We’ve had telepresence on our SciFi minds for decades now, ever since Princess Leia first asked for Obi Wan Kenobi’s help from the depths of R2D2. But instead of just a memory, wouldn’t it be cooler to be live? Scotty...Continue reading »
Drones currently play a starring role and because of this many companies have decided to incorporate these devices into their value chains, aware of the opportunities they offer sectors such as agriculture, safety, logistics, or entertainment. However, it is still...Continue reading »
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Designed by Product Innovation, and executed in partnership with C Space, Impressions of Connected Futures was a strategic research project that aimed to help us all imagine what people will need from connectivity and connected experiences in...Continue reading »
Blockchain and Artificial Intelligence – what a double act they will be!
Here’s a prediction for 2017: half the people who talk about the Next Big Technology Trend – Blockchain – won’t be able to describe its ‘mysterious ways’ and ‘wonders...Continue reading »
First arising in the imaginations of science fiction utopians, the vision of smart cities – highly-connected, efficient and sustainable conurbations – can now be realised through advanced digital infrastructures, platforms and services. Smart cities are technically possible, but what is...Continue reading »
Virtual assistants or VAs have been rocking our distributed world for awhile now. They allow us to hire part-time help that tackles the tasks we don’t want to or don’t have the skills or time for, while they get the...Continue reading »
Diva Tommei, from Italy, is the creator of this sphere that, thanks to an algorithm, follows the sun’s movement and captures and reflects its light into rooms to prevent any increases to the electricity bill. The design was created neutrally...Continue reading »
MoVR is a solution that was created to eliminate the tangle of cabling that still hinders the best virtual reality kits in this day and age.
The level of immersion that has been achieved in 2016 thanks to proposals by Oculus Rift or HTC...Continue reading »
The march of technological progress is relentless; it cannot be stopped. And much of that progress is positive – think improved health, education, communication, collaboration, environmental improvements, productivity, and so much more. Technology has the potential to change so many...Continue reading »
A project by MIT and Purdue University means that the ‘resuscitation’ of incandescent bulbs is possible, thanks to a nanotechnology application.
In 2008, the European Commission put an end to incandescent bulbs. This decision marked a new period in the field of...Continue reading »