“Coming to our November issue, as we all can attest, Exhibit never lags in keeping up with the latest trend. And, there’s been a hell lot of stir about the Virtual Reality out there. The time has come for you to visualize the actual world with some highly superimposed graphics on it. No wonder, the AR technology is a complete charm in itself. How it works is, as you move, the size, angles, and distance also shifts accordingly; and all this takes place in real time as if the image really does exist!” – reckons Ramesh Somani, Founder & CEO of Exhibit Group.
Music, coffee and the love for what he does is what keeps him up and running. But the one thing that is an instant energizer for him comes from the innocent smile of his energizer bunny aka his adorable daughter Misha. Well, coming back to the tech world, Shahid feels that the Virtual Reality with in-depth social media integration is the future that we are waiting for.
This is just a trailer of the hilarious, free-flowing and honest interview with the gentleman that he is. Discover facets and facts, the techie that he is, characters that were a watershed for his career, journey & significance of movie Padmavati, future project and more in our special AR issue. Why not encounter the never-done, never-seen-before magic of the AR cover for yourself?
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