We’re a tech studio based out of Singapore
building bespoke simulations and decision support systems.
We worked with the wonderful team at MITsdm to recreate Killian Court. With an auditorium added under the Great Dome and displays around the Court, the Space was used for graduation events, poster sessions and socials.
Built to host an international summer research school, the UiB Virtual Space included prominent buildings of the campus, an imagined lighthouse island and a virtual recreation of Mt. Fløyen.
Future Problem Solving Program International was pioneering in their use of our Virtual Spaces platform for their annual International Conference. The Space was suitably modified to accommodate COPPA requirements.
We worked with the visionary team at UQ to recreate their vast and beautiful campus in detail. The Virtual Campus was used by the faculty of Business, Economics and Law to host bi-annual international orientation events.
The System Dynamics Society incorporated a Virtual Space as part of its 2020 International System Dynamics Conference to host social events, poster sessions, sponsor booths and a virtual 'banquet'.
The Norwegian Association of Marine Scientists hosted a poster session using a Virtual Space with an imagined lighthouse island off the coast of Norway.
A collection of multiple interactive educational case studies were designed and developed for use in UQ's courses related to modelling and managing complex systems.
We worked with the Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology and the Environment (ATREE) to build a mobile app based on a mathematical model of the interactions between various ecological and economic variables of the Banni grasslands.
As part of the Capturing Coral Reef & Related Ecosystem Services (CCRES) project, we developed a visually rich systems mapping tool to aid information gathering from focus group discussions with local communities.
We created a browser-based app for a system dynamics model of a simple fishery. The app was designed as an introduction to System Dynamics for students.
A visual interface application for a large dynamic model on coastal ecosystems was developed as part of the Capturing Coral Reef & Related Ecosystem Services (CCRES) project.
A simulation sandbox app was created for the University of Stuttgart to enable students to manage the supply chain of a fictional e-scooter distributor.
We developed a visual user interface (VUI) for a dynamic model (ResiMod) of the Olifants River Catchment for the Association for Water and Rural Development (AWARD).