3D gesture recognition software developer SoftKinetic was named one of the three best overall companies in the information and communications technology field by Europe Unlimited’s European Venture Summit (EVS), a two-day conference for technology entrepreneurs, corporations, investors and researchers.
Softkinetic was invited to participate and be recognized as the best overall company in the information and communications technology by the Benelux Venture Forum, which evaluated 50 high-tech Benelux companies in March of this year.
Based in Belgium, Softkinetic develops 3D real-time gesture recognition middleware, such as Iisu, for a variety of uses, including interactive digital entertainment, consumer electronics, health care, and serious games.
"EVS gave us the opportunity to network with venture firms, business analysts and other entrepreneurs, all critical to our growth and development as a young company," says Softkinetic CEO Michel Tombroff.
"As a rapidly growing high-technology company, the recognition of our recent achievements from the international venture community help us reach our goal of creating new immersive and intuitive applications for the public."