The whiteboard has been a popular medium for problem solving since its early introduction to the workplace in the 90s. So popular, in fact, that whole modes of collaboration have sprung up around it. Whiteboarding has always been around in some form or another. Of course, chalkboards are most obvious predecessor to the whiteboard. But so are plans written on the back of cocktail napkins and envelopes, or little diagrams and doodles that become incredible products.
Thanks to innovative technology, workspaces are becoming more flexible and collaborative in order to foster teamwork and engagement, sparking positive results for both companies and employees. Even if you’re not ready to redesign the entire office, you can still create this collaborative atmosphere by adding an interactive whiteboard to your workspace. Vibe is an intuitive, all-in-one collaboration hub that integrates practical tools with imaginative design, allowing you to create, present, discuss, and enhance your ideas — all without interrupting your workflow.
InfoComm is the largest audio-visual and integrated experience event in North America. Each year, more than 1,000 exhibitors congregate at InfoComm to showcase thousands of new products for nearly 44,000 attendees from 110 countries. This year’s event is being held from June 8th to the 14th in sunny Orlando, FL. Is Vibe going to be there? Oh, you know we will. Charles Yang and Susie Deng from the Vibe team will be on the exhibition floor showing everyone what the Vibe digital whiteboard is all about.
The workforce is more diverse and distributed than ever, and this new paradigm needs a new style of workspace to thrive. A lot of companies are experimenting with ways to create new spaces for their teams to operate in that are optimized to support outside the box thinking. These new collaborative workspaces are designed to maximize the balance between flexibility, scalability, and productivity in innovative ways. They also appear to work as intended — according to McKinsey and Company, a collaborative workspace can improve metrics for individual performance, team performance, and organization-wide performance.
Why called Vibe? The idea for Vibe came from the things that inspired me as a child. I was a huge fan of science fiction. I loved Dragon Ball, Ghost in the Shell, and Blade Runner since I was young. Like many science fiction fans, I dreamt of being a futuristic thinker, creating marvelous machines that break down the boundaries of space and time. Since the beginning, I wanted to build machines that enabled more personal, more human connections.