Services so innovative it feels like a magic wand
Business cards still matter. They are the best first impression of your brand. But wouldn't it be great if you could add your voice in your cards. Your presentations will not only make it more personal but will add another way to sell your own brand.
How much time and effort (and of course money) are you spending creating brochures for your upcoming event. How many times have customers taken notice of your product through brochures? Make them relevant again. Get ahead of your competition.
All it takes is an image in your brochure to wow your customer.
Why do I need another device:
- High quality mobile virtual reality
- Immersive books and training materials
- 360 degree view of your product
- Take field trips anywhere
Amphisocial is on a mission to bring its augmented reality software to manufacturing and engineering businesses to add value to IoT. Our goal is start small, train users with this platform and then apply the knowledge gained to wearable technology based learning applications.
Our amazing lab churns out not just futuristic but practical products.
All you need is one app for multiple platforms. Choose your device.
Our smart products lets you realize your product's dream. Change the way you interact with your potential customers.
Imagine a product protruding out of a training manual. Better still, a product in action coming out of a training manual.
A pretty picture on a product brochure is impressive. Concise and clear product or service description on a brochure is great. A brochure that talks and gives LIVE DEMOs is awesome! You could create a parallel universe on virtual devices like cardboard and have a WOW moment with potential customers.
Wouldn't you love a visiting card that jumps out? No literally, a visiting card that JUMPS OUT. Contact us now to get yours.
We are revolutionalizing how kids read or view a book. An image in a book can give a LIVE demonstration of the subject in question.
Tim Cook, AR, and VR
In 2016, Apple CEO Tim Cook has made some remarks about the company and potential VR and AR implementations. During Apple's January's quarterly report question and answer session, Cook said that VR was "cool" and noted that he didn't think it was a niche, but at the time he had little to say about its future at Apple.
During July's question and answer session, Cook had a bit more to say. "AR can be really great," Cook said. "We have been and continue to invest a lot in this. We are high on AR for the long run, we think there's great things for customers and a great commercial opportunity. So we're investing."
On Sunday, Cook said to the Washington Post that "I think AR is extremely interesting and sort of a core technology," adding that "it's something we're doing a lot of things on behind that curtain that we talked about."
Source : Appleinsider