Let’s Setup Your Ubi.

 
 

Check what’s in the box

 

 

What is inside ubi box

  • Ubi camera : Captures the user interaction and transmits to the computer via a USB cable
  • USB Cable : Connects camera to the PC. It is 12m or 40′ long.
  • Long Mount + Base : Can be used for mounting the camera on the wall or ceiling. It comes with a rotatable tip where the camera can be screwed in. Screws are provided for mounting it.
  • Short Mount : Can be used to attach the camera to the projector. It comes with a double-sided squarish adhesive. Use this to paste the base of the mount on the projector.
  • Ubi Touch Emitter : Creates a laser pattern on the display surface, so that when the finger is touching the surface the camera can detect it.
  • Power Cable for Emitter : Connects the emitter to a power outlet. If you are not from the US, you may need a pin adapter to connect to your country’s power outlet. You will not need any transformer.
  • Ubi Pen : Ubi pen comes with an Infrared LED enabled tip that gets activated when you pres the tip. The camera can rack Ubi pen even when emitter is not on/present. When emitter is connected and on, you can switch between finger interaction and pen interaction seamlessly.
  • USB charging cable for Ubi Pen : Ubi pen does not require battery. It can be charged with the provided cable. You need to charge the pen before using. For a two hour usage, you need to charge the pen for about 30 seconds.
  • Wand : A wand is an extendable stick with a white tip. It can stand in for your finger especially when some part of the display cannot be reached with your finger. It does not require charging or batteries.
  • Calibration Markers : Each package has two white dots that need to be used for emitter alignment and calibration. Please see more about their usage here.
  • Adhesive tape and screws for emitter: Each emitter comes with a long strip of double-sided tape attached on its back. This tape is used to hold emitter in its place while you are aligning the emitter on the display surface. More about it here.  Once you have found a perfect alignment, you should use the screws to fix the emitter permanently.
  • Wedging paper : When aligning emitter you may have to tilt the emitter slightly towards the display or away from teh display surface. To make it easier, we have provided a small piece of paper strip that can be used as a wedge. More about it here.
  • Transparent wall protection tape for emitter: If you are setting up emitter temporarily on the wall, you may just want to keep the double sided tape and skip the screwing altogether. In that case, in order to avoid any damage to the wall from the strong tape, we recommend you to use a protection tape. The protection tape comes as several strips on an A-4 sheet of paper. You first apply this as base layer on the wall and then use the double sided tape to paste the emitter on top of it.

 

Download and Install Ubi

 
 
 


Technical Spec

Activate Ubi

 
 

 

 

Copy and paste the activation code provided to you in the license email. Include the dashes when typing in the code.

 
Before you activate

  • Please make sure that you are connected to the Internet.
  • Please make sure that you have filled in all the fields.
step1

 

 

Setup your hardware.

 

How would like to setup Ubi?

 
 



 

 

This is the most optimal set up for using Ubi. This setup is for 80” projection displays on walls.




 

 
 

Use this setup if you are projecting your display on a whiteboard.




 

 
 

Use this setup if you want to create a rear projection onto glass.


 



 

 

Use this setup if you want to create an interactive table.




 


 
 

If you would like to test Ubi before permanently mounting the camera, please select this option.




 

 
 

Use this setup if you want to interact with a TV or PC screen with the Ubi pen.


 



 

 

Use this setup if you need a portable setup, display larger than 120″ or non-flat surface.




 

 
 

Use this setup if you want to stitch together two 80” interactive displays.




 

 
 

Use this set up if you are enabling an array of interactive displays using multiple sensors.