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DARTSEE CAREERS

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aboutus

Dartsee is an interactive steel tip darts board that uses state-of-the-art computer vision technology to bring darts to a new generation. We focus on quality, player experience and customizability. 

Open positions

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Jobs

Meet the team:

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We’re the kind of people that love darts. We manufacture Dartsee from quality components and test every unit extensively before shipping it out.

Your future team:

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Bálint Nika

Brigitta Szalai

Ferenc Lilik

Gábor Mándi

Gergely Király

developer

marketing

developer

developer

hardware

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Imre Horváth

László Vass

Simon Márton

Tamás Terray

Zoltán Borsos

logistics

CEO

developer

HR

business development

We hit the bullseye:

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countries worldwide

15+ 

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games played so far

1+ million

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darts detected

41+ million

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480k+ 

people had fun playing Dartsee

Our Story

Dartsee is an interactive electronic dartboard that uses state-of-the-art computer technology to bring darts to a new generation.

 

Its principle innovation comes by way of our founder, László Vass, who is an enthusiastic amateur player, and a professional computer scientist. He literally ‘played’ with computer code, cameras, home brew hardware and—it goes without saying—steel tip darts until he had developed the first generation of Dartsee in his garage.

 

After he had achieved a high level of accuracy in detecting the impact points of the darts, he set up a team to build a professional-grade system.

 

Originally, Dartsee was exclusively a software solution, providing the other necessary elements: computer vision system, a dart game running on a TV above a board, and an interface that allowed you to set up players and games.

 

But after a year of successfully deploying the system on several continents, Dartsee released its first standardized piece of hardware, the Ring. All you need to do is mount it on a wall, connect it to your TV, and you’re ready to play.

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