AR-Code is the free Augmented Reality mobile app that lets you interact in real time with exciting digital content captured from all kinds of printed or physical objects and offers a multimedia library that can be experienced online and offline, anytime and anywhere. Try it now!
By using your mobile device, AR-Code lets you add a digital dimension made by interactive contents to the real world around you. Download the application, look for the AR-Code Stamp or discover which item is made alive by AR-Code (magazine page, packaging, cinema billboard, retail sign, sticker or even a building), point at the item, download the contents and, in just a few seconds, interact with the range of videos, sounds, games and information that appear in Augmented Reality on your device's screen.
Point the device at the printed media or physical objects that you are interested in.
Get a frame of the support through AR-Code Reader. Download contents in just a few seconds.
Interact in real time and enjoy the augmented reality experience on your mobile device.
The AR-Code Store gives you information and entertainment in just a few taps. AR-Code is the Augmented Reality contents library that you can enjoy every time you want. Search and open the category you are interested in, download the related AR-Coded Image and print it, then point your device at it and augmented reality contents will combine with your environment.
Search for the category you are interested in and open it to check the available content that is stored inside.
Download the content, whenever you want to even far from the related support.
Use the content when you encounter the support and interact in real time, or send it via email or AirPrint and play.
"We launched the app during an international event to get people's engagement. It was a success: it made our shoes real and available even if they actually weren't physically on the stage."
"For the first time a car company included a service based on Augmented Reality in its own branded application to push classic advertising campaigns using a new communication channel."