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Augmented and Virtual Reality

Merge the physical and digital worlds

Immersive technology allows companies to blur the line between the physical and digital worlds, accessing a scenario of exponential possibilities that range from employee training, cost savings or access to digital replicas, to the creation of impressive experiences that promote your products and captivate your customers.

Merge the physical and digital worlds with Plain Concepts, Microsoft’s Mixed Reality Partner.

Inspiration and vision

We show you all the possibilities and particularities offered by these technologies so that you can embrace them. Our extensive experience in all types of devices and sectors speaks for itself.

Conceptualization

Together with the client, we design and define the best approach to enhance the relevant process. Thanks to our UX team we adapt to all kinds of scenarios and devices.

MVP Strategy

We design a MVP (Minimum Viable Product) development strategy to achieve the best results in the shortest time possible, involving our clients in the conceptualization phase.

Development and adoption

We build our projects using Agile methodologies, placing ourselves next to our customers and allowing them to witness the progress made at all times. And once the development is finished, we ensure total adoption of the created solution.

OUR SUCCESS STORIES
Parc Tramuntana: 3D Viewer To See The Future Impact of a Wind Park
We have developed a 3D simulation solution that shows the visual impact of wind farms in natural environments, such as the Costa Brava.
Citythinking | CITYPLAIN: The Urban and Architectural Solution for the Design of City Extensions
This application is capable of designing affordable housing in urban districts and their systems while respecting functional, environmental, and socio-economic indicators.
Augmented Reality Guided Biopsies
This application developed for the Augmented Reality glasses HoloLens is able to graphically display the scanner of a patient in 3D to help physicians decide from where to take a sample during a biopsy.