We use the internet to allow anyone on the web to control physical things (real mechanical objects)
right from their computer.
As an example, this technology allows remote personnel (like medical experts and teachers ) to PHYSICALLY interact with others that are geographically separated from them. They can point out trauma sites on a patient by controlling a precision laser pointer, or help guide students through a problem by physically interacting in the room - even though the instructor is hundreds of miles away.
This is also used to control safety valves and fire suppression equipment, or fun applications like controlling
a submarine inside a shark tank. Check
out our LiveDiver site and take a swim with the sharks right now.
Reach-in provides both the full turn-key solution by building the devices to be controlled, or we can integrate our web technology with your existing equipment; just like we did at Boise State Universities R&D lab (link below).
Our tech is even used in B-2-C marketing. One of our flagship products is called iPetCompanion, which allows people to interact with live animals over
the web in humane societies across the country and has reached over 2MM animal lovers who play with pets that are
available for adoption. Learn more about
So what do we do? We enable physical
interactions over the internet in real-time. To learn more about our company see
our About page,
or take a look at some of the Press coverage on projects we've done.
Click the logos below to see some of our
live (available to the public) sites running now with Reach-in technology!