Our work

We make AR and VR experiences

3D Product Demos

AR and VR can be used to showcase products and design solutions that are unavailable, conceptual, or impractical to display physically.

Infographics

AR and VR can be used for data visualisation. It can present info about intangible products or concepts in a novel way. 

Learning Portals

AR and VR can be used to make immersive learning environments. Step through the portal and explore a virtual world.

Some of our work:

Newton’s Apple: AR Gravity Simulation

Ever wondered what gravity looks like on other planets? Then download this augmented reality app:  https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.Techsight.NewtonsAppleARGravitySimulation   Legend has it that an apple falling on Isaac Newton’s head in the 17th century urged him to define the laws of gravity. Ignoring the effects of air resistance, objects falling to Earth accelerate at a rate of

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Spaceship Augmented Reality Portal

Taking a trip to Mars with augmented reality… AR portals like this can be used to make fun and immersive learning experiences for your clients. All they need is your app installed on their smartphone. Contact us here if you need an AR app built that communicates your technical solutions and value propositions!   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dCD037xIhgw Share on facebook Facebook

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Raptor Engine AR Demo

Augmented reality can be used to showcase products or design solutions that cannot be displayed physically. All that is needed is a smartphone with an AR app installed that contains the relevant content.  As an example, here we have a model of SpaceX’s Raptor rocket engine superimposed in a living room. Annotations and animations can

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An augmented reality infographic on… augmented reality

Augmented reality is an exciting technology and its use case in marketing is huge. It allows for immersive info presentation and data visualization. In case you are not familiar with augmented reality, below is an infographic explaining what it is. And presented in augmented reality, of course. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qL_UQaoWxis Below is the gif version of the augmented

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