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 […]
We’d like you to meet Anton Benkestok, an educated teacher and master’s student of ICT Educational Design at Aarhus University, Denmark. He also leads an effort to create a dizmo inspired interactive table. A great project on the side of his studies, Anton has achieved an impressive track record on marketing the digital surface already…
dizmo will now go into development of the product version of the software, which will be available from June this year.
We are thrilled to announce that as off today we have smashed our $25 000 funding goal on Kickstarter and we still have more than 2 weeks to go! We are absolutely astounded by the positive response we’ve had so far, and that we hit our goal so quickly. Moreover Kicksarter’s statistics tell us that today we are the most popular project on earth among the 722 projects in our category.