After two rounds of pitching, incon.ai has made it to the finals of the 2021 Swiss Innovation Challenge. We have already received a lot of great feedback on our business so far and look forward to pitching in the finals in November.
Our 'Augmented Bricklaying' project, done in collaboration with Gramazio Kohler Research at ETH Zurich, has been named a finalist for the 'International Award' in the 2021 Brick Award. This amazing recognition shows how our augmented reality guidance can be integrated into traditional building processes to enable masons to build remarkable structures. The winner will be announced in November 2021.
We are extremely excited and grateful to have received an Innobooster project grant from the Gebert Rüf Stiftung. This support will accelerate our market entry in providing augmented reality construction guidance solutions. Link.
For the second consecutive year, we made it to the finals of the 3d Pioneers Challenge 3dpc.io (2021). This year our project, done together with Felix Taubner at ETH Zurich, shows a novel system for AR-guided sculpting. Check out our project video here.
incon has reached stage 2 of the VentureKick startup program. We are extremely grateful for the coaching and support giving us a kick in the right direction. Link.
Our 'Augmented Bricklaying' project, done in collaboration with Gramazio Kohler Research at ETH Zurich, was named a finalist for the 20201 Buiding of the Year in the Idnustrial category by ArchDaily. Big congrats to the project team! https://www.archdaily.com/939769/augmented-bricklaying-gramazio-kohler-research?ad_source=search&ad_medium=search_result_all
Our 'Augmented Bricklaying' project, done in collaboration with Gramazio Kohler Research at ETH Zurich, won the first prize in the Architecture category at the 2020 edition of the 3d Pioneers Challenge 3dpc.io (2020)! Patrik Schumacher, Principle Architect at Haha Hadid Architects, says the project is "a wonderful example of man-maschine symbiosis."
We are honored that our 'Augmented Acoustics' project, done in collaboration with Gramazio Kohler Research at ETH Zurich, was featured on the cover of ETH Zurich's 2019 annual report.