Mobile VR/AR App Development : Android & iPhone

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Due to the recent, rapid improvements in smartphone technology, we are now able to use smartphones as hardware to experience both virtual and augmented reality apps.

We can create VR apps for both Android and IPhone that are viewable on Google Cardboard, Daydream, and other compatible headsets. These apps can be deployed locally on a smartphone or can be uploaded to the Google Play store or Apple store for remote download.

What are you imagining for your business or organization? The possibilities for VR and AR apps are endless!

We can create custom VR apps for the following headsets:

  • Google Cardboard. These apps are compatible with most Android and iPhone devices and are the easiest way to get into virtual reality. Using a cardboard headset, users are able to view full VR environments or videos and interact within them using the single button on the headset.
  • Google Daydream. Daydream apps are compatible with certain devices and offer a more immersive and comfortable virtual reality experience. With head straps and a remote control, Daydream is more versatile than its Cardboard counterpart, and more interactive when utilizing the remote.
  • Samsung Gear VR. Samsung Gear is a comparatively inexpensive HMD that is compatible with newer Samsung phones, and allows you to place your phone within the headset and view content from Oculus in VR. We are able to create these apps and deploy them either locally to the individual phone, or upload the apps to the Oculus store for remote download.

We create fully custom augmented reality apps that are viewable on a variety of devices including but not limited to mobile phones, tablets, and mixed reality headsets like the Microsoft HoloLens. These augmented reality apps can be:

  • Marker-based. These apps use the image recognition capabilities of a device to recognize markers or patterns. QR codes are probably the best-known examples, but apps can also be developed to read other types of images.
  • Position-based. Also referred to as location-based, these apps use the built-in GPS and velocity meters of a device to detect the user’s location and provide information about the destination. Pokemon Go is a well-known example.
  • Projection-based. These apps use lights from a device to project fixed or interactive images onto an object.

Contact us today to find out how we can help you with mobile VR / AR.

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