We grow businesses in the Signal Garden

Signal Garden is a technology developer. At a fundamental level our experience is in signal processing. A dozen sensors in your mobile phone and billions of connected sensors in the world, we fuse sensor data and make software for you that runs efficiently on small, low power, low compute devices.

Also a virtual business accelerator, we build technology and tools to share with our Seeds.


Signal Garden is a partnership whose founders have over 60 years of collective expertise in the fields of Software Development, Computer Vision, Augmented Reality, Artificial Intelligence, Custom Algorithms, Embedded Systems and designing hardware to work for you.


Electrolyte Engine is a powerful cross platform library of production ready tools designed to provide a smooth workflow from prototyping to publishing.


Seeding opportunities are infinitely flexible and scalable. We even share technology and developers. Join a small ecosystem of complimentary businesses.

Google Augmented Reality Technology Case Study

Google ARCore launched in September 2017 to deliver Augmented Reality at Android scale, targeting 100 million devices.
The world’s first ARCore app to be published on the Play Store is Atom Visualizer from Signal Garden, developed in partnership with the National Science Foundation and the University of New Mexico. Atom Visualizer is also the #1 downloaded app made exclusively for ARCore.

ARCore is built upon Google Tango – the first consumer hardware platform for mobile Augmented Reality. It uses computer vision to enable mobile devices, such as smartphones and tablets, to detect their position relative to the world around them without using GPS or other external signals.

The Signal Garden team leads Tango development having helped to deliver:

  • ARCore 1.0 Launch Promotion Partner App on the Google Play Store.
  • The top two most downloaded third-party Tango apps.
  • The only AR/VR app to earn a place at the 2016 Google Play Store Indie Games Festival.
  • The overall Best-In-Show winning app of the 2015 Tango Build-An-App contest.
  • Finalists in every category of the 2015 Tango Build-An-App contest.
  • Winners at the Google I/O 2015 Tango Hackathon.

Outlets including Engadget and PocketNow have named Signal Garden’s Signal Mapper utility the best commercial app for Tango, and Johnny Lee (Google, Tango Project Lead & Engineering Director) featured the app presenting Tango during the Google I/O 2017 AR & VR Keynote.

Signal Garden developed the Tango Workshop for the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and delivered Tango at MIT Media Lab’s 2016 AR/VR Hackathon on Google’s behalf. The complete source code and workshop instructions are available on GitHub here: