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Do you want to engage with your customers on a whole different level and showcase your services and products the best way possible? Create meaningful, memorable and immersive experiences that no one will ever forget? Lifelike builds solutions and experiences that were impossible before by using the newest technologies in spatial computing. Challenge us and let's find out what we can do for you.
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We create Life Like 3D copies of products using the latest 3D modelling tools and photogrammetry.
Together we can find the right solution and experience for your challenge.
We build custom AR applications from the ground up to conquer your challenge.
Interactive experiences are proven to be better than most traditional media campaigns for click through rate, engagement time and brand awareness.
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For their 19-20 season kit launch, KRC Genk is pioneering by lauching its new player outfits in Augmented Reality. During a volumetric photoshoot, Theo Bongonda was captured in 3D wearing the new Home, Away and Alternative kit. In the app a 3D model of the player could be viewed with detailed textures applied to it, the design of the shirt and sponsors on the outfit would be kept a secret until the launch day.
Computer-assisted surgery (CAS) is becoming an essential tool for surgical planning and guidance as well as training for procedures. The SARA project will investigate the use of augmented reality to overlay a 3D rendering of medical images and planning information onto the patient’s anatomy during neurosurgery and orthopedic surgery to enhance the CAS experience.
For the operation of a so-called "hallux valgus" (obliquity of the big toe, creating a lump on the inside of the forefoot) AZ Maria Middelares now uses an innovative, holographic application, the Microsoft HoloLens. In the past, the surgeon had to draw the incision on a piece of paper. Now he can use the Hololens to display digital scans of the patient’s foot and determine where the incision has to be made, without having to look at a piece of paper or screen. Understandably, surgeons are optimistic about the use of mixed reality in the operating room.
Lifelike created a Magic Leap application for the Brussels Erasmus University Medialab. The goal of the project is to develop a prototype application emerging Mixed Reality and Philips Hue smart lights. The application connects the digital interface as seen on the Magic Leap display and the physical world by controlling smart lights.
Lifelike created an online virtual tour for the shipping company CMB TECH.
In March 2021, this will be the image you get when you visit our hydrogen refueling station. Can't wait that long? Click the link below and experience our virtual tour now! Virtual tours are a useful medium for showcasing and pitching projects to stakeholders and allowing visitors to experience the project from around the world.