Maxim India creates augmented reality experience through TELiBrahma

29 Nov,2012

By A Correspondent


The November issue of Maxim India decided to bring the Cover Page to life by using the most successful augmented reality technology of TELiBrahma. It enables Augmenting the real world with digital engagements in order to deliver unique and interactive experience for the readers.


Maxim India joined hands with TELiBrahma to take the print editorial to the next level by using intARact app – World’s lightest augmented reality browser available across iOS, Android, Windows, Blackberry, Symbian and Java mobile phones.


When users scan the cover page of the Maxim India from their camera enabled feature phones, smartphones or Tablets using the intARact app, the cover page editorial comes alive into an interactive experience. Through this users will be directed to exclusive videos and slide shows of Lisa Haydon. Users would also be directed to mobile site; social media connect and watch the previous cover page videos of Maxim.


Commenting on the tie up Piyush Sharma, CEO, Maxim India said “Maxim being the ultimate celebration of being a guy, and being young at heart blends seamlessly with a strong personal medium such as mobile. And our alliance with TELiBrahma is a natural alliance of two leaders in complementing industries. We definitely are expecting great results for both our brands and above all the end users. We strongly believe that going forward our association will go beyond providing robust and measurable engagement and ultimately together we will be able to deliver our advertisers a total performance oriented return on their investment. I would like to congratulate entire TELiBrahma team for their great foresight and perfect first execution with the augmentation of our November 2012 issue.”


Narasimha Suresh

“We are happy to partner with Maxim India. Augmented reality allows traditional forms of media to life by driving them into exciting fresh digital content. It also offers a unique opportunity for media houses to integrate static print communication with the digital content, thereby making print as the real spring board for Digital ++.It also allows the publisher to retain continued interest in the print product throughout the shelf life of the product,” said Narasimha Suresh, CEO & Founder, TELiBrahma.



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  1. gaurav says:

    Its one of the most pathetic applications I have seen. Maxim should look for inspiration rather than mediocre Augmented Reality experience. Telibrahma creates worst form of experience and it needs years of development. This app is no where near. The worst part is that it so slow and buggy. My friends tried to run it on Blackberry and Symbian and Java platforms where it never worked. Its a stupid application.