Augmented reality (AR) & Virtual Reality (VR)

What is AR ?

Augmented reality is the technology that expands your physical world, adding layers of digital information onto it. AR allows all kinds of industries to bring a whole new reality to life. When digital content is mixed with the real world, users can better experience, understand and engage with your product, media and more.

Type of AR

Marker AR

  • Simply an apps with some markers
  • Scan the marker and get the digital contents
  • Can always interact with the contents

Markerless AR

  • Simply an apps with mu marker
  • Scan anywhere you wanted to get the digital contents
  • Digital content could be scale 1:1 to the real product
    can always interact with the content

Broadcast AR

  • Simply a big screen with a projector
  • Can always interact with the content from the motion sensor

Mirror AR

  • Simply a touch screen
  • Digital content could be mirroring your motion or could be a photo booth

AR Glasses

  • Hololens device needed
  • Can always interact with the content

How AR could benefits you?

The Engagement

AR increases engagement and interaction and provides a richer user experience.

Mobile Markets Growing

AR is mobile and personal therefore, hugely accessible to a rapidly growing smart phone market.


AR is an inexpensive alternative to other media platform as no specific media needs to be purchased.

Great Marketing Tools

AR deliver more value to advertisers by offering measurable AR print ads with direct links to purchase.

New Level

Brands have access to detailed analytics enabling them to truly understand their audience throught apps big data collected.

Better ROI

Research has shown that AR increases the perceived value of products and brands awareness.

What is VR ?

Virtual Reality is unique from other mixed realities because it allows a user to be fully immersed in a virtual scene or experience. Those headsets shine lights directly into your eyes to immerse you in a 3D virtual world.
They show slightly different images to your left and right eye to give you a depth sensation

But they do not let your eyes focus on nearby objects which often causes visual discomfort. Whether 360° video or a 3D rendered environment, our expert team creates one of a kind VR experiences.

How VR could benefits you?

Create Virtual Prototype of Your Product

Gone are the days where you need to pay for manufacturing just to get an idea of what your product would look like from every angle and how it might work.

Virtually Engineer Designs

For engineers, architects or other professionals whose work includes building or engineering large structures, virtual reality can help to save time and money.

Offer Virtual Tours of a Location

Say you’re a real estate agent showing houses to potential buyers. Maybe your buyers are in a different state or just don’t want to spend the time going from house to house if they’re not at all interested in that particular style.

Let Customers See All Angles of a Product

When you’re listing a product for sale that customers don’t necessarily get to physically touch before buying, it’s important to show them as many angles of the product as possible so they can get a feel for what it’s actually like.

Give Customers a Taste of Adventure

If you have any sort of tourism or adventure-based business, you can use virtual reality to give customers a taste of what they can expect if they visit your attractions.

Create Interactive Games

One of the more conventional ways that you can take advantage of virtual reality platforms is by creating interactive games.

AR/VR (AR Building)

AR/VR (Electric Maze)

AR/VR (City Defender)

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