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Augment is a mobile app letting you try any product at home in 3D, in Augmented Reality, including furniture, posters, flat screens.

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  • Industry Mobile
  • Location Paris, IDF, France
  • Currency USD
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Company Summary

Augment is an Augmented Reality platform with 2 offers. Augment lets E-Merchants add the "Try at home" button to their product page, so their visitors can try all their products at home in Augmented Reality before purchase. Augment is also a sales presentation tool for sales people on the field, letting them show their entire product catalogue in 3D and in real size, directly in the environment of their customers.


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    Jean-François Chianetta

    Jean-François is a graduate in mechanical engineering. He worked for 5 years as 3D software engineering firm Coventor. He developed a state-of-the-art simulation software for microsystems, MEMS+.

    He has created and developed Augment in parallel during a year and a half, before comitting full-time with his 2 co-founders.

    Jean-François is also the co-organiser of AR Paris , a bi-monthly event gathering the French Augmented Reality ecosystem.

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    Cyril Champier

    Cyril is a Computer Scientist from EPITA. During the last 6 years, he was R&D engineer at BSV, managing a team of developers working on an automatic document reading system. Cyril belongs to the top 2% C# .NET developers in the world according to HR consulting firms tests.

    At Augment, Cyril is 100% focused on software architecture and development.

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    Mickael Jordan

    Mickaël is a graduate from ESSEC MBA. He worked in Israel as Marketing & Design Manager of Netvizio, a startup specialized in the development of connected TV apps. He taught himself programming to develop an open data platform,, laureate of the French governement contest Dataconnexions. Mickaël also worked as Web Analyst for 55, helping major French companies optimize their digital strategy.