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Google Glass ist schon gehackt - Spiegel Online

Google Glass ist schon gehackt - Spiegel Online | New Product Development | Scoop.it
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Google Glass ist schon gehackt
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Dennoch sorgte die Nachricht, dass die Datenbrille Google Glass bereits kurz nach Verteilung der ersten Testexemplare gehackt worden ist, für einigen Wirbel in der Tech-Szene.
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GroupMap - Online Group Brainstorming

GroupMap - Online Group Brainstorming | New Product Development | Scoop.it
Group brainstorming and decision software made easy. Discover why this is the best brainstorming and group decision making software for group mapping!

GroupMap shows you what the group is thinking by combining the views and ideas of individual participants. It provides valuable insight for leading a group, collective learning and effective decision making. Solve a problem, learn together or discover common ground...quickly and effectively.


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Baiba Svenca's curator insight, April 8, 2013 1:03 PM

Group brainstorming application GroupMap lets students and teachers work collaboratively on producing ideas, plans, reflections, revision and exam preparation, case studies, projects etc.

Free account allows to involve 5 participants and create 25 public maps.There are also different paid accounts.  

Watch the tutorial http://www.groupmap.com/tour/ about how to use this tool.

At present GroupMap requires Google Chrome or Safari browsers on your PC, or Safari on your iPad.

Patricia Stitson's curator insight, April 8, 2013 1:20 PM

Worth a look!

Lee Hall's curator insight, April 18, 2013 12:09 PM

Great site for teachers wanting to work collaboratively.

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Virtual Game Helps the Blind Navigate New Environments

Virtual Game Helps the Blind Navigate New Environments | New Product Development | Scoop.it

Researchers in the Department of Ophthalmology at Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary and Harvard Medical School developed a virtual game to help the blind find their way through new surroundings using computer generated layouts of public buildings.

 

Participants can interact with the virtual environment with a keyboard and rather than relying on visual cues, the game uses auditory cues to help orient the player. According to a new report, the team of researchers are looking to incorporate other interfaces and tools such as a Wii remote or joystick.

 

Dr. Lotfi Merabet, a contributor to the study, says the game metaphor allows for open discoveryand a better understanding of layouts compared to participants simply following directions.


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Josué Cardona's curator insight, April 2, 2013 12:03 PM

By adding gaming elements, the researchers found it more effective than simply making an empty virtual map. 

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8 Great Mind Mapping Tools For Effective Brainstorming

8 Great Mind Mapping Tools For Effective Brainstorming | New Product Development | Scoop.it
Defeat your mental blocks with these tried and true tools.

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Baiba Svenca's curator insight, April 11, 2013 12:13 PM

Concise annotations of eight popular mind mapping tools, both free and paid.

 

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The 4 Things You Need to Know to Make Any Business Successful

The 4 Things You Need to Know to Make Any Business Successful | New Product Development | Scoop.it
A big idea, flawless execution and even a strong track record of success aren’t enough to prevail anymore. Unless you can continually create, deliver and capture value in a changing context, you’re toast.
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Next-gen iPad could use new LED backlighting system to cut weight

Next-gen iPad could use new LED backlighting system to cut weight | New Product Development | Scoop.it

Adding to the bevy of rumors surrounding a next-generation iPad release, a report on Thursday says Apple will likely use a modified LED backlight apparatus in a bid to make the 9.7-inch tablet as thin and light as possible.


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