ATLANTA, GA - vzillion announced 'kampana,' the company's vibrational user interface. "This is the code we needed to crack in order to be better," said antonio collier, founder of vzillion. "The language of vibration unlocked the code for us. Apple popularized graphical user interfaces (GUI), and multi-touch interfaces and revolutions in computing followed each. For us, vibrational user interfaces (VUI) are a quantum leap beyond and the spark to ignite another such a revolution."
The company believes that by harnessing the power of vibrations, they can create better ways of merging humanity, science and technology. They feel that the language of vibration is one that computers can 'naturally' understand. A recent report shows scientists have confirmed that the protein molecules present in every biological organism vibrate constantly.
"The importance of having a 'universal' language can not be missed here. Everyone has been searching for this holy-grail. We simplified the search," added collier. "When you base an interface on a fundamental natural law such as the vibrational nature of matter (i.e., everything vibrates), mysteries are solved. VUIs create relationships, they leave subtle data, and are powered by subtle energies. We see vibration as the new electricity."
vzillion's strategy is to provide users with an organic innate environment that facilitates intimacy, security, and privacy. The company plans to implement hardware and software to harness the power of this vibratory environment.
"Railroads gave us freedom, electricity gave us freedom, automobiles gave us freedom. Our goal is to deliver those same types of freedoms," collier said. "'Seeing' vibration as electricity, as a utility opens up a tremendous amount of potential. There's something else, harnessing these vibrations also has the potential to transform not only what 'data' is but how it is stored. VUIs are natural, they can allow us to recognize pattern fluctuations better than we do today."
The risk of catastrophic data breaches such as that experienced by Target and other retailers could be significantly reduced and potentially even be eliminated the company believes. As vzillion prepares to come to life in March, it is focusing its attention on the over 70 million consumers affected by the recent well-publicized breach and on the estimated costs of over $14 billion dollars it has caused.
"The consumer experience has been dehumanized, mainly because of the interface. There is no intimacy for the consumer. There is no innate relationship to the credit card or their personal information stored on a big data server somewhere. Interfaces are relationships to vzillion. Build the most intimate interface, monitor the relationship, and the potential for protecting that relationship is significantly increased. This is a breakthrough moment with the power to transform an entire industry," said collier.
For additional information, visit http://www.vzillion.com.