Turn any surface
into a multi-touch display
From our experience of deploying Ubi in our conference rooms, I think every projector should be interactive.Paul EggerSr. Services ManagerReal Estate and Facilities at Microsoft
Ubi adds a unique technical prowess during presentations – not just with PowerPoint but even with 3D models. I couldn’t wait to get my copy.Patrick WirtzInnovation ManagerThe Walsh Group
So useful for interactive client demos. It really allows us to engage them in a way that draws them into the discussion.Jeff RubinghPractice Area LeaderTechnology Innovations - Slalom Consulting
The moment I saw Ubi, I wanted it. This is the future of digital displays.Steve ClaytonChief Story TellerMicrosoft
No complex setup, no user calibration, no special applications to develop.
Your projected display is now a touch screen.
Pre-order Ubi now.
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Ubi was originally founded and incubated at the Technical University of Munich and the Center for Digital Technology and Management in Munich, Germany. We found a new home in Seattle when we were selected by Microsoft as one of the eleven promising companies, who were chosen from all over the world to be part of its first accelerator program. During this program we developed and perfected our technology making use of the close technical and business guidance from Microsoft.
Our unique technology has caught the world attention and has been featured in CNN, Wall Street Journal, Wired Magazine etc. Microsoft called us as the future of digital displays and featured us in the World Partner Conference 2012.
David Cohen, CEO of Techstars
David is the founder and CEO of the leading startup accelerator @TechStars. He invests in Amazing Startups and help them grow the fastest way. Geeky to the bone.
Michael Mott, COO - Microsoft Studios
Responsible for developing the strategy, business partnerships and products that will embody the next generation of entertainment across PC, TV and mobile. He works with the most creative people in gaming industry to create new business models that drive accelerated revenue and profit growth.
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Turn any surface into a touchscreen
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