A weekly roundup of L.A. tech company and product launches.

Civic Resource Group: Government cloud computing service provider Civic Resource Group of Los Angeles launched an augmented reality mobile app for the public sector. The app overlays information about bus stops, subway stations, restaurants, signs, trees and city properties onto a live cell phone video.



Jamie’s To Do: West L.A.’s LanziVision launched an update of its Jamie’s To Do app. The update to the to-do list app syncs tasks list across all Apple devices and backs up data using the iCloud.



Move Loot: Online used furniture marketplace Move Loot of San Francisco launched in Los Angeles. App users submit their furniture to the online marketplace, Move Loot picks it up, photographs it, sells it and delivers to the buyer, taking 50 percent of the sale price.



Brandwood Global: Online product placement marketplace Brandwood Global of Valencia launched. The online marketplace facilitates product placement deals for movie, television, video or music producers.



BHSkin: Beverly Hills dermatologist practice BHSkin has partnered with dermatologist practice management software maker Iagnosis of Pittsburgh, Pa., to launch a virtual consultation app. The BHSkin app allows patients to consult with dermatologists remotely.



BackEze: L.A.’s BackEze launched yoga and posture reminder app Yogeze. The app helps ease tension resulting from long hours in front of computers and other workplace stresses by periodically prompting users to do simple yoga exercises and stretches.



Create Advertising Group: Create Advertising Group of Culver City has launched a new virtual reality division named CreateVR. The division will work with entertainment clients and marketers to find product placement opportunities in virtual reality media.



YP: Online business directory YP of Glendale is launching ypDisplay, a suite of banner advertisement products for local businesses. The offering touts new targeting capabilities based on geographic, behavioral and demographic factors.



Technology reporter Garrett Reim can be reached at greim@labusinessjournal.com. Follow him on Twitter @garrettreim for the latest in L.A. tech news.

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