Computing and Video Games
- Imagine (3D modeling software), a 3D modeling and ray tracing program
- Imagine (graphics software), an image and animation viewer for Windows
- Imagine (video game series), a series of Nintendo DS and Wii games
- Imagine Communications, an Irish ISP and telephone operator
- Imagine Software, a UK video game company
- Imagine Software (US), a developer of investment software
- Shin Megami Tensei: Imagine, a MMORPG
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