Attached files show the current skeleton app and a wireframe-like flow of user interaction.
1) MAIN SCREEN: allows manual activation of the device, as well as interaction with the laser via the video feed (by tapping on the video). In landscape mode, more controls are exposed to provide a more hands-on play experience. The whole play session is automatic, driven by AI and computer vision algorithms. The main screen has an "idle" state (device not activated) and "active" state - device is activated, and a play session countdown timer is shown. A menu can be brought up by tapping the sandwich bar on the top right corner. This menu is global and is present in every screen, except the only landscape screen.
2) SETTINGS: the settings screen, as it currently stands, uses a template view. All settings screens are essentially the same. They show an illustration of the current setting, the setting selector, and some text describing what the setting does. We have licensed a bunch of cat images like the ones you see in the screenshots and we'll want to use those images in all the settings screens, but we can modify the images to suit the color palette of your design.
3) SCHEDULE: the device can be set to automatically activate at certain times during the day/week. The schedule screen has a table view that shows current schedules. New schedules can be added by pressing the "+" button on the nav bar.
These are the three main screens we're interested in designing. We'll take your design and roll with it for the remainder of the app screens. We ask that the design assets are created in vector format so that we can size and edit them easily using Adobe products.
Also attached are the logo (feel free to modify) and photos of the device itself for reference.