A groundbreaking virtual elevator window system, streaming real-time, photo-realistic panoramic views from exterior cameras to high-definition widescreen displays inside the elevator, while it moves.
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Transform your elevator into a vessel of visual brilliance. In a world filled with visual stimulation, stepping into an elevator is one of the most unpleasant tasks we have to undertake on a daily basis.
And herein lies the opportunity – by enhancing the elevator ride, one can uplift the mood of office workers, hotel guests and tenants, ensuring that they look forward to their next visually stimulating vertical journey!
A groundbreaking virtual elevator window system, streaming real-time, photo-realistic panoramic views from exterior cameras to high-definition widescreen displays inside the elevator.
For buildings that do not wish to opt for the live-streaming option from exterior cameras, LiftEye™ offers an alternative, subscription type instillation, where visuals are obtained from another location equipped with LiftEye™ cameras.
Aleskey Gorilovsky has been CEO of Stein Ltd since 1997. He also is director of LiftEye Ltd. An electromechanical engineer by training, he also studied in LSE and got EMBA from SSE. He has also extended experience in academic field.
Dmitry Gorilovsky has been Chief Innovation Officer of LiftEye Ltd since 2013. Product & solutions innovator with experience in mobile and IT industry (Yota, MegaFon, Create Studios) with current focus on enabling complex technologies with smile human interfaces.
Peter Langley is a lawyer advising many leading European technology companies; his special interest is the social impact of new information technology. He has worked with LiftEye since its inception.
Katerina Gorilovskaya is a Project Coordinator in LiftEye Ltd since 2014. She has a degree in mathematics and economics and expertise in accounting and human relations.
LiftEye is now featured in RIBA Journal
The copy of printed version issue is performed below.
The RIBA Journal is the official magazine of the Royal Institute of British Architects and has been published for its members since 1893. It has audience reach more then 27000 and targets architects and professionals in the industry.
London, May 18, 2015.
LiftEye appears on BBC.
BBC released a report about recent LiftEye installation at Canary Wharf, London, UK.
Further details at
“Lifteye attempts to give elevators a live virtual window” by Dave Lee
We are glad to say that LiftEye TM has been mentioned in the new issue of Elevatori Magazine (Jan-Feb), one of the leading international journals in the vertical transportation industry, in the section ‘Tecniques’, article ‘A virtual window in the lift’.
"Infine, l'anno che abbiamo appena lasciato alle spalle ha visto proporre soluzioni innovative quali «il primo ascensore al mondo senza funi» ( pag. 44 ) o la finestra virtuale aperta sul mondo… dall'interno di una cabina ( pag. 72 )
Finally, the year which has just ended saw innovative solutions such as ‘the first elevator in a world without ropes’ ( page 44 ) or the virtual window open onto the world… from within a car ( page 72 ) – Elevatori 2015/Jan-Feb, Preface p. 1"
Here you can find more information regarding the Elevatori issue 1-2015:
We are working hard at the moment to release next LiftEye version with more advanced features. Details will be published at our web site and in selected news feeds shortly. Let us keep you in touch.
We are pleased to inform that Lifteye was recognized as Best Innovation Award Nominee 2014 at CTBUH Symposium and Dinner in Chicago, IL, USA on November 6, 2014.
This is a major recognition on both the quality of the innovation and the team effort involved. It means a lot for every team member today and motivates us to work harder with our first commercial installations worldwide.
LiftEye featured prominently in the 2014 CTBUH Awards book, which is produced by CTBUH in collaboration with Taylor & Francis and distributed internationally.
Further readings can be found in
CTBUH Best Tall Buildings:
A Global Overview of 2014 Skyscrapers.
This book is now available at https://store.ctbuh.org/p-130-best-tall-buildings-2014.aspx
We have a poster presentation “Elevators: Continuity and Enrichment of Architectural Experience “ at CTBUH Shanghai 2014 International Conference: Future Cities. Towards Sustainable Vertical Urbanism.
(September 16-19, 2014)
Further reading can be found at publication: "Elevators: Continuity and Enrichment of Architectural Experience"
pp 864-870 in Future Cities Towards Sustainable Vertical Urbanism
In October 2013 LiftEye was first showcased and received incredibly positive feedback at one of the world’s most prestigious trade shows for elevators and escalators – Interlift, which took place in Augsburg, Germany. The trade fair was attended by nearly 19 thousands architects and industry experts from around the world. LiftEye was recognized (Interlift 2013 Catalogue) as a one of a kind virtual window view elevator system that has established itself as a new product category in the elevator industry: namely Lifteye as an elevator equipment type appears between Landing door devices and Lifts without machine room in Products search index. One may even expect the word ‘lifteye’ gain a status similar to the word ‘xerox’, which over time became a synonym for the process of photocopying.
Both installation and commissioning took just 6 days before the trade fair opened. Needless to say, the job was thoroughly planned in advance.
Although the travel height of elevator in the booth at the Augsburg Interlift Trade show was less then 10 meters, all of the main LiftEye features were carefully performed and the installation played a role of a Test Card: the performance of 3D picture at low heights is the most critical for the system.
The LiftEye consists of an original, patent-pending structure, a small number of specifically designed cameras permanently fixed on outer walls, computing devices, and a high definition video monitor wall in the elevator car.
The panoramic views are captured by the small number of fixed cameras installed outside the building and sophisticated software then generates a photo-realistic virtual 3D images based on the video from these cameras.
The actual view, displayed on the monitor corresponds with the actual altitude of the elevator car, as measured by a height sensor. The display wall may be switched to a view from another location equipped with LiftEye and vice-versa - the present LiftEye video data may be transmitted to other locations in real time.