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Presented at the University of Lausanne: Fusion Explorer display case or the interactive revolution.

You thought you’d seen it all with regard to watch display systems. But that was reckoning without the tenacity and entrepreneurship of several professionals, inspired and supported by Jean-Claude Biver, Hublot’s CEO. Christened “Fusion Explorer” the new system introduced in Lausanne today enables net surfers to manage, via the Hublot website, display windows located worldwide.

It brings unprecedented interactivity and the first worldwide application of Web 3.0 to the watchmaking world. For the first time, internet surfers can view displays located on every continent, and directly run the Hublot products displayed there, via the www.hublot.ch website. When they log on, they take control of the display for two minutes, and control the camera directly.

The powerful incorporated zoom even allows the field of vision of the surrounding items to be enlarged, therefore showing the direct vicinity where the display is located (Hublot, Yacht Club, Foire de Bâle workshops, exhibition, etc.). A waiting list thus enables each one to register to become, within the space of a few moments, the product manager.

Presented at the University of Lausanne: Fusion Explorer display case or the interactive revolution.

Presented at the University of Lausanne: Fusion Explorer display case or the interactive revolution.Presented at the University of Lausanne: Fusion Explorer display case or the interactive revolution.

Presented at the University of Lausanne: Fusion Explorer display case or the interactive revolution.

 

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