With AR, you can project an interactive map of your next travel destination onto your coffee table or take care of a virtual baby unicorn on your carpet. But you can also inspect a production line, visualize medical data or see the inner workings of a machine you need to repair. And that's just the start.
Apple and Google have both decisively committed to AR, making it a strategic product focus for the iPhone and for Android. With the release of their new AR frameworks (ARKit and ARCore), half a billion smartphones are now capable of delivering state-of-the-art mobile AR experiences.
The next leap forward will be AR wearables. Smartphones and tablets are—quite literally—small windows into our ultimate future vision of augmented reality. Companies like Microsoft, Meta and Magic Leap are working to build headsets and ultimately, lightweight glasses or even lenses, that take away the reliance on handheld devices, making the technology all but disappear.
What we do
- Strategy and implementation
Augmented reality and virtual reality are so different from any other technology, that it might be hard to see right away just how your company can benefit from them. We help you discover these exciting technologies and how they can work for your product, service or marketing.
- Mobile AR
We build state-of-the-art mobile AR experiences using ARKit for iOS and ARCore for Android.
- Mixed Reality
We develop Augmented reality applications for Microsoft HoloLens.
- Virtual Reality
We create VR experiences for all devices, from high-end headsets like HTC Vive & Oculus Rift to lower-end solutions like Google Daydream & Cardboard.
Augmented reality and virtual reality are so different from any other technology, that it might be hard to see right away just how your company can benefit from them. The Roadmap to AR helps you discover these exciting technologies and how they can work for your product, service or marketing.