Highlights

  • The platform allows for creating interactive marker-based and markerless AR campaigns.
  • The user is capable of adding AR content to the campaigns, including different audio, video, buttons, 3D and motion assets.
  • The platform boasts data analytics features, personalization capabilities, and the ability to show geolocation-based experiences.

Technologies Used: JavaScript, iOS, Swift, AWS Lambda, PHP, Three.js, Node.js, Unity, C#, Java, Wikitude, Angular

Methodology: Agile

Quick Video About the Project

Customer

Headquartered in Illinois, the company is a provider of AR-infused solutions. The customer’s major product is a platform that allows for building AR-based applications, launching AR-powered campaigns, as well as storing and managing the created content in the cloud.

Need

The idea was born out of the fact that transactional printing produces bank receipts and similar paper reports, and these pieces of data can be augmented and personalized to give people an individual and more entertaining experience.

The requirement was to develop a platform that will be capable of building interactive augmented reality campaigns. To achieve this, the customer cooperated with HQSoftware to implement the following features:

  • AR markers recognition on scanning an image (marker-based AR)

b92d2 clip 226kb

  • Markerless experiences
  • Building complex 3D scenes with audio, video, buttons, 3D, and motion assets with no technical skills required
  • Allowing for creating personalized content
  • Supporting geolocation

b31a5 clip 209kb Copy

  • Supporting analytics, for example allowing to monitor marketing-related and user-sensitive data, such as button click ratio

4dbad clip 109kb

Challenges

Under the project, the development team had to address the following issues:

  • The platform had to be technology provider agnostic in order to depend on no third-party services as well as generate no extra expenses on maintenance.
  • Marker recognition and AR scene display should perform smoothly. The markers should be securely locked to avoid flickering and be recognized stably in order to provide users with exceptional experience.
  • The platform under development needed to be highly scalable and endure high loads as well as ensure timely content delivery to the user.
  • The platform consists of multiple modules: back-end, front-end, iOS and Android mobile apps, third-party components. The developers had to ensure the interoperability of all modules.

Solution

To ensure future maintenance and support of the SDK, team at HQSoftware ensured that  third-party services are loosely coupled with the platform, and delivered custom middleware that would serve the purpose. The third-party services can be easily removed or replaced.

Working on module responsible for AR markers recognition, our engineers first conducted a research to find a framework that would suit the project’s needs. The AR framework was developed using Catchoom, and later Wikitude to recognize markers and add 3D objects into a 3D model. Thus, such an integration helped to avoid implementing two different frameworks for each of the modules under development. In addition, developers at HQSoftware integrated a Three.js-based AR scene editor XR Builder to manage and edit 3D objects. 

Outcome

Partnering with HQSoftware, the customer delivered a powerful augmented reality platform, which allows for launching interactive marker-based and markerless campaigns. Users can design complex AR experiences with no advanced technical skills required, put them into AR campaigns, configure and launch them. In addition, the system supports data analytics, geolocation and personalization features. Now, the system is able to handle high loads and automatically scale if needed. Thanks to the developed middleware, the third-party services can be easily replaced.

Read more about our AR and VR development services.

Stefan Agustsson

CEO at RealityBLU, USA

“We started working with HQSoftware about 2 years ago. Since then the team grew from a couple of people to 12 full-time people. We’ve had great project management and communication.”

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Highlights

  • The platform allows for creating interactive marker-based and markerless AR campaigns.
  • The user is capable of adding AR content to the campaigns, including different audio, video, buttons, 3D and motion assets.
  • The platform boasts data analytics features, personalization capabilities, and the ability to show geolocation-based experiences.

Technologies Used: JavaScript, Docker, Symfony, Selenium, jQuery, Codeception, MySQL, Elasticsearch, GitLab, PHP, Memcached, Bootstrap

Methodology: Agile

Quick Video About the Project

Customer

Headquartered in Illinois, the company is a provider of AR-infused solutions. The customer’s major product is a platform that allows for building AR-based applications, launching AR-powered campaigns, as well as storing and managing the created content in the cloud.

Need

The idea was born out of the fact that transactional printing produces bank receipts and similar paper reports, and these pieces of data can be augmented and personalized to give people an individual and more entertaining experience.

The requirement was to develop a platform that will be capable of building interactive augmented reality campaigns. To achieve this, the customer cooperated with HQSoftware to implement the following features:

  • AR markers recognition on scanning an image (marker-based AR)

b92d2 clip 226kb

  • Markerless experiences
  • Building complex 3D scenes with audio, video, buttons, 3D, and motion assets with no technical skills required
  • Allowing for creating personalized content
  • Supporting geolocation

b31a5 clip 209kb Copy

  • Supporting analytics, for example allowing to monitor marketing-related and user-sensitive data, such as button click ratio

4dbad clip 109kb

Challenges

Under the project, the development team had to address the following issues:

  • The platform had to be technology provider agnostic in order to depend on no third-party services as well as generate no extra expenses on maintenance.
  • Marker recognition and AR scene display should perform smoothly. The markers should be securely locked to avoid flickering and be recognized stably in order to provide users with exceptional experience.
  • The platform under development needed to be highly scalable and endure high loads as well as ensure timely content delivery to the user.
  • The platform consists of multiple modules: back-end, front-end, iOS and Android mobile apps, third-party components. The developers had to ensure the interoperability of all modules.

Solution

To ensure future maintenance and support of the SDK, team at HQSoftware ensured that  third-party services are loosely coupled with the platform, and delivered custom middleware that would serve the purpose. The third-party services can be easily removed or replaced.

Working on module responsible for AR markers recognition, our engineers first conducted a research to find a framework that would suit the project’s needs. The AR framework was developed using Catchoom, and later Wikitude to recognize markers and add 3D objects into a 3D model. Thus, such an integration helped to avoid implementing two different frameworks for each of the modules under development. In addition, developers at HQSoftware integrated a Three.js-based AR scene editor XR Builder to manage and edit 3D objects. 

Outcome

Partnering with HQSoftware, the customer delivered a powerful augmented reality platform, which allows for launching interactive marker-based and markerless campaigns. Users can design complex AR experiences with no advanced technical skills required, put them into AR campaigns, configure and launch them. In addition, the system supports data analytics, geolocation and personalization features. Now, the system is able to handle high loads and automatically scale if needed. Thanks to the developed middleware, the third-party services can be easily replaced.

Read more about our AR and VR development services.

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Sergei Vardomatski

CEO

Highlights

  • The platform allows for creating interactive marker-based and markerless AR campaigns.
  • The user is capable of adding AR content to the campaigns, including different audio, video, buttons, 3D and motion assets.
  • The platform boasts data analytics features, personalization capabilities, and the ability to show geolocation-based experiences.

Technologies Used: JavaScript, MongoDB, PostgreSQL, React Native, React Geolocation API, Node.js, GraphQL

Methodology: Agile

Quick Video About the Project

Customer

Headquartered in Illinois, the company is a provider of AR-infused solutions. The customer’s major product is a platform that allows for building AR-based applications, launching AR-powered campaigns, as well as storing and managing the created content in the cloud.

Need

The idea was born out of the fact that transactional printing produces bank receipts and similar paper reports, and these pieces of data can be augmented and personalized to give people an individual and more entertaining experience.

The requirement was to develop a platform that will be capable of building interactive augmented reality campaigns. To achieve this, the customer cooperated with HQSoftware to implement the following features:

  • AR markers recognition on scanning an image (marker-based AR)

b92d2 clip 226kb

  • Markerless experiences
  • Building complex 3D scenes with audio, video, buttons, 3D, and motion assets with no technical skills required
  • Allowing for creating personalized content
  • Supporting geolocation

b31a5 clip 209kb Copy

  • Supporting analytics, for example allowing to monitor marketing-related and user-sensitive data, such as button click ratio

4dbad clip 109kb

Challenges

Under the project, the development team had to address the following issues:

  • The platform had to be technology provider agnostic in order to depend on no third-party services as well as generate no extra expenses on maintenance.
  • Marker recognition and AR scene display should perform smoothly. The markers should be securely locked to avoid flickering and be recognized stably in order to provide users with exceptional experience.
  • The platform under development needed to be highly scalable and endure high loads as well as ensure timely content delivery to the user.
  • The platform consists of multiple modules: back-end, front-end, iOS and Android mobile apps, third-party components. The developers had to ensure the interoperability of all modules.

Solution

To ensure future maintenance and support of the SDK, team at HQSoftware ensured that  third-party services are loosely coupled with the platform, and delivered custom middleware that would serve the purpose. The third-party services can be easily removed or replaced.

Working on module responsible for AR markers recognition, our engineers first conducted a research to find a framework that would suit the project’s needs. The AR framework was developed using Catchoom, and later Wikitude to recognize markers and add 3D objects into a 3D model. Thus, such an integration helped to avoid implementing two different frameworks for each of the modules under development. In addition, developers at HQSoftware integrated a Three.js-based AR scene editor XR Builder to manage and edit 3D objects. 

Outcome

Partnering with HQSoftware, the customer delivered a powerful augmented reality platform, which allows for launching interactive marker-based and markerless campaigns. Users can design complex AR experiences with no advanced technical skills required, put them into AR campaigns, configure and launch them. In addition, the system supports data analytics, geolocation and personalization features. Now, the system is able to handle high loads and automatically scale if needed. Thanks to the developed middleware, the third-party services can be easily replaced.

Read more about our AR and VR development services.

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See How We Approach Business Objectives

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AR/VR: AR Mobile App for Equipment Maintenance

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AR/VR: VoIP Application for Calls, Photos, and Drawing

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Sergei Vardomatski

CEO

Highlights

  • The platform allows for creating interactive marker-based and markerless AR campaigns.
  • The user is capable of adding AR content to the campaigns, including different audio, video, buttons, 3D and motion assets.
  • The platform boasts data analytics features, personalization capabilities, and the ability to show geolocation-based experiences.

Technologies Used: JavaScript, CouchDB, PouchDB, Angular, Node.js, InfluxDB

Methodology: Agile

Quick Video About the Project

Customer

Headquartered in Illinois, the company is a provider of AR-infused solutions. The customer’s major product is a platform that allows for building AR-based applications, launching AR-powered campaigns, as well as storing and managing the created content in the cloud.

Need

The idea was born out of the fact that transactional printing produces bank receipts and similar paper reports, and these pieces of data can be augmented and personalized to give people an individual and more entertaining experience.

The requirement was to develop a platform that will be capable of building interactive augmented reality campaigns. To achieve this, the customer cooperated with HQSoftware to implement the following features:

  • AR markers recognition on scanning an image (marker-based AR)

b92d2 clip 226kb

  • Markerless experiences
  • Building complex 3D scenes with audio, video, buttons, 3D, and motion assets with no technical skills required
  • Allowing for creating personalized content
  • Supporting geolocation

b31a5 clip 209kb Copy

  • Supporting analytics, for example allowing to monitor marketing-related and user-sensitive data, such as button click ratio

4dbad clip 109kb

Challenges

Under the project, the development team had to address the following issues:

  • The platform had to be technology provider agnostic in order to depend on no third-party services as well as generate no extra expenses on maintenance.
  • Marker recognition and AR scene display should perform smoothly. The markers should be securely locked to avoid flickering and be recognized stably in order to provide users with exceptional experience.
  • The platform under development needed to be highly scalable and endure high loads as well as ensure timely content delivery to the user.
  • The platform consists of multiple modules: back-end, front-end, iOS and Android mobile apps, third-party components. The developers had to ensure the interoperability of all modules.

Solution

To ensure future maintenance and support of the SDK, team at HQSoftware ensured that  third-party services are loosely coupled with the platform, and delivered custom middleware that would serve the purpose. The third-party services can be easily removed or replaced.

Working on module responsible for AR markers recognition, our engineers first conducted a research to find a framework that would suit the project’s needs. The AR framework was developed using Catchoom, and later Wikitude to recognize markers and add 3D objects into a 3D model. Thus, such an integration helped to avoid implementing two different frameworks for each of the modules under development. In addition, developers at HQSoftware integrated a Three.js-based AR scene editor XR Builder to manage and edit 3D objects. 

Outcome

Partnering with HQSoftware, the customer delivered a powerful augmented reality platform, which allows for launching interactive marker-based and markerless campaigns. Users can design complex AR experiences with no advanced technical skills required, put them into AR campaigns, configure and launch them. In addition, the system supports data analytics, geolocation and personalization features. Now, the system is able to handle high loads and automatically scale if needed. Thanks to the developed middleware, the third-party services can be easily replaced.

Read more about our AR and VR development services.

Check Out Other Works

See How We Approach Business Objectives

AR-Equipment-Maintenance

AR/VR: AR Mobile App for Equipment Maintenance

VR-simulator-for-drivers

AR/VR: Distorted Visuals Simulator for Drivers

voip-application

AR/VR: VoIP Application for Calls, Photos, and Drawing

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Sergei Vardomatski

CEO

Highlights

  • The platform allows for creating interactive marker-based and markerless AR campaigns.
  • The user is capable of adding AR content to the campaigns, including different audio, video, buttons, 3D and motion assets.
  • The platform boasts data analytics features, personalization capabilities, and the ability to show geolocation-based experiences.

Technologies Used: JavaScript, Metaio SDK, CouchDB, Cordova, PouchDB, Apache, HTML5, Polymer Project

Methodology: Agile

Quick Video About the Project

Customer

Headquartered in Illinois, the company is a provider of AR-infused solutions. The customer’s major product is a platform that allows for building AR-based applications, launching AR-powered campaigns, as well as storing and managing the created content in the cloud.

Need

The idea was born out of the fact that transactional printing produces bank receipts and similar paper reports, and these pieces of data can be augmented and personalized to give people an individual and more entertaining experience.

The requirement was to develop a platform that will be capable of building interactive augmented reality campaigns. To achieve this, the customer cooperated with HQSoftware to implement the following features:

  • AR markers recognition on scanning an image (marker-based AR)

b92d2 clip 226kb

  • Markerless experiences
  • Building complex 3D scenes with audio, video, buttons, 3D, and motion assets with no technical skills required
  • Allowing for creating personalized content
  • Supporting geolocation

b31a5 clip 209kb Copy

  • Supporting analytics, for example allowing to monitor marketing-related and user-sensitive data, such as button click ratio

4dbad clip 109kb

Challenges

Under the project, the development team had to address the following issues:

  • The platform had to be technology provider agnostic in order to depend on no third-party services as well as generate no extra expenses on maintenance.
  • Marker recognition and AR scene display should perform smoothly. The markers should be securely locked to avoid flickering and be recognized stably in order to provide users with exceptional experience.
  • The platform under development needed to be highly scalable and endure high loads as well as ensure timely content delivery to the user.
  • The platform consists of multiple modules: back-end, front-end, iOS and Android mobile apps, third-party components. The developers had to ensure the interoperability of all modules.

Solution

To ensure future maintenance and support of the SDK, team at HQSoftware ensured that  third-party services are loosely coupled with the platform, and delivered custom middleware that would serve the purpose. The third-party services can be easily removed or replaced.

Working on module responsible for AR markers recognition, our engineers first conducted a research to find a framework that would suit the project’s needs. The AR framework was developed using Catchoom, and later Wikitude to recognize markers and add 3D objects into a 3D model. Thus, such an integration helped to avoid implementing two different frameworks for each of the modules under development. In addition, developers at HQSoftware integrated a Three.js-based AR scene editor XR Builder to manage and edit 3D objects. 

Outcome

Partnering with HQSoftware, the customer delivered a powerful augmented reality platform, which allows for launching interactive marker-based and markerless campaigns. Users can design complex AR experiences with no advanced technical skills required, put them into AR campaigns, configure and launch them. In addition, the system supports data analytics, geolocation and personalization features. Now, the system is able to handle high loads and automatically scale if needed. Thanks to the developed middleware, the third-party services can be easily replaced.

Read more about our AR and VR development services.

Check Out Other Works

See How We Approach Business Objectives

AR-Equipment-Maintenance

AR/VR: AR Mobile App for Equipment Maintenance

VR-simulator-for-drivers

AR/VR: Distorted Visuals Simulator for Drivers

voip-application

AR/VR: VoIP Application for Calls, Photos, and Drawing

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Attach File

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Sergei Vardomatski

CEO

Highlights

  • The platform allows for creating interactive marker-based and markerless AR campaigns.
  • The user is capable of adding AR content to the campaigns, including different audio, video, buttons, 3D and motion assets.
  • The platform boasts data analytics features, personalization capabilities, and the ability to show geolocation-based experiences.

Technologies Used: JavaScript, Brightree, Selenium WebDriver, MySQL, PHP, Tesseract OCR

Methodology: Agile

Quick Video About the Project

Customer

Headquartered in Illinois, the company is a provider of AR-infused solutions. The customer’s major product is a platform that allows for building AR-based applications, launching AR-powered campaigns, as well as storing and managing the created content in the cloud.

Need

The idea was born out of the fact that transactional printing produces bank receipts and similar paper reports, and these pieces of data can be augmented and personalized to give people an individual and more entertaining experience.

The requirement was to develop a platform that will be capable of building interactive augmented reality campaigns. To achieve this, the customer cooperated with HQSoftware to implement the following features:

  • AR markers recognition on scanning an image (marker-based AR)

b92d2 clip 226kb

  • Markerless experiences
  • Building complex 3D scenes with audio, video, buttons, 3D, and motion assets with no technical skills required
  • Allowing for creating personalized content
  • Supporting geolocation

b31a5 clip 209kb Copy

  • Supporting analytics, for example allowing to monitor marketing-related and user-sensitive data, such as button click ratio

4dbad clip 109kb

Challenges

Under the project, the development team had to address the following issues:

  • The platform had to be technology provider agnostic in order to depend on no third-party services as well as generate no extra expenses on maintenance.
  • Marker recognition and AR scene display should perform smoothly. The markers should be securely locked to avoid flickering and be recognized stably in order to provide users with exceptional experience.
  • The platform under development needed to be highly scalable and endure high loads as well as ensure timely content delivery to the user.
  • The platform consists of multiple modules: back-end, front-end, iOS and Android mobile apps, third-party components. The developers had to ensure the interoperability of all modules.

Solution

To ensure future maintenance and support of the SDK, team at HQSoftware ensured that  third-party services are loosely coupled with the platform, and delivered custom middleware that would serve the purpose. The third-party services can be easily removed or replaced.

Working on module responsible for AR markers recognition, our engineers first conducted a research to find a framework that would suit the project’s needs. The AR framework was developed using Catchoom, and later Wikitude to recognize markers and add 3D objects into a 3D model. Thus, such an integration helped to avoid implementing two different frameworks for each of the modules under development. In addition, developers at HQSoftware integrated a Three.js-based AR scene editor XR Builder to manage and edit 3D objects. 

Outcome

Partnering with HQSoftware, the customer delivered a powerful augmented reality platform, which allows for launching interactive marker-based and markerless campaigns. Users can design complex AR experiences with no advanced technical skills required, put them into AR campaigns, configure and launch them. In addition, the system supports data analytics, geolocation and personalization features. Now, the system is able to handle high loads and automatically scale if needed. Thanks to the developed middleware, the third-party services can be easily replaced.

Read more about our AR and VR development services.

Check Out Other Works

See How We Approach Business Objectives

AR-Equipment-Maintenance

AR/VR: AR Mobile App for Equipment Maintenance

VR-simulator-for-drivers

AR/VR: Distorted Visuals Simulator for Drivers

voip-application

AR/VR: VoIP Application for Calls, Photos, and Drawing

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Sergei Vardomatski

CEO

Highlights

  • The platform allows for creating interactive marker-based and markerless AR campaigns.
  • The user is capable of adding AR content to the campaigns, including different audio, video, buttons, 3D and motion assets.
  • The platform boasts data analytics features, personalization capabilities, and the ability to show geolocation-based experiences.

Technologies Used: Xero API, JavaScript, iTextSharp library, ASP.NET MVC, ASP.Net Core, Microsoft Dynamics CRM, T-SQL, Azure Functions, SSRS, Knockout, Microsoft SharePoint, Entity, C#, SQL Server, ASP.NET Web API

Methodology: Agile

Quick Video About the Project

Customer

Headquartered in Illinois, the company is a provider of AR-infused solutions. The customer’s major product is a platform that allows for building AR-based applications, launching AR-powered campaigns, as well as storing and managing the created content in the cloud.

Need

The idea was born out of the fact that transactional printing produces bank receipts and similar paper reports, and these pieces of data can be augmented and personalized to give people an individual and more entertaining experience.

The requirement was to develop a platform that will be capable of building interactive augmented reality campaigns. To achieve this, the customer cooperated with HQSoftware to implement the following features:

  • AR markers recognition on scanning an image (marker-based AR)

b92d2 clip 226kb

  • Markerless experiences
  • Building complex 3D scenes with audio, video, buttons, 3D, and motion assets with no technical skills required
  • Allowing for creating personalized content
  • Supporting geolocation

b31a5 clip 209kb Copy

  • Supporting analytics, for example allowing to monitor marketing-related and user-sensitive data, such as button click ratio

4dbad clip 109kb

Challenges

Under the project, the development team had to address the following issues:

  • The platform had to be technology provider agnostic in order to depend on no third-party services as well as generate no extra expenses on maintenance.
  • Marker recognition and AR scene display should perform smoothly. The markers should be securely locked to avoid flickering and be recognized stably in order to provide users with exceptional experience.
  • The platform under development needed to be highly scalable and endure high loads as well as ensure timely content delivery to the user.
  • The platform consists of multiple modules: back-end, front-end, iOS and Android mobile apps, third-party components. The developers had to ensure the interoperability of all modules.

Solution

To ensure future maintenance and support of the SDK, team at HQSoftware ensured that  third-party services are loosely coupled with the platform, and delivered custom middleware that would serve the purpose. The third-party services can be easily removed or replaced.

Working on module responsible for AR markers recognition, our engineers first conducted a research to find a framework that would suit the project’s needs. The AR framework was developed using Catchoom, and later Wikitude to recognize markers and add 3D objects into a 3D model. Thus, such an integration helped to avoid implementing two different frameworks for each of the modules under development. In addition, developers at HQSoftware integrated a Three.js-based AR scene editor XR Builder to manage and edit 3D objects. 

Outcome

Partnering with HQSoftware, the customer delivered a powerful augmented reality platform, which allows for launching interactive marker-based and markerless campaigns. Users can design complex AR experiences with no advanced technical skills required, put them into AR campaigns, configure and launch them. In addition, the system supports data analytics, geolocation and personalization features. Now, the system is able to handle high loads and automatically scale if needed. Thanks to the developed middleware, the third-party services can be easily replaced.

Read more about our AR and VR development services.

Check Out Other Works

See How We Approach Business Objectives

AR-Equipment-Maintenance

AR/VR: AR Mobile App for Equipment Maintenance

VR-simulator-for-drivers

AR/VR: Distorted Visuals Simulator for Drivers

voip-application

AR/VR: VoIP Application for Calls, Photos, and Drawing

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*Required Fieds
Attach File

Let’s talk about your business needs and figure out the best solution. Just fill in this form and get a free individual proposal from your personal manager.

Sergei Vardomatski

CEO

Highlights

  • The platform allows for creating interactive marker-based and markerless AR campaigns.
  • The user is capable of adding AR content to the campaigns, including different audio, video, buttons, 3D and motion assets.
  • The platform boasts data analytics features, personalization capabilities, and the ability to show geolocation-based experiences.

Technologies Used: JavaScript, Highcharts, PostgreSQL, Apache, PHP, Polymer Project, Node.js, Knockout, Java, Caplin Platform, MySQL

Methodology: Agile

Quick Video About the Project

Customer

Headquartered in Illinois, the company is a provider of AR-infused solutions. The customer’s major product is a platform that allows for building AR-based applications, launching AR-powered campaigns, as well as storing and managing the created content in the cloud.

Need

The idea was born out of the fact that transactional printing produces bank receipts and similar paper reports, and these pieces of data can be augmented and personalized to give people an individual and more entertaining experience.

The requirement was to develop a platform that will be capable of building interactive augmented reality campaigns. To achieve this, the customer cooperated with HQSoftware to implement the following features:

  • AR markers recognition on scanning an image (marker-based AR)

b92d2 clip 226kb

  • Markerless experiences
  • Building complex 3D scenes with audio, video, buttons, 3D, and motion assets with no technical skills required
  • Allowing for creating personalized content
  • Supporting geolocation

b31a5 clip 209kb Copy

  • Supporting analytics, for example allowing to monitor marketing-related and user-sensitive data, such as button click ratio

4dbad clip 109kb

Challenges

Under the project, the development team had to address the following issues:

  • The platform had to be technology provider agnostic in order to depend on no third-party services as well as generate no extra expenses on maintenance.
  • Marker recognition and AR scene display should perform smoothly. The markers should be securely locked to avoid flickering and be recognized stably in order to provide users with exceptional experience.
  • The platform under development needed to be highly scalable and endure high loads as well as ensure timely content delivery to the user.
  • The platform consists of multiple modules: back-end, front-end, iOS and Android mobile apps, third-party components. The developers had to ensure the interoperability of all modules.

Solution

To ensure future maintenance and support of the SDK, team at HQSoftware ensured that  third-party services are loosely coupled with the platform, and delivered custom middleware that would serve the purpose. The third-party services can be easily removed or replaced.

Working on module responsible for AR markers recognition, our engineers first conducted a research to find a framework that would suit the project’s needs. The AR framework was developed using Catchoom, and later Wikitude to recognize markers and add 3D objects into a 3D model. Thus, such an integration helped to avoid implementing two different frameworks for each of the modules under development. In addition, developers at HQSoftware integrated a Three.js-based AR scene editor XR Builder to manage and edit 3D objects. 

Outcome

Partnering with HQSoftware, the customer delivered a powerful augmented reality platform, which allows for launching interactive marker-based and markerless campaigns. Users can design complex AR experiences with no advanced technical skills required, put them into AR campaigns, configure and launch them. In addition, the system supports data analytics, geolocation and personalization features. Now, the system is able to handle high loads and automatically scale if needed. Thanks to the developed middleware, the third-party services can be easily replaced.

Read more about our AR and VR development services.

Check Out Other Works

See How We Approach Business Objectives

AR-Equipment-Maintenance

AR/VR: AR Mobile App for Equipment Maintenance

VR-simulator-for-drivers

AR/VR: Distorted Visuals Simulator for Drivers

voip-application

AR/VR: VoIP Application for Calls, Photos, and Drawing

Kick Off With Your Project Today









*Required Fieds
Attach File

Let’s talk about your business needs and figure out the best solution. Just fill in this form and get a free individual proposal from your personal manager.

Sergei Vardomatski

CEO

Highlights

  • The platform allows for creating interactive marker-based and markerless AR campaigns.
  • The user is capable of adding AR content to the campaigns, including different audio, video, buttons, 3D and motion assets.
  • The platform boasts data analytics features, personalization capabilities, and the ability to show geolocation-based experiences.

Technologies Used: JavaScript, ECMAScript, TypeScript, Angular, Node.js

Methodology: Agile

Quick Video About the Project

Customer

Headquartered in Illinois, the company is a provider of AR-infused solutions. The customer’s major product is a platform that allows for building AR-based applications, launching AR-powered campaigns, as well as storing and managing the created content in the cloud.

Need

The idea was born out of the fact that transactional printing produces bank receipts and similar paper reports, and these pieces of data can be augmented and personalized to give people an individual and more entertaining experience.

The requirement was to develop a platform that will be capable of building interactive augmented reality campaigns. To achieve this, the customer cooperated with HQSoftware to implement the following features:

  • AR markers recognition on scanning an image (marker-based AR)

b92d2 clip 226kb

  • Markerless experiences
  • Building complex 3D scenes with audio, video, buttons, 3D, and motion assets with no technical skills required
  • Allowing for creating personalized content
  • Supporting geolocation

b31a5 clip 209kb Copy

  • Supporting analytics, for example allowing to monitor marketing-related and user-sensitive data, such as button click ratio

4dbad clip 109kb

Challenges

Under the project, the development team had to address the following issues:

  • The platform had to be technology provider agnostic in order to depend on no third-party services as well as generate no extra expenses on maintenance.
  • Marker recognition and AR scene display should perform smoothly. The markers should be securely locked to avoid flickering and be recognized stably in order to provide users with exceptional experience.
  • The platform under development needed to be highly scalable and endure high loads as well as ensure timely content delivery to the user.
  • The platform consists of multiple modules: back-end, front-end, iOS and Android mobile apps, third-party components. The developers had to ensure the interoperability of all modules.

Solution

To ensure future maintenance and support of the SDK, team at HQSoftware ensured that  third-party services are loosely coupled with the platform, and delivered custom middleware that would serve the purpose. The third-party services can be easily removed or replaced.

Working on module responsible for AR markers recognition, our engineers first conducted a research to find a framework that would suit the project’s needs. The AR framework was developed using Catchoom, and later Wikitude to recognize markers and add 3D objects into a 3D model. Thus, such an integration helped to avoid implementing two different frameworks for each of the modules under development. In addition, developers at HQSoftware integrated a Three.js-based AR scene editor XR Builder to manage and edit 3D objects. 

Outcome

Partnering with HQSoftware, the customer delivered a powerful augmented reality platform, which allows for launching interactive marker-based and markerless campaigns. Users can design complex AR experiences with no advanced technical skills required, put them into AR campaigns, configure and launch them. In addition, the system supports data analytics, geolocation and personalization features. Now, the system is able to handle high loads and automatically scale if needed. Thanks to the developed middleware, the third-party services can be easily replaced.

Read more about our AR and VR development services.

Check Out Other Works

See How We Approach Business Objectives

AR-Equipment-Maintenance

AR/VR: AR Mobile App for Equipment Maintenance

VR-simulator-for-drivers

AR/VR: Distorted Visuals Simulator for Drivers

voip-application

AR/VR: VoIP Application for Calls, Photos, and Drawing

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Sergei Vardomatski

CEO

Highlights

  • The platform allows for creating interactive marker-based and markerless AR campaigns.
  • The user is capable of adding AR content to the campaigns, including different audio, video, buttons, 3D and motion assets.
  • The platform boasts data analytics features, personalization capabilities, and the ability to show geolocation-based experiences.

Technologies Used: JavaScript, Laravel, Bootstrap, Angular, PHP, Knockout

Methodology: Agile

Quick Video About the Project

Customer

Headquartered in Illinois, the company is a provider of AR-infused solutions. The customer’s major product is a platform that allows for building AR-based applications, launching AR-powered campaigns, as well as storing and managing the created content in the cloud.

Need

The idea was born out of the fact that transactional printing produces bank receipts and similar paper reports, and these pieces of data can be augmented and personalized to give people an individual and more entertaining experience.

The requirement was to develop a platform that will be capable of building interactive augmented reality campaigns. To achieve this, the customer cooperated with HQSoftware to implement the following features:

  • AR markers recognition on scanning an image (marker-based AR)

b92d2 clip 226kb

  • Markerless experiences
  • Building complex 3D scenes with audio, video, buttons, 3D, and motion assets with no technical skills required
  • Allowing for creating personalized content
  • Supporting geolocation

b31a5 clip 209kb Copy

  • Supporting analytics, for example allowing to monitor marketing-related and user-sensitive data, such as button click ratio

4dbad clip 109kb

Challenges

Under the project, the development team had to address the following issues:

  • The platform had to be technology provider agnostic in order to depend on no third-party services as well as generate no extra expenses on maintenance.
  • Marker recognition and AR scene display should perform smoothly. The markers should be securely locked to avoid flickering and be recognized stably in order to provide users with exceptional experience.
  • The platform under development needed to be highly scalable and endure high loads as well as ensure timely content delivery to the user.
  • The platform consists of multiple modules: back-end, front-end, iOS and Android mobile apps, third-party components. The developers had to ensure the interoperability of all modules.

Solution

To ensure future maintenance and support of the SDK, team at HQSoftware ensured that  third-party services are loosely coupled with the platform, and delivered custom middleware that would serve the purpose. The third-party services can be easily removed or replaced.

Working on module responsible for AR markers recognition, our engineers first conducted a research to find a framework that would suit the project’s needs. The AR framework was developed using Catchoom, and later Wikitude to recognize markers and add 3D objects into a 3D model. Thus, such an integration helped to avoid implementing two different frameworks for each of the modules under development. In addition, developers at HQSoftware integrated a Three.js-based AR scene editor XR Builder to manage and edit 3D objects. 

Outcome

Partnering with HQSoftware, the customer delivered a powerful augmented reality platform, which allows for launching interactive marker-based and markerless campaigns. Users can design complex AR experiences with no advanced technical skills required, put them into AR campaigns, configure and launch them. In addition, the system supports data analytics, geolocation and personalization features. Now, the system is able to handle high loads and automatically scale if needed. Thanks to the developed middleware, the third-party services can be easily replaced.

Read more about our AR and VR development services.

Check Out Other Works

See How We Approach Business Objectives

AR-Equipment-Maintenance

AR/VR: AR Mobile App for Equipment Maintenance

VR-simulator-for-drivers

AR/VR: Distorted Visuals Simulator for Drivers

voip-application

AR/VR: VoIP Application for Calls, Photos, and Drawing

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Sergei Vardomatski

CEO

Highlights

  • The platform allows for creating interactive marker-based and markerless AR campaigns.
  • The user is capable of adding AR content to the campaigns, including different audio, video, buttons, 3D and motion assets.
  • The platform boasts data analytics features, personalization capabilities, and the ability to show geolocation-based experiences.

Technologies Used: JavaScript, Rapidis SDK, .NET, Google Maps, MySQL, Amazon Web Services, C#, Microsoft IIS, Angular, ASP.NET MVC

Methodology: Agile

Quick Video About the Project

Customer

Headquartered in Illinois, the company is a provider of AR-infused solutions. The customer’s major product is a platform that allows for building AR-based applications, launching AR-powered campaigns, as well as storing and managing the created content in the cloud.

Need

The idea was born out of the fact that transactional printing produces bank receipts and similar paper reports, and these pieces of data can be augmented and personalized to give people an individual and more entertaining experience.

The requirement was to develop a platform that will be capable of building interactive augmented reality campaigns. To achieve this, the customer cooperated with HQSoftware to implement the following features:

  • AR markers recognition on scanning an image (marker-based AR)

b92d2 clip 226kb

  • Markerless experiences
  • Building complex 3D scenes with audio, video, buttons, 3D, and motion assets with no technical skills required
  • Allowing for creating personalized content
  • Supporting geolocation

b31a5 clip 209kb Copy

  • Supporting analytics, for example allowing to monitor marketing-related and user-sensitive data, such as button click ratio

4dbad clip 109kb

Challenges

Under the project, the development team had to address the following issues:

  • The platform had to be technology provider agnostic in order to depend on no third-party services as well as generate no extra expenses on maintenance.
  • Marker recognition and AR scene display should perform smoothly. The markers should be securely locked to avoid flickering and be recognized stably in order to provide users with exceptional experience.
  • The platform under development needed to be highly scalable and endure high loads as well as ensure timely content delivery to the user.
  • The platform consists of multiple modules: back-end, front-end, iOS and Android mobile apps, third-party components. The developers had to ensure the interoperability of all modules.

Solution

To ensure future maintenance and support of the SDK, team at HQSoftware ensured that  third-party services are loosely coupled with the platform, and delivered custom middleware that would serve the purpose. The third-party services can be easily removed or replaced.

Working on module responsible for AR markers recognition, our engineers first conducted a research to find a framework that would suit the project’s needs. The AR framework was developed using Catchoom, and later Wikitude to recognize markers and add 3D objects into a 3D model. Thus, such an integration helped to avoid implementing two different frameworks for each of the modules under development. In addition, developers at HQSoftware integrated a Three.js-based AR scene editor XR Builder to manage and edit 3D objects. 

Outcome

Partnering with HQSoftware, the customer delivered a powerful augmented reality platform, which allows for launching interactive marker-based and markerless campaigns. Users can design complex AR experiences with no advanced technical skills required, put them into AR campaigns, configure and launch them. In addition, the system supports data analytics, geolocation and personalization features. Now, the system is able to handle high loads and automatically scale if needed. Thanks to the developed middleware, the third-party services can be easily replaced.

Read more about our AR and VR development services.

Check Out Other Works

See How We Approach Business Objectives

AR-Equipment-Maintenance

AR/VR: AR Mobile App for Equipment Maintenance

VR-simulator-for-drivers

AR/VR: Distorted Visuals Simulator for Drivers

voip-application

AR/VR: VoIP Application for Calls, Photos, and Drawing

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*Required Fieds
Attach File

Let’s talk about your business needs and figure out the best solution. Just fill in this form and get a free individual proposal from your personal manager.

Sergei Vardomatski

CEO

Highlights

  • The platform allows for creating interactive marker-based and markerless AR campaigns.
  • The user is capable of adding AR content to the campaigns, including different audio, video, buttons, 3D and motion assets.
  • The platform boasts data analytics features, personalization capabilities, and the ability to show geolocation-based experiences.

Technologies Used: JavaScript, Knockout, Bitnami WordPress image, Bootstrap, Amazon EC2, MySQL, Highcharts, PHP, WordPress

Methodology: Agile

Quick Video About the Project

Customer

Headquartered in Illinois, the company is a provider of AR-infused solutions. The customer’s major product is a platform that allows for building AR-based applications, launching AR-powered campaigns, as well as storing and managing the created content in the cloud.

Need

The idea was born out of the fact that transactional printing produces bank receipts and similar paper reports, and these pieces of data can be augmented and personalized to give people an individual and more entertaining experience.

The requirement was to develop a platform that will be capable of building interactive augmented reality campaigns. To achieve this, the customer cooperated with HQSoftware to implement the following features:

  • AR markers recognition on scanning an image (marker-based AR)

b92d2 clip 226kb

  • Markerless experiences
  • Building complex 3D scenes with audio, video, buttons, 3D, and motion assets with no technical skills required
  • Allowing for creating personalized content
  • Supporting geolocation

b31a5 clip 209kb Copy

  • Supporting analytics, for example allowing to monitor marketing-related and user-sensitive data, such as button click ratio

4dbad clip 109kb

Challenges

Under the project, the development team had to address the following issues:

  • The platform had to be technology provider agnostic in order to depend on no third-party services as well as generate no extra expenses on maintenance.
  • Marker recognition and AR scene display should perform smoothly. The markers should be securely locked to avoid flickering and be recognized stably in order to provide users with exceptional experience.
  • The platform under development needed to be highly scalable and endure high loads as well as ensure timely content delivery to the user.
  • The platform consists of multiple modules: back-end, front-end, iOS and Android mobile apps, third-party components. The developers had to ensure the interoperability of all modules.

Solution

To ensure future maintenance and support of the SDK, team at HQSoftware ensured that  third-party services are loosely coupled with the platform, and delivered custom middleware that would serve the purpose. The third-party services can be easily removed or replaced.

Working on module responsible for AR markers recognition, our engineers first conducted a research to find a framework that would suit the project’s needs. The AR framework was developed using Catchoom, and later Wikitude to recognize markers and add 3D objects into a 3D model. Thus, such an integration helped to avoid implementing two different frameworks for each of the modules under development. In addition, developers at HQSoftware integrated a Three.js-based AR scene editor XR Builder to manage and edit 3D objects. 

Outcome

Partnering with HQSoftware, the customer delivered a powerful augmented reality platform, which allows for launching interactive marker-based and markerless campaigns. Users can design complex AR experiences with no advanced technical skills required, put them into AR campaigns, configure and launch them. In addition, the system supports data analytics, geolocation and personalization features. Now, the system is able to handle high loads and automatically scale if needed. Thanks to the developed middleware, the third-party services can be easily replaced.

Read more about our AR and VR development services.

Check Out Other Works

See How We Approach Business Objectives

AR-Equipment-Maintenance

AR/VR: AR Mobile App for Equipment Maintenance

VR-simulator-for-drivers

AR/VR: Distorted Visuals Simulator for Drivers

voip-application

AR/VR: VoIP Application for Calls, Photos, and Drawing

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*Required Fieds
Attach File

Let’s talk about your business needs and figure out the best solution. Just fill in this form and get a free individual proposal from your personal manager.

Sergei Vardomatski

CEO

Highlights

  • The platform allows for creating interactive marker-based and markerless AR campaigns.
  • The user is capable of adding AR content to the campaigns, including different audio, video, buttons, 3D and motion assets.
  • The platform boasts data analytics features, personalization capabilities, and the ability to show geolocation-based experiences.

Technologies Used: JavaScript, EpPlus, Ionic, Microsoft SQL Server, jQuery, ASP.NET MVC, MySQL, CSS3, PHP, NopCommerce, HTML5

Methodology: Agile

Quick Video About the Project

Customer

Headquartered in Illinois, the company is a provider of AR-infused solutions. The customer’s major product is a platform that allows for building AR-based applications, launching AR-powered campaigns, as well as storing and managing the created content in the cloud.

Need

The idea was born out of the fact that transactional printing produces bank receipts and similar paper reports, and these pieces of data can be augmented and personalized to give people an individual and more entertaining experience.

The requirement was to develop a platform that will be capable of building interactive augmented reality campaigns. To achieve this, the customer cooperated with HQSoftware to implement the following features:

  • AR markers recognition on scanning an image (marker-based AR)

b92d2 clip 226kb

  • Markerless experiences
  • Building complex 3D scenes with audio, video, buttons, 3D, and motion assets with no technical skills required
  • Allowing for creating personalized content
  • Supporting geolocation

b31a5 clip 209kb Copy

  • Supporting analytics, for example allowing to monitor marketing-related and user-sensitive data, such as button click ratio

4dbad clip 109kb

Challenges

Under the project, the development team had to address the following issues:

  • The platform had to be technology provider agnostic in order to depend on no third-party services as well as generate no extra expenses on maintenance.
  • Marker recognition and AR scene display should perform smoothly. The markers should be securely locked to avoid flickering and be recognized stably in order to provide users with exceptional experience.
  • The platform under development needed to be highly scalable and endure high loads as well as ensure timely content delivery to the user.
  • The platform consists of multiple modules: back-end, front-end, iOS and Android mobile apps, third-party components. The developers had to ensure the interoperability of all modules.

Solution

To ensure future maintenance and support of the SDK, team at HQSoftware ensured that  third-party services are loosely coupled with the platform, and delivered custom middleware that would serve the purpose. The third-party services can be easily removed or replaced.

Working on module responsible for AR markers recognition, our engineers first conducted a research to find a framework that would suit the project’s needs. The AR framework was developed using Catchoom, and later Wikitude to recognize markers and add 3D objects into a 3D model. Thus, such an integration helped to avoid implementing two different frameworks for each of the modules under development. In addition, developers at HQSoftware integrated a Three.js-based AR scene editor XR Builder to manage and edit 3D objects. 

Outcome

Partnering with HQSoftware, the customer delivered a powerful augmented reality platform, which allows for launching interactive marker-based and markerless campaigns. Users can design complex AR experiences with no advanced technical skills required, put them into AR campaigns, configure and launch them. In addition, the system supports data analytics, geolocation and personalization features. Now, the system is able to handle high loads and automatically scale if needed. Thanks to the developed middleware, the third-party services can be easily replaced.

Read more about our AR and VR development services.

Check Out Other Works

See How We Approach Business Objectives

AR-Equipment-Maintenance

AR/VR: AR Mobile App for Equipment Maintenance

VR-simulator-for-drivers

AR/VR: Distorted Visuals Simulator for Drivers

voip-application

AR/VR: VoIP Application for Calls, Photos, and Drawing

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*Required Fieds
Attach File

Let’s talk about your business needs and figure out the best solution. Just fill in this form and get a free individual proposal from your personal manager.

Sergei Vardomatski

CEO

Highlights

  • The platform allows for creating interactive marker-based and markerless AR campaigns.
  • The user is capable of adding AR content to the campaigns, including different audio, video, buttons, 3D and motion assets.
  • The platform boasts data analytics features, personalization capabilities, and the ability to show geolocation-based experiences.

Technologies Used: JavaScript, CSS3, HTML5, Mandrill, MongoDB, JSON, Node.js, Debian

Methodology: Agile

Quick Video About the Project

Customer

Headquartered in Illinois, the company is a provider of AR-infused solutions. The customer’s major product is a platform that allows for building AR-based applications, launching AR-powered campaigns, as well as storing and managing the created content in the cloud.

Need

The idea was born out of the fact that transactional printing produces bank receipts and similar paper reports, and these pieces of data can be augmented and personalized to give people an individual and more entertaining experience.

The requirement was to develop a platform that will be capable of building interactive augmented reality campaigns. To achieve this, the customer cooperated with HQSoftware to implement the following features:

  • AR markers recognition on scanning an image (marker-based AR)

b92d2 clip 226kb

  • Markerless experiences
  • Building complex 3D scenes with audio, video, buttons, 3D, and motion assets with no technical skills required
  • Allowing for creating personalized content
  • Supporting geolocation

b31a5 clip 209kb Copy

  • Supporting analytics, for example allowing to monitor marketing-related and user-sensitive data, such as button click ratio

4dbad clip 109kb

Challenges

Under the project, the development team had to address the following issues:

  • The platform had to be technology provider agnostic in order to depend on no third-party services as well as generate no extra expenses on maintenance.
  • Marker recognition and AR scene display should perform smoothly. The markers should be securely locked to avoid flickering and be recognized stably in order to provide users with exceptional experience.
  • The platform under development needed to be highly scalable and endure high loads as well as ensure timely content delivery to the user.
  • The platform consists of multiple modules: back-end, front-end, iOS and Android mobile apps, third-party components. The developers had to ensure the interoperability of all modules.

Solution

To ensure future maintenance and support of the SDK, team at HQSoftware ensured that  third-party services are loosely coupled with the platform, and delivered custom middleware that would serve the purpose. The third-party services can be easily removed or replaced.

Working on module responsible for AR markers recognition, our engineers first conducted a research to find a framework that would suit the project’s needs. The AR framework was developed using Catchoom, and later Wikitude to recognize markers and add 3D objects into a 3D model. Thus, such an integration helped to avoid implementing two different frameworks for each of the modules under development. In addition, developers at HQSoftware integrated a Three.js-based AR scene editor XR Builder to manage and edit 3D objects. 

Outcome

Partnering with HQSoftware, the customer delivered a powerful augmented reality platform, which allows for launching interactive marker-based and markerless campaigns. Users can design complex AR experiences with no advanced technical skills required, put them into AR campaigns, configure and launch them. In addition, the system supports data analytics, geolocation and personalization features. Now, the system is able to handle high loads and automatically scale if needed. Thanks to the developed middleware, the third-party services can be easily replaced.

Read more about our AR and VR development services.

Check Out Other Works

See How We Approach Business Objectives

AR-Equipment-Maintenance

AR/VR: AR Mobile App for Equipment Maintenance

VR-simulator-for-drivers

AR/VR: Distorted Visuals Simulator for Drivers

voip-application

AR/VR: VoIP Application for Calls, Photos, and Drawing

Kick Off With Your Project Today









*Required Fieds
Attach File

Let’s talk about your business needs and figure out the best solution. Just fill in this form and get a free individual proposal from your personal manager.

Sergei Vardomatski

CEO

Highlights

  • The platform allows for creating interactive marker-based and markerless AR campaigns.
  • The user is capable of adding AR content to the campaigns, including different audio, video, buttons, 3D and motion assets.
  • The platform boasts data analytics features, personalization capabilities, and the ability to show geolocation-based experiences.

Technologies Used: JavaScript, CodeIgniter, Wowza, jQuery, PHP, Bitmovin

Methodology: Agile

Quick Video About the Project

Customer

Headquartered in Illinois, the company is a provider of AR-infused solutions. The customer’s major product is a platform that allows for building AR-based applications, launching AR-powered campaigns, as well as storing and managing the created content in the cloud.

Need

The idea was born out of the fact that transactional printing produces bank receipts and similar paper reports, and these pieces of data can be augmented and personalized to give people an individual and more entertaining experience.

The requirement was to develop a platform that will be capable of building interactive augmented reality campaigns. To achieve this, the customer cooperated with HQSoftware to implement the following features:

  • AR markers recognition on scanning an image (marker-based AR)

b92d2 clip 226kb

  • Markerless experiences
  • Building complex 3D scenes with audio, video, buttons, 3D, and motion assets with no technical skills required
  • Allowing for creating personalized content
  • Supporting geolocation

b31a5 clip 209kb Copy

  • Supporting analytics, for example allowing to monitor marketing-related and user-sensitive data, such as button click ratio

4dbad clip 109kb

Challenges

Under the project, the development team had to address the following issues:

  • The platform had to be technology provider agnostic in order to depend on no third-party services as well as generate no extra expenses on maintenance.
  • Marker recognition and AR scene display should perform smoothly. The markers should be securely locked to avoid flickering and be recognized stably in order to provide users with exceptional experience.
  • The platform under development needed to be highly scalable and endure high loads as well as ensure timely content delivery to the user.
  • The platform consists of multiple modules: back-end, front-end, iOS and Android mobile apps, third-party components. The developers had to ensure the interoperability of all modules.

Solution

To ensure future maintenance and support of the SDK, team at HQSoftware ensured that  third-party services are loosely coupled with the platform, and delivered custom middleware that would serve the purpose. The third-party services can be easily removed or replaced.

Working on module responsible for AR markers recognition, our engineers first conducted a research to find a framework that would suit the project’s needs. The AR framework was developed using Catchoom, and later Wikitude to recognize markers and add 3D objects into a 3D model. Thus, such an integration helped to avoid implementing two different frameworks for each of the modules under development. In addition, developers at HQSoftware integrated a Three.js-based AR scene editor XR Builder to manage and edit 3D objects. 

Outcome

Partnering with HQSoftware, the customer delivered a powerful augmented reality platform, which allows for launching interactive marker-based and markerless campaigns. Users can design complex AR experiences with no advanced technical skills required, put them into AR campaigns, configure and launch them. In addition, the system supports data analytics, geolocation and personalization features. Now, the system is able to handle high loads and automatically scale if needed. Thanks to the developed middleware, the third-party services can be easily replaced.

Read more about our AR and VR development services.

Check Out Other Works

See How We Approach Business Objectives

AR-Equipment-Maintenance

AR/VR: AR Mobile App for Equipment Maintenance

VR-simulator-for-drivers

AR/VR: Distorted Visuals Simulator for Drivers

voip-application

AR/VR: VoIP Application for Calls, Photos, and Drawing

Kick Off With Your Project Today









*Required Fieds
Attach File

Let’s talk about your business needs and figure out the best solution. Just fill in this form and get a free individual proposal from your personal manager.

Sergei Vardomatski

CEO

Highlights

  • The platform allows for creating interactive marker-based and markerless AR campaigns.
  • The user is capable of adding AR content to the campaigns, including different audio, video, buttons, 3D and motion assets.
  • The platform boasts data analytics features, personalization capabilities, and the ability to show geolocation-based experiences.

Technologies Used: JavaScript, OLAP Cubes, XMLA, Xmla4.js, Mondrian, D3.js, Apache Cordova, Saiku, Python, Web SQL, MDX

Methodology: Agile

Quick Video About the Project

Customer

Headquartered in Illinois, the company is a provider of AR-infused solutions. The customer’s major product is a platform that allows for building AR-based applications, launching AR-powered campaigns, as well as storing and managing the created content in the cloud.

Need

The idea was born out of the fact that transactional printing produces bank receipts and similar paper reports, and these pieces of data can be augmented and personalized to give people an individual and more entertaining experience.

The requirement was to develop a platform that will be capable of building interactive augmented reality campaigns. To achieve this, the customer cooperated with HQSoftware to implement the following features:

  • AR markers recognition on scanning an image (marker-based AR)

b92d2 clip 226kb

  • Markerless experiences
  • Building complex 3D scenes with audio, video, buttons, 3D, and motion assets with no technical skills required
  • Allowing for creating personalized content
  • Supporting geolocation

b31a5 clip 209kb Copy

  • Supporting analytics, for example allowing to monitor marketing-related and user-sensitive data, such as button click ratio

4dbad clip 109kb

Challenges

Under the project, the development team had to address the following issues:

  • The platform had to be technology provider agnostic in order to depend on no third-party services as well as generate no extra expenses on maintenance.
  • Marker recognition and AR scene display should perform smoothly. The markers should be securely locked to avoid flickering and be recognized stably in order to provide users with exceptional experience.
  • The platform under development needed to be highly scalable and endure high loads as well as ensure timely content delivery to the user.
  • The platform consists of multiple modules: back-end, front-end, iOS and Android mobile apps, third-party components. The developers had to ensure the interoperability of all modules.

Solution

To ensure future maintenance and support of the SDK, team at HQSoftware ensured that  third-party services are loosely coupled with the platform, and delivered custom middleware that would serve the purpose. The third-party services can be easily removed or replaced.

Working on module responsible for AR markers recognition, our engineers first conducted a research to find a framework that would suit the project’s needs. The AR framework was developed using Catchoom, and later Wikitude to recognize markers and add 3D objects into a 3D model. Thus, such an integration helped to avoid implementing two different frameworks for each of the modules under development. In addition, developers at HQSoftware integrated a Three.js-based AR scene editor XR Builder to manage and edit 3D objects. 

Outcome

Partnering with HQSoftware, the customer delivered a powerful augmented reality platform, which allows for launching interactive marker-based and markerless campaigns. Users can design complex AR experiences with no advanced technical skills required, put them into AR campaigns, configure and launch them. In addition, the system supports data analytics, geolocation and personalization features. Now, the system is able to handle high loads and automatically scale if needed. Thanks to the developed middleware, the third-party services can be easily replaced.

Read more about our AR and VR development services.

Check Out Other Works

See How We Approach Business Objectives

AR-Equipment-Maintenance

AR/VR: AR Mobile App for Equipment Maintenance

VR-simulator-for-drivers

AR/VR: Distorted Visuals Simulator for Drivers

voip-application

AR/VR: VoIP Application for Calls, Photos, and Drawing

Kick Off With Your Project Today









*Required Fieds
Attach File

Let’s talk about your business needs and figure out the best solution. Just fill in this form and get a free individual proposal from your personal manager.

Sergei Vardomatski

CEO

Highlights

  • The platform allows for creating interactive marker-based and markerless AR campaigns.
  • The user is capable of adding AR content to the campaigns, including different audio, video, buttons, 3D and motion assets.
  • The platform boasts data analytics features, personalization capabilities, and the ability to show geolocation-based experiences.

Technologies Used: JavaScript, CSS3, HTML5, jQuery, Node.js, LESS

Methodology: Agile

Quick Video About the Project

Customer

Headquartered in Illinois, the company is a provider of AR-infused solutions. The customer’s major product is a platform that allows for building AR-based applications, launching AR-powered campaigns, as well as storing and managing the created content in the cloud.

Need

The idea was born out of the fact that transactional printing produces bank receipts and similar paper reports, and these pieces of data can be augmented and personalized to give people an individual and more entertaining experience.

The requirement was to develop a platform that will be capable of building interactive augmented reality campaigns. To achieve this, the customer cooperated with HQSoftware to implement the following features:

  • AR markers recognition on scanning an image (marker-based AR)

b92d2 clip 226kb

  • Markerless experiences
  • Building complex 3D scenes with audio, video, buttons, 3D, and motion assets with no technical skills required
  • Allowing for creating personalized content
  • Supporting geolocation

b31a5 clip 209kb Copy

  • Supporting analytics, for example allowing to monitor marketing-related and user-sensitive data, such as button click ratio

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Challenges

Under the project, the development team had to address the following issues:

  • The platform had to be technology provider agnostic in order to depend on no third-party services as well as generate no extra expenses on maintenance.
  • Marker recognition and AR scene display should perform smoothly. The markers should be securely locked to avoid flickering and be recognized stably in order to provide users with exceptional experience.
  • The platform under development needed to be highly scalable and endure high loads as well as ensure timely content delivery to the user.
  • The platform consists of multiple modules: back-end, front-end, iOS and Android mobile apps, third-party components. The developers had to ensure the interoperability of all modules.

Solution

To ensure future maintenance and support of the SDK, team at HQSoftware ensured that  third-party services are loosely coupled with the platform, and delivered custom middleware that would serve the purpose. The third-party services can be easily removed or replaced.

Working on module responsible for AR markers recognition, our engineers first conducted a research to find a framework that would suit the project’s needs. The AR framework was developed using Catchoom, and later Wikitude to recognize markers and add 3D objects into a 3D model. Thus, such an integration helped to avoid implementing two different frameworks for each of the modules under development. In addition, developers at HQSoftware integrated a Three.js-based AR scene editor XR Builder to manage and edit 3D objects. 

Outcome

Partnering with HQSoftware, the customer delivered a powerful augmented reality platform, which allows for launching interactive marker-based and markerless campaigns. Users can design complex AR experiences with no advanced technical skills required, put them into AR campaigns, configure and launch them. In addition, the system supports data analytics, geolocation and personalization features. Now, the system is able to handle high loads and automatically scale if needed. Thanks to the developed middleware, the third-party services can be easily replaced.

Read more about our AR and VR development services.

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AR/VR: AR Mobile App for Equipment Maintenance

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AR/VR: Distorted Visuals Simulator for Drivers

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AR/VR: VoIP Application for Calls, Photos, and Drawing

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Highlights

  • The platform allows for creating interactive marker-based and markerless AR campaigns.
  • The user is capable of adding AR content to the campaigns, including different audio, video, buttons, 3D and motion assets.
  • The platform boasts data analytics features, personalization capabilities, and the ability to show geolocation-based experiences.

Technologies Used: JavaScript, Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0, .NET, jQuery, C#, Aspose.Words for .NET

Methodology: Agile

Quick Video About the Project

Customer

Headquartered in Illinois, the company is a provider of AR-infused solutions. The customer’s major product is a platform that allows for building AR-based applications, launching AR-powered campaigns, as well as storing and managing the created content in the cloud.

Need

The idea was born out of the fact that transactional printing produces bank receipts and similar paper reports, and these pieces of data can be augmented and personalized to give people an individual and more entertaining experience.

The requirement was to develop a platform that will be capable of building interactive augmented reality campaigns. To achieve this, the customer cooperated with HQSoftware to implement the following features:

  • AR markers recognition on scanning an image (marker-based AR)

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  • Markerless experiences
  • Building complex 3D scenes with audio, video, buttons, 3D, and motion assets with no technical skills required
  • Allowing for creating personalized content
  • Supporting geolocation

b31a5 clip 209kb Copy

  • Supporting analytics, for example allowing to monitor marketing-related and user-sensitive data, such as button click ratio

4dbad clip 109kb

Challenges

Under the project, the development team had to address the following issues:

  • The platform had to be technology provider agnostic in order to depend on no third-party services as well as generate no extra expenses on maintenance.
  • Marker recognition and AR scene display should perform smoothly. The markers should be securely locked to avoid flickering and be recognized stably in order to provide users with exceptional experience.
  • The platform under development needed to be highly scalable and endure high loads as well as ensure timely content delivery to the user.
  • The platform consists of multiple modules: back-end, front-end, iOS and Android mobile apps, third-party components. The developers had to ensure the interoperability of all modules.

Solution

To ensure future maintenance and support of the SDK, team at HQSoftware ensured that  third-party services are loosely coupled with the platform, and delivered custom middleware that would serve the purpose. The third-party services can be easily removed or replaced.

Working on module responsible for AR markers recognition, our engineers first conducted a research to find a framework that would suit the project’s needs. The AR framework was developed using Catchoom, and later Wikitude to recognize markers and add 3D objects into a 3D model. Thus, such an integration helped to avoid implementing two different frameworks for each of the modules under development. In addition, developers at HQSoftware integrated a Three.js-based AR scene editor XR Builder to manage and edit 3D objects. 

Outcome

Partnering with HQSoftware, the customer delivered a powerful augmented reality platform, which allows for launching interactive marker-based and markerless campaigns. Users can design complex AR experiences with no advanced technical skills required, put them into AR campaigns, configure and launch them. In addition, the system supports data analytics, geolocation and personalization features. Now, the system is able to handle high loads and automatically scale if needed. Thanks to the developed middleware, the third-party services can be easily replaced.

Read more about our AR and VR development services.

Check Out Other Works

See How We Approach Business Objectives

AR-Equipment-Maintenance

AR/VR: AR Mobile App for Equipment Maintenance

VR-simulator-for-drivers

AR/VR: Distorted Visuals Simulator for Drivers

voip-application

AR/VR: VoIP Application for Calls, Photos, and Drawing

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Let’s talk about your business needs and figure out the best solution. Just fill in this form and get a free individual proposal from your personal manager.

Sergei Vardomatski

CEO

Highlights

  • The platform allows for creating interactive marker-based and markerless AR campaigns.
  • The user is capable of adding AR content to the campaigns, including different audio, video, buttons, 3D and motion assets.
  • The platform boasts data analytics features, personalization capabilities, and the ability to show geolocation-based experiences.

Technologies Used: JavaScript, MS SQL, .NET, C#

Methodology: Agile

Quick Video About the Project

Customer

Headquartered in Illinois, the company is a provider of AR-infused solutions. The customer’s major product is a platform that allows for building AR-based applications, launching AR-powered campaigns, as well as storing and managing the created content in the cloud.

Need

The idea was born out of the fact that transactional printing produces bank receipts and similar paper reports, and these pieces of data can be augmented and personalized to give people an individual and more entertaining experience.

The requirement was to develop a platform that will be capable of building interactive augmented reality campaigns. To achieve this, the customer cooperated with HQSoftware to implement the following features:

  • AR markers recognition on scanning an image (marker-based AR)

b92d2 clip 226kb

  • Markerless experiences
  • Building complex 3D scenes with audio, video, buttons, 3D, and motion assets with no technical skills required
  • Allowing for creating personalized content
  • Supporting geolocation

b31a5 clip 209kb Copy

  • Supporting analytics, for example allowing to monitor marketing-related and user-sensitive data, such as button click ratio

4dbad clip 109kb

Challenges

Under the project, the development team had to address the following issues:

  • The platform had to be technology provider agnostic in order to depend on no third-party services as well as generate no extra expenses on maintenance.
  • Marker recognition and AR scene display should perform smoothly. The markers should be securely locked to avoid flickering and be recognized stably in order to provide users with exceptional experience.
  • The platform under development needed to be highly scalable and endure high loads as well as ensure timely content delivery to the user.
  • The platform consists of multiple modules: back-end, front-end, iOS and Android mobile apps, third-party components. The developers had to ensure the interoperability of all modules.

Solution

To ensure future maintenance and support of the SDK, team at HQSoftware ensured that  third-party services are loosely coupled with the platform, and delivered custom middleware that would serve the purpose. The third-party services can be easily removed or replaced.

Working on module responsible for AR markers recognition, our engineers first conducted a research to find a framework that would suit the project’s needs. The AR framework was developed using Catchoom, and later Wikitude to recognize markers and add 3D objects into a 3D model. Thus, such an integration helped to avoid implementing two different frameworks for each of the modules under development. In addition, developers at HQSoftware integrated a Three.js-based AR scene editor XR Builder to manage and edit 3D objects. 

Outcome

Partnering with HQSoftware, the customer delivered a powerful augmented reality platform, which allows for launching interactive marker-based and markerless campaigns. Users can design complex AR experiences with no advanced technical skills required, put them into AR campaigns, configure and launch them. In addition, the system supports data analytics, geolocation and personalization features. Now, the system is able to handle high loads and automatically scale if needed. Thanks to the developed middleware, the third-party services can be easily replaced.

Read more about our AR and VR development services.

Check Out Other Works

See How We Approach Business Objectives

AR-Equipment-Maintenance

AR/VR: AR Mobile App for Equipment Maintenance

VR-simulator-for-drivers

AR/VR: Distorted Visuals Simulator for Drivers

voip-application

AR/VR: VoIP Application for Calls, Photos, and Drawing

Kick Off With Your Project Today









*Required Fieds
Attach File

Let’s talk about your business needs and figure out the best solution. Just fill in this form and get a free individual proposal from your personal manager.

Sergei Vardomatski

CEO

Highlights

  • The platform allows for creating interactive marker-based and markerless AR campaigns.
  • The user is capable of adding AR content to the campaigns, including different audio, video, buttons, 3D and motion assets.
  • The platform boasts data analytics features, personalization capabilities, and the ability to show geolocation-based experiences.

Technologies Used: JavaScript, Yandex Maps API, .NET, NopCommerce, Bootstrap, Microsoft SQL Server, C#, Entity, Angular, Windows Server / IIS, ASP.NET MVC

Methodology: Agile

Quick Video About the Project

Customer

Headquartered in Illinois, the company is a provider of AR-infused solutions. The customer’s major product is a platform that allows for building AR-based applications, launching AR-powered campaigns, as well as storing and managing the created content in the cloud.

Need

The idea was born out of the fact that transactional printing produces bank receipts and similar paper reports, and these pieces of data can be augmented and personalized to give people an individual and more entertaining experience.

The requirement was to develop a platform that will be capable of building interactive augmented reality campaigns. To achieve this, the customer cooperated with HQSoftware to implement the following features:

  • AR markers recognition on scanning an image (marker-based AR)

b92d2 clip 226kb

  • Markerless experiences
  • Building complex 3D scenes with audio, video, buttons, 3D, and motion assets with no technical skills required
  • Allowing for creating personalized content
  • Supporting geolocation

b31a5 clip 209kb Copy

  • Supporting analytics, for example allowing to monitor marketing-related and user-sensitive data, such as button click ratio

4dbad clip 109kb

Challenges

Under the project, the development team had to address the following issues:

  • The platform had to be technology provider agnostic in order to depend on no third-party services as well as generate no extra expenses on maintenance.
  • Marker recognition and AR scene display should perform smoothly. The markers should be securely locked to avoid flickering and be recognized stably in order to provide users with exceptional experience.
  • The platform under development needed to be highly scalable and endure high loads as well as ensure timely content delivery to the user.
  • The platform consists of multiple modules: back-end, front-end, iOS and Android mobile apps, third-party components. The developers had to ensure the interoperability of all modules.

Solution

To ensure future maintenance and support of the SDK, team at HQSoftware ensured that  third-party services are loosely coupled with the platform, and delivered custom middleware that would serve the purpose. The third-party services can be easily removed or replaced.

Working on module responsible for AR markers recognition, our engineers first conducted a research to find a framework that would suit the project’s needs. The AR framework was developed using Catchoom, and later Wikitude to recognize markers and add 3D objects into a 3D model. Thus, such an integration helped to avoid implementing two different frameworks for each of the modules under development. In addition, developers at HQSoftware integrated a Three.js-based AR scene editor XR Builder to manage and edit 3D objects. 

Outcome

Partnering with HQSoftware, the customer delivered a powerful augmented reality platform, which allows for launching interactive marker-based and markerless campaigns. Users can design complex AR experiences with no advanced technical skills required, put them into AR campaigns, configure and launch them. In addition, the system supports data analytics, geolocation and personalization features. Now, the system is able to handle high loads and automatically scale if needed. Thanks to the developed middleware, the third-party services can be easily replaced.

Read more about our AR and VR development services.

Check Out Other Works

See How We Approach Business Objectives

AR-Equipment-Maintenance

AR/VR: AR Mobile App for Equipment Maintenance

VR-simulator-for-drivers

AR/VR: Distorted Visuals Simulator for Drivers

voip-application

AR/VR: VoIP Application for Calls, Photos, and Drawing

Kick Off With Your Project Today









*Required Fieds
Attach File

Let’s talk about your business needs and figure out the best solution. Just fill in this form and get a free individual proposal from your personal manager.

Sergei Vardomatski

CEO