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First introduced in 2016, Smartdorm is an integrated, cloud based, facility management solution. It currently serves ~100,000 bed spaces and was developed in partnership with the Dormitory Association of Singapore (DASL), the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) and the Defence, Science & Technology Agency (DSTA).
Smartspa is a spa management system that works with workflows, processes and standard operating procedures of spas to bring about a fully customized, bespoke and integrated solution.
Bodysociety is a gym management system that automates the processes of a private small gym such as customer info, bookings, payment and gym access. This allows the gym to run remotely without the need for staff to be physically present at the gym.
Vouch is a automobile insurance platform that aims to deliver a fair and personalised insurance experience to the automobile community.
Chimeric was engaged as the tech partner of Vouch (previously known as Insbee). We were responsible for the development of the system to MVP, after which the entire system was handed over to the founder to grow their own in house development team.
Tonic is a life insurance platform that aims to aggregate and provide roboadvisory for insurance products. Chimeric worked with MAS in relevant security and compliance requirements required for such a highly regulated platform.
Morpheus labs is a blockchain platform as a service offering mission-critical tools, infrastructure and various blockchain protocols. It allows developers to build, experiment and manage their blockchain applications effortlessly at minimal cost and time.
Chimeric was involved as temporary assistance to Morpheus labs as part of their effort to bolster their development capabilities to meet short term deadlines.
Theseus is a web-based game developed for picoCTF 2014. picoCTF is a computer security hacking competition targeted at high school students and above from around the U.S.
Two-Headed Ogre is a 2-player co-operative game where each player plays as one head, one arm and one leg of a two-headed ogre.
The game was created for the Oculus Rift and PlayStation Move platforms with as many other hardware integrations as possible needed to give a digital immersive experience that people at a festival could enjoy.
Ninja Academy is a project developed for Electronic Arts (EA) with the emphasis on creating a family-friendly shooter game that uses a mobile device as its controller, with the game server located in the cloud and streaming the game content to a television device.
What Killed the Butler? is a detective themed interactive story game which allows players to enter a virtual room and interact with live actors to solve a mystery.
The goal was to create an interactive story experience where participants at a festival could take part in and interact with physically.