App Updates!

We update our App a few times a year to bring you more experiences with your bracelet. This keeps it fresh and exciting as you see your experiences evolving. 

Next Release - Scheduled for March-April 2020

We don't like to give everything away but here is a preview. 


The sensations were a big hit and we have decided to extend them into more immersive experiences. Stay Tuned!

Gem Touching

Currently you can move the gem around like a remote controller and the gem responds to the AR. but you cannot touch it like a button with your finger. We are adding the ability to touch and have the Augmented Reality Respond. Not giving anything else away.

Ascencia Story (Unicorns) 

We have been working with author Liz Maverick to get the 2nd Book in the Ascencia Series. This is a huge effort and is coming along very nicely. 

There is more planned for the March Update but that is all we are sharing for now :)




Oct 31, 2019 - Last Update 


Pong in AR!

Two types of Pong - Multi Ball and Classic.

A little bit about the first video game and why pong is so important for the foundation of new games.

In October 1958, Physicist William Higinbotham created what is thought to be the first video game. It was a very simple tennis game, similar to the classic 1970s video game Pong, and it was quite a hit at a Brookhaven National Laboratory open house.


The first real simulations of realistic AR experiences. Hold and control a realistic monarch butterfly and Tarantula spider (this one is a bit scary).

beta: Paint 

Paint using your gem as a paint brush. This experience is still in beta!

Ascencia Story (Unicorns) 

Bug fixes.