ST. LOUIS, MO, Another Reality Studio was recently honored as one of the 2021 winners of the Arch Grants competition.
Another Reality Studio (ARS) won a 2021 Arch Grant award for their Looking Glass 3D virtual walkthrough web application. Arch Grants is a St. Louis nonprofit that awards $50,000 equity-free grants to startups. The organization provided nearly $2 million in funding to 35 startups in its 2021 cohort.
“Another Reality Studio is honored to be a part of this year’s Arch Grants cohort – an outstanding organization supporting the St. Louis startup ecosystem,” said Brad Martin, COO and founder of ARS. “Arch Grants has already helped us connect with so many important relationships and resources. It allows us to bring additional value to our customers. The architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) industry is poised to grow significantly. We are thrilled to expand our Unreal Engine development resources to help shape the future of the 3D visualization marketing.”
Looking Glass is a web application that transforms complex architectural drawings into a simple to use virtual walkthrough 3D space. Anyone can explore what future environments will become for use with any device, at any time, without direction. AEC project managers easily communicate their design team’s vision with unlimited design reviews, free renderings, and realistic environments.
About Another Reality Studio
Another Reality Studio (ARS) is a St. Louis, MO start-up that creates immersive and interactive extended reality (XR) applications for a variety of industries. They are developers of augmented reality (AR), virtual reality (VR), mixed reality (MR), web applications. These services help companies enhance and differentiate their products or services.
Another Reality Studio’s AR/VR/ Web application team has many different skillsets, including both Unity and Unreal Engine development. They have experience with full-stack web development, UI/UX design, 2D/3D graphic design, mobile development, and industrial design.
About Arch Grants
Arch Grants launched in 2012 and has given $10.6 million to 208 startups. Their mission is to transform the economy, in St. Louis and throughout the world, by attracting and retaining extraordinary entrepreneurs. They provide $50,000 equity-free grants and access to an ecosystem of resources, helping early-stage startups grow and scale. Arch Grants’ program is a beacon for entrepreneurs globally, developing the next generation of employers, civic leaders, and philanthropists for the St. Louis region.