Browse AR and 3D experiences below for case studies and inspiration.
Wahaca wanted to showcase the vibrancy and deliciousness of Mexican food by bringing it to life with an AR menu, in a way that paper table menus couldn’t.
Customers could scan a QR code to bring their menus to life as part of an AR world effect, receiving pop-up info about the dishes’ ingredients, allergens and sustainability practices.
To celebrate the first appearance of a royal tiara at auction at Sotheby’s, they wanted to create a social media filter that generated buzz around the auction, by allowing their 3.8 million Instagram followers to virtually ‘try on’ the diamond and pearl headpiece.
For the biggest auction of an Old Master in the history of Sotheby’s, they wanted to create an augmented reality museum exhibition experience that engaged with followers and spread the word about the auction.
The resulting AR art effect allows users to get up close with Botticelli’s masterful ‘Young Man Holding a Roundel’ and even glam up their environment by placing the painting on their walls.
Keeping in-line with their classic slogan ‘Have a Break, Have a KitKat’, chocolate bar company KitKat broke up the monotony of working from home under COVID-19 lockdown restrictions by immersing users in a new kind of escapism.
For Orendt Studios, we created this product visualisation tool where users could place 3D furniture models, change the colour, trigger an animation, take a photo, view a video and shop. All through the mobile’s browser!
Jack Daniels commissioned this WebAR experience to take you to the home of their distillery in Lynchburg, Tennessee.
This was paired with a fun face effect that dresses you up as the iconic Jasper Newton “Jack” Daniel.
This experience is activated via a QR code on a postcard garnish on every Lynchburg Lemonade you order at Slug & Lettuce and will be running for 9 months.
We are helping Speedo pioneer Retail AR with this virtual try-on feature, now live in three of their UK stores and on their website. The feature allows customers to visualise swimming goggles on their faces before purchase.