Allow your entire team to interact in the same space and on the same content, simultaneously, and close the gap between remote and in person collaboration.
HOWEVER YOU LIKE
Meeting spaces you can access and work from anywhere, anytime.
INCREASE TRUST AND STAY WELL INFORMED
Stay well-informed, increase trust and minimize any misunderstandings. Analyze your teams informational flow and progress with a level of detail that was not available before.
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Multi-User Real Time Interaction
Collaborate On Multiple Things Simultaneously
ON ANY DEVICE
Phone, Tablets, Laptops, Desktops
Invite To Collaborate Sharing A Single URL Link
RendezView is the result of our longstanding passion for improving the way groups of people solve problems together. We think that other collaborative systems either lack the flexibility or the capabilities needed for real collaboration to truly happen. Our goal is to provide teams with a the best medium and the best tools to truly learn and create amazing things together wherever they might be.
We are RendezView
Alberto González Martínez
Alberto spent four years working in industry inside different engineering teams in Spain deploying air controlling systems.
He has an MS. in automation and control engineering and in computer science. He is now working towards his PhD in computer science at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mãnoa, while also working as a research assistant at the Laboratory for Advanced visualizations and Applications (LAVA).
Dylan is currently pursuing a PhD in computer Science at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mãnoa. He is working as a research assistant at the Laboratory for Advanced Visualizations and Applications (LAVA).
The experiences at LAVA played a large role in shaping Dylan's interest and familiarity with a variety of systems involved with collaboration, remote interaction as well as virtual, augmented, and hybrid reality
Ryan is a computer science graduate student at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mãnoa and works as a research assistant in the Laboratory of Advanced Visualizations and Applications (LAVA) where he has developed multiple applications that aid research and government agencies like the Hawaiian State Energy Office.