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Hologram Projectors For Your Smartphone Could Be Close | IFLScience

Hologram Projectors For Your Smartphone Could Be Close | IFLScience | Where (Neuro)Science and Future Technologies Meet | Scoop.it
Just in time for the new Star Wars film, it seems the technology from the originals is starting to come true. First it was lightsabers, then prosthetic arms like Luke Skywalker's, and now we're being promised hologram projectors like R2D2 - although maybe not as cute.
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Human-to-human brain interface - UW researcher controls colleague's movement

Human-to-human brain interface - UW researcher controls colleague's movement | Where (Neuro)Science and Future Technologies Meet | Scoop.it
http://www.washington.edu/news/2013/08/27/researcher-controls-colleagues-motions-in-1st-human-brain-to-brain-interface/ University of Washington researchers have performed what they believe is the ...
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Smartphones and facial recognition: focus groups 2.0

Smartphones and facial recognition: focus groups 2.0 | Where (Neuro)Science and Future Technologies Meet | Scoop.it
Frederic Filloux: Coupled to facial imaging, the smartphone could become the ultimate media analytics tool, for evaluating editorial content or measuring the effectiveness of ads. Obviously, there are darker sides.
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No hiding place

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I detect a laid-back personality IN AMERICA alone, people spent $170 billion on “direct marketing”—junk mail of both the physical and electronic...
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Love and Other Drugs | Issue 91 | Philosophy Now

Love and Other Drugs | Issue 91 | Philosophy Now | Where (Neuro)Science and Future Technologies Meet | Scoop.it
Brian D. Earp explains how chemical enhancement could save your marriage.
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University of Georgia stops plant photosynthesis to generate solar power

University of Georgia stops plant photosynthesis to generate solar power | Where (Neuro)Science and Future Technologies Meet | Scoop.it
There's a more efficient way to harvest energy from the backyard than by wiring up hapless critters. Researchers at the University of Georgia have proof:
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Infographic: Brands, Colors and Emotion - Marketing Technology Blog

Infographic: Brands, Colors and Emotion - Marketing Technology Blog | Where (Neuro)Science and Future Technologies Meet | Scoop.it

Scientists have been studying the way we react to colors for many years.   Certain colors make us feel a certain way about something. As long as the  designer knows what these colors and emotions are, the designer can use that  information to help present the business in the right way. These are not hard  and fast rules but smart designers use the information to their clients  advantage. This fun infographic lays out the emotions and qualities that well  known brands like to be known for. The color psychology is only one part of the  puzzle but I think you will agree it is a very important part of  it.

 


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Russ Merz, Ph.D.'s curator insight, May 8, 2013 2:48 PM

Interesting way to classify brands using logo colors and suggesting certain emotional connotations.

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Future Technology in Business in 2020

Future Technology in Business in 2020 | Where (Neuro)Science and Future Technologies Meet | Scoop.it
Great Video of future technology from Microsoft.
An outline of future communications, future business and the mobile worker.

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The far future: tech trends of 2025 - Fox News

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The far future: tech trends of 2025
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Buckle down for the ride. Just when you thought speech-enabled tablets were cool. In the future, your car won't just find a parking spot, it will know where you like to park.
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Tapping into the minds of your audience: The psychology of social media | Econsultancy

Tapping into the minds of your audience: The psychology of social media | Econsultancy | Where (Neuro)Science and Future Technologies Meet | Scoop.it
Many digital marketers make a common error from the outset when planning their content marketing campaigns.
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Scientists Have Figured Out A New Way To Predict Our Decisions

Scientists Have Figured Out A New Way To Predict Our Decisions | Where (Neuro)Science and Future Technologies Meet | Scoop.it
Researchers from CalTech and Stanford have taken a step towards using brain scans to predict the choices people will make.
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Play EyeWire and Contribute to Neuroscience Research at MIT

Play EyeWire and Contribute to Neuroscience Research at MIT | Where (Neuro)Science and Future Technologies Meet | Scoop.it
We've landed on Mars, can grow organs, and even skydive from space, yet we don't even know how many different types of cells there are in the human brain.
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An innovative approach using manpower! 

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RoboRoach Instructions

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Backyard Brains offers a series of exciting and affordable entry‐level Brain Recording Kits that provide the ability for a new user population to learn about the brain!
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Fleshing out some aspects of Microsoft's Xbox One

Fleshing out some aspects of Microsoft's Xbox One | Where (Neuro)Science and Future Technologies Meet | Scoop.it
The debut of Microsoft's Xbox One last week answered some questions about the upcoming successor to the Xbox 360.
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This console could be used for experiments as well.

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Google's Schmidt: The Internet needs a delete button

Google's Schmidt: The Internet needs a delete button | Where (Neuro)Science and Future Technologies Meet | Scoop.it
Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt says mistakes people make when young can haunt them forever. Read this article by Shara Tibken on CNET News.
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“Best Paper” award at IEEE Face & Gesture Recognition Conference | Affectiva

“Best Paper” award at IEEE Face & Gesture Recognition Conference | Affectiva | Where (Neuro)Science and Future Technologies Meet | Scoop.it
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Getting Schooled by a Neuroscience Skeptic (and Coming Back for More)

Getting Schooled by a Neuroscience Skeptic (and Coming Back for More) | Where (Neuro)Science and Future Technologies Meet | Scoop.it
Neuroscience is a promising discipline, but in many ways it’s a victim of its own public relations success. Hardly a day goes by that a story isn’t published in multiple media outlets about a neuroscience discovery.
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The Neuroscience At The Heart Of Learning And Leading

The Neuroscience At The Heart Of Learning And Leading | Where (Neuro)Science and Future Technologies Meet | Scoop.it

NexusEQ Conference on the campus of Harvard University

 

Marco Iacoboni is one of the pioneers in a new area of neuroscience. A few years ago in Parma, Italy, scientists were researching how the brain controls our actions. They accidentally discovered a whole new class of brain cells that seem to be the neural basis of empathy. They called them “mirror neurons” because these cells seemed to map one person’s actions into another’s brain—a kind of imprinting that explains why role models and mentors can be such powerful influences. Since then, Iacoboni and others have found these special neurons in other areas of the brain, and their story has become even more fascinating.

 

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Brain Games that Capture Brain Circuits and What Neuroscience Tells Us about the Self

(Visit: http://www.uctv.tv/) What is the self? Dr. Winston Chiong, Brianne Bettcher and Kate Possin explore what neuroscience tells us about this age old que...

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