Kino-mo is a London-based company that develops hi-tech smart visual technologies. The company was founded in 2012 by twoBelarusians Kiryl Chykeyuk and Art Stavenka Kino-mo. Since its creation, Kino-mo has gone on to win a number of British awards including an award as one of the top 3 British innovation of the year.
Kino-mo’s low-profile hardware, which looks like a propeller or windmill, is designed to mount to walls and be plugged into standard outlets. The magic happens once the switch is flipped on, as 3D visuals appear to float in thin air. However Kino-mo does not produce actual holograms, but the produced images are every bit as mesmerizing. The “screen-less” Hypervision displays are simple to install and operate, cost-effective, and scalable for small to medium-sized applications.
Kino-mo technology gives users the ability to remotely upload and control created content across multiple devices from a single cloud platform. This could be a significant convenience factor for those who would own and use Hypervsn displays in different stores, cities, or states, as a wireless network connection supplants the need for manual configuration.
In the few years since its inception, the company has worked with a number of global brands including Samsung, Intel, and Aston Martin.
Investment received from Dragons’ Den: £90,000 for 40% of the business