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Wanting to celebrate the release of the new Rav4 SUV, Toyota in partnership with the BIG3 basketball league enlisted Gravity Jack to conceptualize and develop the Rav4 for 4 mobile app. Showcased at halftime of BIG3 games, the Rav4 for 4 app leveraged augmented reality to display both consumer insights into the Rav4 as well as a unique basketball-themed gaming experience.

The experience equipped users with an iPad and encouraged them to walk around the exterior and explore the interior new Rav4 to trigger exclusive AR content that highlighted the vehicle’s features. After learning about the car’s features, users unlocked a mini basketball game that was played in AR space. Celebrating the release of the Rav4, users raced against the clock to see how many not 3, but 4 pointers they could make before time ran out! The end result was a perfect blend of education and entertainment that brought the Toyota and BIG3 brands together.

  • Toyota
  • BIG3
  • iOS App Development


Augmented Reality

Place digital experience within a real-world environment

Mobile App

Deliver dynamic content to customers in new and exciting ways

Custom Software

Code development specific to the project’s needs

3D Development

Realistic 3D artwork that can be viewed from any angle

Game Development

End-to-end gaming solutions that follow the latest trends and best practices

Object Detection

Ability to scan and recognize any real-world object


After sitting down with the client and understanding their goals for the project, our team quickly got to work and outlined a specific direction for the project that would meet their desired budget and outcome. From design to development we have communication is key. This is done through:



Puts us in the shoes of a potential user to make informed decisions about the functionality and flow of the project.


The blueprints of a project that put the design and development teams on the same page prior the development


Integrating branding, style guides, and more to give the project cohesive look and feel


Development begins with the architecture of the project with integration tests help verify that all software is written based on the project requirements


A test plan is created where the project is tested at each development milestone and again multiple times upon competition to ensure a seamless experience


Working alongside the client, a process is established to launch the project based on the intended audience. The code is then packaged up and provided to the client!


The marketing agency NCOMPASS approached Gravity Jack seeking a team capable of leading a project that combined the newly formed partnership between Toyota and the BIG3 Basketball league into one unique experience. Additionally, the experience was to be used during halftime of the BIG3 games and encourage attendees to interact with Toyota’s new Rav4 SUV. Gravity Jack’s solution was to create an augmented reality experience that places unique markers all along the exterior and interior of the vehicle. Using Apple’s iPad, users would scan the markers to prompt AR text that gives users insights to the Rav4’s consumer features.

Once the user completed exploring the car’s features, the app prompted a Toyota and BIG3 branded mini basketball game that was played within an augmented reality scene. Using their finger on the iPad, users would pull the basketball back and release it to launch a shot. The AR game featured a shot clock, scoreboard, and an exclusive 4-point shot to celebrate the release of the Rav4. Competing against their attendees of the BIG3 game, users would race against the clock to see how many 4-pointers they could make in a single session. In the end, the Rav4 for 4 was a great example of how the power of AR can be harnessed for any type of occasion.


This project’s wireframes included strategic planning that accounted for several different points along the vehicle that were to display AR content. All screens had the ability to direct users to the AR-based mini game.


The blueprints of a project that put the design and development teams on the same page prior the development


Gravity Jack developed the entire experience Rav4 for 4 experience specifically for Apple’s iPad. Making an experience specifically for iPads madeit easier for Toyota to interact with the users while also providing a larger screen for the AR experiences.


UI/UX development for mobile devices with larger screen sizes


Gravity Jack delivered a private app that was developed specifically for the Apple iPad that allowed Toyota representatives to equip the basketball game attendees with the ability to explore the new Rav4 and all if it’s features using augmented reality.

The Goal

Celebrating the release of the sew Rav4 vehicle, the team at NCOMPASS wanted to create a marketing campaign that combined the newly formed partnership between Toyota and the BIG3 Basketball league into one unique experience.

Gravity Jack’s Solution

With an actual Rav4 present at BIG3 games, Gravity Jack wanted to deliver an experience thaty encourgaed users to interact with the car and its features. In addition to engagement with the car, Gravity Jack wanted to deliver an experience that will leave attendees with a lasting impression.

The Result

To accomplish the client’s goals for the project, Gravity Jack developed a series of AR experiences that allowed users to walk around the car and activate educational AR content. After the user explored all of the features via AR markers, the application presented the user with a mini basketball game that also leveraged augmented reality technology.