Every project needs the human touch. Our technology and expertise are second to none, but it’s our focus, relentless drive, and commitment to exceeding client expectations that set us apart. It’s why industry powerhouses like MIT Media Lab, Pfizer, and The Wall Street Journal rely on our advanced technology.

What We Do

Designing and Delivering Change with Innovative Services.



ARSOME Technology develops augmented, virtual, and mixed reality programs and products, including training simulations and immersive K-12 STEM modules. Our gamification & storytelling skills can measurably improve employee engagement and student retention.



Our strategists prepare entrepreneurs, companies and academia for the metaverse. Our web3 engineers and metaverse developers tailor virtual worlds, classrooms, and workforce training programs. Build your personalized metaverse today.

AR/VR Workforce


The need for skilled employees is greater now more than ever. Ensuring employees are prepared for on-the-job activities in a controlled environment will save costs and improve occupational awareness. Innovate your workforce training program with simulated learning.

Trusted & Renowned

We partner with companies and organizations that are pushing industry limits.

Case Study

Developing products, programs and applications to inspire and improve.


ARSOME Technology is the metaverse development partner for Goodwin University and its Magnet School System. Soon, scholars will experience manufacturing, aviation, science, and math curricula like never before through activity and experiential based learning. Are you interested in developing a virtual, interconnected world to provide more value to an educational community?

VR Driver Training

Driving CDL trucks are dangerous, costly, and require highlightly specific training. By aligning CDL certification requirements and learning objectives, ARSOME Technology developed a pre-packed (but also customizable) VR driver training program for companies to assess driver capability and weakness.

Mystic Aquarium Animal Heroes

In partnership with Mystic Aquarium, ARSOME Technology developed Animal Heroes, a subscription-based multimedia program for kids aged 6–11 that brings wildlife, nature and science education to life through games, quizzes, activities, and AR. Animal Heroes is used by the Boys and Girls Club of America.

Success starts with change and ARSOME Technology

We believe every project begins with a human touch. Our technology and expertise are second to none, but it’s our communication, focus, and relentless drive that exceeds client expectations. It’s why we have a 5-star Google Rating and are selected by industry trailblazers for technology, like Pfizer and MIT Media Lab. Contact us today.


Education & Insights

Augmented and Virtual Reality in a Post-Covid World.

The Covid-19 crisis opened many peoples’ eyes to the possibilities of augmented and virtual reality technology, which provided them with new possibilities for remote entertainment, remote learning, and remote work, and helped them through an historically difficult..

July 16, 2021

Augmented Reality in the Great Outdoors.

May 01, 2021

3 Ways Museums Can Benefit From AR Usage.

March 12, 2021

ARSOME Technology, MIT and NEAM Develop Game-Changing Spacesuit in AR.

When the New England Air Museum (NEAM) unveils its new exhibit, New England Women in Aviation, on March 12, 2022, one eagerly anticipated interactive component will be a chance to try on a virtual version of the BioSuit™, a next-generation compression...

February 16, 2022

The Impact Of Education Technology On Learning, Part Two.

October 15, 2021

The Impact Of Education Technology On Learning, Part One.

October 08, 2021

ARSOME Technology and Omina Technologies Partner to Provide Trustworthy AI Solutions.

More and more organizations in every sector are beginning to use algorithmic systems in their day-to-day operations. Whether it’s a human-resources department combing through an initial batch of...

February 20, 2022


December 3, 2021

Is Your Enterprise Ready For The Metaverse?

December 1, 2021