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CES 2021 Taiwanese startup Uniwill-WhiizU built a gamification virtual cycling world that supports a mega 3D map

CES 2021 Taiwanese startup Uniwill-WhiizU built a gamification virtual cycling world that supports a mega 3D map

TAIPEI, Jan. 12, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — The coronavirus pandemic has made a large impact on a lot of parts in the world, but it also…

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TAIPEI, Jan. 12, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — The coronavirus pandemic has made a large impact on a lot of parts in the world, but it also accelerates the growth of many industries. Home gym equipment have increased their sales for 170% and bicycle sales have increased 600%. According to the cycling reports, there are 650 thousand people who watched online cycling events during pandemic. Industry report stated that the Indoor cycling market currently has $577 million revenue, the estimated revenue will grow to $752 million in 2024 and 8.9% CAGR. However, due to the coronavirus pandemic, people are looking for work out alternatives. Uniwill has launched WhiizU, a virtual workout solution to fulfill life in the "new normal". Without time or location constraints, users are able to train and engage with users around the world to race on 3D cycling routes.

Challenging to create limitless possibilities in the virtual cycling world.

By utilizing the unique technology, the cycling routes in the WhiizU: World reflect geographic features, providing the exact elevation, slope, and distance based on the reliable database. Besides, the UI of the routes was according to the scenario of the specific cycling routes in reality. The feature creates possibilities through its gamification design, it adds up the elements for increasing the consumer-product attachment. Therefore, users were allowed to compared their cycling performance from indoor training to outdoor biking. Moreover, WhiizU is the only cycling software that can support a mega 3D cycling map. It could also build any cycling […]

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