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  1. A smart meeting room dashboard in airport style Innovation
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    Hayo Rubingh
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    If you are working in an office, big chance you are familiar with the frustrating process of booking a meeting room. No single room seems to be available according to Outlook, however you experience that some rooms are not being used or colleagues use a room without being officially booked.…

  2. Voice for the masses with KaiOS on the banana feature phone Innovation
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    Peet Sneekes
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    This banana shaped feature phone (Nokia 8110) is bringing voice-services to a market of millions in Asia and beyond. In fact, it and many other budget feature phones run KaiOS, the fastest growing mobile operating system in India.

    Peet and his banana phone We recognize this as a huge opportunity for our…

  3. Smart Building Data visualization with a 3D printed controller Innovation
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    Hayo Rubingh
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    Sometimes data cannot be easily read through graphs, lists or maps. Sometimes we need 3D. That’s why we mapped our climate sensor data onto a realtime 3D model. To control this ‘digital twin’ we also created a physical controller, shaped after our office building (KBF). This is the KBF-controller.

    One of…

  4. ARrrrr, Happy 'Talk Like A Pirate' day! Innovation
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    Peet Sneekes
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    We love all kinds of excuses to explore and learn new design tools and technology. This year we took 'Talk Like A Pirate' day as an excuse to explore Apple's new AR Kit, because you can't talk like a pirate without AR(rrrr)! That's why our visual designer Twan and…

  5. Reading between the lines, empathetic design with A.I. Innovation
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    Peet Sneekes
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    What if we could give people and companies the superpower to better see what other people truly mean when they’re chatting with each other. That was our mission about a year ago and we’ve got some wonderful results: we can now read between the lines, well, sort of. Mirabeau always puts…