If you’re anything like us, you were enthralled by science fiction when you were young. We just couldn’t wait for that tech to be real. Today, futuristic film technology is a reality, as many of those sci-fi technologies have become a part of our daily lives. Of course, science fiction has been predicting the future […]
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…
Are you a dizmo Maker who wants to learn more about us and what we’re up to? Do you love talking tech? Are you fascinated by the newest developments in computing and in the space where interaction between humans and machines occurs? Do you want to find out more about dizmo and our developments? Then you’ll want to participate in our CEO/CTO Google Hangout.
After an exciting 30 days on the crowd funding site Kickstarter, we are pleased to announce that our campaign has come to a close and we are now ready to take on the next step of the dimzo adventure! It all began on the 4th February when we proudly launched dizmo on Kickstarter and it […]
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.
When Ubi runs in the Pen Mode, users can interact with projections of up to 250 cm diagonal size using a pen. Ubi Pen, just like a stylus on a tablet, makes writing, annotating and other content creation activities much more precise, ergonomic and responsive. It also lets you interact with any desktop application very precisely irrespective of the size of the UI elements.
Übi’s touch screen for any surface (based on Microsoft’s Kinect) goes on sale today. Looks like multi-touch is NOW ready to invade each and every surface for a pretty cool price ($149 for the ubi software and $250 for kinect).
“The public discourse about new UIs (user interfaces) at the moment is at the level of celebrity gossip” according to John Underkoffler (the man behind the UI of minority report) in a BBC article.
Despite many people suspecting we have been influenced by «A Day made of Glass», this was never the case, because at the time we got aware of it, we had a working version of the software already for more than a year. But of course we were very happy to get this kind of confirmation on what we had been working on for quite a long time!