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Japan design company invests in Malaysia's Framemotion Studio

Nomura Co. to enhance digital content through tie-up

Japan's Nomura Co. has presented both physical and augmented-reality digital exhibits. (Photo courtesy of the company)

TOKYO -- Display designer Nomura Co. on Monday announced that it had invested in Malaysian digital content maker Framemotion Studio, taking a stake of about 6% in the company, as it looks to enhance its digital content, including augmented reality and sensing.

The Japanese company has not disclosed the value of the investment.

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