We're an industry-leading provider of Web AR & VR experiences, including recent high-profile launches with Samsung, Unilever, Dell Technologies, AB InBev and Hewlett Packard Enterprise.
We provide an end-to-end Web AR service: including consulting, ideation, design, development, hosting and analytics. Tap play to watch our show reel.
Our technology utilizes your built-in smartphone camera to initiate the Web AR experience in any mobile web browser. Absolutely no app download required, ever.
We've designed and developed some of the most creative Augmented Reality campaigns within the industry. Our attitude to creative concepts is always 'let's make it a reality'.
The experiences we develop are always iOS & Android compatible. No matter the make of smartphone, users will be able to view the Augmented Reality experience with ease.
Working with The Good Crisp Company, our team were tasked to help spread festive cheer with a product packaging activation. Using 3D animation and cylindrical image tracking, we created this engaging and magical Web AR product packaging experience for their customers to enjoy over the Christmas period.
Our work for Hewlett Packard Enterprise demonstrates how Web-based Augmented Reality can integrate with print market to deliver a truly engaging and unique experience. They used WebAR enabled printed postcards to promote their technology launch. From postcards to billboard and posters, we can work with print marketing at all sizes.
AB InBev owned brand BON V!V Spiked Seltzer worked with our team to launch their Web AR focused Out-of-Home advertising campaign across LA and San Diego. They used printed murals on the streets of the city as activation points, giving passers-by the opportunity to interact with their OOH ads and view the brilliant 3D vending machine experience.
Our team have significant experience, developing Web AR experiences for companies ranging from SME's to Fortune 500. Our work speaks for itself, and our passion for the industry is unmatched.
Web AR marketing utilizes web-based Augmented Reality to deliver marketing campaigns through AR experiences to consumers. These AR experiences do not require the consumer to download an app to view the experience, as it all happens within the native iOS or Android device camera and mobile web-browser.
With offices both in North America and the UK, we regularly work globally with companies from the USA, UK, Middle-East and more. We're a flexible and fast-moving team. No matter where you are in the world, we can launch a campaign with you, to your target destination.
When working with a Web AR agency like Aircards, you get to tap into the wealth of resources available. Our team covers all bases, from marketing experts, 3D design to Web AR software development - they are all waiting to launch your next AR campaign.
Absolutely. That should always be the consideration when planning your Web AR marketing campaign. Our team carefully place CTA's within the Web AR experience to drive click-throughs to the destination of choice. As an experiential medium, WebAR drives high engagement rates, and this subsequently leads to high click-through rates within the experience.
Our developers have created campaigns that range from 2D and 3D Outdoor Advertising (OOH) AR campaigns, Web AR Direct Mail, Web AR Portals, to custom 3D animations and more. If you have an idea, our team can deliver.
Our expert team of creative minds and Web AR developers have worked with some of the world's largest brands to build and deploy amazing Web AR marketing campaigns.
From the likes of Hewlett Packard Enterprise to Vodafone, we have launched high performing AR campaigns that deliver a true ROI. We provide a full end-to-end service for the management of your AR marketing campaign, and we can work with your in-house creative or dev teams to launch campaigns with ease.
We’re delighted to welcome onboard our bright and talented new Account Executive, George Wragg. George graduated from Newcastle University with a BSC Hon in Marketing & Management, and previously completed an internship with Sony.
FMCG stands for fast-moving consumer goods. They’re the high turnover items meant to be sold quickly and relatively affordably. These include items like beverages, cosmetics, candy, other packaged food and over-the-counter drugs. Shelf space is valuable and inventory is expected to be replaced by the next arriving shipment.
You may have heard the term “metaverse” used in discussions about AR and VR technology. Several definitions of this term are flying around. Wikipedia defines the metaverse as a “collective virtual shared space, created by the convergence of virtually enhanced physical reality and physically persistent virtual space,