Augmented RealityOur augmented reality skills can be used to bring anything to life and we mean anything!
So far we’ve augmented magazines, flyers and books, exhibition stands, wallpaper, packaging, calendars, museum artefacts and even whole rooms.
Our augmented reality solutions can be used anywhere and at any time using SLAM and traditional AR. We don’t need to rely on old fashioned printed markers or QR codes, we can use images, objects or even buildings to trigger your content.
WHAT CAN WE DO FOR YOU?Our techies will deliver the software and programming side of AR, but first and foremost we’re content suppliers, so we’ll work with you to turn your ideas into memorable and engaging experiences.
Our creative team can provide anything from 3D models and reconstructions, 2D & 3D animations, mobile games and full blown apps. We‘ll work with you every step of the way from research and script writing through to the final delivery, user testing and installation.
If you’ve got an idea then get in touch, we’d love to hear from you. If you want some inspiration check out our featured projects below.
The Parliamentary Education Centre
Making history cool againThis was a big project for us and one we’re really proud of. Working closely with The Parliamentary Education Service we scoped out some creative ideas and suggested ways of turning important historical subject matter into cool and exciting content for school visitors aged 8 – 18.
The result was a truly special augmented reality app that is utilised as a visual enhancing aid to workshops aiming to inform, engage and empower young people with three key themes; Parliament is relevant, Parliament is yours and Parliament is evolving.
Thanks to the app learners can experience important historical moments through the lives of key monarchs whilst providing first hand and unique access to objects they would not usually have the opportunity to see close up.
AUGMENTED REALITY FEATURESBy simply pointing your device at an image on the wall of a classroom the portrait springs to life, with the featured monarch then telling you about their relationship with parliament.
To achieve this we work-shopped our ideas with a group of local school children and settled on a series of ‘Horrible Histories’ inspired animations as they thought this would be a fun way to learn about history.
Using AR we were also able to bring Sir Winston Churchill back to the House of Commons. By filming an actor against a green screen and adding him into a 100% accurate 3D model of the Commons, visitors are now able to travel back in time and hear the iconic British leader give one of his famous speeches.
Creating such an accurate 3D model was no mean feat though as we had to use images found on google as a reference point.
Peel's work is wonderful. They did such a fantastic job which will enable young people to learn about Parliament in a unique and exciting way. This was a big project for us and one we’re really proud of. Working closely with The Parliamentary Education Service we scoped out some creative ideas and suggested ways of turning important historical subject matter into cool and exciting content for school visitors aged 8 – 18.
Speaker of the House of Commons
on-brand learningPointing your device at specific target image not only brings the portraits to life at The Parliamentary Education Centre, we used a similar idea to recreate the pomp and ceremony of the House of Lords. By pointing your iPad at an image of the House of Lords an animated 3D scene plays, showing you the traditional ceremony which takes place whenever Lords sits. You can then delve into the history even further by interacting with points of interest.
The augmented reality app delivers fantastic on-brand learning messages through beautiful design, innovative content creation and a unique and interactive digital experience.