It’s an authoring tool for the Internet of Everything and it allows anyone—kids, geeks, moms, dads, me, you—to connect smart devices in minutes without writing a single line of code.
The future is going to be crowded with trillions of computers, unleashing technological complexity unlike anything we’ve seen before. Tools like MakerSwarm are about making the world more human literate, instead of asking us to become more and more computer literate. We’d like to put the power of the future into as many hands as possible so that our lives aren’t just dictated by a small cabal of computer geeks. (Hey, we don’t have anything against geeks; some of our best friends are geeks. It’s just that the small percentage of the world who can code isn’t very representative). We’d also like to challenge everyone to think bigger, much bigger.
It’s not about coding. It’s about building apps across atoms and bits that flow liquidly across the social life of products, environments, and people. MakerSwarm unlocks the power of a trillion-node world so that everyday people, weekend tinkerers, and burgeoning entrepreneurs can collaborate to build powerful and fun new products and experiences on devices themselves in a simple and powerful visual environment