Spinar America, Inc.

AR / VR for Market Leaders

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Spinar America provides practical and measurable solutions using the latest technologies, including Augmented and Virtual reality. These technologies allow for deeper customer engagement and effective results through image recognition, video on the page, 3D models, animations, interactive graphics and all of today’s most advanced digital capabilities for brands impact and growth.

$25 - $49/hr
10 - 49
United States
Downtown Crossing, Boston, Massachusetts 02066

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Service Focus

  • AR & VR Development

Client Focus

  • Medium Business
  • Large Business
  • Small Business

Industry Focus

  • Automotive
  • Healthcare & Medical
  • Telecommunication

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Toby baily

It’s really impressive how Spinar America, Inc. can transform our idea into something concrete and useful for the VR industry.

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Review Summary

This project is the first high-tech-based project of the organization which was under pressure as well. The concepts were complex and difficult to work on initially but gradually it turned smoother. First, we gave the team an actual paper-based test to take, and everyone on the team went through it to see how it functioned. Additionally, we provided them with processes, documentation, and test data. From there, they began creating the test in the virtual reality space.

What service was provided as part of the project?

AR & VR Development

Describe your project in brief

VR Development for the eyecare department of the hospital.

What is it about the company that you appreciate the most?

The project was delivered on time and regular updates on it were highly professional.

They were flexible to work with which contributed to the final product.

What was it about the company that you didn't like which they should do better?

The manager tried overmanaging the project a couple of times initially which posed certain friction but it was solved later.