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REALITY EDITOR 2
A WEB-BROWSER FOR THE PHYSICAL WORLD

The Reality Editor is a web browser for the physical world: Point your phone or tablet at a physical object and an interface pops up with information about that object as well as services related to that object. The Reality Editor platform is open and entirely based on web standards making it easy for anyone to create Reality Editor enabled objects as well as Reality Editor applications that integrate the physical and digital world in one experience. Reality Editor version 2.0 is now available for download and adds the following features:


World Wide Web conform content creation.

Spatial Search - Instantly browse through relevant information in the physical world around you. you to browse reality.

Bi-Directional AR - A real-time interactions system.

Private and Decentralized infrastructure for connecting the IoT objects.

Logic Crafting - A visual programming language designed for Augmented Reality.

The Reality Editor works on iOS and you can get it here. Try it out with our Starter App and some Philips Hue Lights or the Lego WeDo 2.0. Learn more about Logic Crafting in our User Interface 101.






Secure Transactions via HTTPS

The Reality Editor can implement secure transactions via the world wide web. This means that companies can build secure payment applications. Think about paying your parking ticket or opening a shared car just by pointing your phone.

Bi-Directional AR via WebSockets

We use a new way of Augmented Reality called Bi-Directional AR. It allows real-time interaction with the machines around you. For example a robotic arm, a drone, or maybe your new car for positioning it perfectly in the parking spot.

Spatial Search via the Cloud

The Reality Editor shows a new user interface paradigm called spatial search. It allows the Reality Editor to use big data in the Cloud to help you make better choices around you.

Spatial Search via the Cloud

The Reality Editor shows a new user interface paradigm called spatial search. It allows the Reality Editor to use big data in the Cloud to help you make better choices around you.

Connect the physical World

The Reality Editor has a super easy interface to connect all kinds of Things together. For Example, a toy from Lego. Download the Starter App to try it out yourself and explore our User Interface 101 on the Webpage.

Logic Crafting for Toys

If you want to dive deeper and tell the physical things around you how exactly they should behave, use the Logic Crafting interface. Logic Crafting is a visual programming system that is easy to learn.

Private and Decentralized Internet of Things

With the Reality Editor, a simple bookmark can become a useful tool to tell your home when you want to sleep. This communication happens private and decentralized. No internet connection is used or required.

Logic Crafting for the Home

Logic Crafting can be used to program your entire house. If you want to try it out yourself, download the Starter App and control your Philips Hue light system.