Novalia’s technology adds touch, connectivity and data to surfaces around us.
We play in the space between the physical and digital using beautiful, tactile printed touch sensors to connect people, places and objects.
Novalia has used its creative platform, technology and production processes to create experiences for brands such as McDonalds, Audio, Pizza Hut and Budlight. Artists such as Bootsy Collins have worked with Novalia to create musical interfaces and the technology has been used to create large installations at music festivals such as Nocturnal Wonderland in California and Bestival in the UK. Kate Stone, Novalia CEO demonstrated the first use of Bluetooth MIDI in her 2013 TED talk in the form of DJ decks made from paper, this later became integrated into an album cover for DJ QBert.
Touching our print either triggers sounds from its surface or sends information to the internet.
From postcard to bus shelter size, our interactive print is often as thin as a piece of paper.
Let’s blend science with design to create experiences indistinguishable from magic.
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