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Introducing Tesla’s New Summon Feature

11. March 2016


Tesla Fan? You don’t need to be to love this feature, it’s called “Summon” and just like you’d wish your car could, the Autopilot feature automatically starts, navigates and brings the car right to your current location, powered by their latest iOS app. I’m sure it’s only meant for short distances, out of the garage, [...]

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IBM Watson: Robot Support Groups

28. February 2016


Introducing IBM Watson. Incase you haven’t heard, Watson is a cognitive system that’s ushering in the new era of cognitive business. Serious stuff, although, this ad isn’t… Featuring a group of battered science fiction bots speaking about trying to take over the world and their dislike for working with humans. Unlike them, Watson works with [...]

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Watch The New Leap Motion “Orion” VR Demo

22. February 2016


Introducing the new Leap Motion “Orion”, where truly immersive VR starts with your hands. Built from the ground up for virtual reality, Orion is a massive step forward for Leap Motion capability, lower latency, longer range, better and faster hand recognition, vastly improved robustness to cluttered backgrounds and ambient light, and more. Check out this [...]

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Microsoft Re-Imagines NFL Through HoloLens

3. February 2016


So this is the future of Football, with Microsoft re-imagining the future of the game, where NFL fans can get closer to their favorite teams and players than ever before, and control the action across multiple screens, on multiple surfaces, with an immersive mixed-reality experience that the upcoming HoloLens Headset will provide. Pretty cool right? [...]

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Introducing FordPass: The Future of Mobility

17. January 2016


Welcome to the future of Ford. Where you don’t just buy a car, you get access to an entire digital ecosystem of services for being part of the family, as they start to shape the future of the automotive industry, where just perhaps, you won’t even have to own a car with RideShare of the [...]

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NIVEA Presents The Second Skin Project

11. January 2016


This is Nivea’s Nanotechnology Experiment that allows people to feel a human touch from anywhere in the world. It’s also probably Leo Burnett Madrid‘s Cannes entry for 2016! The experiment shows how technology can create a sense of touch between a mother and son living thousands of kilometres apart from each other, delivering a hug, [...]

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L’Oréal Connected UV Skin Patch Sensors

9. January 2016


Hot off the press from CES, L’Oréal have announced a new, connected UV Skin Patch and companion app called “La Roche-Posay My UV Patch”, and it’s powered by NFC for android, and by image recognition for iOS as the primacy connectivity point for the patch. The patch itself is as thin as a fake tattoo, [...]

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Nikon Launches KeyMission 360 VR Camera

7. January 2016


Well the VR and 360 Cam market is hotting up, and GoPro better watch out, with a big entry from Nikon into the market with their “Key Mission 360″ VR Camera that’s both a water proof action camera and a full 360 VR camera. Shame it has such a horrible name! Unfortunately there isn’t any [...]

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VertiGo: A Wall-Climbing Robot From Disney

3. January 2016


As if almost out of no where, Disney Research Labs have released a video showcasing a 3D Printed (in part) Wall-Climbing Robot that is more like an all-terrain owning vehicle from a future military prototype, than a Disney research project… But I want one! They’ve called it “VertiGo” and it’s capable of transitioning from the [...]

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HaptoClone: Holograms That You Can Touch

29. December 2015


Imagine a world of Holograms that you can physically touch! Imagine shaking a friend’s hand or reaching out to pass them a gift? Well a group of haptics and hologram researchers from the University of Tokyo’s Department of Complexity Science and Engineering (DCSE) have brought this prototype to life. Inventing “Haptoclone”. Quite simply, an interactive [...]

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Star Wars: Lightsaber Escape Mobile Game

20. December 2015


Get your Lightsabre ready, and by that, I mean get your phone out! Star Wars fans can now join in the excitement of the new movie with their own mobile phone lightsabers. The game; “Lightsaber Escape,” is an interactive fan experience from Google Chrome that lets you battle Stormtroopers. Created by guys at 72andSunny and [...]

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Giroptic: The World’s First 360 HD Camera

18. December 2015


So Giroptic have just raised $4.5m to finally produce this, arguably The World’s First Consumer-Level 360 HD Cam that does live-on-chip stitching of 360 video to produce brilliant VR content. Originally famous for crowd-funding $1.4m on Kickstarter, Giroptic have raised another chunk of seed money to get them off the ground and into the manufacturing [...]

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ShiftWear: Customize & Animate Your Sneakers

9. December 2015


Everyone wants to rock individual style, so imagine if you could have a connected shoe? Introducing ShiftWear… sneakers that give users creative control over the designs they can instantly animate and display on their sneakers, using their smartphones. How are these not the coolest shoes ever?! The new ShiftWare shoes are on indiegogo, and have [...]

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Nokia OZO: The Virtual Reality Camera

29. November 2015


And you thought Nokia was dead right? Well, they aren’t, and this new product, the OZO, might be what pulls them back into the light, with a world-leading Virtual Reality Camera. The OZO is a professional Virtual Reality Camera made for pro-storytellers and production companies, and with a price of $50,000. It’s not cheap, but [...]

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Disney: Augmented Reality Colouring Books

14. October 2015


Disney Research Labs has been working on some pretty cool tech that might well create the future of colouring in books, where live texturing of 3D Augmented Reality Characters becomes a possibility as kids around the world colour in on paper. With this, Disney have developed a “deformable” surface tracking method that uses a new [...]

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Yamaha: My Garage App

11. September 2015


Yamaha Europe needed a digital tool that was engaging, unique and incorporated existing assets to provide bike enthusiasts the freedom to customize their rides and efficiently connect them to dealers. As a solution we created Yamaha My Garage. A real time 3D configurator, conceptually connected to each bike segment – utilising the Unity engine to create [...]

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Zero Latency: Free Roam Virtual Reality Gaming

23. August 2015


Finally, Virtual Reality is stepping up to the plate, with a World First “Zero Latency” Free Roam, Multi-Player gaming setup in Melbourne, Australia. Using the latest Oculus Rift, and powered by Alienware backpacks, players can roam around inside a huge warehouse type structure with friends, in an immersive VR environment where they literally become the [...]

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Chatroulette: Live First Person Zombie Game

21. August 2015


This might be the best thing I’ve seen this year. It’s the world’s first Real Life First Person Shooter Game, played out live on Chatroulette, and damn I wish I could have played it. Realm Pictures pulled together an amazing story line, filled it with Zombies, weapons and challenges, then put their first person shooter [...]

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B-Reel: Virtual Reality Adventures Game

20. August 2015


Check out B-Reel’s latest experiment, this time an adventure with Virtual Reality on Cardboard. The game is called “Stupid Big Hands” and is a prototype for Cardboard that provides pick-up-and-play type VR gaming. You’ll take on the character of George, a 50m (160ft) tall guy, with over-sized uncontrollable hands that makes walking through cities a [...]

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SeeLight: Helping Blind People Navigate Cities

18. August 2015


SeeLight is a new, open source platform aiming to map the world’s traffic lights to help blind people be able to use any street, anywhere in the world, with the ability to easily stop and cross roads with confidence regardless of if the traffic lights have sound/tactile aids for the blind. Check it out here.

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