Busby is an application suite for rapidly authoring and deploying room-scale interactive content.

It allows designers, creative agencies, or marketing personnel to create interactive 2d experiences across arbitrarily large display surfaces.

  1. – executive briefing centers
  2. – SOCs, NOCs and other command centers
  3. – conference presentation or immersive trade show booths
  4. – digital signage

Busby helps you create dynamic layouts of content with images, videos, and webpages—each controllable with spatial inputs, touch, or keyboard/mouse.

Running across many machines in parallel, Busby allows synchronized content across any number of displays at native resolution without scaling.


  • – create layouts using the busby web-based gui based on the flex box css standard
  • – support for common image, live and streaming video formats
  • – embedded, integrated web objects support existing web pages or custom web content or web interfaces
  • – support for fades, color, and translation transitions, with easing and timing considerations
  • – json extensions to support sophisticated movement and animation
  • – flexible event triggering from content, or external control from multiple, redundant sources
  • – json extensions to support sophisticated movement and animation
  • – box or other file management system integration


create flexbox-like layouts using a simple web-based GUI
content can be customized with short turnaround for specific events or visitors
provides a ROI for a/v rich environments such as executive briefing centers

choreograph your content

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