Legacy Interactive

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Legacy Interactive
Design and Development Firm
Industry New Technologies
Founded 1998
Founder Ariella Lehrer
Headquarters Los Angeles, California
Website Legacy Interactive


Founded in Los Angeles in 1998, Legacy Interactive is a design and development firm focused on creating apps, games, and experiences that accelerate the adoption of new technologies. Some of the technologies used in Legacy Interactive's products include AR (Augmented Reality) with image recognition, 3D cameras with depth sensing, gesture and voice interfaces, 3D object scanning, multi-touch/multi-screen, 3D printing, and interactive TV. Current clients of Legacy Interactive include: Intel, HP, Lenovo, Crayola, and others.

Its subsidiary, Legacy Games, publishes mobile and PC games for consumers, and has a collection of over 50 developed and produced game titles. Ariella Lehrer, Ph.D. is the CEO of both companies.

Legacy Interactive Products[edit]

Platform Product Title
3D Printing 3D PRINT KITS™ - Build Your Own Desk Clock
3D Printing 3D PRINT KITS™ - Build Your Own Guitar
Intel RealSense Crayola Bubbles
Sprout (computer) Crayola DJ
Sprout (computer) Crayola Color, Draw and Sing
Lenovo All-In-Ones Atlantis: Pearls of the Deep
Lenovo All-In-Ones League of Mermaids
Lenovo All-In-Ones Crayola DJ
Lenovo All-In-Ones Crayola Color, Draw and Sing
Apple TV K3Y