AI in the Artist Toolkit: AI in VR, AR and Games

AI in Virtual Reality

If metaverse was the buzzword at every tech event last year, then AI and its contentious implications across almost every industry has been the pivotal focus of the year 2023 so far.  The controversial use of AI in the art and tech world has already been massively scrutinised, with its ability to automate and enhance […]

Draw & Code Partner with YOUAR


Draw & Code is proud to announce our partnership with YOUAR.  YOUAR is an augmented reality visual positioning system that has the potential to allow Draw & Code’s expert team to craft mobile AR experiences that connect people and places together in innovative ways. Draw & Code harness cutting-edge technologies to make immersive experiences for […]

Women Working in VR – It’s Slow Progress

Women Working in VR

Draw & Code’s Head of HR Gemma Dale looks at our progress towards a better gender balance in our organisation and the wider struggles faced by our industry. It’s International Women’s Day 2023 and for us at Draw & Code that is usually a time to take stock, reflect on where we are at as […]

‘Kokoverse’ At SXSW Dolby House


A Demo for Future Live VR Performances At SXSW (the confusing acronym for Austin’s South By South West event) Draw & Code have revealed a tech demo that harnesses and technology to experiment with future performance capture pipelines for the music industry. This working proof-of-concept playfully dubbed ‘KOKOVerse’ takes an onstage performance by […]

Designing A Paradise In VR: Architecture, Flora And Mindfulness


Shelta VR For The University Of Liverpool Draw & Code were approached by The University of Liverpool to co-create SHELTA, a virtual reality app built for the Oculus Quest 2. Part of the intention behind SHELTA is for students to be able to access one-to-one counselling and meditation sessions in VR. Chris, our talented creative […]

Squixy AR – A New Perspective Of Learning With Augmented Reality


Squixy AR Draw & Code were approached by the team at Squixy to create an augmented reality app game to teach children mathematics and STEAM subjects. AR tech expands the boundaries of reality, creating previously unfeasible digital realities that can engage, interconnect, respond and change with their environment. This digital enhancement is making its mark […]

Press Release: Draw & Code to Open Second Studio

D&C Malta Studio

Draw & Code Announce New R&D Studio in Malta Draw & Code, one of the world’s most experienced immersive content studios, have announced an R&D and product development studio based in Malta. The new arm for the UK company will focus on innovation; this includes developing original IP in the AR and VR space while […]

Pink Floyd WebAR App Debuts

Pink Floyd WebAR

Pink Floyd Sony Music Entertainment has collaborated with Draw & Code to develop a new AR (augmented reality) experience celebrating the release of Pink Floyd’s The Later Years box set. The latest WebAR technology is employed to allow fans to place iconic album artworks into the real world. All the user needs to do to […]

D&C and Magic Leap Go Raving with Skepta

Skepta AR

Magic Leap Skepta llaborated with Magic Leap and Manchester International Festival on a mixed reality experience for 21st century ravers. Phil Charnock, who DJ’d at many raves in a past life, shares the insider experience: A basement, a red light and a feeling. That is all you need for a good rave. Well, that and […]

Mercedes Magic Leap Experience Debuts

Mercedes Case Study

Magic Leap Draw & Code have developed a new experience with live events and communications agency Meet & Potato for Mercedes that utilises mixed, augmented and virtual reality. The Mercedes-Benz Vans Immersive Roadshow represents the first time that Magic Leap has been used in the commercial vehicle sector and brings together the 21st century AR […]