Mobile, 0px - 767px
Tablet Portrait, 768px - 1023px
Tablet Landscape, 1024px - 1151px
Desktop, 1152+

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Clients

Sick: Project

Starting in 2009, Infrared5 has worked with SICK, a top manufacturer of intelligent scanners and sensors, to design and develop the SICK Open Solution Architecture (SOSA). This technology allows for data visualizations of packages flowing down shipping conveyors at high speeds. After scanning, the real-time data is streamed to a monitoring hub which can also access other consoles, locally and remotely. Infrared5 designed the system around the acclaimed Red5 server, and built the desktop application using Adobe AIR. The apps display real-time data visually through charting, grids and live-motion graphical representations of the packages. The result is a faster, more accurate tracking of packages across locations and more efficient troubleshooting of issues as they arise.

Sick - SOSA

As a top manufacturer of intelligent scanners and sensors, SICK wanted technology that allowed the data visualization of packages flowing on shipping conveyors at high speeds. Infrared5 designed SOSA (Sick Open Solution Architecture) to display real-time data visually through charting, grids, and live-motion graphical representations of packages, resulting in faster and more accurate tracking.

Brass Monkey

Infrared5 created our own proprietary technology that has spawned a whole new business. Brass Monkey is a video game console that uses smart phones as controllers along with any screen with a web browser as the main display. Brass Monkey provides a free software development kit that lets developers create games with similar features to traditional consoles, using familiar tools for creating Web-based games: HTML5, Unity and/or Flash.

Smartsports - The SMARTKAGE

Infrared5 was approached to help create the future of athletic assessment. The SmartKage is a smart batting cage equipped with sensors capable of picking up performance details that cannot be seen by the naked eye. The SmartKage allows coaches, scouts and trainers can monitor athletes' progress by tracking important metric while processing data in real time to deliver the ability for better training opportunities.

Star Wars - Trench Run

Infrared5 teamed up with LucasFilm and THQ Wireless to recreate the final scenes of Star Wars Episode IV in a fast-paced, thrilling browser-based and iOS game. The resulting collaboration was celebrated by Star Wars fanatics worldwide, covered on many iPhone and gaming review websites, and generated so much buzz that Apple chose to feature it on a national press tour about iPhone apps!

Match.com

Match.com wanted to create an online gaming system that provided their members the chance to determine if they have chemistry via real-time games serving as conversation starters. Infrared5 worked collaboratively with Match.com to create a series of interactive Flash-based games for the prospective couples to play together for their live Game Nights.

Jamaica Plain Open Studios: Web App

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Shell Squad Games: HATCH

Hatch Early Childhood wanted to expand the reach of their Shell Squad Games adaptive early-learning software by making it available in iTunes for iPad, in addition to their proprietary Android tablets and Windows touch-screen devices. Using Unity, we were able to create a unified code base that works across all platforms. We converted 18 flash-based educational games that interact with a leveling and scaffolding system.