An example on the evolution of wearables. New Bose Frames which combine audio and augmented reality (AR) into premium sunglasses.
Andreessen Horowitz’ Benedict Evans walks through state-of-innovation, where we are now in software eating the world... and how things may continue to change over the next 10 years.
WOW on the graphical transition of video games in roughly the last 30 years. What will the future look like with AR and VR?
We built an AI, coached it with 15 years' worth of Cannes-Lions-winning car and luxury adverts, and trained it in human intuition, and asked it to write the script for our new Lexus campaign.
Disney's new "Stuntronics" are flying stunt robots that perform acrobatic feats. How does the technology work?
Combines the power of augmented reality, voice recognition, and spatial story design to immerse children in engaging, educational, and powerful narratives
A year after California-based startup Hoversurf showcased its hoverbike at tech expo GITEX, Dubai's police starts training.
Folding Phone - smarphone to pad are coming your way. Here is one of the first from China's Royole.
Here's how USA space agency got to tackling some wild projects. What's your favorite NASA project?
Groupe Renault brings its last-mile delivery vision to life with Renault EZ-PRO, an autonomous delivery concept featuring shared customizable robo-pods
Blockchain, artificial intelligence, empowered edge, privacy & ethics, quantum computing, immersive experiences, augmented analytics, autonomous things and digital twins drive Gartner Top 10 for 2019
Imagine a world where negotiating busy junctions does not require you to wait at a red light and the only reason to stop your car is because you have arrived at your destination.
From 100% renewable energy, medals from old phones, to dirverless cars and here come the robots.
In this special film created for NASA’s 60th anniversary, watch Saint-Saëns's “Organ Symphony” featuring film footage from NASA’s archives.
Facial recognition tech will transform way we live in 2018. Machines that can read & recognise our faces will go mainstream, opening up possibilities & posing new dangers. Economist 2017 prediction.
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