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Android Prototype for Sony’s Xperia Touch

Sony was working on a brand new way to interact with technology through projectors. The Sony Xperia Touch projects an Android tablet on any hard surface, and uses IR sensors to detect where you touch. They needed a fun, interactive way to show the power of this new product, so they hired Mokriya to help.

PROCESS

Mokriya ideated with the Sony team and came up with a brand new app that could help someone learn calligraphy using the Xperia Touch.

We built an Android app that projected a calligraphic word onto a piece of paper, and then coached the user through the different steps to write that word using a calligraphy pen.

RESULTS

The Xperia Touch’s ability to turn any surface into a fully functional tablet created an entirely new experience for users.

The Xperia Draw app married physical surfaces with a digital interface and the result was an incredible new way to learn new art skills. The Xperia Draw app was built in six weeks by the Mokriya engineering team.

The Xperia Touch’s ability to turn any surface into a fully functional tablet created an entirely new experience for users. The Xperia Draw app married physical surfaces with a digital interface and the result was an incredible new way to learn new art skills. The Xperia Draw app was built in six weeks by the Mokriya engineering team.

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© 2017 Mokriya - Nagarro Silicon Valley Labs

© 2017 Mokriya - Nagarro Sillicon Valley Labs

© 2017 Mokriya - Nagarro Sillicon Valley Labs