Read about our Cross-platform development experience below.
Beat Kangz Electronics hired Art & Logic to create the firmware for the Beat Thang, a new groovebox aimed at the hip hop market. The project also includes a Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) plugin for Mac OS X and Windows called the Beat Thang Virtual. It is available at Sam Ash, Guitar Center, and online.
Skycomp, Inc. needed to process aerial image data and extract information about traffic patterns. A large amount of image data had to be processed rapidly by hand. Their existing tool, SkyTracker 1, was outdated and difficult to use. Art & Logic designed a new user interface and implemented a more powerful cross-platform tool. Skycomp later hired Art & Logic to enhance SkyTracker II with the ability to render ECW images, making it possible to quickly scan and annotate much larger, high resolution images.
Font Diner had a set of scripts for Adobe Photoshop to apply image distressing affects to an image. They wanted a faster, more powerful way to do these affects while protecting their original images and maintaining cross-platform support. Art & Logic delivered the plug-in on Windows XP, Mac OS 9 and Mac OS X (PowerPC and Intel), and updates when, new at the time, Photoshop CS3 was released. The plug-in was faster and more powerful than the original scripts, had a unique interface, and kept the client's proprietary data secure.
MedID Technologies hired Art & Logic to develop a personal medical documents system that runs on a USB flash drive (kind of like a smart Medicalert bracelet). The user plugs it into a Mac or Windows computer and securely edits a variety of medical data, or shows it to their health care professional.
Art & Logic created both Windows and Mac OS versions of "NeonCAD". Users can design arbitrarily complex neon signs using the CAD tools provided, and animate those signs using the client's proprietary neon control technology that allows light to appear to move through a neon tube. The animation patterns may be previewed on the computer. The resulting sign layouts can be printed for sign fabricators, and the animation control data can be saved to the client's neon controller hardware for deployment.
Art & Logic, Inc.
2 North Lake Avenue
Pasadena, CA 91101
Over 500 companies have hired Art & Logic, including:
"I have done business with Art & Logic for eight years and they have handled a variety of software development projects for us...our results with them have always been good!"
PSAR Systems, Inc.