Augmented Reality comes of age

Using the camera on your phone an Augmented Reality app layers graphics over the real world. Seamlessly weaving them into, on or around objects in reality for a new reality. A new way of interacting with the world around us. And it’s about to get very interesting.

The latest mobile phones from Apple and Samsung Galaxy are packing screaming fast chips. Ubiquitous coverage of next generation mobile networks will blanket us with gigabit speeds. Welcome to the perfect breeding ground for completely amazing mobile experiences using Augmented Reality apps. Sound complicated? It is. And we’ve been doing it for years.



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We enhance every touchpoint of the process. From consulting, developing a minimum viable product, launch and iteration to the promotion and management of the app.



4G can’t easily bear the weight of crunching huge amounts of data in real-time. It coughs up processing challenges and latency issues. But 5G will decrease latency by 10x and increase traffic capacity by 100x. 4G forces us to be efficient. 5G is gonna let us code new possibilities.



By overlaying icons, objects, sounds, tools and live information feeds, we’re able to craft enhanced experiences. At first blush, Augmented Reality seems perfect for games and entertainment. But we’re clocking opportunities for education, corporate industry and marketing.


Both Apple and Google have their own framework for creating Augmented Reality apps. If you wanna design for iOS, we use ARKit. If you prefer Android, then we work with ARCore. When native integration with their other services becomes available… Can you say game-changer?



We always start with the end-user. And that’s a quote straight from the Gospel of Bonsai. Because everything we build (apps, websites and digital marketing) centers around the user experience. That’s not actually written down anywhere. Unless tattoos count.

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