Crowd-Recording Platform & Video Streaming. For Andreas Ammer, Andreas Gerth and Acid Pauli, MNT developed the technology platform for crowd-recording and publishing the longest audiobook ever made: David Foster Wallace's Infinite Jest. The web-based platform allowed the authors to manage all 1500 pages of the book and let anyone record their voices to be part of the final work. The spectacular project is completed in February 2017.
2015Hardware/Software Design.Teledisko is the world's smallest discotheque. Integrated in refurbished telephone booths, Telediskos are coin-operated machines that supply you with a full-blown, short-time partying experience, complete with fog, lighting effects, video sharing and photo printing. MNT developed Teledisko's hardware/software operating system and graphical user interface (GUI) on GNU/Linux, SDL and Arduino platforms. Today, Teledisko is a successful, self-sustaining business.
2015 – nowTalon.One is an enterprise API and management GUI for running promotional campaigns powered by Go and a custom flavor of Lisp. Lukas F. Hartmann currently serves as CTO.
Spacedeck: Visual Online Collaboration.
2011 – nowSpacedeck is a web-based collaborative whiteboard that enables teams and students to work together with all kinds of media in real time, remotely. Spacedeck was co-founded by Martin Güther and MNT's Lukas F. Hartmann.
Aka-Aki: Discover People Nearby.
2007 – 2010 Co-founded by MNT's Lukas F. Hartmann, aka-aki was one of Europe's first (2007) and biggest location-based mobile social networks, receiving substantial investment and global media coverage, then failing spectacularly.