Thereitis 3D visualisation technology leverages the human ability to skim through large sets of related images and detect objects of interest. Combined with keyword search, category and price filtering, our intuitive 3D interface assists the search process by displaying items in a navigable cluster for people to explore and select.
Our method of representing visual data has its roots in 10 years of research from Flinders University. The researchers found that people are significantly faster at finding what they are looking for among large collections if the items are displayed in a cluster, rather than in a flat grid or linear list. Humans, unlike computers, are able to scan large sets of data quickly, ignoring what they don't need and focusing on what they do. Thus Thereitis speeds search, and it also aids browsing by showing people a large number of relevant items all at once, and letting them decide which ones catch their eye.
Thereitis 3D interface is optimised for the mobile, touchscreen environment, which replaces mouse clicks and hovering with the more intuitive "pinching" and "swiping" gestures. And because thereitis is all about displaying a large amount of data in a small space, it's ideal for small mobile device screens. Thereitis technology runs on web browsers using HTML4, HTML5, and Flash, as well as native iOS and Android apps.
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The Thereitis team includes developers, integrators, and designers who are passionate about web and application development and user interface design.
Our Board and senior management is composed of experienced entrepreneurs and experts from the technology industry.