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Software Company Anahata To Enter Augmented Reality Development

March 11, 2013

Software Company Anahata Technologies announces is Investigating the field of Augmented Reality

Perth, WA (PRWEB) March 11, 2013

On Friday 8th of March, Pablo Rodriguez Pina, founder and co-director of the Perth (Western Australia) based software company announced the company will be investigating developing applications with Augmented Reality.

The company, which specialises in Enterprise Java Development will begin exploring the field of Augmented Reality with the intention of developing AR enabled mobile applications.

There are libraries for Augmented Reality for a variety different platforms in open source and commercial terms. Additionally there are a number of platforms for developing cross platform mobile applications. The company is investigating the different technology stacks and a combination which would allow the development firm to deliver cross platform AR-enabled mobile applications with a single code base.

Pablo Rodriguez Pina described the challenges of the scenario: “The first challenge when developing mobile applications that require running in multiple platforms such as iOS or Android is to reduce the development and maintenance costs and complexity by utilizing a single code base. There are a number of tools in the market such as Codenameone or PhoneGap. The Oracle JavaFX team recently announced an upcoming release of JavaFX for mobile platforms which we are looking forward to test. The second challenge is to identify an Augmented reality library that we could use in our application. There are again several options for different platforms. As the first choice conditions the second, or the other way around, we are trying to find the the combination that would allow us to deliver all the requirements in the most cost effective and maintainable way”

Some of the Augmented Reality libraries in the market are:

  • Wikitude for HTML5
  • NyARToolkit or Project Marble for Java
  • Junaio or ANDAR for Android
  • GravityJack for Android and iOS

About Anahata Technologies Pty Ltd

Founded in 2010, Anahata Technologies Pty Ltd is a Western Australia privately owned application development consultancy specializing in the analysis, design, implementation and support of cost-effective, custom built software applications.

Anahata´s preferred delivery approach is an iterative, customer centric software development process where business analysts visit customer premises to gather requirements, outline the current business processes and design an improved flow. Once the system requirements are complete, a continuous integration development process allows customers to test the application regularly as it is being built. Upon implementation, customer´s staff is trained on site on the usage of the new system

Anahata offers its customers a 3 month warranty and support period where users can have unlimited phone or email consultation. Customers can access an online task and issue management system to log requests for enhancements (RFEs) or report any defects encountered during the testing or production stages. Anahata seeks to be the most customers centric of all software companies in Perth.

Anahata´s preferred technological choice is to deliver cross-platform solutions based on open standards and open source technology that ensure stability, compatibility, and security over a long application lifespan and reduces upfront and ongoing licensing fees.

Anahata is an Oracle Certified Partner and delivers custom software solutions based on Oracle Technology, such as Java, Java Enterprise Edition, MySQL or Oracle Database. Anahata is also a certified MYOB developer partner. Anahata´s Custom Software solutions integrate with any MYOB software package.

For more information about Anahata, visit http://www.anahata-it.com.au or type ℠Software Company´ in your favourite search engine.

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