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Gravity Jack signs a deal to share code with Seattle firm ARToolkit

Liberty Lake app developer Gravity Jack has announced a recent deal with Seattle company ARToolworks.

Gravity Jack, which was launched in 2009, will license its technology so ARToolworks can add it to a software development kit.

A quote from Gravity Jack CEO Luke Richey, found on a Seattle website, read: "The business implications and application development possibilities are mind-blowing."

"For companies that are bleeding edge enough to envision the possible applications of augmented reality iOS Development and Android AppDevelopment, this partnership will allow us to make those visions a reality," he was quoted saying.

Both companies are working on projects related to Augmented Reality, the use of computer software to provide layers of information that supplement maps, photos or device-based explorations of cities, malls or locations.




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