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What3Words: Cannes Innovation Grand Prix

27. June 2015


Street addresses, locations, deliveries, finding people… it’s ultimately one of the hardest things to do on a global scale, it has no similar foundation or working order… apart from pure GEO targeted Lat/Long codes that humans can’t understand! So, What3Words have created a universal 3 meter X 3 meter global map of the entire earth, [...]

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Introducing June: The World’s First Smart Oven

21. June 2015


Attention tech-loving-foodies. Meet June, the world’s first smart oven, where the more people that own it, the smarter it becomes. It’s an oven created by ex-apple employees, designed to be more powerful, smarter and more beautiful than all other ovens! The countertop oven features Wi-Fi connectivity for software updates, an in-built digital scale, Nvidia processors [...]

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Google Project Soli: The Future of UI

1. June 2015


Project Soli by Google’s ATAP (Skunkworks type division that is tasked with creating future objects and devices that the entire world will use) wants to make your hands and fingers the only user interface you’ll ever need with it’s new high-tech micro radar sensor setup that allows you to become the controller. It’s a completely [...]

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Introducing Lily: The Throw And Shoot Drone

13. May 2015


Now this is cool. Drones are the next big thing. And this one, called ‘Lily’ is a Throw-And-Fly drone, meaning that you can pull it out of your bag, throw it in the air and it will immediately power up and start following you, shooting HD video as you snowboard, bike, run or even paddle [...]

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Shadow WiFi: Preventing Skin Cancer

13. May 2015


Skin Cancer is one of the world’s fastest growing diseases, and in Playa Agua Dulce, Peru, they’ve created an installation to help prevent it… Shadow WiFi, a large structure placed on beaches with a directional WiFi broadcast so that the free WiFi area moved in line with the shadow from the structure, and anyone left [...]

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Volkswagen: The Reduce Speed Dial

4. May 2015


This is a really different piece from Volkswagen, called “The Reduce Speed Dial” this campaign calls out a number of families in New Zealand, and empowers their children to create the visuals seen on the speed-dial in each Volkswagen, hand-crafting the design of each number along with special messages that can be seen while driving. [...]

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Google Maps: Explore Loch Ness In Street View

27. April 2015


It’s here. The Loch Ness In Street View. And with it, the list of things you can actually do on Google Maps continues to expand with ever more functionality and innovation. This week, Google launched the mapping of Loch Ness, street-view style, that lets you search for the mythical monster both above and below water. [...]

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Google Presents “The Android Chorus”

15. February 2015


So what happens when you take 300 odd Android phones, connect them all up and try to make them play a song together? Well, Google calls it “The Android Chorus” and its a little bit of tech-wizardry fun. There’s not much else to do but hit play, turn up the sound, and enjoy. This was [...]

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Luna: The World’s First Smart Bed

31. January 2015


Well, we’ve spoken about how 2015 will be the ‘Connected’ everything year, and here’s another one to hit the market, this time, it’s LUNA, a smart bed that learns how you like to sleep, helping to manage temperatures between the sheets and for both sides of the bed, along with heart rate and breathing patterns. [...]

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DJ QBert: Conductive Ink Mixable Album Covers

18. January 2015


Re-Mix your own track with this awesome ‘Conductive Ink’ based Album Cover for DJ QBert, the conductive ink basically creates/interrupts a circuit, and depending where you touch the album cover, you’ll be able to create something that actually sounds good. The Album Art has particular points designed to start multiple sound loops, and create different [...]

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