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John Hanke, head of Google Maps, on augmented reality and ubiquitous computing, smart glasses, wearable computers and skin-mounted sensors.

 

“The idea is that the phone disappears”

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Wearable technology is here to stay and is evolving at an impressive rate, but how far can it go? To find out where this emerging market…

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Craft & Social Media

December 18, 2012

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It’s often said that craft needs to be handled in order to be appreciated, and it remains true that an object that ‘sings’ to us in real life can appear flat and lifeless on screen. But craft…

petabush‘s insight:

you can download Karen Yair’s report on social media for the crafts council here 

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An international team of engineers, physicists, and chemists have created the first fiber-optic solar cell. These fibers are thinner than human hair, flexible, and yet they produce electricity, just like a normal solar cell.

petabush‘s insight:

always looking for power sources for wearables- this one looks interesting if the sun’s out!

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Researchers from Parabon NanoLabs have developed a new drug for combating a lethal brain cancer called glioblastoma multiforme. But what makes this particular drug unique is that it was printed —

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Ponoko Blog…

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