Projects

It's not just about pushing people and pixels

It’s about creating something both parties are proud of and happy to work on. At Karman, we believe the best results are produced when ideas are matched with the correct technology. Just take a look at some of our favourite projects.

INCREDEBOOKS

DISNEY IMAGICADEMY


Bringing Disney's favourite characters to life for kids and parents alike. Incredebooks: Disney Edition is a platform designed for many books to come.

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SONY via MERCURY ACTIVE

TIKI RUSH


Fast paced and action packed, this endless runner for Playstation Mobile combines endless fun and challenges in a vibrant jungle environment.

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HYPERFLOW STUDIOS

Watch faces / glow


As a first for Android Wear, The Glow by Stephanie Carls watch face lets you match your watches colours to your daily outfit or surroundings.

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  • Hyperflow Studios

    Watch Faces by Hyperflow

  • Publishers Clearing House

    PCH Lotto Blast

  • King's College London

    Organisational Resilience

  • IncredeBooks

    Funny Fables AR Book Series

  • Mattel Inc.

    Phase 10

  • Disney XD

    Fangbone

  • IncredeBooks

    Three Little Pigs Augmented Reality Book

  • IncredeBooks

    Moshi AR Coloring

  • Publishers Clearing House

    PCH Frontpage

The best ideas come from unexpected places

When it comes to creativity, Karman doubles down. Between client work, we give our team the freedom and time to experiment with whatever ideas and technologies come to mind. Constantly enriching our specialties and broadening our knowledge, we’re always at the forefront of possibility. It’s this approach that keeps Karman clients on the leading edge.

Labs

Bring it on

With an active industry presence built on a foundation of award-winning work, and full-service capabilities that include animation, 3D modelling and more, there's nothing we can't handle. Partner with our exceptional team and come to expect the unexpected.

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