We have both experience and confidence. Using our expertise, we create top augmented and mixed reality solutions. Our passion for XR development and design drives us towards innovation.
We build Proof of Concepts (PoCs) to help you understand mixed reality technologies and the opportunities for your business.
We bring mixed and augmented reality solutions to life with these technologies:
Many C++ libraries are successfully used in augmented reality development.
We use this technology to build realistic Magic Leap experiences.
Created by experts from Google, ARCore is an acclaimed augmented reality development kit.
Need an AR experience for Apple devices? We can create it with ARkit.
HyperloopTT is a US-based company developing a high-speed transportation system conceptualized by Elon Musk. The company partnered with Nomtek to create an augmented reality (AR) product presentation for a press conference in Cleveland, Ohio.View Case
Night Embassy Berlin is an annual event organized by Jagermeister. We worked with Jagermeister to create an innovative form of art expression in mixed reality for one of Night Embassy's performances.View Case
We know our job. Have a look at our software development portfolio and see for yourself!
We have all AR and XR development skills under one roof, from workshops and product design to development and QA testing.
We don't care about how many lines of code we created. We care about business outcomes, only.
Nomtek has delivered over 200 apps so far. We believe that workshops and collaboration are the best way to find the product-market fit. Our offer covers product design sprints, scoping sessions, and UX audits if you already have a product.
We believe in human-centered design. Our design services include UI design, UX design, and illustration. This way, we can create a consistent and intuitive mobile augmented reality experience.
Augmented reality app development brings the best results when we work closely with our clients. Scrum methods allow for better communication and fast validation. We test and improve rapidly to deliver the best software possible.
You can be a product owner and know your product inside and out, but you still need a person to manage the backlog and the team. This is where our product managers can help you out.
AR and XR development is never complete without testing! Our QA engineers are the keepers of high quality. To make sure that your product is flawless, we take care of automated and manual QA testing.
We have been in business for years, and we have successfully delivered over 200 projects - we know our job.
We have all the required skills under one roof, from product workshops, product design & development, to QA testing.
We are your agile, on-demand team who stay focused on software delivery to help you achieve your goals and KPI's on time.
They’re very similar, but they’re not exactly the same thing. Let’s say that reality is on the left side on the spectrum and virtual reality is on the right side. Augmented reality is located closer to the real world, while mixed reality is more on the right side of the spectrum, closer to virtual reality.
For instance, imagine you’re outside in your garden, and you’re wearing your AR glasses. If you see 3D characters in the garden, it’s augmented reality. However, if you can access another location within the garden, e.g., a separate room, this is closed to mixed reality. Hope that’s clearer now!
There are plenty of practical applications, including:
The ones listed above are just some of the most popular examples. Got something else in mind? Let us know – we love a good challenge.
If we say that creativity is the only limit, it won’t be far from the truth. Even if you won’t find your industry on the list below, it doesn’t mean you can’t leverage the power of augmented reality. If you have an idea in mind, let us know and we’ll see what we can create together.
Some of the industries that often use AR solutions include:
When choosing an augmented reality development company to work with, it pays off to remember about these things:
How we evaluated different input methods available for mobile augmented reality and why we didn’t choose a hand gesture-based interaction method.Read more
During our work on a mobile AR project, we reviewed many non-touch screen interaction methods. Read our findings and learn where to use different solutions.Read more