LM3LABS integrated AirStrike into a smart home project in Kyushu, Japan. AirStrike 200, 2 meter long, is integrated into the ceiling and users can manage most of the home appliances with gestures on a 100" holographic screen: air conditioning, lights, cooking appliance and audio-visual devices... The design won a Good Design Award 2013.
Michelin Japan moved their HQ within Tokyo and seized the opportunity to tap LM3LABS for a new interactive entrance. The objective was to engage visitors, within 5mn, in a discovery of various Michelin activities (from airplane tires to gourmet guides to your car's tires). LM3LABS deployed a 60" interactive screen based on Ubiq'window 150. [...]
LM3LABS completed the installation of the Ichikawa Literature Museum. + The need The City of Ichikawa, in the Chiba Prefecture, came to LM3LABS with the project to create an audio-visual centre at the Ichikawa Literature Museum in order to improve the visitors' experience. Curators initially thought about showing simple movies, playing in loop. + Our answer [...]
Sendai has made the headlines in 2011 as a victim of the major tsunami that stroke Japan's North East seashore and the Daiichi nuclear power plant catastrophe. As a result of this terrible event, Tohoku University is now focusing their research on alternative power generation solutions and they equipped with a complex solar system. As [...]
NTT West, provider of fiber infrastructure, inaugurated their Kyushu "Hikari" showroom equipped with 4 ubiq'window. Tracking fingers and gestures, ubiq'window sensors let visitors browse the service offering with natural gestures and without contact with the projected glass.
We open a new site to present interactive solutions for Museums. This site focuses on Computer Vision technologies: Gesture Tracking, Face Recognition, Passive and Active Interactivity, Augmented Reality,... Touchless, computer vision-based technologies are well fit to museums as they are mass-proof, invisible and require no learning. A reference site for curators of the 21st century [...]