We do AR, mobile and web development

OUR SERVICES

AR Development

Pioneers in AR development, we started doing this activity before it became mainstream. As such we have experience with AR in mobile apps as well as within web browsers (a.k.a WebAR). Our geolocated platform supports white labeling, which our customers love!

Web development

A mobile app doesn’t live in an island! It frequently needs a back-end, that’s why web and mobile development go hand in hand. From the popularity of WordPress to the sophistication of Symphony. We are able to develop according to the project or customer needs: Angular, C#, Ruby and PHP (our favorite!), including its respective frameworks like Rails, Laravel, Yii, etc.

Mobile Development

Mobile first has been in our DNA since our inception! We love to work with native apps, however we are aware the realities and economics doesn’t always allow this approach. Thus, hybrid development is also in our capabilities, whether it is with Cordova/PhoneGap, Xamarin or React we can handle it.

Integrators

Sometimes we do the whole project from start to finish, turnkey! Other times we are part of a bigger team, whatever the scenario we adapt to it and deliver.

LATEST POSTS

Why AR devices lag behind VR ones?

First, the basics: AR enhances your surroundings, while VR detaches you from it. While they may seem similar, the end experience is completely different. Today’s VR is a reality (pun intended) due to the mass adoption of smart phones. Bluntly put, VR devices screens are phone screens put in front of your eyes. Advances in…

September 19, 2019
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At last! A decent antivirus for Mac

Macs suffer from less virus/malware attacks than Windows, not because they’re better, but because they’re fewer. This fact allowed Mac users to live without antivirus software, so far so good. Granted, macOS has had some sort of protection mechanism for years now, it’s called System Integrity Protection, it does some of the functions that antivirus…

March 25, 2019
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Xamarin or Cordova, why?

It has become a tradition on this blog to compare things, so let’s keep traditions and compare Xamarin and Cordova. I’m not going to compare them technically, because they’re different. However, they both are meant to build mobile apps, so they both deliver the same end result, just different internally. So why bother with one…

November 1, 2018
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