Newsletter: New Year 2019

New Year Update 2019

Newsletter: New Year 2019 2019 comes to an end and we would like to sum up the year filled with exciting experiences and progress. Thank you for your support and interest in what we do! Sign up on our newsletter Main Story 2019 has been a year filled with unbelievable experiences and events, as well […]

€72 000 for Further Space Research and Development

Space Development

This summer’s collaboration with NASA partners SETI Institute, Mars Institute, Haughton-Mars Project and Collins Aerospace, initiated space-related development and research at Ntention. The recent announcement discloses collaboration between Ntention and highly recognized organizations within space activities.      High-valued network of space-related companies The European Space Agency (ESA) is Europe’s gateway to space. ESA’s mission is […]

Want to make VR realistic with use of hands

Norconsult is a leading company on model-based implementation within the building and construction industry. This matches well with the Norwegian start-up Ntention’s vision to do make human-machine interaction natural and intuitive. For those that are familiar with VR-technology (Virtual Reality), today is all interaction in VR based on VR-controllers. They work relatively similar to a […]

Slush 2019

Slush

Slush 2019 It’s great to be back at Slush in Helsinki and around inspiring startups and companies with high dreams and exciting visions.  A couple of days ago we participated at the yearly startup conference Slush. Slush is a student-driven, non-profit movement originally founded to change attitudes toward entrepreneurship. What started as a gathering of […]

Norwegian Live Television (TV2)

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Norwegian Live Television Afterwards the press release by SETI Institute we were invited to one of Norway’s largest TV channels; TV2. In the time after we were luckily invited to one of Norway’s largest TV channels; TV2. Two members of our team, Magnus and Moina, our Co-CEOs, talked about the story behind the NASA Haughton-Mars […]