Time Is Precious

At ZEITDICE we are working on technology that enables you to understand the world better with the support of intelligent computer vision. We believe that important stories emerge over days, weeks, months and years, and that those stories cannot be adequately told due of the lack of capable tools. That's why we have made it our mission to create easy to use devices and services that enable you to capture time easily as well as study it, share it and experience it.

Since 2015 we have invented the ZEITDice timelapse photography camera that makes it very easy for anybody to reveal the secrets of time and the built a cloud based computer vision platform that extracts measurable data from photography.

Zeitdice Logo

Contact Us

Email: info [at] zeitdice.com
Phone: +1 647 865 0172

Who We Are

Our team consists of people fascinated by time and who want to introduce society to technology that allows better understanding of the changes in our world.

If you want to join, please contact us.

Michael Schwanzer
Michael Schwanzer
Entrepreneur who built and sold his first SaaS company during college. Most recently worked as Senior Web Application Developer on an Interactive TV SaaS platform used by Emmy nominated programs.
Toronto, Canada
Dr. Steve Mann
Steve Mann
Chief Scientist
Professor Steve Mann (PhD, MIT '97), widely regarded as the Father of Wearable Computing, is an inventor best known for his work in wearable computing, augmented reality, and the invention of HDR (high dynamic range) imaging.
Toronto, Canada & Palo Alto, USA
Simon Repp
Simon Repp
Simon is an interdisciplinary media designer, developer and producer with an educational root in media informatics and an academic background in applied arts.
Vienna, Austria
Xingyu Zhou
Xingyu Zhou
Xingyu (Evan) designed our electronics and implemented the firmware controlling the camera. He has many years of experience developing cameras and photo capturing systems.
Toronto, Canada & China


The Early Days

ZEITDICE INC. was founded in Toronto, Canada on September 21st, 2015 after a few years of prototyping in a basement. See below some iterations we went through.

Zeitdice prototyping