Watch the future with augmented reality as realized by London designer, Keiichi Matsuda. Either it kills you or makes you stronger…. HYPER-REALITY from Keiichi Matsuda on Vimeo. via Keiichi Matsuda’s Hyper-Reality film blurs real and virtual worlds
A sneak peek at the future mood just around the corner… via Trend forecasting 2017 – YouTube
After launching the LG Display curved OLED televisions with 4K capability, this year’s offering is sure to make headlines. LG has a mind-melting 55-inch ‘wallpaper-style’ set that is a very thin 0.97mm and weighs only 4.1 pounds. As OLEDS don’t need backlighting,the actual components are not contained within the TV itself. The “mat” can be hooked up on a wall using a magnetic foundation, allowing the ever-presentContinue reading “All Mod Cons : TV’s New Frontier”
Northwestern University in Chicago has announced results in electric brain treatment that may hold the key to rehabilitating memory disorders stemming from alzheimer’s, aging, brain injury, schizophrenia, stroke and just plain ole’ forgetfulness…Results showed substantial improvement of memory tests after the 3rd day of 20 minute cranial massages for 5 consecutive days using electric impulsesContinue reading “Future Tense: TMS Mind Massage”
The process of additive manufacturing is evolving very quickly and it won’t be long before the everyday consumer really feels the impact. For the moment, the novelty lends itself well to the luxury market, whether it’s a printed CAR, HOUSE or more modestly, the customizable Prada shoe! Clients can soon choose not only heels andContinue reading “3D Printing: The Evolution”
Here’s a quick run down on the new season’s trends as seen at Premiere Vision and parisian forecasters, Nelly Rodi.
With a youthful appeal to 20-30 year olds, this colour announced by Pantone will rejuvenate everything from home-wares like coffee makers to cars and naturally, clothing and accessories with “confidence and a healthy glow”.
Taking a rather novel approach to drones, this prototype for a new breed of tiny flying robots could hail a new chapter in stealth use that mimic the insect world. These “MAVs” (micro aerial vehicles) have been difficult to control and are weighed down but New York University has developed one that is featherweight andContinue reading “The Jelly Moth: Micro Flying Robot”
British Columbia-based Hyperstealth Biotechnology claims to be working on an extraordinary “invisibility cloak” that would render its wearer virtually invisible. Citing security concerns, the camouflage-design company has yet to provide anything beyond mock-ups of the Quantum Stealth cloak, but explained that the fabric works by bending light around a person, enabling them to disappear intoContinue reading “Invisibility Cloak: Hyperstealth”
The mother of all forecasting discusses her latest insights which reveal some very interesting ideas such as: *Everyday Spirituality: Not in a Buddhist mode, but to something that celebrates life on a small, day to day level. *The loss of individual behavior: Collaborative efforts and groupings. Terrace style organization. *The young father: The nurturer whichContinue reading “Mama Li: Lidewij Edelkoort Unplugged”
Google has sold interactive glasses for $1500 (only) during its annual software conference in San Francisco to first adaptors. If all goes well, a less expensive version of the glasses is expected to go on sale for consumers in early 2014. While wearing these glasses, directions to a destination or a text message from aContinue reading “Where’d you get those googles?”