Who We Are
BIM belongs on the jobsite. AR is the medium to bring it there.
Argyle started out as a conviction that someday, someone, would bring the 3D models to the jobsite in Augmented Reality. But to really work it had to be microwave easy and faster than a tape measure and plans. Bored of waiting for someone smarter to build it, we did.
At the Intersection of Construction and XR
Logan cut his dev chops writing Revit plugins as an architectural intern. The promise of becoming a building architect was creativity. The reality was making the BIM model behave.Logan spent most of his time as a licensed architect doing the tedious work of model building - creating a 3D Revit model that would, eventually form the legal documents of the building. Logan found creative expression in software architecture. His proprietary registration software, Risa, brings 3D models into precise 1:1 alignment with the real world.
Maret was born on a jobsite. Figuratively, of course. Briefly a flagging contractor (you’ve seen the signs--stop/slow), Maret paid for law school on the jobsite. Law was supposed to be the glamorous thing, but the price was tedium. She got inspired when Logan told her someone would put the BIM on the jobsite. Alternate realities on top of this world made more sense to Maret than arcane legal theory, and Construction called back to her.