Let’s start by stating the obvious; the internet is the most amazing advancement in humanity in the past 100 years. How amazing to have a fountain of all knowledge at your fingertips! It’s changed the way we work and live forever.
We are currently working on really exciting project with West Somerset Railway, inspired by The Smiler app it will include Gamified Augmented Reality.
Here at Matmi, we are recognised for our great games, award winning campaigns and our use of cutting edge technology… but what you might not know, is that we also pride ourselves in traditional design disciplines.
A three-dimensional object captured with iPhone app Seene, available today, is hardly the stuff of a James Cameron movie — but is nevertheless incredibly impressive. With less than 30 seconds of setup after installing the app, you can record and manipulate an object in real-time, and in 3D. It’s like iOS 7 parallax gone wild.
Yep, that’s right, Rollabear is really out NOW. We don’t need to tell you again the time, effort and major love that’s been poured in to this game. But what we will say is, it’s available from the Apple app store right now for a special early bird sale price of 69p!
THE TIME HAS ALMOST COME…. ROLLABEAR IS OFFICIALLY OUT IN FOUR DAYS ON iOS! In the run up to it’s release we have been posting celebrity/bear mash ups on the Rollabear facebook page.
We’re not big on the bragging here at Matmi. I mean, you may have heard us mention in passing that The Smiler app was featured in the Apple app store. And that it was also featured in the Windows app store recently. But we don’t like to talk about it much. We just thought we should mention, because we know it’s been on a lot of people’s minds lately, that The Smiler has now been featured in the Amazon app store too!
For the last three years Matmi has been raising it’s little bundle of joy, Rollabear. We’ve nurtured it, stuck with it through hard times, but most importantly we have watched it grow into the game it is today. And now, the time has come, to pry Rollabear from Jeff’s loving grasp, and release it into the big wide world for everyone to enjoy!
My 90 year old grandmother tries the Oculus Rift. We were using the Tuscany demo.
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