“Magical… tantalizing… very innovative!”  – VentureBeat

“Impressive – worked seamlessly across six networked devices, each being able to control the action. …Third-party developers will have a wide range of options for incorporating the technology into their own multi-user applications.”  – FastCompany

New at this week’s AR/VR Vision Summit 2016:

Virtual Reality you can reach into.

Virtual Worlds for the Rest of Us

Now every iPad, iPhone, and Mac can interact in shared 3D worlds.

The revolutionary Pantomime™ software platform turns any tablet, smart phone or computer into a portal into shared virtual worlds.  Pantomime lets any mobile user visit shared worlds, reach in, and interact, lifting the key barriers to mass adoption of VR by consumers: easy access, reaching in, sharing, and mobility.

Pantomime™ software lets users reach in and interact in physically realistic 3D worlds, turning any mobile device into a gyro-accurate 3D controller.  The device’s screen looks like a pane of glass showing the virtual world through it, seamlessly merged with the live scene on the other side. Users can thus realistically touch, paddle, tap, bounce, scoop, knock over virtual objects, etc. in the 3D world by tipping and swinging the device to reach in.  In this easy new experience, the mobile device in your hand is fully modeled and immersed to interact in virtual worlds.

In the new Pantomime Bug Farm, your devices are being pursued by predatory bugs in an immersive 3D world!  Fire Ants, Spiders, Scorpions and Mantises are coming after you and your devices. Tap to throw balls at them, squish them flat against your table top, lead them off cliffs – or feed them ants and other bugs until they grow to monstrous size! You can even connect with friends on your WiFi network so you’ve got each others’ backs! Here’s a glimpse of your first minute in the Bug Farm.

Pantomime Bug Farm is utterly magical – easy, scary, immersive 3D, and fun for anyone. As you see realistic 3D bugs through your mobile screen, and gently flatten them between your real iPad or iPhone and your real table, you’re in a new kind of Augmented Reality.  You’ve never seen anything like it.