Oblong Industries

Oblong Industries' technology transforms the way people work, create, and collaborate. The era of one human, one mouse, one screen, one machine is giving way to what's next: multiple participants, working in proximity and remotely, using a groundbreaking spatial interface to control applications and data spread across every display. This is what Oblong builds. It's why we're here.

Lab: Hackathon - Hello, Space

In this lab, we'll use phones as spatially-aware input devices for pointing, photography, and gesture. We'll use a Processing library that leverages the g-speak SDK. This library supports building interactive applications that communicate with every person and every device in the room. Designers and engineers from Oblong will show a handful of multi-user interactions and code snippets from games and drawing tools, then help you create your own sketches. Attendees will need their own computer with Processing 2.0 installed and should have some programming experience. If you own an iOS device, we recommend that you install our g-speak Pointer application, though an iOS device is not required to participate.

Lab: Hackathon - Hello, Space

In this lab, we'll use phones as spatially-aware input devices for pointing, photography, and gesture. We'll use a Processing library that leverages the g-speak SDK. This library supports building interactive applications that communicate with every person and every device in the room. Designers and engineers from Oblong will show a handful of multi-user interactions and code snippets from games and drawing tools, then help you create your own sketches. Attendees will need their own computer with Processing 2.0 installed and should have some programming experience. If you own an iOS device, we recommend that you install our g-speak Pointer application, though an iOS device is not required to participate.

Lab: Hackathon - Hello, Space

In this lab, we'll use phones as spatially-aware input devices for pointing, photography, and gesture. We'll use a Processing library that leverages the g-speak SDK. This library supports building interactive applications that communicate with every person and every device in the room. Designers and engineers from Oblong will show a handful of multi-user interactions and code snippets from games and drawing tools, then help you create your own sketches. Attendees will need their own computer with Processing 2.0 installed and should have some programming experience. If you own an iOS device, we recommend that you install our g-speak Pointer application, though an iOS device is not required to participate.