Sifteo, a system of intelligent gaming cubes launched with significant fanfare in 2011, has gone open-source. Designed to be a bit like dominos with video displays, the cubes were meant to form unique interactions when moved, tilted, rotated, or ... Austin American Statesman, 2 months ago
Sifteo's intelligent cubes go open-source after disappointing commercial run - Venturebeat, 2 months ago
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Among the games designed for the Sifteo Cubes were adventure games, like the one shown here, where users uncover sections of a maze for characters by moving cubes up and down, and putting them adjacent to each other. Credit: Sifteo ...PhysOrg.com, 2 weeks ago
Media Lab alumni's success with smart gaming blocks led to an acquisition deal to make consumer drones. Entrepreneurship can sometimes take people down unexpected paths. Just ask the two co-founders of MIT Media Lab spinout Sifteo: Their ...Wireless Design & Development, 2 weeks ago MIT makers: From gaming blocks to consumer drones EDN Asia, 1 week ago Smart Gaming Blocks & Consumer Drones Wireless Design & Development, 2 weeks ago
Entrepreneurship can sometimes take people down unexpected paths. Just ask the two co-founders of MIT Media Lab spinout Sifteo: Their success in rapidly commercializing their popular smart gaming blocks recently led to an acquisition by 3D ...Product Design and Development, 2 weeks ago
Happy holidays, everyone! Unless youve been trying to connect to Xbox Live or PSN, then it's been slightly less happy. This week, we covered Microsoft and Sony's network problems, talked about the biggest disappointments of the year, and gave Far ...Venturebeat, 2 months ago
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