A tiny start-up called LUMO PLAY is about to drop a killer-app (and I don’t throw that term around lightly) on the market – if they can build it.
The vision of CEO Meg Athavale, LUMO integrates a pico-projector, Android software, a motion IR sensor and Wi-Fi into a wall-mounted sphere that makes any surface interactive for kid’s gaming. Aimed at 12-year-olds and younger, LUMO is an Indiegogo project that is a hot concept. And, it’s not just an idea — they’ve got prototypes and they’re ready to mass-produce.
Although it’s aimed at kids, you NEED to watch this video so you’ll see the impact that this start-up will have on our industry!
Think K-12 installs. Think interactive digital signage play-places in airports, malls and daycares. Think home theaters for watching movies from your iPads and iPhones. Think interactive wayfinding on campuses, in business lobbies and shopping centers. Think interactive menu-boards at kids-oriented restaurants and fast-food places.
This is big!