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Intel: How We Keep Stephen Hawking Talking

8. December 2014

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In early 2015, Intel will release to the public, with open access, a new assisted communications platform that will help over 3 million people globally with disabilities, communicate with the world. And today, Intel demonstrated for the first time with Professor Stephen Hawking, that very platform, after spending the last few years together developing the [...]

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Durex Launches World’s First Dual Screen Ad

30. November 2014

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DUREX creates a new way to interact with its ads, with a short film that follows a mail boy delivering a package of condoms to an apartment block that seems to be full of people having some fun… as the film shows you various couples getting a little hot/steamy through windows .etc But, if you’ve [...]

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Chrysler Launches Oculus Rift VR Experience

27. November 2014

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Chrysler has created a first-of-its-kind interactive, photo­real virtual reality (VR) experience. It’s called ‘Beneath the Surface’ and is a four-minute experiment that pushes the boundaries of what’s doable in virtual reality. Using the latest Oculus Rift DK2 headset, users are immersed in a beautiful rendering of the Chrysler 200 and taken on an audiovisual tour [...]

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Next Glass: Beer & Wine Taste Matching App

26. November 2014

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Check out Next Glass. A data-driven beer and wine matching app that can tell you if you’ll like a particular drink, just by scanning the bottle, so that you’ll never have a bad drink again. The app creates a “taste profile” by identifying your current favourite beers and wines, as well as your preferred flavours [...]

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SlideShare: How Google Works By Eric Schmidt

26. October 2014

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Grab your morning coffee and have a good 5 minute read of this SlideShare presentation from Eric Schmidt, called ‘How Google Works’. It summaries the recent NY Times Best Selling book in 54 slides to give you a very top line look at what they unravel in the book about how Google runs its business. [...]

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ProGlove: A Professional Wearable-Tech Glove

25. October 2014

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Meet ProGlove, a professional grade wearable-tech item concept that shows that not everything ‘Wearables’ are a ‘trend’… ProGlove is a actually a wearable tool, targeted at professional production processes (think car manufacturers). ProGlove enables its wearer to work faster, more accurately and more efficiently, plus it’s easy to use and unlocks a new level of [...]

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Orange: It’s Time To Meet Your FutureSelf

7. October 2014

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If you’ve ever wondered about the future, then you’ll love this from Orange! It’s called #FutureSelf and the campaign site uses some pretty cool tech to allow users to meet, speak and discuss the future 20 years from now! Orange is inviting people to engage in a first of its kind technological journey 20 years [...]

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TopShop: Instagram Powered Social Catwalk

15. September 2014

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TopShop is famous for its social catwalks, and this year, they’ve upped their game and created a new ‘Instagram/Facebook’ powered Social Catwalk, allowing people from around the world to be part of the event live, from London. The Social Catwalk debuted the latest looks exclusively on Facebook, while 5 VIP Instagramers gave unique views to [...]

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Shell Creates ‘Player’ Powered Football Field

12. September 2014

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In the Favela’s of Rio, Shell’s #MakeTheFuture program has just unveiled a soccer pitch that is powered by the players foot steps, powering the lights at night so the local community can play their most loved game, 24 hours a day without the reliance on paid electricity. Created with the famous Pavegen impact/power tiles that [...]

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Volkswagen: Charge Up For e-Golf App Challenge

2. September 2014

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Check out this new campaign from Volkswagen which utilizes the charging hardware on smartphones to interact and power an app! So by doing what people do every day, charging their phone, the Volkswagen ‘Charge Up’ for e-Golf app and deliver receive a raffle tickets to people when they charge their phone, for the chance to [...]

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Instagram: Introducing The Hyperlapse App

28. August 2014

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Just a few weeks ago Microsoft revealed some seriously cool ‘Labs’ technology that created these ‘Hyperlapse’ videos from GoPro footage… Now, fast forward almost no time, and Instagram has released an app that does the exact same thing from video you shoot on your mobile, and then instantly posts it for you. A serious shame [...]

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Ralph Lauren: Introducing The Polo Tech Shirt

27. August 2014

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Ok so Ralph Lauren is claiming to be the first luxury lifestyle brand to offer apparel that tracks and streams real-time workout data directly to your smartphone or tablet. It’s high-end wearable tech so to speak and it’s being tested right now… But the question is. Would you wear it? Would you want it? What’s [...]

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Microsoft: First-Person Hyperlapse Videos

12. August 2014

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Sure your GoPro does an OK job of smoothing out the bumps and shaking form your bike rides and snowboarding escapades… And what about if you’re recording video using Google Glass? Probably 10x worse right? Then remember how they look when you speed them up? Well… What if Microsoft could change that all and give [...]

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inFORM: Tangible Media Surface Interaction

15. July 2014

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Posting this one for the Archives as it’s a little dated but I’ve wanted to post for a long while! This piece of work from MIT’s Tangible Media Group, who’ve invented a surface that three-dimensionally changes shape, allowing users to not only interact with digital content in meatspace, but even hold hands with a person [...]

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Google Self Driving Car: The First Drive Video

13. June 2014

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We’ve heard a lot about the Google Driverless Car, with testing over the last few years well documented. But this is the ‘First Drive’ where you’ll find people actually in the car, being driven autonomously around some slightly empty streets as they continue to near production… The Google Driverless Cars will be designed to operate [...]

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