Augmented Reality or AR
Augmented reality overlays immersive digital content and information onto the physical world — as if they're actually there with you, in your own space. This is done through wearable devices or simply through mobile phone applications using nothing but your device camera. Using AR, we have created applications that have been used in various industries such as industrial training, engineering design, robotics, manufacturing and other industries. We’ve also used AR to animate T-shirts, static advertisements, business cards, and other cool stuff.Lets Get Started
Our Augmented Reality Services
Using just your mobile phone camera, we create apps that scan real-life surroundings and perceive them as an image on an XYZ coordinate system. The positioning of 3D models is based on the accurately calculated 3D plane rules of this perceived image, which makes augmentations appear highly realistic and natural.
Apart from just understanding the scene, our AR apps can be programmed to recognize specific 2D images and real-life 3D objects, in order to augment them with the relevant text or model data on the device screen.
Most smartphones and tablets today have basic sensors for, GPS, gyroscopes, and accelerometers. We leverage this hardware to allow our AR apps to dynamically resize and calibrate augmentations on the screen as you and your device move around.
Using infrared or light sensors in smartphones along with our smart light estimation algorithms, our AR apps can automatically adjust the lighting of the 3D model to naturally match that of the scene in the camera lens.
AR for training
Training apps offer an interactive simulation of work processes and guide a user through workflow operations such as product assembly, medical procedures, etc. in fields such as manufacturing, construction, healthcare, and more.
AR for walkthroughs and showrooms
We create AR apps that are capable of guiding users through specified locations, showing directions, historical info, and even useful local ads. They can also be used to create virtual museums or galleries by adding interactive and immersive content to selected showpieces.