Archive for May, 2007

HP & Catchyoo in Shanghai for Mobility Summit

May 7th, 2007 | Posted in Catchyoo, Catchyoo’s Installations  | Comments Off

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Catchyoo serves HP this week for their "Making Connections – Shanghai 2007" event (HP Mobility Summit – Shanghai 2007).

HP is due to announce a bunch of new products at this major event (new laptops, PDA,…).

The event is from May 8th to 10th in Shanghai. Pictures and movies should follow as Belinda made the trip. Stay tuned.

6% accuracy…

May 4th, 2007 | Posted in Ubiq'window | No Comments »

Dealing with demanding customers, negotiating distributors, we sometimes forget what we propose them… and how great it is.

The New Scientist, not really the poorest science magazine in town, announces that Japanese scientists managed to identify an object in 3D space using infrared with an accuracy of… 6%. Not 94% (like we initially read here), but 6%.

Sometimes it is good to bring back people to the reality of what we propose them and what is available elsewhere:

Ubiq’window can estimate an object distance in 3D space with an accuracy of 99,99%.

Analysts: Signage and Pro Display to rise 6x in the next 5 years.

May 3rd, 2007 | Posted in Business, Catchyoo, Dynamic signage, Ubiq'window | No Comments »

Digital signage, and street interactivity, is the next big thing. Ok we write it for some time now. Now, here are some figures to support our vision of this market.

iSuppli, an analyst company in this domain, forecast a $14Bio market in 2011, with an anual growth close to 10% (CAGR).

This encompasses Flat panels, PDP, LEDs, Pojection. All those screens and displays which can be brought to interactivity with Ubiq’window and Catchyoo.

iSuppli mentions Shanghai, Beijing, Bangalore and Mumbai as key cities in Asia, Cities where LM3LABS has presence today.

At LM3 we think that if Dynamic Signage is the deep wave, the interactive signage is the segment which will generate morre margin and faster revenue because of the more obvious KPI provided by interactivity.

Other key factors pushed by LM3LABS: instant creation of content and unlimited distribution of it with zero-networking. (Guys, available today!).

Wanna crunch more figures? It is here.