Whether you need a VR, AR, or 360˚ app (or all three combined!) our expertise will ensure you reach your target audience with informative and engaging user experience, whatever the platform.
Atticus delivers connected solutions through a full spectrum of digital media and app development. Our experience with virtual reality development, interactive 3D animation and 360° video production goes hand in hand with the technical development.
We build multi-platform apps for Apple iOs, Google Android, Gear VR, Google Cardboard, and web.
To find out more give us a call on 02920 415 444 or contact us using our email form.
EDF asked Atticus to build an interactive learning experience for Cannington Court, their learning & development campus. EDF wanted to let their students and guests learn about the exciting and long history of Cannington Court going back to the 9th century. The app allows users on location to physically walk around Cannington Court, using hotspots to get historical information and AR (augmented reality) animation. A ‘learn more’ button for each location takes the user to a webpage with a larger description of the historical significance of each spot.
Zipwire adventure company, Zip World, required a promotional video for Visit Wales. Atticus created a 360° video allowing the user to experience three exciting adventures in North Wales - Zip World Velocity, Zip World Fforest Plummet and Zip World Caverns.
Velocity demonstrates Europes longest and the worlds fastest zip line, Fforest Plummet is a 10 foot plummet from a tree and Caverns show the largest underground zip line and adventure course. The videos can be downloaded on an app for IOS and Android which support Google Cardboard and Gear VR..
Atticus were commissioned to develop an app for active holiday specialists Neilson Holidays. Neilson specialise in skiing, snowboarding, windsurfing and sailing holidays & encourage their clients to 'relax as hard as they like'.
The experience was also delivered online and via iOS and Android apps which enable the user to look around by physically moving their devices around.
Established in 2007, the IIAG is the most comprehensive collection of quantitative data on governance in Africa. Compiled in partnership with experts from a number of the continent's institutions, it provides an annual assessment of governance in every African country. The IIAG provides a framework for citizens, governments, institutions and business to assess the delivery of public goods and services, and policy outcomes, across Africa.
Atticus was asked to produce an App for a visitor centre in Queensland. The App was installed on multiple iPads surrounding a physical model of Arrow Energy's CSG operation and hydrogen power plant.
The story took visitors on a journey from several kms deep within strata formations, back to the surface where the gas is used to generate electricity before the hydrogen is extracted, compressed to liquid state and exported via LNG ships. The other crucial part of the story was to explain how any precious water which was extracted as a by-product was not wasted but recycled for use in processes, such as farm land irrigation.
Atticus Digital was commissioned by Gill Advertising to develop an app to encourage people to sign a petition to help set children 'Free from Violence and Exploitation'. The app can be downloaded from the Apple App Store.
Game: Global energy demand Vs power production.
Challenge: Keep the city lights on for as long as possible, using the available energy resources, weighing up their pros and cons. Drag a power source onto a building to apply it. Look after the environment, create a good economy and above all else, keep the lights on!
The Gross Food Guide app, developed by Atticus for Custom Communication, is great fun and teaches kids about food from other countries.
In this fun and educational game, kids (and their parents) will discover some of the craziest foods people like to eat all over the world.