Since 2018, we have been making mobile apps empowered by the latest technologies. However, technology alone is not enough. We want to encourage people to express and communicate themselves in a strong, challenging and distinctive way.
We took the latest research in Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence and created a powerful tool for our users to express their creativity and communication skills, as we believe that without imagination technology is pointless.
Therefore we were the first ones to implement a Neural Network that extracts depth from images and orders objects in space, creating effects never realized before.
For this, Apple awarded us as "App of the Day" and we were selected for the mentorship program "Google for Startups".
Loopsie claims more than 5 million downloads and thousands of monthly active users, but we are at the very beginning. Our dreams go even further 😎
3 is the perfect number,
but 4 is better.
Computer science engineer since 2019, he has founded Loopsie together with two college fellows (below) while working as a mobile developer for several software houses. Loopsie’s fascination for depth is his fault: he’s madly in love with deep learning
With gin too, but it’s another story.
Computer science engineer since 2018 and co-founder of Loopsie, he had worked as an Android engineer for several years. He's a data investigator: he breaks everything down to learn from every single Bit. He codes Kotlin and Swift typing to the rhythm of the music in his headphones.
Guess what? He’s a computer engineer, too. Passionate about 3D graphics and editing, he won the 2016 Apple WWDC Scholarship for having implemented a path tracer (a 3D rendering method) on Metal (an Apple framework). He’s an iOS/Mac developer focused on image processing, computer vision and GPGPU processing.
Addicted to pizza.
After her graduation cum laude in Motion Graphics and Interaction Design, she has worked as a visual and motion designer for some creative studios and agencies before landing onto Loopsie. She masters rebranding and storytelling thanks to her use of colors, photography and typography animations.
She goes totally crazy for Corgis and plans to get one ASAP.