Zugara Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality Technology
Zugara has created various technologies for Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality devices and platforms. We now support both ARKit and ARCore custom project development and you can see an example of a basic ARKit proof of concept to the left. Listed below are additional engines for gesture recognition, mobile augmented reality and geolocation, and video conferencing platforms.
Zugara's Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality Technologies:
ARKit & ARCore Apps
Custom projects using ARKit and ARCore to place and interact with augmented reality objects in your real-world environment.
IVO Gesture Engine
IVO is a gesture-based engine to position, scale, and animate 3D virtual objects in Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality environments.
Facial Recognition Engine
Our Facial Recognition Engine recognizes expressions and can overlay 2D/3D virtual objects on different facial features.
Mobile AR Game Engine
Our mobile AR game engine was recently featured in the Hungry Jack’s Protect Your Whopper mobile game.
Kinect A&C Motion Engine
Our Kinect Avoid and Capture motion engine features fun and innovative motion and gesture based gameplay for players of all ages.
ZugSTAR is a video conferencing engine to synchronize and share AR content between multiple video chat participants.
Brands That Have Used Zugara's Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality Technology:
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Read What Others Are Saying About Zugara's Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality Technology
Nestle employed AR development firm Zugara...together, both companies followed overall social media marketing best practices, while managing to incorporate AR in a way that wasn't "scary" or cumbersome. –Econsultancy
We mentioned Zugara's neat augmented reality clothes shopping experiment before -- noting how could it could make online shopping by letting you try out virtual clothes. Well, it's an experiment no more: Online fashion store Tobi has launched it for real.–Kit Eaton, Fast Company
She was able to "try on" the dress, using her computer screen as a sort of electronic mirror. By gesturing, she operated the virtual controls, adjusting the garment's position, color and size, and then photographed herself to show friends. In the end, she bought the dress: "Seeing it on helped me decide."–Fleur Britten, New York Times
Well, if anybody anywhere deserved a patent in this arena, it would be Zugara. For years now, Zugara has been focused on dressing rooms like a laser beam in a dressing room.–Bruce Sterling, Wired
While the primary intention may be practical (a la the effect of horizontal stripes on my torso), I am more interested in the entertaining options. For example, what do I look like in a Barbie lame princess gown? Or a silk kimono? Or a floor length Oscar de la Renta? I may never get to attend the Oscar’s in real life, but I may be able to simulate what I would wear if I did.–Rebecca Grant, VentureBeat
Zugara did a great job implementing the Virtual Mirror for the Torero Store at the University of San Diego. Our state-of-the-art store is focused on the customer experience, so this interactive kiosk is a perfect addition.–Marji Drost, University of San Diego
We found the use of Zugara's images editor, including the saving of images herewith, extremely quick and simple. The icons such as the magic wand as well as the garment cropping facility are a breeze to work with. Scaling the garments to size using the relevant (male or female) templates are incredibly precise, effective and simple to use.–Kim Resnik, Virtuelle