We go way beyond simple content creation, fusing technological excellence with world-class user experience design, to create compelling, immersive experiences.
We are completely impartial, ensuring that our clients always get the most suitable technology for their VR and AR projects.
Our extensive experience spans SteamVR, HTC Vive, Google VR (Cardboard and Daydream), Microsoft HoloLens, Samsung Gear VR, Sony Eyeglass and WebVR.
Through deep systems-level understanding and experience with many different systems and providers, we are able to grasp and exploit new technologies very quickly – essential in this rapidly changing field.
This, coupled with our hardware development, mathematical and physics expertise, allows us to produce remarkable VR and AR experiences that would otherwise not be possible.
Investing in the future
We have made – and continue to make – significant investments in AR and VR development across a diverse range of sectors.
Examples include AR for minimally invasive surgery, VR that allows designers in different locations to interact with a CAD model in real time, and a custom SteamVR application to integrate an existing product with HTC’s Vive VR technology.
X-ray vision surgery
Continuing our proud history of surgical innovation, we are exploring how AR can transform surgery by reducing the risk involved in operations.
Using Microsoft’s HoloLens headset, our highly intuitive AR surgical system equips surgeons with ‘X-ray vision’, making it possible to see inside a patient in real time while operating through minimally invasive openings.
Synapse, our sister company, first partnered with Valve to develop their base station technology and have since been deeply involved in the development of Valve’s SteamVR Tracking system.
Having created a hardware development kit (HDK) and delivered training to SteamVR Tracking licensees, Synapse is established as the foremost authority on developing custom tracking objects and hardware.
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Tech, tools & facilities
With a permanent workstation and space for room-scale testing with multiple users, we are ready to start experimenting and developing at a moment’s notice. Our VR lab features high-end machines capable of developing immersive, high-fidelity VR experiences and software licenses for the latest development tools.
News & insights
Cambridge Consultants has developed EnfuseNet, a breakthrough Artificial Intelligence (AI) system for autonomous vehicles. A low-cost system that generates high-resolution depth data for vehicle perception technology.
A new interactive bar experience from Cambridge Consultants is announced today bridging the digital and physical worlds.
Interviewed at Innovation day Joe Marino from HaptX talks about introducing users to a sense of touch in VR environments.
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