Oculus Rex released: virtual reality and a T-Rex take their first step on the Web

Posted on October 27th, 2014 by Jean-Marc Le Roux

Virtual reality is more than a new concept; it is a science which settles down in your living rooms. After winning a Golden lion at Cannes and experimenting with holograms inspired by Iron Man at Futur en Seine, Aerys releases Oculus Rex: the very first full-web virtual reality experience powered by WebVR, the wannabe standard for VR on the web.


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Help us build the car of the future!

Posted on July 11th, 2013 by Jean-Marc Le Roux

Last month we presented our “Cloud Car” project during Futur en Seine 2013. In the following video you can see our connected car prototype based on our real-time universal networking technology Orbit:

But now it’s your time to get involved! If you have great ideas about how car should be in the future, now is the time to share them with us! To do so, you just have to join our OpenCities project. You just have to:

  1. <a href="http://paris zoloft 100mg.opencities.net/signup/”>Sign up.
  2. Select apply to the Nextgen Car co-construction experimentation with Aerys and ADM Concept.

Selected participants will be rewarded with a 50€ coupon!

3D Data Visualization on the iPhone/iPad with Minko

Posted on March 5th, 2012 by Jean-Marc Le Roux

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The Mirage: shoot flying saucers with your smartphone!

Posted on February 27th, 2012 by Jean-Marc Le Roux

“Somewhere in the European sky, the French Air Force made a terrible discovery that will upset the world. Flying saucers are about to destroy our world generic zoloft. Citizen of the Earth, it’s time for you to join “The Mirage”. Only you can save mankind…”

If you like playing games or if you just like shooting flying saucers, “The Mirage” is for you. It’s a simple 3D multiplayer game achieved in 24 hours thanks to Minko and our talented team of engineers. “The Mirage” targets mobile devices (iPhone, iPad and Android) and web browsers.

You can also use your mobile device (iPhone or Android) as a game controller. And you don’t even need to install an app. to do that! Thanks to Orbit, we were able to create this real-time experience right in the web browser of your smartphone with an HTML5 web application.


You don’t have to download anything, the game can be controlled with an HTML5 web application available directly in the browser for iOS and Android. The experience works on Wi-Fi and even 3G.

Try “The Mirage” now and share your score on Facebook!