LIBERTY LAKE, Wash., Aug. 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Gravity Jack, Inc., an augmented reality developer, announces that it has finished a closed alpha version of its software development kit and has used it to create the world's first augmented office indoors.
Augmented reality is a combination of 3D objects overlaid with real world video. It's commonly used in sports such as football and swimming, where goal lines are superimposed over the live video of the field and moves with the video to indicate the position of goals or records. The AR software development company's technology improves accuracy indoors, and solves lighting and distance problems in old symbol recognition technology.
"Our new software development kit has allowed us to create the world's first augmented office. From RSS feeds coming out of the walls, to twitter feeds floating in the air, to stock graphs when you look at a NASDAQ ticker, to the world times showing up when you look at a clock," said Aaron Lennon, CIO of Gravity Jack, Inc. (http://gravityjack.com/). "This technology allows us to do augmented reality in any indoor space and even in spaces with low or no light. We're passionate about what we do and it's our goal to wow each and every customer with our technology and our service," said Lennon.
In addition to its work with augmented reality, Gravity Jack offers custom websites, mobile gaming applications and mobile apps for both iPhone, iPad and Android operating systems. Gravity Jack works closely with its clients' own IT departments, while providing guaranteed software applications.
"Our client's are amazed when they discover what we can do for them. We service such clients as NASDAQ, NNCC, Syncables.com, GeoGuides and Cal Games and they know they can count on us to make their imagination a reality. Our products come from our love of technology, computer science and math, but it's our focus on the customer that truly makes us different and keeps them coming back again and again," said Lennon.
About Gravity Jack: Gravity Jack, Inc., was founded by Luke and Jennifer Richey in 2009 when they pulled together a local dream team in software development. The company designs and develops robust software solutions for all industries including and retail software for both the iPhone and Android operating systems (http://gravityjack.com/).
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