Korean startup Letsee that provides Augmented Reality (AR) Solutions available on the Web announced that it is ready to expand the business internationally. Letsee is launching a global version of its Developer website previously only available in South Korea in December. After the launch, anyone in the world familiar with basic code languages will be able to publish AR contents that can be accessed via any web browser.
No download needed for AR
Lessee’s WebAR SDK is the only one that supports both WebGL and HTML APIs. The platform’s Development kit allows publishing 2D and 3D images, videos, audios, 3D models with animation, and user interactive content in AR on the Web. It means that users do not have to download a separate mobile application to access published content but can experience AR at its best via their mobile phone browsers.
Letsee offers all users a Free SDK Trial. Commercial packages costs range from $ 30 per month for small projects to $ 4000 per month for unlimited number of views. Letsee is the only company in Asia that builds stunning Augmented Reality environments available on the Web. The startup team previously has built solutions for Samsung Electronics and Korean KB Hana Bank and currently working on projects for other biggest Korean companies. Letee WebAR SDK has been recognised and recommended in Gartner Analytics research “Technology Insight for Multiexperience Development Platforms”.
Letsee was founded as the official startup of the Korea Institute of Science and Technology and established its R&D Center in 2014. The company has partnered with major Korean companies and has developed solutions for Samsung Electronics and KEB Bank. Leading marketing and research agency Gartner has partnered with Letsee to spread awareness and marketing for their product. The startup’s goal is to lead the way in building a world where anyone can experience Immersive Augmented Reality.
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