Some Projects

2016

Javier’s New Tooth

A fully interactive and exciting story-app which combines education, humour and undeniable cuteness. Designed for toddlers, pre-schoolers, and elementary / primary age children to explore alone or with a parent. The unique creation of an experienced and highly skilled educator and her own young children. Packed full of ‘click me’
2016

Memorial Sloan

We built a reproduction of the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. This allowed prospective patients to become familiar with the treatment facility before treatment.
2016

Risk Runner

RiskRunner: SurgeryTM’ is a game about surgical risk based on real world health data from your local hospital. Guide heroes Pat and Patty Slide through their treatment for a hernia. Score points and collect rewards by keeping Pat and Patty healthy and by getting them out of hospital quickly without any complications!
2016

Communities Without Barriers

Communities Without Barriers use live interactive video streaming to provide people universal access to great solutions to break down physical, virtual and perceived barriers. While still in the pre-launch phase, we produced extensive UI designs (you have no idea!) and a selection of potential logos. We have incorporated social media and petitioning into the
2016

The Wild Beast

We modeled an interactive build based on The Wild Beast Concert Hall for our client CNDG to be used as a virtual welcome centre.
2016

MinneDemo (Minnestar) 2015

Robin presented at Minnedemo, Minneapolis in the Summer of 2015. He demonstrated Hoof It! a 3D model viewer which enables the user to walk around inside the environment. Robin developed Hoof It! with Burak Akdere. You can download and try Hoof It! here by downloading the zip file. The preparation – installation
2016

StretchPilates.Fit

Our client at Stretchpilates.fit is exactly the kind of customer we love the best! She needed a complete rebrand – everything from name, logo and web to a completely new social media presence. We produced a new web site and integrated it with a booking system. We modeled the new logo in
2016

Excelsior Girls’ Night Out

Over the summer season of 2015 we worked with The Lake Minnetonka & Excelsior Chamber of Commerce to produce a series of 8 posters – both print and digital, postcards, tote bags logo, street banner, social media adverts, logos and tickets for the weekly Girls’ Night Out events. Girls Night
2016

National Health Service

While employed at Imperial College Robin worked on many NHS builds for various Trusts from training simulations to way-finding exercises (signage), architectural walkthroughs to complete operating room environments.
2016

Farnham Road Hospital

While working at Imperial College Robin created a model of £30 million Farnham Road Hospital, Surrey for Surrey and Borders Partnership, Foundation NHS Trust. PM Devereux architects used Revit to produce a 3D design, while we were contracted to produce an interactive walkthrough which would allow the client to move
2016

Clinical and Disaster Training

We have modelled and scripted ‘game-style’ training environments for several government agencies in the UK. The Simulation Technology-enhanced Learning Initiative (STeLI) for the London Deanery needed a patient management simulation for training junior doctors. It was an immersive clinical environment which enabled NHS staff to practice managing situations where a
2016

Cyoot Zombies

Cyoot Zombies is a rhyming book app about cyoot zombies living in the underground tunnels and shafts of Minneapolis. Stuffed full of interactivity and humor to read together with your child or let them explore it alone. Listen to the beautifully cyoot narration and explore the sounds and animations as
2016

An Ishy Alphapedia

Do your Iris Itchers irritate? Have your Pus-Pellets ever exploded unexpectedly? Did you know that EVERYONE has Kidney Kickers; have you ever seen them dance? An Ishy Alphapedia is an alphabet full of farting, screaming, dancing bodily infestations. Inspired by my young twins and carefully illustrated for them by me;