Anacore Unveils Synthesis Core Collaboration Technology at InfoComm 2013

anacore-logoCARMEL, Ind. (June 12, 2013) —Anacore, Inc., is launching Synthesis Core, the company’s new single-screen, interactive collaboration platform at InfoComm 2013 in Orlando, Fla., June 12-14 at Booth 4881. Synthesis Core was developed to connect data and help construct a visual “story” to solve complex problems, making it ideal for education, strategic planning, product development and research.

Leveraging the latest multi-touch technologies, Synthesis Core allows users to create projects, save their work and return later to continue where they left off. This helps participants stay better connected with the information, leading more efficient problem solving.

The platform delivers a highly intuitive interface for easy on-screen navigation of content—such as images, videos, documents, web browsers and whiteboards—and connected live inputs, such as laptops, tablets and videoconferencing codec. Users can view an item full-screen, as well as annotate on any item with a touch of a finger. Synthesis Core also allows users to continually build upon their project by adding items to additional workspaces, which provide background to the story.

“Our initial interactive collaboration platform, Synthesis, is designed for large multi-touch display walls systems. Synthesis Core was developed to utilize that same immersive collaborative experience on a single multi-touch display,” said Brandon Fischer, president and founder of Anacore, Inc.

For more information, visit anacore.com

About Anacore, Inc.

Anacore is an Indianapolis-based software development company that creates customizable platforms and applications that help organizations communicate, collaborate and captivate­—what the company calls Captivation Technologies. Anacore focuses on sophisticated, yet purposeful, applications that are intuitive enough for non-technical users to embrace, including digital signage programs, collaboration products, lead-generation tools and interactive kiosks.