For the greater levels of productivity demanded by our complex business world, we need to push our interaction with machines to something better.
Allowing machines to understand their surroundings, will give them the ability reference objects and locations in a way that is familiar to the user.
This will allow a user to interact on a single screen, or inside a room painted with a half billion pixels.
New UI doesn’t stop at the physical edge or computational boundary of a single device, so you can interact across a continuum of different devices.
The new UI must support seamless collaborative activity for working with others in a group setting.
A single mouse and screen is the antithesis to collaboration.
Architecture is the canvas for visual immersion. Oblong's human machine interface (HMI) is based on the unique capabilities of g-speak, our proprietary spatial operating environment.