The customer had spoken to a dozen other companies and each came up with different solutions. None of which could economically accommodate consistent story and product updates. However, Exceptionaire was not only able to put together a solution using wikitude SDK for virtual reality that fit the brief perfectly but also offered almost elastic scalability.
When they hired ValueCoders, we had to address to the following tasks:
While developing, we faced various challenges including the following ones:
Our iOS app developers at ValueCoders had overcome these challenges with their innovative ideas and technical expertise.
We built a system that had the ability to push new products or stories from a web backend onto the mobile app. This ensured that there was virtually no cap on the number of products or stories that can be used for each character.
We gamified the experience for children by creating a complete virtual experience. For instance, if the kid has put together a Santa Claus, scanning it will give life to a Virtual Santa on the app. This virtual Santa can give a Christmas gift to the kid, manifest into a game, throw up a message or anything that is conceptualized making it highly interactive
Since this app is of a ‘first-of-its-kind type’, the customer wanted to conservatively spend on the POC to test its effectiveness. Given this, we built the app on a hybrid platform to reduce the development cost by 40% in comparison to native apps.
As the customer was already behind schedule with this app, we had to meet a 1-month hard deadline set by the customer, who was personally present to oversee the development. The customer chose us from a possible 6 options and flew down all the way from Australia to meet with the team and ensure the plan is effectively put into motion.