Archive | April, 2016

Smart Gloves Turn Sign Language into Speech

29. April 2016

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This is such an amazing invention, and I know a few groups have been playing around with the technology, but this latest iteration from SignAloud really steals the show. Gloves that turn Sign Language into Speech in real time. There really isn’t that much more to say, other than please do spend the 2-3 minutes [...]

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LUCA: Meet HBO’s Silicon Valley Chat Bot

29. April 2016

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So Season 3 of HBO’s Silicon Valley launched this week to much fan fare. And a new AI Bot startup called LUCA decided to build in some functionality to let fans of the HBO show chat to each of the main characters in the series. All you need to do is go here to download [...]

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Lockheed Martin: The VR Mars Experience Bus

23. April 2016

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Imagine driving across an inhabited Mars? Well, Lockheed Martin did, helping children to truly believe in their own potential, by taking them further than they ever dreamed they’d go; To Mars. The Lockheed Martin Virtual Experience Bus travelled to Mars, where the windows of a bus were turned into HD screens to create a group [...]

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Magic Leap: The Future Of Mornings

21. April 2016

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Magic Leap has been inspiring us with it’s vision for a mixed-reality headset, a very cool hardware piece that unfortunately Microsoft’s Hololens has been stealing all the headlines for, with brilliant content pieces and futuristic applications. But Magic leap want to fight back, in a slightly different way, by re-inventing how you might experience your [...]

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SlideShare: Top Trends From SXSW 2016

18. April 2016

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If you didn’t make it to SXSW this year, don’t worry, here’s a great wrap up presentation highlighting the top trends at SXSW in 2016 from Matteo Sarzana, you can follow him here. It covers 1250 sessions, over 2700 speakers and a huge 35,000+ attendees this year. So, what’s the biggest take out? Apps are [...]

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Game of Thrones: Interactive 360 Intro Credits

17. April 2016

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If you’re a fan, then you need to do this, it’s a 360 Facebook video that lets you go inside the opening Game of Thrones credits sequence where you’ll fly from King’s Landing to Dorne, and explore the world of Westeros like never before in this seriously cool, immersive 360 experience. Enjoy!

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BMW: Eyes On Gigi Hadid Interactive 360 Film

16. April 2016

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To launch the new BMW M2, they’ve brought Gigi Hadid on board in this interactive film experience that’s available in both normal and 360 versions, challenging you to keep your eyes on her at all times to pick her M2. Why? Well, no reason actually, unless its purely to see Gigi Hadid get out of [...]

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Meet TacoBot: Taco Bell’s Slack Bot

11. April 2016

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Introducing the world’s first TacoBot, created by your friends at Taco Bell. If you use the group messenger app Slack, and millions of people around the world do, you’ll now be able to order Taco Bell in just seconds. So, what are you waiting for. Start your bot order! So how does it work? It’s [...]

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The Next Rembrandt: Technology Inspired Art

9. April 2016

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Yep. Rembrandt died in 1669 but a new piece of work created with computer data brings him back to life. Launched in the Netherlands ‘The Next Rembrandt‘ is the result of an 18-month project undertaken by a group of art historians, developers, scientists, engineers and data geeks to re-create his style of painting, so that [...]

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KFC: The WiFi Test Campaign

4. April 2016

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So how do you help an entire country with its worst ever national school test results? Well, you get a national brand, like KFC, and trade students for something they really want, WiFi. Welcome to the WiFi Test, where every KFC store in Romania, gave away free-WiFi to school kids, who could answer test-questions that [...]

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