Sensory Technologies removes barriers to effective long-distance conferencing.
Take a step into the lobby, and you’ll immediately see a two-story digital message display, twirling, flipping, changing colors.
A few steps to the left, in a room nicknamed the HIVE (for Human Interactive Virtual Environment), you can touch an oversized wall display and take a virtual tour of a house, build and annotate a spreadsheet with someone in another city, or take part in a sales meeting on the other side of the country.
In a back room, engineers are getting ready to ship the computer processors for a large video wall—30 feet by 50 feet—to a Big Ten university’s media school.
There’s a reason this company is called Sensory Technologies.