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Time Trial: Augmented Reality Climbing

10. February 2016

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Check this out! “Time Trial” is a new, physical, interactive rock climbing video game where players are given the opportunity to compete in a time-trial style augmented reality climbing wall challenge to log the fastest times to complete climbs that require them to do single or multiple tasks during that climb. Pretty damn cool. If [...]

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DRL: The Drone Racing League

7. February 2016

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Ok, get ready for the sport of the future. Drone Racing. Imagine the world’s top drone pilots. Flying through epic real-world courses. Racing super fast drones in first person view with special FPV goggles, that place not only the pilots, but the fans, right in the drone as they twist their way through special LED [...]

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Microsoft Re-Imagines NFL Through HoloLens

3. February 2016

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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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Bentley Inspirator App: The Design Experience

27. January 2016

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The Bentley Inspirator is a new luxury design and commissioning experience from Bentley, where your facial reactions to specific app content and beautiful design ques shape and guide your way to a recommended specification, inspired by you, and your interests in life. It’s a completely different play for such a luxury automotive brand, and hints [...]

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Introducing FordPass: The Future of Mobility

17. January 2016

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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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SpeakEmoji: The Emoji Translator App

21. December 2015

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Just in time for the holiday season where you’ll probably be wondering what your kids are saying with those weird Emoji combinations… or perhaps, you’re just not cool enough to be in the convo! Introducing SpeakEmoji, the world-first voice-to-emoji translator app which translates grown-up speak into cool emoji messages, thus making just about any one [...]

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Google: The Year In Search 2015 Video

17. December 2015

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With the year almost over, the “Year in Review” pieces are coming out, and this one from Google with it’s annual “Year In Search” marks another epic and enchanting year for the internet and the world. What’s interesting, is that the biggest moments of 2015 inspired trillions of questions/searches this year. But what do they [...]

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YouTube Rewind 2015: Now Watch Me

12. December 2015

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Here it is. YouTube’s famous year in review “YouTube Rewind 2015″ and what a year it was. This year it is celebrating the videos, people, music and moves that made 2015. #YouTubeRewind Featuring well over 100 key YouTube content creators and those crazy viral videos that come out of now where, it’s a great watch [...]

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ShiftWear: Customize & Animate Your Sneakers

9. December 2015

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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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PSY Launches New “DADDY” Viral Music Video

2. December 2015

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So PSY is back, with another ridiculous music video filled with all that viral magic, racking up about 8 million views in the first 24 hours. So what’s it all about? Well. Bad dancing. Even worse fashion. Another stupidly catchy song… Oh, and It’s about your “DADDY”. CL of girl group 2NE1 asks PSY; “Hey, [...]

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Quitbit: Wearable Tech For Life Expectancy

18. September 2015

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What if a piece of wearable tech could tell your life expectancy, and count it down, on your wrist? Meet Quitbit, it’s currently in beta testing, an will track your life expectancy so you can always have a view how much life you have left to live… Ok, so it’s fake, but regardless it’s an [...]

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The Robot Master Swordsman Experiment

9. September 2015

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In a world where your ultra-high-tech robots can be directly mapped to human movement, you end up with this… the “YASKAWA BUSHIDO PROJECT” or what I like to see this as, the Robot Master Experiment, where Robots take on Humans. And the result, is unbelievable. Or actually, probably quite believable when you think about robot [...]

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Zero Latency: Free Roam Virtual Reality Gaming

23. August 2015

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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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B-Reel: Virtual Reality Adventures Game

20. August 2015

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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

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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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