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Virtual Reality & Co. for machine operation of the future – come and visit us at the symposium in Egerkingen

08/27/2015

On Tuesday, 8 September 2015, we will be presenting tomorrow’s technology trends from Oculus Rift to Leap Motion. Try out the input devices of the future yourself and find out more about their capabilities at the symposium “Next Generation HMI Design” in the Hotel Egerkingen.

There will also be opportunities to gain valuable experience in user interface design by personal experiment. You will be able to discover the challenges of the user-centred design process and discuss your ideas with our experts.

We are looking forward to a day full of interesting discussions.

World Usability Day Saarbruecken is getting ready for its fourth round!

Once a year experts from the fields of industry, politics and society come together for the international World Usability Day (WUD) to talk about the whole range of topics from usability, UX and UI design. On 10 November 2015 in the Congress Hall Saarbrücken everything will revolve around the theme of innovation.
Today innovation is no longer only a matter of technological progress. Especially with digital products, the winners are increasingly those who can offer a revolutionary user experience.
Come and find out how an idea is turned into an innovative solution and what role usability and user experience play in the development of new products. You can expect fascinating talks by renowned experts from firms such as Google, John Deere and Microsoft.

We are already looking forward to an afternoon of interesting discussions and fresh inspiration.

Meet our UX experts at the Frontend Conference in Zurich

08/04/2015

Come and see our UX experts on 27 and 28 August 2015 at the Frontend Conference in Zurich and discuss the latest developments in state-of-the-art Frontend solutions and UX technologies. Ergosign, as a platinum sponsor, supports this leading Swiss trade fair and also has a stand there. True to the motto “Where design meets technology” you will meet experts from both our UI development team and our UX design team. 

We are looking forward to two fascinating days full of exciting exchange of ideas.

A picture is worth a thousand displays – Alexander Löffler presents “Display as a Service”

07.27.2015

At one of Ergosign’s weekly Lunch & Learn sessions, Alexander Löffler (DFKI - German Research Centre for Artificial Intelligence) showed how pixel transport can work with no video cables, no limitations and no distortions – by using “Display as a Service” (DaaS).

Display as a Service Lunch & Learn Ergosign

DaaS modifies, complements and extends the usefulness of displays in a way that is revolutionary. Up to now a pixel source usually accessed a screen via VGA, DVI or HDMI connectors, fixed point-to-point connections. DaaS allows the transport of pixels via IP networks and thus individual monitors are freed from their video cables. For instance an unlimited number of individual monitors of any resolution can be transformed into one big display wall. A random collection of heterogeneous devices such as monitors, tablets or smartphones – each with a different resolution and pixel density – can be used. For this, each display is registered in the DaaS system with its absolute spatial position and orientation. Display edges and possible gaps are correctly compensated and image information is shown at all terminal devices without any distortions. DaaS is able to distribute the video streams and synchronously display the contents in real time.

Display as a Service Lunch & Learn Ergosign

Thank you to Alexander Löffler for this exciting presentation and his visit at Ergosign.

Companies run successfully mastered!

22/07/2015

Despite of 30°C the Ergosign runners did not fear the efforts and gave everything at the “Firmenlauf Dillingen” and the “B2RUN” in Munich. There were 17 motivated runners for Ergosign in Dillingen and five in Munich.

B2RUN München 2015 Ergosign

All the runners enjoyed themselves and are already looking forward to the sports events of 2016.

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