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Our research and development team is tasked with staying up to date with the latest cutting edge technologies, exploring potential business applications and working on prototype concepts to add to and improve our existing products. There’s much more to RnD than playing games in a virtual reality environment, or exploring animated AR content management systems, but exploring cutting edge technology is also fun, interesting and does have some perks!

Augmented and Virtual Reality

stickee has built Augmented reality projects since 2008 and with the latest generation of Virtual Reality devices, such as the Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and Playstation VR we are now producing games and applications for the new platforms. See our activity and case studies for more information on what we’ve worked on.

Virtual Reality has been in the making for many years. But with recent innovations in both hardware and software, 2016 certainly seems to be the year of VR. High profile products such as the Oculus Rift (purchased by Facebook for a reported $2 billion), the HTC Vive and Sony Playstation VR have rocketed virtual reality into the public domain. In essence virtual reality is defined as the computer-generated simulation of a three-dimensional image or environment that can be interacted with in a seemingly real or physical way. This involves (currently) the use of equipment such as headsets, to immerse you in  360 degree, 3 dimension environment.

Not to be confused with Augmented Reality (which we will discuss later), Virtual Reality has emerged largely with obvious gaming possibilities, but is widely being adopted and developed for a much wider range of applications. Education, experiences, training, history, literature, arts and entertainment are being explored by the expanding VR world and offer a whole new medium to design, develop and experience.

You can try to define and explain VR until the cows come home, but the only real way of understanding its possibilities is to step into it and experience it for yourself.

stickee represents some of the UK’s leading Virtual and Augmented Reality development studios, providing a creative layer for a client to engage their audiences in the bridge between the real and virtual worlds.

stickee have been advisors to the Virtual Reality World Congress and have a track record in delivering experiences for high profile clients such as Cadbury and Harper Collins.

Outstanding Contribution to innovation

Latest Activity

RnD Update for February 2017

So now 2017 is bedded in and more than just a hangover from Christmas and New Year we can take a deep breath and consider, just for a minute, what we’re up to here in our Research and Development wing of stickee. So then, 2017 started with the launch of the new brand and new […]

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Time lapse of a poster being created

Creating a bespoke illustration can be a lengthy process and once its done there is not often any record of the steps that were taken to create the image. This time lapse video was recorded within the iPad app ‘Procreate’ which was used to create this cricketing batsman illustration that is used to promote our […]

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That’s a wrap!

This week we’ve been up to our necks in camera gear, lamps and cables as we welcomed the fine folks at www.media-dog.com for a few days filming for our new company video. Filmed over two days the video will show case exactly what happens behind the scenes in the stickee studios with interviews from the […]

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Augmenting the future

Augmented reality (AR), with the recent success of Pokemon Go, is becoming an accepted technology now the concept of enhancing the real world using computer vision has become so popular.  What once was the domain of fighter pilots or expensive car owners, is now taken for granted using a smart phone and a simple application. Augmented reality or […]

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Virtual Reality Event proves a success

stickee and Adhere Technology opened its doors to the tech world yesterday at its Solihull offices for its Virtual Reality: Beyond Gaming event. Attendees from Google, Birmingham Open Media and Solihull Council, among others, were treated to hands-on demonstrations of the latest Virtual Reality (VR) kit and even Stephen Spielberg’s VR camera, now operated by the team […]

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