Chinese interactive entertainment livestreaming platform Inke, cooperating with Beijing Space Wish Aerospace Technology Co., Ltd., on Thursday released a satellite-themed digital collection platform called “Space Wish Universe.” At the same time, the public welfare digital collection of “Inke Space Wish Baby” was launched. The first batch of collections will be officially launched on April 24, which is Space Day in China.
The initial intention of this public welfare project is to help more autistic children obtain access to public welfare support regarding medical care and education. The first batch of digital collection items was provided by Inke, and the content was designed according to its IP: an owl called “Xiao Ying.”
In May, 2021, senior internet field practitioner Wang Hao (network ID: Yi Tuhao) founded Beijing Space Wish Aerospace Technology Co., LTD, a “space service” enterprise that combines advanced and sophisticated satellite technology with internet functions. In addition, the company has successfully developed and launched its own satellite, and produced the smartphone application product “Space Wish” in less than one year.
At 14:01 on March 5, 2022, China successfully sent six LEO broadband communication satellites – developed in a batch for the first time – and one Xuanming Space Wish Satellite into scheduled orbit with the CZ-2C carrier rocket from the Xichang Satellite Launch Center.
Among the six satellites, the Yi Tuhao Space Wish Satellite and Xuanming Space Wish Satellite will be used specially to receive “Space Wishes” or “Digital Souvenirs” uploaded by the company’s app users through their smartphones. Up to now, nearly 50 million “space wishes” have been received by the satellites with their “space wishes’ certificates” having been displayed.