Please get in touch with us to discuss your project and needs.
All Gem licenses require a logo to be displayed on a splash screen. This can be waived for an additional fee.
We’re working hard to ensure that Gem will be available to any interactive media creator. At this time, Gem is not available for Personal use or use in a classroom scenario. However, keep your eyes peeled for more news on this in the future.
Gem is available for R&D purposes at Post-Secondary Institutions.
Absolutely. Please get in touch to discuss your needs!
Please connect with our team, and we can help define a custom MSA and pricing options.
Please connect with our team, and we can help you define your plan.
Each module is specifically designed to complement your pipeline and is integrated together in defining your Narrative Management Solution. Additional modules may be available for purchase at an additional cost in the future.
Currently, we are able to offer free trials with an Evaluation Period of 30 days. Typically our team offers a phased approach for evaluation for Design, Writing, Audio & Cinematics, and then Development.
As Gem is a cloud-based application, source code will not be available. Any plugins that we develop will be open source.
Not at this time. Under certain situations, Single-tenant AWS installations are available for an additional fee.
Not at this time. Gem is 100% browser-based and requires an internet connection.
Not at this time. Projects can be accessed via a mobile browser but are not designed for use.
We don’t currently have formal plans for Consultants, System Integrators, or Resellers to provide Gem on our behalf. We’d be happy to start a conversation about working together in the future.
Yes, you will be reminded 90 days prior to your renewal date of expiration of your license.
Yes. We can discuss this during your Evaluation Period.
Currently, the UX/UI of Gem officially supports English, French, German, Spanish, and Brazilian Portuguese.
Not at this time. Ensuring that Gem will work for non-latin languages would require extensive architectural changes that are currently not planned.
Can you provide any documentation about Gem?
Please visit Documentation
Please visit [Documentation] > [Security] for more information.