Augmented reality offers brands the chance to create engaging, interactive and immersive experiences for consumers. Below are examples of different AR formats that allow brands to reach their audience in innovative and effective ways. Hit the 'Get in touch' button to get started building your own experience with us!
Augment your user's everyday world through a window into another world with an AR portal. Portals are a great way of providing your users with a completely immersive experience in the form of a entirely new world they can enter and walk around, through the lens of their phones.
Add a layer of interesting content to the real world through World Effects/Lenses. It can be a unicorn sitting next to your friend in the office or an animated animal hiding behind your plant at home. World Effects/Lenses enhance the view from your back-cameras.
For the release of Big Shaq's latest song - Man Don't Dance, Poplar's creators produced a front and back AR filter to encourage social media interaction around his latest track. This AR Filter has achieved over 20,000,000 organic impressions on social media so far. To experience this for yourself, long press the code in your Facebook camera to activate the effect on Facebook!
If you have ever beautified your face or gotten bunny ears on your face through your phone, then you know exactly how interactive face filters can be! Face Filters are a great example of applying an additional layer on the user's face using the front camera.
Mini-Games are the most effective AR format to shoot up engagement and shareability of your content. Try out these games for yourself and experience the addiction!
To promote the fight between world heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder and former world champion Tyson Fury, we created this fun mini-game where users get the pick their side and try to block the opponents' punches! Try this lens for yourself and see where you rank!
Augment a physical object or an image with added layers of information and content through Image Trackers. Image recognition is a really interesting way of making users interact with your branded merchandise.
Web AR is a powerful way for brands to bridge the gap between the AR experience and the end user. It is particularly effective for campaigns that require a low barrier of entry, a website integration or a physical activation.
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.
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