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Three Digital Marketing Trends for 2014 and Beyond

Three Digital Marketing Trends for 2014 and Beyond | Talking things | Scoop.it

Three important social media marketing trends that we are seeing include always-on marketing, providing creative content marketing and product innovation through social listening, and giving your brand advocates the means to share stories about...


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Ideas & news about Communication between People and Objects. A world where we can talk to everything. ( http://www.intoote.it )
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Hearables – the new Wearables.

Forget wristbands - The Ear is the new Wrist.
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Interesting

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The World Needs A Better Way To Make Decisions Together. Let's Build It!

The World Needs A Better Way To Make Decisions Together. Let's Build It! | Talking things | Scoop.it
We're changing the way the world makes decisions together. Building a tool for truly inclusive decision-making, not majority-rules polling, but actually coming up with solutions that work for everyone.
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2 days left! Donate to change the world!

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Former Google Earth director: AR is growing up

Former Google Earth director: AR is growing up | Talking things | Scoop.it
Augmented reality (AR) is moving beyond its experimentation phase and is getting “down to business”, according to former Google Earth director Dave Lorenzini.
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Wearable ‘neurocam’ records scenes when it detects user interest

Wearable ‘neurocam’ records scenes when it detects user interest | Talking things | Scoop.it

Neurowear, developed the Neurocam, is an augmented iPhone camera that records emotionally significant moments. The camera is activated by the user’s brainwaves as emotions increase neuro activity. Software within the Neurocam judges emotional sensitivities on a scale from 0 to 100, 100 being the most stimulating moment.

With discriminating decision-making software, the camera only begins to record 5 second .gif files when the neuro value exceeds 60. Images are saved with a timestamp and location, so if someone ever asks you “do you remember…” you can interrupt with “yes, let’s watch.


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The Asymptotic Leap's curator insight, February 19, 4:26 PM

The beginning of the end of organic memory?

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A Cambrian Moment - but not just for Startups

A Cambrian Moment - but not just for Startups | Talking things | Scoop.it
A Cambrian explosion of everything is propelling new startups, but also large companies - all driven by the API Economy
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Wearables require a new kind of ecosystem | ZDNet

Wearables require a new kind of ecosystem | ZDNet | Talking things | Scoop.it
In the fast-moving markets of wearables and IoT, it's easy to be dazzled by new technologies. But what's more impressive is a coherent, disruptive business model.
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Robots Can Now Teach Other Robots, Thanks To RoboEarth

Robots Can Now Teach Other Robots, Thanks To RoboEarth | Talking things | Scoop.it
Robots are now learning from each other even tasks that haven't been programmed--a sign that they could soon take on bigger jobs. A demo conducted...

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I agree: robots (or smart talking objects) need a cloud-brain!

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BBC iWonder: Introducing Interactive Guides [A new way to tell stories on the web]

BBC iWonder: Introducing Interactive Guides [A new way to tell stories on the web] | Talking things | Scoop.it

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Andrew Pipes:  "Interactive guides take a different approach to presenting content compared to traditional web articles or TV and radio programmes online. They organise video and audio, rich infographics, written summaries, and activities into stories that make the most of our interactive medium."

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What's the "killer app" for wearables? Think context.

What's the "killer app" for wearables? Think context. | Talking things | Scoop.it
The latest wearables are smart in that they have more capabilities and sensors. That’s not enough for this market to explode beyond predictions though. We need a killer app to separate signal from noise in personal, meaningful ways.
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EmoSPARK: An "artificial intelligence console" that wants to make you happy

EmoSPARK: An "artificial intelligence console" that wants to make you happy | Talking things | Scoop.it

The EmoSpark console is a 90 x 90 x 90 mm (3.5 x 3.5 x 3.5 in) Wi-Fi and Bluetooth enabled cube that interacts with a user’s emotions using a combination of content analysis and face-tracking software. In addition to distinguishing between each member of the household, the device uses custom developed technology that the creator says enables it to differentiate between basic human feelings and create emotion profiles of not just everybody it interacts with, but also itself.


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Interesting experiment of emotion based AI.

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Google Acquires Nest To Conquer The Connected Home Market - PSFK

Google Acquires Nest To Conquer The Connected Home Market - PSFK | Talking things | Scoop.it
The tech giant signed an agreement to buy the connected device company for $3.2 billion.
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Google and Internot of things.

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CES 2014: LG unveils 'talking' washing machines

CES 2014: LG unveils 'talking' washing machines | Talking things | Scoop.it
Appliances respond to texts or human voice with messages such as: 'I'm just finishing the spin cycle, I won't be long'
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The talking machine era is here.

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Will The Large Screen iPad Pro Be Apple's First In A Line Of Desktop Touch Devices?

Will The Large Screen iPad Pro Be Apple's First In A Line Of Desktop Touch Devices? | Talking things | Scoop.it
The popularity of the iPad could finally be paving the way for the redefinition of the desktop computer as a touch device.

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Veronica Nike Pede's curator insight, January 2, 11:59 AM

Probabile!

Jun Kim's curator insight, January 7, 9:51 PM

NO! The district will not be purchasing these anytime soon! 

tammy bailey's curator insight, January 15, 10:45 AM

I definately want one of these!

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8 Digital Tools Every Journalist Should Try | Mediashift | PBS

8 Digital Tools Every Journalist Should Try | Mediashift | PBS | Talking things | Scoop.it
When Charlie Beckett asked me to join the Polis journalism conference this week at the London School of Economics and Political Science, he showed the depth of his university by asking a surprisingly practical journalism question for a school 

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Nice list!

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FIN wearable turns palm into keypad

FIN wearable turns palm into keypad | Talking things | Scoop.it
Wearables have largely revolved around smartglasses and smartwatches, but slowly other wearable items are cropping up, among them being the Bluetooth safety alert jewelry we saw yesterday and, as of late, the crowdfunded FIN ring. This ring functions as a ...
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Augmented reality helmet for soldiers exceeds expectations - E & T Magazine

Augmented reality helmet for soldiers exceeds expectations - E & T Magazine | Talking things | Scoop.it
The Q-Warrior helmet-mounted head-up display for soldiers has performed better than expected in testing, said the systems developer BAE Systems.
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Journalism Will Rise and Fall With Its Communities

Journalism Will Rise and Fall With Its Communities | Talking things | Scoop.it

Creating a sustainable future for journalism will demand an entirely new approach to building community around the news.

Two stories from the past week drive that point home.


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IOTLIST - Discover the Internet of Things

IOTLIST - Discover the Internet of Things | Talking things | Scoop.it
Share IoT ideas, information, news, projects, products, and connect with others. (Nix: Color Sensor http://t.co/RPbrBxbUuN #IOT)
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color sensor!

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'Wearable' book allows reader to feel emotions of characters

'Wearable' book allows reader to feel emotions of characters | Talking things | Scoop.it

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Allan Dale Maurer's curator insight, January 30, 11:24 AM

Don't think it will be replacing my Kindle real soon.

 

Mariale Peñalosa Arguijo's curator insight, January 30, 11:28 AM

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Angel Somers's curator insight, February 1, 11:29 AM

I'm not sure If I am ready for this new literacy model.

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Transparent display could be the key to augmented reality devices

Transparent display could be the key to augmented reality devices | Talking things | Scoop.it
MIT scientists have created a transparent screen using silver nanoparticles for an augmented reality display.
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Internet Of Things: 8 Cost-Cutting Ideas For Government - InformationWeek

Internet Of Things: 8 Cost-Cutting Ideas For Government - InformationWeek | Talking things | Scoop.it
Cisco says tech's new trend darling could mean $4.6 trillion in savings and revenue to governments worldwide during the next 10 years. Examine the ideas.
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Audio Graffiti no. 2 - interactive soundart installation by Zack Settel & Mike Wozniewski

Audio Graffiti is a multi-user sound/music installation that explores new modes of sonic interaction, afforded by the latest in locative technologies. Several mobile users may create and explore a gradually evolving collage of audio graffiti.

 

The piece can be deployed in an outdoor environment (using GPS tracking), or in an indoor space as seen in this video. Equipped with a wireless headset and tracking device, participants can "tag" or "spray" sound on to a real physical wall. We provide several small musical instruments, which can be used along with one's voice, to add sounds to the collaborative musical mix. The installation is seeded with some pre-existing sonic material, which allows participants to synchronize rhythmically, and maintains cohesion over time. All user-contributed sounds slowly fade away, resulting in an ever-evolving musical piece.

 

As users moves about, they also experience a changing sonic perspective of the localized sounds, based on their particular location. Thus, users not only create the audio content, but they also participate actively in the encounter (remixing) of sonic material. Participants who are waiting their turn in the staging area may watch a real-time 3D visualization of the installation, which shows avatars of each player walking amongst virtual sound sources. ...

Zack Settel (sheefa.net/zack/portfolio)
Mike Wozniewski (mikewoz.com) 


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QR Codes help explain the Welsh story - wales.com (blog)

QR Codes help explain the Welsh story - wales.com (blog) | Talking things | Scoop.it
QR Codes help explain the Welsh story
wales.com (blog)
Many people now have smart phones and can use them to access Quick Response (or QR) Codes. HistoryPoint QR code being scanned. QR Codes are helping people to discover facts about Wales.

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Simple but interesting.

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Jarvis Gives Siri Some Steep Competition — Watch Out!

Jarvis Gives Siri Some Steep Competition — Watch Out! | Talking things | Scoop.it
Just when we were really warming up to Siri again (we admit the
Her commentary was pretty endearing), there’s a new voice assistant hitting the market soon that might have us uttering “Siri, who?” in no time.
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EZ Robots are ready to roll ... or walk, or scuttle | GizMag.com

EZ Robots are ready to roll ... or walk, or scuttle | GizMag.com | Talking things | Scoop.it

Ez-Robot, a small company based in Calgary, Canada, is aiming to start a new "revolution" in robotics. The company's new Revolution line is a series of small, hobby-sized robots with modular parts, easy-to-use features, and snap-together mechanics. The line consists of three new robot kits: a humanoid two legged walker, a rover with tracks, and a hexapod, or six-legged spider-bot.

 

Ez-Robot has been around since 2011, making robot controllers, servo motors, and robot control software. Previous products have concentrated on adding functionality to existing items – first by turning radio control toys into robots, and then adding intelligence and additional sensors to off-the-shelf robots like the Roomba and WowWee's Roboquad.

 

The company's three new robots are based around a simple sliding mechanical interface called the "Ez-Bit clip'n'play" technology, which allows chains of servomotors to be attached to create arms, legs, or even pan-tilt mounts for cameras. No tools are required, and all of the parts can be created on a 3D printer, if you have one. Ez-Robot will send you the patterns to make your own components.

 

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