UBOX Is a platform that simplifies the creation of interactive spaces where digital content reacts to what is happening around in a natural way and without the need of personal devices.
On any computer, plug the sensors that you want to use(e.g keyboard,kinect, arduino,etc.). This step depends on the physical place and the sensors. The Ubox team will provide you with support if needed.
Activate the experience that you want any time and query the real time data from Ubox to analyze people behavior on each of your interactive areas.
Check the documentation and examples to familiarize yourself with the process and get ideas for your own projects
Let's join the community and take advantage of networking and the conversations which happen under the hood.
UBOX is also a marketplace of experiences for hardware and software developers, designers, artists and data scientists, so they can collaborate in projects together from different parts of the world easily, thus providing end-to-end solutions to consumers.
Is a platform that simplifies the creation of interactive spaces where digital content reacts to what is happening around in a natural way and without the need of personal devices. E.g. Interactive experience in a museum. Ubox Experiences can be useful in every sector and is ready for universal access and accessibility.
It is also a marketplace of experiences for hardware and software developers, designers, artists and data scientists, so they can collaborate in projects together from different parts of the world easily, thus providing end-to-end solutions to consumers.
With Ubox you can create digital experiences while collaborating with other designers and developers all over the world. This means you will have more opportunities to show your work by creating experiences which can be shown and used anywhere.
On top of that, as the platform has got a marketplace, you can show your designs to a wider audience and be monetized.
Think outside of the box dreaming the impossible, making it possible!
You can connect what you developed for example to an API or a backend making the possibilities endless while making the content more dynamic.
The projects developed with Ubox have been successfully used on successfully in the following areas, digital signage, events, trainings and workshops.
Ubox for schools program (aka u4S) is our response to tackle the issue our society is facing in terms of education adapting to new technology trends for teaching. We all understand that the new generations have to ready to face and address many challenges related with.
Our solution allows using the physical space to interact with the technology. So, instead of learning how to program using old-fashioned tools and processes, what if we let them play with and also create their content while doing it?
Whether you are an educational centre, a teacher or a student we are covered with this program. Over the years we have been collaborating in projects in Europe and America.
As a maker you can use using serial communication to connect your Arduino, Raspberri PI, etc. devices and actuators to connecting to the platform, thus being able to create and manage web experiences easily.
This will help you gain visibility and even market your devices to a broader audience if you wish. Maybe you would like to create everything open-source. We are collaborating with both scenarios as we truly believe that they can coexist and feed each other.
Interactive experience in which the consumer can play with the information and content exhibited which changes according to gestures of the users.
#theRunner, is an interactive artwork controlled from the mobile using web technologies. The artist behind the project is Soliman Lopez, R&D director of ESAT.
This project was part of the exposition made for CEART and was shown at Palacio de la Prensa in Madrid’s city center.
Old-school game in big format screen at Madrid Callao’s Palacio de la Prensa played by 2 users.
Art piece, The visitor has to run and jump in order to fully display and view a digital paint.
Game memory when needs to make pairs. Requires crouching to reveal the cards which implies exercise