A modern platform for creating user experiences, built specifically for interactivity – and never write a line of code!
What if we could all – regardless of our skills - harness cutting edge digital technologies to create new interactive experiences?
With IntuiFace, multi-touch, gesture and tag-driven environments are now accessible to any business, regardless of skill set. Rapidly create natural user interaction-based experiences without writing one line of code. For both the board room and the classroom, the tradeshow and the showroom, the museum, the store, the sales call …. It’s your content, your way. Fully interactive applications with cutting edge appeal, functional depth and endless capability.
For a detailed look at IntuiFace features, click one of the categories to the left. For a list of the most recent enhancements, head on over to our Version History page.
Reuse all of your preexisting media – images, videos, documents, websites, audio tracks, 3D models and more – to create fully branded interactive applications directly targeted at your audience.
Easily access any public and private API. Use out-of-box assets like Twitter, Flickr, and RSS or add support for your own Excel spreadsheets, Web Services and C# dlls.
Accelerate your design work with an extensive library of look-and-feel and workflow design options. Includes industry first capabilities like triggers & actions and asset binding so you can create elaborate user feedback and highly customized storylines.
Work with virtually any input device on the market. Touch displays of any size, shape, manufacturer. Use Microsoft Kinect. Or incorporate RFID, NFC and other tag-driven input devices.
Automate experience deployment to any device, anywhere without leaving your desk. With our Management Console, drag-and-drop experiences stored in the cloud – using services like DropBox – and they are automatically deployed and run on any PC in the world.
Adaptable for both on-the-fly prototyping and well-planned project deployment. Rapidly create mock-ups and wireframes on your personal PC, then add content over time, iterating through your design to be sure it's exactly what you want before deployment.