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Google and NASA’s ‘Quantum Artificial Intelli...

Last May, in partnership with NASA, Google announced the Quantum A.I. Lab, a place where researchers from around the world can experiment with the incredible powers and possibilities of quantum computing. They’re still in the early, early days, but they think quantum computing can help solve some of the world’s most challenging computer s...

The iPhone 6 ‘Infinity’

It all started with a screenshot of Claudio Guglieri. He showed a concept for the Adventurous RSS Reader. Designer Fabio Basile was impressed and took the concept for a ride! And we love it!

The future of CX (Customer eXperience)

A nice short film about how the future of CX can look like....

Welcome to the future of the iPhone ‘iOS 7′ (...

Flat UX is becoming the new standard. So will Apple follow or show us the new future? The folks over at digital agency Simply Zesty have been thinking about what iOS 7, the upcoming new version of Apple’s mobile operating system, will – or should – look like based on the typical rumours and speculation that precede every major Apple eve...

‘Morphees’ phones that morph on demand

Morphees are thin, electronic displays capable of automatically changing shape to perform certain functions. Researchers say that if brought to market, the devices could usher in a new era in mobile computing, breaking down the physical barriers that have traditionally defined smartphones, tablets, and gaming consoles. Scientists in Europ...

The Super Supercapacitor

Ric Kaner set out to find a new way to make graphene, the thinnest and strongest material on earth. What he found was a new way to power the world.

How It Feels through ‘Glass’

Want to see how Glass actually feels? It's surprisingly simple. Say "take a picture" to take a picture. Record what you see, hands free. Even share what you see, live. Directions are right in front of you. Speak to send a message, or translate your voice. Get the notifications that matter most. Ask whatever's on your mind and get answers with...

How ‘Facebook’ should look like

Facebook is by far the largest networking platform around but the design (& UX) still feels old skool (and not in a good way). Then we came across a concept by Fred Nerby. He has s conceptional and systematic design approach encouraging user behaviour and a greater control of data within a responsive grid. So we say: "Mark wake up and hire t...

‘Google Time’ a simply beautiful way to watch

With wearable tech a bit of a buzzphrase right now and talk of a possible Apple/Intel smartwatch doing the rounds, this concept for what a Google watch might look like is right on cue. Using Google’s latest design language, this ‘Google Time’ concept by Adrian Maciburko is a nice idea for a super-simple take on the kinds of feat...

‘hop!’ the following suitcase

Hop is a suitcase that follows the user. Represents the next generation of luggage, the following. The suitcase contains three receivers that are able to receive, identify and triangulate different signals coming from the user's cell phone. A microcontroller interprets these signals calculating the phone's position regarding to the suitcase. The...

‘Lost memories’ a powerful comment on digital...

With a running time of less than three minutes the film Lost Memories makes a powerful comment on digital versus analog living as well as the nature of memories—especially when they are all tweeted, blogged or committed to a digital archive somewhere.

‘Botanicus Interacticus’ the Interactive Plan...

Botanicus Interacticus is a technology for designing highly expressive interactive plants, both living and artificial. Driven by the rapid fusion of computing and living spaces, we take interaction from computing devices and places it in the physical world using livings plants as an interactive medium. Botanicus Interacticus has a number of ...

‘StreetPong’ a Traffic Light Lets You Play Pong

A very modern and amazing traffic crosswalk in central Germany that allows you to play a game of pong with someone on the other side of the street while waiting for the light to change.

‘Sight Systems’ a unique sight on our future

A short futuristic film that show what our world can look like when our eyes are connected to 'TheWorld'. This is a graduation project by Eran May-raz and Daniel Lazo for the Bezaleal academy of arts.

One day with ‘Project Glass’

We’re all well aware of this product and if they do it right it could be as revolutionary for computing as the iPhone was. Google’s ambitions for it include people being able to see the world through your eyes via image and streaming video and also—which is probably the most important one for most of us—providing you with the functionali...

‘Iris’ lets you take a picture by blinking twice

Never worry about adjusting ISO, shutter speed, or aperture when taking pictures again because Iris, a new concept camera from American product designer Mimi Zou, takes pictures of exactly what you see through your eyes. To capture an image, all you have to do is focus on an object through the lens-shaped camera and blink twice. Since her recent...

‘Leap’ represents an entirely new way to inte...

Leap Motion, a San Francisco startup, has created a device ("the Leap") that lets you control your computer just my moving your fingers over it, as if you were using a touchscreen in the air. But you can also use it to manipulate 3-D items as well, like working with a 3-D model or rotating 3-D objects and displays--all without special gloves ...

The Smart Lives of Smart Men: Discussing Today & Tom...

Rather than look to the usual pundits for the same canned responses, we decided to hunt down answers by inviting a group of friends and colleagues to the Royalton Hotel penthouse for an off the cuff conversation over dinner and Macallan to discuss -- with the cameras rolling. How is technology changing the lives of men and the world we live i...

‘Opportune’ scans your Internet activity for ...

This futuristic mobile location-based app concept aim is to create opportunities for people who can help each other without their knowledge in different ways: job search, house for rent, stuff to buy, causes to join, etc. The app scans the users internet activity and finds his "needs", then finds people in the immediate area who can ans...

‘Smart Window’ a touch-controlled interface o...

The Smart Window, currently in prototype phase, casts a touch-controlled interface onto transparent glass with ambient light. Samsung was demonstrating a whole range of applications, from Twitter to Microsoft Office, all touch-controlled and viewable directly on the glass. Images are viewable in daylight, and there's a nighttime mode that uses s...

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