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Nike: Introducing The NBA Connected Jersey

17. September 2017

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Here it is. And about time. The Nike x NBA Connected Jersey that connects wearers to highlight reels, the latest scores, player and team stats, exclusive content, training content and more. All by tapping their phone against the label. Boom! It’s all triggered from the NikeConnect logo on Jerseys and shoes, you’ll just need the [...]

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TED Talks: YOLO AI Instant Object Recognition

6. August 2017

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If you’re into AI then you’re going to love this TED Talk by Joseph Redmon. He works on a project called the YOLO (You Only Look Once) system, an open-source method of object detection that can identify objects in images and video… Think spotting zebras in images to reading stop signs in videos… all in [...]

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The KLM Care Tag: A Connected Device

9. July 2017

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There are city guides on Google, and then there is this. The KLM Care Tag. It’s a smart audio luggage tag that now automatically provides tourists with GPS activated voice assistance and guidance across Amsterdam. It’s somewhat seamless no matter if you’re walking or cycling through the city, offering up the perfect location based tip [...]

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Nissan: The Percebeiro Shield

14. May 2017

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Introducing Nissan’s Percebeiro Shield; a prototype wearable device that aims to help the ‘percebeiros’ (you know, the guys that collect those amazingly tasty shellfish) by predicting the sea’s behaviour, its dynamic movements, changes to the swell, rogue waves and other environmental changes… Ultimately helping to save lives and assist wiht their jobs in real-time. All [...]

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TED: Elon Musk’s The future we’re building

13. May 2017

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This is a must watch 40min video (posting just incase you’ve not yet seen it!) with Elon Musk discussing his new Boring company in the US, what’s next from Tesla and where is SpaceX headed. Plus, it covers his his desire for building a future on Mars in this super cool conversation with TED’s Head [...]

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Google’s New Cardboard “Google Home” Kits

7. May 2017

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Don’t have a Google Home yet? Don’t worry, you can build one yourself with Google’s new AIY kit projects that have just launched, the first being a replica “Google Home” made with Raspberry Pi. The DIY Cardboard Kit connects you to the Google Assistant SDK, and the Google Cloud Speech API as part of the [...]

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Facebook F8: The New, The Wild, The Crazy

2. May 2017

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Just incase you missed Facebook’s F8 conference last week, here is everything you need to know in a quick video wrap from TechCrunch. It wasn’t just any old F8, this year Zuckerberg stepped way outside of the norm for F8 and into a whole new world of wild… weird? but awesome. From Brain-Computer interfaces, technology [...]

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This Is The New Google Earth: Explained Here

23. April 2017

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So here it is. The new Google Earth. You’ve not got the whole world in your browser. Ready to explore. To get lost. Perhaps you can fly through landmarks around the world, and your favourite cities like London, Sydney and NYC in stunning 3D, then dive in to experience them first hand with Street View, [...]

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FORD Launches The Smart Crib

9. April 2017

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Is this the world’s first smart-crib? Ford says so, and now babies can get to sleep sleep at home the same way they sleep in a car as the smart crib reproduces your car’s movements and sounds once you train it in your car via the connected app experience, on trips around town. The app [...]

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L’Oreal’s New Smart Hairbrush: Hair Coach

8. January 2017

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You’ll remember that L’Oreal has been pushing its incubator the last few years, with the first product being the “MyUV” Patch. Great technology, just not the right customer experience for anyone to really want to adopt it, and perhaps ahead of its time in terms of demand for this kind of product. Now they are [...]

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The NRMA FireBlanket: Bushfire Detection

9. December 2016

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NRMA Insurance in Australia have been working on an early bushfire detection and monitoring network called “FireBlanket”. It’s a prototype designed to sense, locate and track bushfire smoke before spreading a virtual safety blanket over at-risk communities across Australia. It’s early days of course, but you can imagine how powerful this could be, if it [...]

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Breakfast NY Presents: Flip-Disc Kinetic Displays

5. December 2016

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Kinetic displays and sculptures are continually increasing in popularity as they arguably create a more tangible and interactive experience compared to LED screens. So BREAKFAST NY stepped in, and with some seriously cool Kinetic art installations and campaigns under their belt over the last few years, they’ve now productised this… The “Flip-Disc” Kinetic Display System, [...]

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Google Ai Experiments: Giorgio Cam!

27. November 2016

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This is Giorgio Cam. An AI Machine Learning powered experiment from Google, that turns real-world objects into music made with your phone just by taking a picture. It uses image recognition to label what it sees, then it turns those labels into lyrics of a song. Fun right? Made in Google’s Creative Lab using MaryTTS, [...]

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OK Go Presents “The One Moment” Film

27. November 2016

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Well, yes, it’s OK Go good. Almost a benchmark in visual stimulation more so than the actual music and lyrics, with their latest masterpiece, stretching a 4.2s shot into a 4 minute music video, where at times, the frame rate hits 6000 frames per second, capturing exploding guitars at the finale… Just watch. And find [...]

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Netflix: The Halloween Doorbell Project

30. October 2016

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Netflix’s new Halloween Doorbell gives trick-or-treaters a scream while you continue to stream, with the DIY Halloween Doorbell (comes complete with build instructions) transforming your home into a trick-or-treaters’ delight while you never leave the TV… You hang the Halloween Doorbell right over your existing one, so trick-or-treaters can’t find bother you. Then as trick-or-treaters [...]

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Introducing The Microsoft Surface Studio

27. October 2016

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A day before the big a Apple event to introduce new Macs… Microsoft launch this. The Surface Studio PC that looks more like the most amazing Macbook meets iMac meets iPad you’ve ever seen, but with a killer haptic control device and an amazing hinge that lets the computer become a tablet of sorts. Oh [...]

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Introducing Snapchat Spectacles: Smart Glasses

25. September 2016

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So Snapchat is becoming a camera company. Or so they say, with the launch of “Snapchat Spectacles” a new smart glasses product that lets users instantly snap 10 second videos straight from the glasses that are soon to go on sale for about $130 a pair. It’s a pretty big play for Snapchat, and while [...]

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LVL: The Wearable Hydration Monitor

20. September 2016

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With the Wearable industry continually expanding, so many new startups are entering the market via KickStarter, including this one, LVL (pronounced Level) which is a new take on the typical FitBit type band, with a focus on measuring hydration as the key part of the fitness tracker. It seemed a little niche to me, until [...]

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Blizzard: Stream Your Gaming to Facebook Live

30. August 2016

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Here it comes. The commercialisation of Facebook Live. With game developer Blizzard Entertainment doing a deal that means Facebook users can stream their Blizzard gameplay over Facebook Live. It’s limited to PC-gamers in the Americas, Southeast Asia, Australia and New Zealand for now, and will soon hit all other console and gaming platforms. So what [...]

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Google Presents: National Park Hidden Worlds

28. August 2016

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Google is ramping up mobile 360 video experiences, now you can explore some of the most amazing National Parks in the US, as you follow rangers on a journey to places most people never go. You’ll experience some of the most amazing sights, unbelievable sounds, and crazy adventures of Kenai Fjords, Hawai’i Volcanoes, Carlsbad Caverns, [...]

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