A sneak peek behind the curtain.

Our agency DNA is digital, so we are inquiring by nature. Our innovative work often wins (inter)national awards. Like the Phygital Guides for the MAS museum, combining the physical and digital worlds to create a unique next-level experience.

We also launch our own platforms and products, so we learn from our own experience to enhance every user's experience.

Nabu

- Knock-knock. Who's there?
- Blockchain.

Nabu is a transparent & continuous open access review platform, rewarding academic expertise. Authentication, reviews and expertise points on the platform are automated by smart contracts and stored on the Blockchain. Nabu is unique because of its decentralised power, open access licensing and its rewards for contributions.

The platform is live and tested with academic research groups in the States.

Make it real by Orange.

From virtual reality to
emotional reality.

We wanted to approach VR from a different, more relevant angle: the participative one. That means upgrading VR to a two-way level of interaction, fully immersive and in real time, visually 360° and 3D-auditive (binaural audio).

We enabled users to really participate in the action without any wires or movement restrictions, creating a VR-experience that goes way beyond VR.

The local government chatbot

We know what you did
last summer.

Natural language processing helps companies to understand their clients' needs in a fast and cost-effective way. We used spoken & written language recognition to help the province of Antwerp build a chatbot that allows locals to easily find interesting must-do's.

Individual questions got an immediate personalised response.

Meet krumb

Scatter Krumbs
wherever you go.

Krumb is a fun piece of geo-fenced content marketing. It lets you share and see what matters most at your favourite locations. A 'krumb' can contain a picture and/or text and can be shared with the world or that one special friend.

It’s the perfect tool to create buzz at a specific spot over a long period of time.

Rubenshuis beacon app

First European Beacon app proves Rubens is still alive.

We created a prototype with Apple iBeacon technology for the Rubens House, Antwerp's n° 1 visitor destination. We brought the paintings of Peter Paul Rubens to life using Estimote beacons in a temporary setup (project concluded now).

Visitors were thus able to use cutting-edge technology to interact with classical art.

MAS museum - city of Antwerp

Don’t want to miss the museum,
but don’t have the get-up-and-go? Wait...

For the opening of the MAS, we wanted to attract visitors from abroad. So we gave people a taste of the museum while sitting at home behind their computers – an entirely virtual but real-life personal guided tour, or as we call it: a 'phygital tour'.

Many thousands came to Antwerp without leaving the comfort of their own homes.