Read about our Desktop 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.
Bongiovi Acoustics hired Art & Logic to port their software-based active signal processing technology from Mac to Windows. Digital Power Station for Windows is a system-wide utility that enriches the audio quality of any music or movie being played on your computer. The software won the CES 2012 Innovations Honorees award in the Software and Mobile Apps category.
Otari hired Art & Logic to develop a virtual patchbay application that controls how pieces of audio equipment communicate over a firewire network. Art & Logic solved a number of difficult design problems including how to quickly display and update the thousands of connection possiblities between multiple audio devices. This software is currently used in real-time production at locations such as television stations and live performance theatres.
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.
A social networking startup hired Art & Logic to develop an instant messaging desktop client application and supporting web services. The desktop client provides a "live chat" experience with rich HTML and easy video sharing. It also fosters the creation of small, themed communities or groups with social links and file sharing.
This innovative system allows access to your important medical information at any time or location. The MiCARD system includes a small rechargeable battery powered card with a color viewing screen and web-based software for loading the card with personal health information. The system works in conjunction with Google Health® and other personal health system providers.
Art & Logic was hired by Verance to port the original Mac OS version of the ConfirMedia application to Windows, and later to a native Cocoa application for Mac OS X, by creating a multi-platform unified code base. Verance also hired Art & Logic to develop a Windows Mobile version of ConfirMedia. ConfirMedia is an innovative audio watermarking solution designed to protect, manage, and monitor audio content, including broadcast monitoring and verification, copy protection, and content management.
Comprehensive Control Systems makes a line of copier control touch screen products for metering, monetizing, and controlling access to copiers. Industries served include law, accounting, financial, and educational institutions. When they decided to expand their products to network printers, they hired Art & Logic to develop a Windows service to intercept and hold incoming print jobs, collect pertinent information about each job, store the gathered information in a database, and then process or cancel the job depending on business logic provided by another service.
This work has been featured in write ups from the New York Times to the Houston Chronicle, and we are very proud to have been a part of the work and have such a strong relationship with the client, iGlobe, even today. Art & Logic was hired to build an application for iOS and Mac that can display a realtime rendering of Earth with the ability to layer streaming weather data layer (this rendering is displayed on a 3D spherical screen)--basically an amazing 3D view of Earth built from scratch that does real-time visualization of the earth with overlays from various agencies. more...
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—Howard I. Berrent, Ph.D.
President and CEO
Harcourt Interactive Technology