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Zappen is new technology that helps you connect online to your favorite artists, places, and businesses with your camera phone.

Looking for a cutting edge loyalty program? Would you like a faster, easier way to reach existing customers? Zappen technology can be integrated into existing iOs and Android mobile apps—or we can build you something entirely new. Contact us to find out how.

How Can Businesses Use Zappen?

Zappen is a great tool for brick-and-mortar businesses looking to grow their social media presence. It is especially well suited for spaces such as museums, theme parks, restaurants, shopping malls, subways, convention centers, theaters, performance spaces, trade shows and exhibitions—where signage plays a prominent role.

How It Works

Yes Exactly developed the Zappen app to combine computer vision technology with mobile search.Simply put, Zappen allows your phone to see two-dimensional images in much the same way that people see them.

Have you ever spotted an eye-catching sign and wanted to find out more? Imagine seeing a concert poster, then with one click pulling up a music video, with a second click reserving your ticket. What if you could click on a billboard ad, then immediately find yourself on a customized landing page based on the data from your phone?

Zappen works in both indoor and outdoor environments, in a wide range of lighting conditions. It can be used with most media and combined with location based services, for images as small as a business card or as large as a billboard.

Whether you are shopping, browsing a restaurant menu, or strolling through a music festival, Zappen brings the experience of augmented reality directly to you—no headset or special glasses required.

Try It Today

Contact us to request a free, personalized demo and discuss how this option may be right for you.

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