Interactives are one of the best ways to connect with a user in a space, or on the internet. Whether it's multi-touch, augmented reality or face tracking, we can build it.
Interactives cross the space between your message or product and the user in front of it. It reaches out, or allows the user to reach in, to the message, product or brand. It engages people.
- Augmented Reality (AR)
- Multi-touch interactive spaces
- Point-of-presence (POP) displays and videos
- Museum interactives
- Live-3D experiences
- Mobile-engagement, tie-ins
- Physical computing, inc. Arduino inputs and outputs
- Alternative interfaces
The technology we use is usually "bleeding edge," literally so new that we're writing our own bug fixes before the vendors get to it. And in the end, it doesn't matter how the technology works, it's the user's experience that makes it entire worthwhile.
While much of what we build is for an on-site display, be it a museum or rolling room, Augmented Reality (AR) lets you connect with a user in their own environment. Users can get a marker through a product card or trade show booth, or print off a marker, and get involved in the experience right at home.
We created a coming-soon site for LEO Science Lab that featured the ability to hold the moon and earth in your hand, and take an image that the user could upload to Facebook or email to a friend. Multiple markers can be tracked so multiple users could be involved at the same time. Similar technology can do face recognition technology, or on-site through Kinect or other alternative interfaces, to create as fun and interactive an environment as one can imagine.
Going the other direction, we can set up systems to read or display tweets or facebook posts, change physical environments or play sounds based on the world outside. Using live video, users can seem to come through a 'portal' to see what's happening in a client's location, even use telepresence. Live connections are great for trade shows or live environments that not everyone can attend, users can connect.