In recent years Man and technology have got closer. Mouses, then touchscreen and more recently, voice assistants appeared. Spoon goes even further by offering a totally natural interaction or as we call it: "animal interaction".
We found that with IOTs and AI improvement, phones, terminals, screens, and even buildings, cities, transport became genres of robots with sensors and actuators ... The trend is rather growing (smartphone, smart store, smart city, smart car, etc ...). Nevertheless, there are several problems with their interfaces. They are increasingly intelligent but lack interaction basics: facial expressions that we, as humans learn before speaking or walking, and that allow us to understand and respond instinctively to different situations (the feeling of existence and belonging, the gaze direction, affection, surprise ...).
The city becomes the web and urban transport becomes a set of navigators. It is very powerful but the adoption of this world by humans remains largely in the user-friendliness of its interfaces, especially for those in need of assistance (elderly, handicapped, children, foreigners...)
Our goal is to propose cross-platform interfaces in neighborhoods, buildings, transport and other infrastructures existing in the daily lives of people to facilitate access to services, information but also to the community. Spoon has already begun to give life to existing surfaces thanks to urban furniture companies, stores and, soon, autonomous transport.