Augmented reality is a relatively new technology that can be utilised in any industry to enhance business operations, improve on customer relations, as well as provide a better overall user experience. As augmented reality developers, we look to provide bespoke app solutions that fully cater to your business’ requirements.
Many forward-thinking start-ups and corporate companies are looking at using AR for their business to gain a strategic advantage over their competitors and provide their customers with an innovative and engaging user experience. Contact our augmented reality app developers to find out how you can implement AR into your business strategy.
At Red C, our augmented reality developers are currently focusing on developing augmented reality apps that provide users with new and exciting ways of achieving everyday tasks. For example, we have developed ‘Where's my car?’ - an app that detects when the user stops driving and stores the location of the car. In addition to this - opening the app will show you in AR technology exactly where your car is with a handy marker; you can even split the screen with a traditional map if you'd prefer. Our team of augmented reality app developers have created AR solutions for a whole host of projects; to find out about our previous work incorporating augmented reality, visit our case studies page.
Contact Our Team of Augmented Reality Developers in London
Get in touch with our team of augmented reality developers at Red C to get your augmented reality app development underway by filling out the contact form below. A member of our specialist AR team will get back to you as soon as possible.
An educational augmented reality app tailored to medical students could enable users to look around a specific part of the body and tap the screen in order to learn more information. This could work for a range of educational areas and training ranging from finding the source of historical texts, to scientific experiments.
Virtual reality app development for retail could enable users to experience a product before they purchase it online. This could be particularly useful when purchasing clothing or jewellery as it would allow the customer to see how a product would fit ahead of actually making the purchase.
Food or drink related augmented reality apps could allow users to see how their meal or drink is made and how it looks before ordering it, helping to solidify their decision on what to order.
Sports AR could enable users in the crowd at a sports match to point their phones towards the pitch to pull up detailed match statistics in real-time.
Construction AR could allow architects to map out how a building might look and fit into its physical surroundings.
An art augmented reality app could enable users to go on a virtual tour of the city learning about street art for example. We have previously created an interactive art installation app for the GRAD art gallery. A diverse collection of digital narratives is accessed via the Shadow Memory app, each one unfolding as the user follows the route on foot, through the city of London.
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