We have been busy working with the BBC to create a HTML5 game for the popular children’s show Wizards vs Aliens. Puzzle Peril combines physics and magic and is available on web, mobile and tablets. Why not try it for yourself? Just click the play button to enter the first chapter ‘Chamber of Crowe’, and keep your eyes peeled for the following chapters.
Last week Matmians Jeff, Matt and Rob took a long awaited trip to Alton Towers to FINALLY ride The Smiler and test out the app (that in case you didn’t know, we developed!) in the theme park.
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Last week Jeff attended SAScon, one of the UK’s leading Search, Social and Analytics conferences. Despite being a little under the weather (the rumours of ‘Man Flu’ are yet to be confirmed), he delivered a keynote that was hailed by many as the highlight of the whole event! With this in mind, we thought we’d…
The time has almost come for us to release our precious Rollabear into the big wide world. But before we can do that, testing must be done! Here’s what happened when we let our newest member of staff Jodie have a go…
An infographic on Google Glass including what it can do and the concerns surrounding it’s use.
Matmi’s whipper-snapper Tom has so much boundless energy he even has time to make his own little games to enter competitions. His latest game came an incredible 11th out 3500 applicants – queue round of applause please.
So we found ten minutes to sit down with him and ask some questions.
Earlier in the year we had our first Windows mobile app, Monster Pinball HD. Now we can add Amazon to the many platforms Matmi is capable of reaching.
Augmented reality and 3D printing, while very different technologies, circle around the same general concept: bridging the gap between the physical world and the digital world. 3D printing makes the digital physical, and augmented reality enhances the physical world with digital overlays.
Google continues to increase the reach of its Google+ platform, and today the company is launching a new mobile content recommendation service powered by Google+.