RYNX develops high-quality mechanical design displays that are reminiscent of the split flap boards at airports. In a new slim design, the displays convey text information in an aesthetic form. They are controlled automatically or via an app.
With prominent customers, placements in the New York Times Magazine and partners such as the MoMa Designstore, the competitor Vestaboard is already demonstrating the potential of smart mechanical displays. However, RYNX’s proprietary technology has significant competitive advantages. With RYNX, mechanical displays become effectively usable in the office and home for the first time. The retro-futuristic design fits effortlessly into any modern interior.
For the final steps to market entry, RYNX is looking for a strategic co-investor from the design industry and is approaching the CEOs and family offices of the most important brand manufacturers and retailers. Share your expertise with the founding team to create a new design classic and benefit by investing in the company. Get in touch now to find out more.
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