Memoways introduces Comet

Something is missing on the web.

When you watch a video on Youtube for example, you are looking at a static file: a bit like a PDF, it will never change, evolve or allow you to personalize the story you get.


Imagine that the video stream is adapting itself to your questions, your needs or even your behavior


We created Comet…


Comet connects a video to a stream of video fragments.
On one hand, you have an edited movie, telling a story in a closed and linear form.
On the other hand, you have a stream of video fragments, giving access to additional information in an open and dynamic way.
The head of the Comet is the edited movie, while the trail is the stream of video fragments.
The use of the video player is very simple: watch a video, select interesting topics just by clicking on keywords that will dynamically appear under the video and create a personal playlist of additional content, you can then remix and share.
Comet enables users to easily create and share their experiences with video !

La suite…

Memowalk on the podium of the ESNC award

The mobile video application concept of Memowalk was awarded at the ESNC Swiss Regional Award 2015 with the third place.

For the 12th year running, the ESNC has proven to be a success with 515 submissions from more than 40 different countries.

We would like to congratulate you as your idea took the 3rd place in the ranking list and was recognized by the Expert Panel. The competition was very high and you were very close to win the competition for the Most Promising application idea for European GNSS.

Once the accuracy of the GPS positionning system becomes widely available and easy to implement, it’s up to companies like Memoways to provide users with original usages.
The Memowalk concept uses the GPS signal (in combination with the accelerometer) to create behavioral patterns. With those patterns it is possible to generate a story that « fits » with the behavior of a user, over time.

We have several ideas and available code to realize innovative usages – now we « just » have to find partners with financial capacities to bring them to the world.

Memoways is finalist of Red Herring Europe 2015

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Memoways has been chosen as a finalist of the Red Herring european list for 2015.

The Red Herring editorial team selected the most innovative companies from a pool of hundreds from across Europe. The nominees are evaluated on 20 main quantitative and qualitative criterion: they include disruptive impact, market footprint, proof of concept, financial performance, technology innovation, social value, quality of management, execution of strategy, and integration into their respective industries.

Finalists for the 2015 edition of the Red Herring 100 Europe award are selected based upon their technological innovation, management strength, market size, investor record, customer acquisition, and financial health. During the months leading up to the announcement, hundreds of companies in the telecommunications, security, Web 2.0, software, hardware, biotech, mobile and other industries completed their submissions to qualify for the award.

The Finalists are invited to present their winning strategies at the Red Herring Europe Forum in Amsterdam, April 13-15, 2015. The Top 100 winners will be announced at a special awards ceremony the evening of April 15 at the event.

Unfortunately, we won’t be able to attend the Forum in Amsterdam, but are happy and proud to be one of the 100 companies chosen by the selection committee of Red Herring.

Getting started with Memoways


To test the Memoways platform with Tansa our OS X editing software and Memobeam our video remix tool in the browser, we offer following possibility:

  • Contact us and tell us about your project. You will either receive access to a personal workspace (you can then upload assets and test the whole system in the limit of 200Mo of uploaded video material) or you will get an invitation to get access to our demo workspace, where you can « play » with already existing assets.

You will get an email with an invitation to create your personal account: clic on the the link and create a new user with password.


Once your account created, you need to perform following steps:

  1. Download Tansa, read the short tutorial (french / english is coming). Tansa is only working on OS X 10.9 Mavericks, so please make sure your computer is up to date.
  2. Enter your mail & password, select the workspace and wait for the workspace to load
  3. If you got a personal invite, you can upload and test with your own content; with the public demo workspace you can « play » with the already existing assets
  4. You can simply create a Beam just with « command b » in a project and watch the result in your browser, like this example.


Closing the project Move Your Story

After 18 months of work, we are now closing the research projet « Move Your Story » with our partner TAM of the University of Geneva.
The project was funded end 2012 by the CTI, with the goal to develop an algorithm based on the sensors of a smartphone in order to drastically improve the results of our mobile application Memowalk.

La suite…

Move Your Story: the mobile app for Android

In the frame of the research project Move Your Story we worked on a new version of Memowalk for Android.

Here is an overview of the features of this mobile app that will be used for several projects in the next months. The whole app can be customized in order to fit to the needs of each individual customer:
– icon / logo
– splash screen and the overall design
– algorithm
– help / about

At this point, the publishing of the movie is not implemented yet, but it is possible to watch, rename and delete each walk/movie within the mobile app.


La suite…

Memoways Roadmap

This post will unveil some cool features that will come down the road and open new perspectives on how to make the most out of our platform.

Lets begin with the front end applications – where the end user can interact with the content prepared by the content producer.

The new presentation of the movies created with Memowalk

La suite…