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FULL SURFACE SCANNING

HARDWARE
TO SCAN DICE

What if there would be a device that would allow instant scanning of dice results? What if you have control over the dice yourselves, the way they are thrown?

SINCE ANCIENT TIMES, DICE HAVE BEEN USED AS A FORM OF ENTERTAINMENT

Countless games have been created throughout history that uses them one way or the other.

Dice have evolved during centuries from simple wooden cubes to today's algorithms that emulate a dice roll on a computer.

Tablets and apps have also found their use in board games, complementing the gameplay and fulfilling tasks that would have to be carried out by players otherwise.

The dice result has to be input manually by the players, breaking the immersion and the flow of the game (not to mention the fact that these inputs can’t be entirely trusted since humans have a knack for cheating)

The tactile feel and control that comes with throwing actual dice is gone!

What if any ordinary dice can be thrown, and the result can be automatically digitized?

INTRODUCING THE DICE SCANNING DEVICE(DSD), AN ELECTRONIC DEVICE THAT DOES JUST THAT!

New advances in technology have made it possible to design a dice tray which incorporates a scanning surface.

Using arrays of organic photodetectors, DSD will be able to scan the entire surface in one go and provide real-time feedback on the dice results.

Due to the use of thin-film technology, a thin form factor allowing for seamless integration in a dice tray.

Whether it is board games, table-top RPG's or casino games, for each of these, there will be a tailor-made DSD.

From low-security devices for your everyday board game to maximum security measures for high stakes gambling, for every set-up, there will be a solution.

ESTIMATED MARKET LAUNCH
2022

Aiming at a 2022 release date, please register below to receive regular updates on the development of DSD.

DSD is an invention of ARRANGED BVBA, covered by international patent applications and/or granted patents.