We can accomplish anything, but we need the right tools and we need each other. Yet, most tools aren’t designed for how we naturally think, and our coworkers are spread all over the world. Spatial breaks through these limitations, transforming work from how it is, to how it should be. In the process, teams grow closer, think bigger, and accomplish things faster. To push the world forward, we need to spend more time thinking and less time traveling. And to execute the next big idea, we’ll need more space to think than a laptop or phone screen can provide.
How does Spatial work?
The end result? Work that doesn’t feel like work.
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Spatial was founded in 2016 from investors including iNovia Capital, White Star Capital, Expa (founded by Garrett Camp), Kakao Ventures, Lerer Hippeau, Leaders Fund, Samsung NEXT as well as angels including Mark Pincus (Founder of Zynga), and Andy Hertzfeld (Co-Inventor of the Macintosh) and Mike Krieger (Co-Founder of Instagram).
Anand has a passion for 3D user interfaces and founded BumpTop after his Masters thesis became a viral hit, leading him to present it in a TED Talk. BumpTop was a pioneering 3D, multi-touch, physics desktop interface inspired by real desks. It was acquired by Google in 2010. At Google, Anand worked on early versions of Android and Google Photos.
Jinha developed award-winning 3D user interfaces at MIT, Microsoft, Samsung, and presented them at TED. His invention SpaceTop, a gesture-controlled 3D computer that allows a user to reach inside the screen, was the world's first AR desktop. He was named as one of the top 35 innovators under 35 by MIT Technology Review and one of the 32 greatest living designers by FastCompany.
BumpTop, 2006, Acquired by Google
SpaceTop, Presented at TED 2012
Material Design, Google 2014