Day: June 4, 2017
Camera rolls tend to look like Instagram outtakes, filled with moments that are good but not good enough to make the social media cut. Daniel Wilson and Martin Adolfsson want to change that. Earlier this year, the duo—a neuroscientist and… Read More ›
The Washington Post is using augmented reality to let audiences explore iconic buildings with their iPhone
Following the success of its first augmented reality (AR) initiative, which provided a visual account of the Freddie Gray case, The Washington Post has launched another immersive experience that takes audiences inside some of the world’s most prestigious buildings. Read… Read More ›
Beverage coolers are getting connected. A lot of coolers. Around a million Red Bull branded beverage coolers around the world are being connected by AT&T. The connected coolers will provide data relating to performance, temperature stats and geolocation information, according… Read More ›
Trump has 31 million followers and, sure enough, if you browse through them you will find an unusual number of tweet-less, picture-less accounts that joined the service in May 2017. If you’re still curious, you can enter Trump’s handle, @realDonaldTrump,… Read More ›
When equipped with both a wearable thermometer and an app, healthcare experts can use mHealth monitoring to quickly predict flu outbreaks. Read more at mHealth Intelligence.
Look ma no wires, uBeam shows off charging by sound waves. Read more at USA Today.
This Stevens algorithm may help identify early signs of Alzheimer’s by scanning social media posts, phone calls
University team develops new tool to detect early signs of neurological disorders. The technology works by analyzing speech and writing, mining text for patterns or linguistic “cues” that may hint at health issues. Read more at Stevens Institute.
The Republican National Committee is backing a petition that would allow political campaigns and businesses to leave automated messages on your voicemail, without your phone having to ring. Read more at The Washington Post.