Immersive Experiences

We have storytelling and creative expression in our company’s DNA.

Beyond games, it has led us to pursue and successfully implement powerful, inspiring learning journeys and immersive experiences for customers.

We constantly explore and experiment with cutting-edge technologies, including the genres of augmented-, virtual and mixed-realities.  Then we work tirelessly to bring those into real-world applications for our customers.

To discover how we can help you and your organisation create amazing experiences, come talk to us.

4Di at CPS

Developed for Canberra Primary School as part of the Future@Schools project.

  • 45 square meters of wraparound, panoramic and interactive touchscreens
  • Multi-user concurrent connection and multi-modal interaction
  • Positional omnidirectional audio-scaping
  • Simulation controlled multi-vector airflow
  • Single-panel networked command and control automation

iCity Lab at SMU

Developed for Singapore Management University and Tata Consultancy Services, this implementation comprises of 6 large interactive screens based on the Transpro technology.

It is located at the SMU School of Information Systems campus and the system harnesses technology to put people at the centre of city management.

COTF 3.0 at NIE

Conceptualized and developed by Playware, Classroom of the Future was a multiplayer experience installed at the National Institute of Education which explains the impact of large-scale decision making on the future of the planet that we call our Home!


The Interactive Virtual Precinct was built for the Indian Heritage Centre to allow visitors to experience life through the 20th century.

Based on 4 prominent precincts, the 3DHive-based exhibit of interactive multi-touchscreens brings the visitors through narratives of a Chettiar boy, a Bohri Muslim businessman, a Punjabi woman and a Tamil Indian girl as they negotiate their way through old Singapore.