At the beginning of umaze’s journey, we decided to also walk and film physical mazes and labyrinths. The first labyrinth we found to walk through, close to Turku (where we are located) is in Nagu. This is a stone labyrinth.
Since we started our journey with umaze, we are in constant discovery of the immense and fascinating world of mazes. It is honestly captivating. As we advance in this discovery journey, I start to consciously realize the ubiquitous presence of
Mazes are amazing! Mazes have been among humans for millennia (literally!) In this blog, we will be sharing information about the amazing world of mazes. However, as a start point, the video of Jake Roper will be a good beginning.
In April we were informed that umaze was one of the 30 teams that passed to the semi-finals. The real work started at this moment. Transforming ideas to concept, requires an effort! In about approx. 2.5 months we needed to
In March 2019, the team behind umaze saw the announcement of #MyGalileoApp competition. As a team, we had been working in ubium, developing location-based applications over a decade. That means we started the development of location-based applications before the presence
The short answer to the question is: (1) you create mazes with your mobile phone by mapping the area where you want the maze to be located. (2) Afterwards, you and others can enjoy the mazes that you create by