BBC Radio Four’s flagship national news show The Today Programme featured ooh-AR and augmented reality innovation in a spotlight on leading UK digital companies.
Listen here to presenter Justin Webb’s interview with Andy Jackson.
ooh-AR's world first onboard bus solution has gone live in Glasgow a week before the start of the 2014 Commonwealth Games.
Vinyls on the back of thousands of bus seats trigger a wealth of rich content through the free First Scotland AR app - produced by the ooh-AR team.
Passengers travelling between Glasgow Airport and the city centre can access information about the Games, what's on in Glasgow and the very latest information from First Bus.
It will be updated with the latest news and travel information during the Games.
To try out the presentation, see the vinyls in action by visiting our "See the Magic" section in the button bar above.
BBC Midlands Today report on the ooh-AR team after Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games launch.
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Ooh-AR directors Dave Smith and Andy Jackson met the Prince of Wales to showcase the app platform at an event to promote UK exports.
They showed the Royal visitor a personal demonstration of Ooh-AR's interactive features and engaging content.
Watch out for a major interactive heritage trail produced by Ooh-AR for the Prince's Charities which will go live later in the year.