Our specialty is building integrated hardware/software systems. We're known for finding unconventional solutions to head-scratching problems quickly and on budget.
Your business needs a technical roadblock moved out of the way? Your tech team is busy with daily tasks, but you want to explore a new product idea, and you want it done yesterday? You need a prototype to secure investment in your new venture? Then you've come to the right place.
|Databases||MongoDB, Redis, PostgreSQL|
|OSes||GNU/Linux, Mac OS X, Android, iOS, Windows|
|Platforms||ARM (Freescale, TI, Broadcom/Raspberry Pi), Atmel (Arduino), FPGA (Xilinx)|
2015 Turnkey Hardware/Software Design. Teledisko is the world's smallest discotheque. Integrated in refurbished telephone booths, Telediskos are coin-operated machines that supply you with a full-blown, short-time partying experience, complete with fog, lighting effects, video sharing and photo printing. MNT developed Teledisko's hardware/software operating system and graphical user interface (GUI) on GNU/Linux, SDL and Arduino platforms.
2015 Apple iOS Reverse Engineering. For TestObject, MNT developed a complete custom screen grabbing and remote control solution. This included automated dynamic library injection for automated App testing on Apple iPad and iPhone platforms targeted for Mac OS X servers.
2014 – 2015 Network Technology. VPN and Privacy software leader Steganos taps MNT technical resources for research and development in the areas of proxying, filtering and security technologies on Microsoft Windows.
2012 – 2014 Multi-Touch Multi-Media. For raumHOCH's Cloudfolio, MNT developed fundamental technologies enabling a high-fidelity, multi-touch presentation engine and editor. The same content is easily delivered to Phones, Tablets, PCs or big-screen installations. Cloudfolio technology is used by Mercedes-Benz, RWE, Berlinale, Clariant, Bundesdruckerei, Bosch Rexroth and many others.
2011 – now Spacedeck is a web-based collaborative whiteboard that enables teams and students to work together with all kinds of media in real time, remotely. Spacedeck was founded by Martin Güther and Lukas F. Hartmann.
2007 – 2010 Co-founded by MNT's Lukas F. Hartmann, aka-aki was one of Europe's first (2007) and biggest location-based mobile social networks, receiving substantial investment and global media coverage.
Lukas F. Hartmann is the founder of MNT and the technical co-founder of Spacedeck.com. He programs computers since early childhood and graduated in communications from the University of the Arts in Berlin. In parallel, he co-created aka-aki, one of the earliest mobile social networks. Recently, he has spoken at events like the Digital Bauhaus Summit in Weimar, re:publica in Berlin and co-hosts the web tv show “Source Code Reading” that is recorded at Wikimedia Deutschland. He has written several open-source applications – notably “produce”, a sequencer/sampler workstation for Linux and is responsible for the hardware/software development of the Teledisko, world's smallest fully automated discotheque.
Christian Heller is a software engineer, philosopher and writer. He is currently studying Computer Science at the Freie Universität Berlin. In his spare time, he develops the Unix roguelike engine PlomRogue, and tools to visualize and analyze the history of Indo-European language grammars. He wrote a book on how to live with the end of privacy in the digital age ("Post-Privacy", C.H. Beck, 2011). With Nils Dagsson Moskopp, he wrote a book on the cultural history of internet memes ("Internet-Meme", O'Reilly Deutschland, 2013). With Philip Steffan, he co-created the hardware hacking platform bausteln.de (2008-2012). With Sebastian Sooth and Alexander Lang, he co-created the coworking space network Hallenprojekt.de (2007-2013).
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MNT Media and Technology UG (haftungsbeschränkt)
Anschrift: Torstraße 161, 10115 Berlin
Geschäftsführer: Lukas F. Hartmann
Registergericht: Amtsgericht Charlottenburg
Aktenzeichen: HRB 136605 B
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