Wednesday, February 25, 2009

TAT gains significant post-MWC momentum

Even though MWC 2009 has closed its doors for this year’s event we are happy to share some of the amazing traction TAT has experienced post-MWC. Several of the leading mobile industry media and blogs are reporting on the demos TAT showed off. on the Foldout physics UI demo
Wow, this is a very interesting interface that comes from TAT. Though it may not lead to the highest level of productivity, it sure is visually stunning, and even quite intuitive.
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Gizmodo on the 3D eyetracking UI concept
The Astonishing Tribe has posted another eye-candy cellphone UI demo for the world to ogle at. Unlike their last endeavor, though, this one might have a future on our phones. At least, I hope so.
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Pocket picks on the Foldout physics UI demo
Yes, everyone always asks everyone else what the best thing they saw at whichever show they have been to was, so in order to let everyone know - the best thing I saw at Mobile World Congress 09 was The Astonishing Tribe’s LittleBigPlanet-inspired 3D user interface demo.
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Engadget on the 3D eyetracking UI concept
Ever notice the word "Malmo" emblazoned across the face of Android's analog clock widget? That's a subtle nod to the city where the Swedish design team called TAT (The Astonishing Tribe) is headquartered. So when TAT releases a new "3Deyetracking UI" concept that lets you see behind on-screen objects, well, you can bet that the entire cellphone industry is paying attention.
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