Products

We think in products, not projects.
Here’s a selection of our featured work.

Gifie

Animated Photo Booth
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The Gifie machine takes four consecutive pictures, generates and uploads a gif to the screen and prints the picture sequence in high quality.

We were tasked to handle all aspects of the system. We began by selecting appropriate hardware including: camera, touchscreen tablet and hardware buttons. Next we developed the software to run the machine, take pictures, create print+gif, upload the images to the server and to save and present the data to the online website where the Gifs are showcased. Gifie end clients include Red Bull, Telenor, Opel, Four Seasons Hotel, to name a few.

3 Development
months

5 Team members

Java, Android, Django, Google App Engine, Python, Linux dev Technologies used

Albeit the tight deadline on Gifie, Pulilab delivered above and beyond and we will continue to work together with the team in the future.

Benjamin Gomola New Business Manager
Universal Music, Hungary

Phlow

A tag and location-based image sharing application
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PHLOW is a new media that removes the noise from today’s pictorial world. It allows users to follow their passion and get inspired by what’s trending and genuinely relevant to them.

The task was to associate all of the images to one or more textual tags and list images in a stream. The challenge was to create an intuitive application with a stream that incorporates a visual harmony. phlow is currently under product development. Private beta will be launched in December.

~* Development
months

1 Team
members

Javascript Technologies used

* Currently in developement

Vidzor

Comprehensive interactive video editing and publishing platform
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Vidzor is a full-service platform to publish and distribute interactive videos that engage and convert target audiences across all platforms.

The Vidzor team designed and developed an HTML5 online platform to create and publish interactive videos. Vidzor aims to be the forefront of interactive HTML5 video technology, offering a unique software solution with interactive technologies beyond clickable hotspots. Our features include video-linking to create non-linear video experiences where the viewer has direct control of the POV viewing experience and apps that allow viewers to provide information via forms, quizzes, social features, maps and much more.

24 Development
months

6 Team
members

Django, Python, HTML5, Javascript, AngularJS, CSS3, MongoDB, PostgreSQL, RabbitMQ Technologies used

UK EDU

UK Department For Education
Bespoke interactive video for the educational sector
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We designed and developed bespoke applications for our Vidzor platform to catch the attention of potential teachers and inspire them to register for the UK Department for Education’s interactive video.

The team developed bespoke HTML5 applications including an interactive menu, input forms and registration applications with the purpose to maximize engagement and conversion within the UK educational sector. We used the Vidzor platform to host and build the interactive video as well as collect all data on the engagement and interaction rates of the interactive video.

1.5 Development
months

3 Team
members

Django, Python, AngularJS, CSS3 Technologies used

AON

Bespoke interactive video for the insurance sector
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We designed and developed bespoke applications and made third party integrations from the Vidzor platform to maximize engagement and conversions for AON’s interactive video.

We were tasked to design and develop an intuitive video menu for viewers to engage and educate themselves on global risks in AON’s interactive video. In order to convert engagement, we integrated an input form after each video segment, which was fully integrated with Eloqua, AON’s 3rd party platform to send all viewer input directly and seamlessly.

2 Development
months

3 Team
members

Django, Python, AngularJS, CSS3 Technologies used

LeFood

Online Food Delivery Platform
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We were tasked to design, analyze and develop a delivery portal. We created an end-to-end site which offers a simple interface for customers, restaurants, and administrators.

We created a backend that handles restaurants, food ordering, and payments. The system also has a very broad use of frontend javascript using AngularJS as a frontend framework. We were also heavily involved in the UX and design of the platform and we created the complete digital brand for Lefood (which is the only part that still remains of our initial work).

3 Development
months

4 Team
members

Django, Python, AngularJS, Javascript, GeoTagging Technologies used

Telebond

Value based communication platform
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Telebond strives to create the first value based communication platform rewarding time; direct, immediate and secure.

Pulilab has been involved with the Telebond team to design a system that can both handle the technicalities of opening and keeping a video conference, keeping track of its time, and making sure that payments are collected and distributed afterwards.

We’ve been involved as advisors to the business from the beginning, advised on key hires and provided designers to create, design and product manage the complete system. A modular approach was chosen, using Java and Dropwizard frameworks to expose an API for the frontend where we use AngularJS.

~* Development
months

3 Team
members

Javascript, HTML5, WebRTC, Java Technologies used

* Currently in developement

Nulkommafem

Data visualisation for crowds
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“Nulkommafem” approached Pulilab in 2012 to create a dynamic system to manage SMS messaging campaigns which would provide realtime feedback onto a big screen and have the ability to run parallel campaigns.

The Pulilab team took on the challenge using agile development and chose Django on Google AppEngine as main technologies, which resulted in a backend solution that would: allow for a variety of SMS message gateways, make it possible to switch service providers, allow for parallel events to take place, allow for setup from a django-admin interface, include a profanity filter making it possible to discard messages of malicious nature.

Predominantly SMSCity was designed to be able to handle heavy loads and to use Google AppEngine so that it could automatically scale up the infrastructure and in theory handle any amount of incoming SMS messages.

3 Development
months

4 Team members

Django, Python, AngularJS, Javascript, GeoTagging Technologies used

Our partnership with Pulilab has proven to be beyond our expectations; it is rare to come across such a team of highly skilled engineers with an excellent approach to execute complex software projects. Our experience has been extremely positive with the smooth delivery of SMSCity.

Sune Petersen Technical & Creative Director
NulKommaFem Aps.

Flikli

Customer feedback platform
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The Flikli feedback platform can handle multiple projects throughout multiple project phases, while keeping track of available resources, so that they never over-promise or under-deliver.

Pulilab built a system from the ground up that handles all aspects of production for Flikli. The platform handles everything from the moment a client shows interest in having a video, until the moment they receive a link to their finished HD-video. The platform consist of a few parts: The State Machine, Script- Frame- and Animation-Editor, and asset management. On the backend of the system, the main technology is Django. The Django framework is used for all problems related to statemachine, storage and authentication.

18 Development
months

2 Team members

Django, Python, NodeJS, AngularJS, CSS3, HTML5 Technologies used

I have been working with the Pulilab guys since day one, the continental distance does not conflict in communication, resulting in continuous quality work and a strong partnership.

Richard Adkin CEO, Flikli Inc

WHO

A Digital Health Atlas web-platform to strengthen the value and impact of digital health investments.
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World Health Organization currently uses a booklet toolkit called MAPS Toolkit (more about the MAPS Toolkit here), which is used in-field by project-owners to identify and track progress on development projects in the 3rd world. Currently this is completely an analog process where the authors go through a book and update its values. Occasionally the booklet is submitted for evaluation.

Pulilab has been tasked with converting this process into a web-application that can handle the same complexity as the booklet, using internet and all of the advantages that comes with it.

The Pulilab team has built a complete platform from scratch that imitates how the project-owners were tracking their progress. Simultaneously they can immediately compare data, get real-time dashboard notifications on their performance, share tips with other project-owners, and connect with financial donors who can follow their progress immediately.

4 Development
months

5 Team
members

Django, AngularJS, HTML5, CSS3 Technologies used

UNICEF

USSD Messaging Technology & Long-Term SLA Partner
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UNICEF has an interest in the ability to reach out to and get feedback from as many people at once via mobile phone technology.

An example use case may be in the instance of a flood or fire in a largely populated area. In order to have as much data as possible on how to direct emergency help, UNICEF sends a mass-sms to hundreds of thousands of people at the same time asking a simple line of questions (i.e. Do you have water? yes/no). Depending on the feedback, a follow up question could be sent (i.e. asking about the number of people). Based on the processed answers, UNICEF can take appropriate action.

UNICEF has co-developed a product called RapidPro that solves this scenario using SMS technology, yet SMS is “state less”, slow and it’s expensive to run a campaign. UNICEF needed to integrate a new technology that is state-full, fast, and works on every mobile phone and has awarded Pulilab with the task of solving this challenge.

Pulilab is upgrading RapidPro with a messaging technology called USSD that makes the product “state full” and allowing for faster feedback. Pulilab is in charge of the technical architecture, UX design and the implementation.

3 Development
months

1 Team
members

Django, Python, HTML5, Javascript, AngularJS, CSS3, Product+Web Design Technologies used

AppWash

Application to replace washing machine tokens
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AppWash IVS is a Danish startup with the mission to remove the traditional washing machine tokens and make booking a washing session easy. The whole process should be done from a mobile application.

When communities share one or more washing machines, it becomes a challenge to track the booking of machines and to handle the accounting of the sessions. The most common solutions include a token-based payment system and a paper sheet. The downside is that tokens attract break-ins and paper-based bookings are tedious to manage.

Pulilab has developed a mobile application where users can book a time slot and pay the wash session via credit card transaction.

The application will automatically signal the washing machine to initiate the wash at the booked time slot. In order for the application to connect with the washing machine, we built a small internet connected computer which can control the power to the machine by the mobile application.

We conceptualized and built this production ready product from inception, and it is currently being made ready for mass-deployment.

3 Development
months

2 Team
members

DIonic, Django, AngularJS, Google App Engine, Raspberry Pi Technologies used

RemRey

Remote Reality, ‘Be here, anywhere'
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We’ve been fascinated with VRs and drones and had a ‘what if you could fly?’ idea. This lead to the question, “What if you could completely immerse yourself into another reality using the same visual mechanism as your eyes do?”

Currently, virtual reality is associated with immersive gaming from your living room, so providing a remote reality solution opens up a world of possibilities to be in two places at one time, creating a new way to connect with the real world.

We took on the challenge and built a small robot, which emulates the human head movement. It records live video feed displayed back to the viewer. With the two cameras it gives the feeling of depth. In order to achieve this we developed a stereoscopic video system that is placed on a platform that moves on three axes. RemRey is controlled remotely by gyroscopic data.

The opportunities for remote reality are endless from virtually joining a dinner party across the ocean to a surveillance device you can virtually control with your head.

An immediate opportunity can be found in FPV racing, which has a fast growing market with over 6,000 pilots in 69 countries looking to enhance their experience.

Other use cases can be found in scene overview for rescue workers or a supporting role in telepresence, where remote reality gives a whole new dimension, for instance, virtual meetings, surgery assistance, remote tourism, monitoring and inspections, and so much more.

2 Development
months

2 Team
members

Django, Raspberry Pi, HTML5, JS Device Location, Stereoscopic photography Technologies used

Ovivo

Shift-Planning Software
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Advanced web-based shift-planning software.

Pulilab has been contracted to build a system that can both handle the technicalities of opening and keeping a video conference, keeping track of its time, and making sure that payments are collected and distributed afterwards.

We remotely co-developed the project with a development-team in Denmark. Ovivo is a highly comprehensive shiftplanning system with many built-in features such as: take/ void/ swap shifts, reporting, overtime regulations, automatic round-robin SMS/app notification mechanisms to ask free employee to step during busy times.

18 Development
months

1 Team
members

Django, Python, Redis Technologies used