WunderWorks (now Dicolab) is a software and solutions company focusing on improved multi-user interaction and collaboration. It has developed the MUSLTM principle (multi-user, single location) through which knowledge of group dynamics is translated into viable electronic group interaction.
The company was founded in 2005 in the Netherlands. Since then the R&D team has created the technology that will enable groups of people to work together in software applications and in serious gaming applications. This software enhances collaborative group interaction.
Barco international will integrate WunderWorks:tm: TeamPlayer single display groupware software engine in its monitoring wall management system CMS-100, thereby enabling a multitude of operators to work together on one or more display wall. This will enhance the efficiency, communication and commitment of the operators and further improve security levels
In October 2008 WunderWorks released TeamPlayer2.0. TeamPlayer is the first application which allows multiple users on the same computer. Simply connect extra mice and keyboards to your usb ports, install the software and multiple cursors will appear on your screen. A free download is available on the website.
Per 2010 WunderWroks continued as Dicolab (from 'Digital Collaboration'), still being the developer and supplier of innovative multi-user technology.
Recognised and named 'Cool Vendor' by Gartner.
Funding Rounds (1) - undisclosedUpdate
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First Posted on Lifehacker.com, by Jason FitzPatrick Windows only: TeamPlayer allows you to use multiple mice and keyboards on a Windows
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