SIGGRAPH is the fastest-growing computer graphics and interactive techniques conference in North America. Now in its 46th year, the annual conference hosted by ACM SIGGRAPH, will take place from 28 July–1 August at the Los Angeles Convention Center.
Based on SparkAmplify’s Social Proof Index (SP Index), we identified some of the top trending startups exhibiting at SIGGRAPH 2019 by countries.
1. Tobii Pro (United States)
Tobii Pro helps business and science professionals gain valuable insights into human behavior through our eye tracking research tools.
Top Placement: New Tobii Pro tool brings eye tracking to UX design
2. Qumulo (United States)
Qumulo is the leader in universal-scale file storage. Qumulo File Fabric (QF2) lets businesses store and manage file-based data in the data center and on the cloud, at petabyte scale.
Top Placements: New Qumulo all-flash and hybrid arrays equipped with NVMe
3. VIRTUALITICS (United States)
Virtualitics Immersive Platform is a state-of-the-art data analytics platform available to enterprise customers in a collaborative virtual environment and desktop experience.
4. SideFX Software (Canada)
SideFX has been providing artists with procedural 3D animation and visual effects tools designed to create the highest-quality cinematic results.
1. 4Dviews (France)
4DViews has been designing videogrammetry system to capture volumetric video: an innovation capable of filming people as virtual assets for use in any virtual environment.
2. Mo-Sys Engineering (United Kingdom)
We are a small team that designs and builds simple, yet versatile camera technology products for the film and broadcast industry.
Top Placement: BBC Taps Bitmovin Encoder To Speed Up Content Prep
3. Rokoko (Denmark)
Rokoko is a startup based in Copenhagen & San Francisco, and created motion capture solutions Smartsuit Pro and Motion Library .
4. Volograms (Ireland)
Volograms is a technology startup on a mission to bring reality capture closer to everyone.
5. ftrack (Sweden)
ftrack is a scalable cloud-based project management solution used in the media & entertainment industry to help creative teams meet the ever-increasing demands of production tracking.
1. CLO Virtual Fashion Inc. (Korea)
Marvelous Designer specializes in true-to-life 3D cloth creation and simulation. Our software is widely adopted by Game, Animation, VFX companies.
Top Placement: CLO Virtual Fashion unveils AR Smart Mirror
2. FORUM8 Co., Ltd. (Japan)
FORUM8 provides VR solutions powered by Interactive 3D VR simulation and modeling software "VR Design Studio" that can interact with vehicle dynamics information from various 3rd party systems.
3. Lemnis Technologies (Singapore)
Lemnis Technologies is a global team of scientists and engineers whose mission is to eliminate sensory conflicts in Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality (VR/AR).
4. Dexta Robotics (China)
Dexmo is the most easy-to-use force feedback glove, designed for both researchers, enterprises and consumers. Its natural and intuitive interaction enables everyone to seamlessly touch a truly immersive VR world.
SparkAmplify’s SP Index is generated by our algorithm and is given to each brand as a measurement of its overall media presence quality. Social Proof Index is an industry-first index that takes into account a brand’s social proof based on social share, placement number, placement quality, impression and search ranking.
Social Proof Index is a score from 0 to 100. Every brand on SparkAmplify has its own Social Proof Index that is updated frequently to reflect the latest situation. Brands with Social Proof Index of 100 means it has better media exposure results than that with Social Proof Index of 50.
Social Proof Index (SP Index) quantitatively measures a brand’s press coverage in terms of social share, placement number, placements quality, impression and search ranking. With higher Social Proof Index, brand can stand out easily from other brands and focus on telling stories to the right influencers.
Social Proof Index (SP Index) helps journalists filter out the noise and concentrate on media-worthy sources. By filtering brands with high Social Proof Index, journalists can quantitatively measure a brand’s press coverage performance.