What our users tell us…

Beginning of November we sent out a survey to every single person who has purchased dizmo. We wanted to get general information on how you use dizmo and features you would like to see. Your response was massive and we learned a lot. Thank you all! We learned for example for what you wanted to […]

SRG SSR Hackdays

In the past September, SRG, the Swiss Broadcasting Corporation, held its first hackathon, the Hackdays, in Zurich. SRG provided the data and interfaces as a basis for the participants to develop and hack together projects and prototypes. The time just flew by in a the open and cooperative atmosphere and the participants took the opportunity […]

Dizmo’s official global software launch

The launch Dizmo kicked off last month with lots of exciting projects including conferences, hackathon events and the official dizmo software launch! As it’s been such a busy and eventful few weeks, we wanted to make sure that everyone in the dizmo community is up to date with everything that has been happening. During the […]

Visualizing and controlling IoT with Dizmotics

After the IoT Hackathon, Markus Jung, the head behind the project Dizmotics, presented the finalized “hack” in our offices. As demonstrated in the video below, you can use Dizmotics to switch on a light, connect it to a physical light switch through docking and control switching your lights on and off. Instead of a switch […]

IoT Hackathon at the MIT Media Lab

This year’s Internet of Things conference took place at the MIT Media Lab in Cambridge, USA and kicked of with a hackathon on Friday 2nd October. The goal for a “hackathoner” was to create a project related to the Internet of Things within 24 hours. Markus providing advise and support. Copyright © 2014 IoT Conference. […]

Photo shoot at the ETH Value Lab – the making of

In July, we had an exciting day at the Value Lab at the ETH Hönggerberg. We invited you to join us and be be photographed by a professional photographer ( at the Value Lab at the ETH Hönggerberg so that we could develop content for our new website. Thanks to Lukas Peyer, who made it […]