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inAiR: The World's 1st Augmented Television

A project in San Francisco, CA by Nam Do, Dale Herigstad, A-M Roussel

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InAir turns your TV into a wonderful, interactive world filled with information from the Web, inline with the program you're watching.
Backers: 1393
Average Pledge Per Backer: $128

Funded: $177,873 of $100,000
Dates: Jan 7th -> Mar 8th (60 days)
Project By: Nam Do, Dale Herigstad, A-M Roussel
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Latest News

SeeSpace Hits Kickstarter Goal For InAir TV

March 12th - via: twice.com
SeeSpace, the developer of a layered graphics system adapter designed to work with any 2D or 3D TV display, said this week that it has topped its $150,000 Kickstarter goal for its InAir augmented TV system. (Read More)

API/SDK information

March 7th - via: kickstarter.com
Hi guys, So as our Kickstarter campaign coming to the last 12hrs, here is the much anticipated update, information on our API and SDK. As mentioned, we are still working on it and planning to release the full API/SDK by May 2014. The following are a... (Read More)

Vote for us on SXSW startup poll - voting ends tomorrow!

March 7th - via: kickstarter.com
Dear friends and backers, We are featured on this SXSW poll for hottest startup, can you pls vote for us (it takes 30s) and help spread the word to get as many of your friends to vote for us? Poll closes at noon CT tomorrow saturday!... (Read More)

Celebrating the last 48hrs with a Techcrunch front page article!!!

March 6th - via: kickstarter.com
Hi everyone, Please check it out our co-founder/CEO Nam Do's interview with Techcrunch today: http://techcrunch.com/2014/03/06/inair-second-screen-seespace-augmented-tv-demo/It would be great if we could all share it on your social networks!!!!... (Read More)

Extended Goals: New features to be added at $200K

March 4th - via: kickstarter.com
We have now surpassed the $150K goal to add streaming to the list of features. And if we reach the $200K level, we will also add an Extra HDMI input and Preset Apps to InAiR. Thanks for the continued support for this project.   (Read More)

And the Oscar (of concept designs) goes to...

March 4th - via: kickstarter.com
Concept 2: Ring  Here are the vote results: Concept 1: 21.3%Concept 2: 25%Concept 3: 15.4%Concept 4: 17%Concept 5: 21.3% We will consider your vote seriously and give you updates on our final design once it's completed. On another good news, we... (Read More)

Party With The Inventors Of InAiR!

March 3rd - via: kickstarter.com
To Our Wonderful Backers: Our sincere thanks for supporting InAiR. We are more than 100% funded with only a few days left to go! ALERT!!! Did you realize that by increasing your pledge to only $500 you and a guest are entitled to: • Dine with us!... (Read More)

New Design Concepts

February 27th - via: kickstarter.com
Hi guys, With just over a week to go, we would love to get your opinion on a few form factor designs we've been playing with. This is only a a form factor of the product, nothing has changed with the electronics and functionalities. InAiR form factor... (Read More)

Extended goals!!!! The votes are in!!! And the InAiR's Oscar goes to...

February 18th - via: kickstarter.com
Hi Everyone, All the votes are in and we are super excited with the number of votes we have. Here's the result: 1. Extra HDMI input: 33%2. Streaming: 54%3. Suite of preset apps: 13% We are very happy to announce that due to popular demand, our next... (Read More)

[Campaign Review] SeeSpace InAiR: The World's 1st Augmented Television

February 17th - via: geekerskeep.com
SeeSpace InAiR is an augmented television system that sits between your cable box and TV, allowing you to bring up content in a cool and futuristic way. (Read More)

More on our "Keyword" App...

February 14th - via: kickstarter.com
Here is the first video of our Keyword App in action. While watching a movie, news or a documentary, we often come across terms that we want to find more information about it. InAiR's  'Keyword' app helps navigate and find on the web what we want to... (Read More)

Extended goals!!!!

February 10th - via: kickstarter.com
Hi everyone, Now that we have reached our target, thanks to the incredible support from everyone, we would like to announce: 1. We will add support for the Emotiv Insight as one of our input controllers. As InAiR users, you will be able to control... (Read More)

inAiR's now integrates KEYWORD search

February 9th - via: kickstarter.com
The inAiR team has completed development of our latest feature: Internet search through keywords. What this means is easier Internet surfing, without having to type on a keyboard. When you are watching a program, inAiR suggests a list of related... (Read More)

More on inAiR product vision...Interview with Dale Herigstad

February 8th - via: kickstarter.com
Dale is interviewed by Untether.tv: fast.wistia.net/embed/iframe/4jyufiezvg  (Read More)

From HANOI with love...

February 7th - via: kickstarter.com
The team in Vietnam celebrates the $100k milestone!  (Read More)

We are 100% funded, many thanks to ALL OF YOU!

February 5th - via: kickstarter.com
We are just getting started! With 30 days left in our campaign, your support is important to us. Keep spreading the word, let’s all try to bring inAiR to market even faster!  (Read More)

Attention, Sports Enthusiasts!

February 4th - via: kickstarter.com
Our backers have spoken...and we have listened! So many of you are excited about the potential that inAiR represents to bring up related web content next to sports programs that we are now developing new and easier ways for existing sports apps to... (Read More)

We Are On A Roll!

February 2nd - via: kickstarter.com
Hello Backers, thanks to your amazing support, inAiR got noticed by Mashable, who just featured inAiR on their "what's Hot" section of their home page and wrote an awesome review  on YOUR product. check out how buzz is building in just one day, on... (Read More)

Augmented Reality TV System Mixes Programming and Web Content [VIDEO]

February 2nd - via: mashable.com
A new venture in television out of a San Francisco-based startup combines web content with augmented TV programming to create a seamless viewing experience. (Read More)

Thank you to all our backers for the great support! check out other articles about YOUR project:

January 26th - via: kickstarter.com
http://blog.sfgate.com/techchron/2014/01/05/seespace-brings-minority-report-feel-to-tv-remote-control/ http://reviews.cnet.com/search-results/seespace-inair/4505-5_7-35833894.html... (Read More)

People Are Talking About the SeeSpace InAir!

January 18th - via: kickstarter.com
Update! Thank you to our Kickstarter donors! The world's first augmented TV interface, InAir, is getting closer to becoming a reality and...the press has noticed. Check out this article in VentureBeat.com.... (Read More)

A very nice article on SeeSpace by Venture Beat

January 13th - via: kickstarter.com
http://venturebeat.com/2014/01/13/seespace-comes-up-with-a-minority-report-style-3d-interface-that-augments-your-tv-viewing/ InAiR Augmented Television Experience SeeSpace comes up with a ‘Minority Report’-style 3D interface for ‘augmented... (Read More)

SeeSpace comes up with a 'Minority Report'-style 3D interface for 'augmented TV' watching

January 13th - via: venturebeat.com
Bigger televisions and web connectivity haven’t solved one of the problems about watching TV: It’s still too hard to navigate through all of the channels, social media, and meta data about what you’re watching. The InAir TV box connects via an HDMI port. SeeSpace hopes to solve that with InAir TV, a 3D user interface that resembles the three-dimensional gesture-based UI that Tom Cruise used in the science fiction movie Minority Report. (Read More)

CES 2014: SeeSpace brings ‘Minority Report’ feel to TV remote control

January 5th - via: blog.sfgate.com
The 2002 sci-fi flick “Minority Report” gave tech fans a glimpse of a future when access to a computer was as simple as reaching out with our hands to grab and move virtual 3D files in the air. (Read More)

InAir Smart HDMI adapter overlays the web atop television content with a custom user interface

January 5th - via: engadget.com
Televisions are no longer simply screens for viewing video content: Folks want to have the internet on them, too. SeeSpace is a startup building a device called the InAir Smart HDMI adapter that plugs in-line between your set-top box and TV to deliver web content to your big screen. The system then overlays an intelligent layer atop your video feed that analyzes what you're watching and supplies relevant web and social content as well. (Read More)

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