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PMS Microdesign - Web Application Development

PMS Microdesign is a Web Technology Company working to advance open-source Web development in the areas of 360VR, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, interactive 3D graphics, Web Audio API for Web sites and applications, gaming, music, audio/video conferencing, audio analysis, synthesis and visualization. Developing Web applications using HTML5 and JavaScript rivals native apps in many respects including JavaScript just-in-time compilation, 3D graphics, advanced audio, millions of open-source libraries and API’s and a develop once deploy everywhere functionality.


PMS Microdesign - 84 South 15th Street - Pittsburgh, PA 15203 - 412.478.6126 - pmsauter@gmail.com


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