For Interactive Scape, the market launch of Scape X and Scape X Tags was a complete success. With its multi-touch solutions, the Berlin-based company is revolutionising object recognition; this in turn is creating limitless possibilities when it comes to digital interaction between people, machines and objects.
Enthusiasm amongst trade fair visitors and the trade press
In mid-February, Interactive Scape presented its first intelligent multi-touch display (Scape X) and the first transparent markers (Scape X Tags) to a broad audience of trade professionals. At the ISE in Amsterdam and the EuroShop in Düsseldorf, visitors to the trade fairs were able to get a first look at the future of object recognition. Many application examples invited visitors to touch and test them live.
Mr Hauke Helmer, CEO of Interactive Scape, had this to say: “The feedback on Scape X and Scape X Tags was extremely positive, with even press representatives taking the time to stop by our booth. This not only makes us incredibly proud, but it is also just reward for the intensive research and development work everyone has put in.”
Scape X is artificial intelligence-based data processing/recognition technology that uses conductive components to recognise entire hand movements and gestures as well as a variety of items and objects. Before this innovative leap forward, the only signals the sensors were able to recognise were individual ones made by fingers.
For Interactive Scape, this revolution formed only part of the process, however. With Scape X Tags, the company showcased another innovation that makes the detection of objects an almost invisible process. The Scape X Tags open up completely new interaction possibilities for multi-touch displays equipped with Scape X recognition modules. It is no longer the technology that takes centre stage, but the products.
Interactive Scape now offers industry solutions
The two trade fairs were not only the starting signal for Scape X and Scape X Tags, but for the entire Scape X product range, which is now available from Interactive Scape. In line with this development, the Berlin-based company now also offers industry solutions. More specifically, this means that these industry solutions are specially developed to meet the needs of the respective industry in which they are to be implemented, and can be delivered as a “plug-and-play” solution or tailored individually to the customer.
Interactive Scape currently has three industry solutions in its web shop: 360° Retail Experience, Smart City Framework and Diamond X Bar, which can be used to make interactive customer experiences, visualisations of urbanisation projects and exciting product discussions a reality. Curious? Find out more at www.interactive-scape.com.