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Story telling unique and innovative
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3D avatars tell history
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Augmented Reality makes history truly inspiring
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No additional hardware needed museum visitors use their own smartphones

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We build audio-visual "Companion" apps for museums using Augmented Reality. A unique and intuitive approach to transfer knowledge. Storytelling by 3D avatars. Wow!

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Companion Apps for Museums

We build audio-visual companion apps for museums. Museum visitors use their own smartphone or tablet (iPhone, iPad, Android) and scan so called "targets" to launch 3D avatars within display cases, in front of the museum, on museum booklets or newspaper articles. Our animated historic heros present content in an informal but emotional way - bringing history to live!

  • For Android/iPhone/iPad
  • Multiple Languages, Subtitles, and content types
  • All content is offline
  • A powerful Social Media tool

Philipp Breuss-SchneeweisFounder Schneeweis.Technology

Philipp Breuss-Schneeweis is the founder and board member of Wikitude GmbH, which is the world’s leading mobile augmented reality (AR) technology provider for smartphones, tablets and digital eyewear. With about 100,000 registered developer accounts and more than 10,000 apps online, Wikitude has grown to be the world’s leading independent AR platform.


In 2015, Philipp Breuss-Schneeweis founded Schneeweis.Technology, to apply the exciting possibilities of Augmented Reality and Wikitude to one of his main interests: history and archeology, with the mission to "bring history to life".


"Archeology and history were the very first use cases for Augmented Reality I had in mind 8 years ago, when I developed the first version of Wikitude. Since then, the Wikitude team has made huge improvements, and now I am really excited to bring those ideas to life."


Philipp Breuss-Schneeweis, a native of Salzburg, Austria, holds a Master in Computer Science from Bowling Green State University, Ohio.

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