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Bring your
printed media
to life with
augmented content...
> What’s it all about?
Labels
Catalogs
Books
Business cards
Posters & flyers
Packaging
Now you can overcome some of the limitations of printed media by adding additional content: metrics, reader interaction, space savings and more.

Digital technology gives people the impression that it’s superior to physical media because it can deliver all these features. However, this is far from the truth. It’s obvious that physical media is here to stay, and is even going from strength to strength in some cases. An attempt was made to compensate for some shortcomings with the invention of the QRCode, which has become popular to the point of being a standard function available on every smartphone. But here again, its rudimentary, limited and unattractive look has confined it to just a few very unsophisticated applications.
Wow.ink & Jolifish Europe will be at CES 2022
from 5 to 8 January
Come and meet our team and find out how we enhance your paper media...
Sands Expo, Lvl 1 Hall G - Eureka Park, Las Vegas
Stand 60414-2
Wow.ink is a software suite featuring a built-in online CMS and mobile scanning applications that simplifies Augmented Reality content creation.

TIn a nutshell, it’s the WordPress of Augmented Reality! The aim of its designers was to empower anyone to add additional content to printed materials, without any technical skills, using a simple web browser. The basic software lets you post an image for recognition (based on the easy recognition principle) and then superimpose digital media (web links, 360° images, YouTube videos or 3D objects) over it. All in a matter of seconds, without installations and without specialized skills.
Wow.ink: The software suite
Online CMS + mobile apps
that make Augmented Reality
content creation easy
> The WordPress of Augmented Reality
Wow.ink is a software suite featuring a built-in online CMS and mobile scanning applications that simplifies Augmented Reality content creation.

TIn a nutshell, it’s the WordPress of Augmented Reality! The aim of its designers was to empower anyone to add additional content to printed materials, without any technical skills, using a simple web browser. The basic software lets you post an image for recognition (based on the easy recognition principle) and then superimpose digital media (web links, 360° images, YouTube videos or 3D objects) over it. All in a matter of seconds, without installations and without specialized skills.
Wow.ink is the result of years of research and successful projects. From the outset, it was designed for speed and ease of use. No 3D dinosaurs attacking you through your phone: just useful content you can use every day. No more snazzy graphics that look great but are ultimately useless.

Used today in many real-world applications like wine labels, product catalogs, posters, amusement parks, comics or children's books, wow.ink has set its sights on becoming the missing link between paper and the digital world. A high-value addition to paper... an age-old means of communication that’s as popular today as it ever was.
The missing
link between
digital and printed media
> Paper and digital can work together at last!
Wow.ink is the result of years of research and successful projects. From the outset, it was designed for speed and ease of use. No 3D dinosaurs attacking you through your phone: just useful content you can use every day. No more snazzy graphics that look great but are ultimately useless.

Used today in many real-world applications like wine labels, product catalogs, posters, amusement parks, comics or children's books, wow.ink has set its sights on becoming the missing link between paper and the digital world. A high-value addition to paper... an age-old means of communication that’s as popular today as it ever was.
No limits to where it can be used:
Book publishers
Book publishers were the first to use this technology, when they were forced to switch to digital while avoiding having to scrap their preferred medium: paper.
Wine labels
Winemakers are inexhaustible when it comes to talking about their wines. Unfortunately, wine bottles provide very little real estate for winemakers to indulge themselves and their prospective connoisseurs with appealing presentations. What if the label on every bottle was a window into the story of the wine and the enthusiastic professional who created it?
Product catalogs
It’s a well known fact that catalogs have a very limited lifespan, and it’s even said that they’re often already obsolete when they come off the press. What if Augmented Reality could give catalogs an extended lifespan, while adding useful statistical information on reading and usage?
Parks and information signage
Discovery parks very often feature explanatory panels. The most modern ones use video screens to provide additional information. What if we used the screen in every visitor’s pocket to reduce the number of devices onsite, the difficulties of updating them and power consumption?
Museums and art galleries
Artists, whether dead or alive, always have something to say about their work. To deliver this information, museums and art galleries often provide small signs, video screens, or paper media of all kinds. What if we made the task of managing all these tools easy through the visitors' mobile phones?
Restaurants and hotels
The recent pandemic has changed the way things are done in areas as diverse as catering, leading a lot of restaurants to consider providing a paperless menu.
Book publishers
Book publishers were the first to use this technology, when they were forced to switch to digital while avoiding having to scrap their preferred medium: paper.
Wine labels
Winemakers are inexhaustible when it comes to talking about their wines. Unfortunately, wine bottles provide very little real estate for winemakers to indulge themselves and their prospective connoisseurs with appealing presentations. What if the label on every bottle was a window into the story of the wine and the enthusiastic professional who created it?
Product catalogs
It’s a well known fact that catalogs have a very limited lifespan, and it’s even said that they’re often already obsolete when they come off the press. What if Augmented Reality could give catalogs an extended lifespan, while adding useful statistical information on reading and usage?
Parks and information signage
Discovery parks very often feature explanatory panels. The most modern ones use video screens to provide additional information. What if we used the screen in every visitor’s pocket to reduce the number of devices onsite, the difficulties of updating them and power consumption?
Museums and art galleries
Artists, whether dead or alive, always have something to say about their work. To deliver this information, museums and art galleries often provide small signs, video screens, or paper media of all kinds. What if we made the task of managing all these tools easy through the visitors' mobile phones?
Restaurants and hotels
The recent pandemic has changed the way things are done in areas as diverse as catering, leading a lot of restaurants to consider providing a paperless menu.
SHARED APPLICATIONS
2 VERSIONS
2 AFFORDABLE MODELS
An AR scanner in every pocket
If you want to read augmented content, you have to be able to read it. The reader is available as an app installed on the users' mobile iOs or Android phone.

This app comes in two forms, a shared version where anyone has their own space to add their own content, or a brandable version for professionals who need to manage a lot of content and want to promote their own brand.