Augmented reality


Liverpool Unesco Heritage Mixed Reality

The world's first mixed reality experience centred on UNESCO World Heritage sites.

Brief:

Augmented and mixed reality are ideal ways to explore hidden heritage. In this broad collaborative project, the University of Liverp ... [read more]

What came first Draw & Code or the Egg?

Draw & Code co-founder John Keefe takes a look at the origins of Draw & Code as we emerged from our shell just as augmented reality was hatching as a potentially ground-breaking consumer technology... [read more]

Draw & Code – Magic Leap Creators

Draw & Code are proud to announce that we are official Magic Leap Creators. This means that we have been granted early access to the Magic Leap One headset and are currently engaging in R&D ahead of potential commercial work using the near fabled mix ... [read more]

Singh Twins Slaves of Fashion AR

The Singh Twins have collaborated with Draw & Code to create an AR-infused exhibition experience.

Brief:

Slaves of Fashion: New Works by The Singh Twins explored the intertwined history of the Indian textiles industry, the British Empire ... [read more]

John Lewis & Partners AR App

Draw & Code are working with John Lewis & Partners to create an in-store augmented reality app that forms part of a radical overhaul of its stores that brings experiences, technology and personalisation to the fore.

Brief:

In September ... [read more]


The Lava Bud

Back in 2012 Draw & Code experimented with Wired Aerial Theatre to create The Lava Bud. This performance was one of the earliest stage shows to use both augmented reality and interactive projections.

Brief:

The brief was Draw & Code’s ... [read more]

LJMU – Augmented Reality Experience

Draw & Code collaborates with Liverpool John Moores University for an augmented reality experience.

Brief:

Draw & Code were tasked with creating an augmented reality experience that brings to life the different aspects of the engineering ... [read more]