Philipp Weissel

I have been a passionate entrepreneur since 1989. During that time, I have gained quite a bit of experience in setting up and managing SMEs in the technology sector. Not an easy business, but always challenging, stimulating and, for me, mostly very satisfying. In recent years, I have been mainly involved in the development and marketing of Smart Surfaces.

Operate via furniture surfaces

In the rooms of our living and office environment we find many surfaces that offer themselves completely naturally and intuitively as user interfaces. Controlling the work lighting in the kitchen via the underside of the kitchen wall units, replacing the light switch with a control panel in the door frame, adjusting the height of the office desk from the underside of the table. Wouldn't it be interesting to move over such surfaces by simply swiping or touching the technology in the rooms

Device operation with touch. Pretty seamless.

Operation with touch user interfaces is much less complex than with touch displays and therefore offers decisive advantages for handheld devices. The user interface can score particularly well when it comes to integrating operating functionality into the housing of your handheld device. You can expect all this and much more from seamless touch user interfaces.