The Sensel Morph: INTERACTION, EVOLVED.
Sensel is raising funds for The Sensel Morph: INTERACTION, EVOLVED. on Kickstarter! The first pressure-sensitive, multi-touch input device that enables users to interact with the digital world like never before.
Make Your Outfits In Your Living Room, With This Clothing 3-D Printer
From digital files, the Electroloom spins fabric to life–no sewing skills or cotton field necessary.
141 Optical Illusions & Visual Phenomena
This huge collection of non-scary optical illusions and fascinating visual phenomena emphasizes interactive exploration, beauty, and scientific explanation.
EM-Sense: Touch Recognition of Uninstrumented Electrical and Electromechanical Objects
Most everyday electrical and electromechanical objects emit small amounts of electromagnetic (EM) noise during regular operation. When a user makes physical ...
FLEXIBLE SHEET CAMERA: Computer Vision Lab at Columbia Engineering
Daniel Sims, Yonghao Yue and Shree K. Nayar of the Computer Vision Laboratory have developed a novel sheet camera that can be wrapped around everyday objects...
The first generation of real wearable tattoos are here
Whenever people talk about the technology of the future, someone will always bring up "tattoo-style" diagnostic technology. MC10, a firm that's emerged out of research by medical wearables pioneer John Rogers, has now been able to make devices like that a reality. The firm is announcing two new products here at CES, one designed for use in research environments as well as a consumer-facing version for the mass market. The first is the BioStamp Research Connect, a flexible wearable sensor…
Snapchat And Periscope Lure Millennials With Vertical Content
According to Mary Meeker’s 2015 Internet Trends report, vertical viewing has increased fivefold, from a mere 5% in 2010 to 29% in 2015. As media consumption continues to shift from traditional desktop screens to mobile, marketers must consider how vertical content will fit into their digital marketing strategy, especially when appealing to millennials on Snapchat and Periscope.
Facebook Live lets you skip to the good part – TechCrunch
Facebook’s newest feature could fundamentally change how you watch video. Until now, you either sat through a video until it got too boring, waited for the interesting part or fast-forwarded hoping to spy something worth seeing. But for clips that weren’t immediately exciting, especially monologues or selfie-streams where the action was in the audio, it […]
How can technology help humans and animals communicate? Speech vests for service dogs, of course
The new field of animal-computer interaction is developing tech to help service dogs and other animals communicate more effectively with humans.
Why I Unfollowed You on Instagram
In October 2011 I gave a presentation called The Race To Be Trusted. I was pulling on a thread handed to me by Andy Weissman regarding the evolution of Internet content distribution. In short: In…
Why I love Snapchat
When I first heard about Snapchat, it sounded like a toy. That should have been the first warning. Exploding photos, good for sexting. I tried it, mostly for industry research purposes, found the UI…