Sculpteo Blog – 8.14.18
What are the keys to success when it comes to innovation? That’s the question experts on the topic try to answer. Innovation teachers, trying to share the best practices with their students, naturally are at the forefront. How can you teach such a complex topic? Which lessons can you learn from it? What’s the link between 3D printing and innovation? We had a chat with Thierry Rayna, professor of innovation management at Polytechnique, a prestigious French engineering school.
Read more: How to teach and manage innovation? The best tips from a Polytechnique professor
Wi-Charge Blog – 8.13.18 (8.11.18)
Smart buildings are smart because they contain a lot of sensors. These sensors collect lots of data and this data is then analyzed to optimize comfort, power consumption and so forth.
Read more: What makes Smart Buildings smart, and how wireless power can help
Seagate Blog – 8.10.18
From Blade Runner to Minority Report to The Man in the High Castle, author Philip K. Dick’s fingerprints are all over contemporary science fiction film and TV. Dick’s enduring inspiration is easy to understand. He tells compelling stories, full of complex characters and dizzying technological what-ifs. He paints plausible visions of the future, animated by big questions. For instance; “What does it mean to be human?”
Source: What’ll It Take to Preserve Our Memory in an Ever-Expanding Datasphere?
Microsoft Stories – 8.10.18 (8.8.18)
1992, scientist and technologist Louis Rosenberg created Virtual Fixtures, one of the first augmented reality systems ever developed. By using a full upper-body exoskeleton, the wearer was able to control two physical robots, while innovative optics aligned the robot arms as an overlay of the user’s own arms.
In the nearly 30 years that followed, technology has advanced considerably, enabling fully immersive “virtual-reality” experiences, as well as “mixed reality”—the result of blending the physical world with the digital world.
REad more: What mixed reality’s amazing new health frontier means for you
Seagate Blog – 8.8.18
Kitty Peters is the founder and chief cinematographer of Atola Visuals, a video production and marketing agency that shoots projects from festival montages to clothing to tech, always striving to capture beauty and tell inspirational stories through the visual medium. Peters grew up in the Chicagoland area and obtained her degree in Cinematography from Columbia College before moving to San Francisco to steep her creative work with its hustle, its breathtaking views, and the newest tech.
Read more: Filmmaker and YouTube Reviewer Kitty Peters Tests Drone Photography Tools that Foster Creativity
Western Digital Blog – 8.6.18
Innovation is the lifeblood of most companies, and at its heart is data. But what’s required to drive innovation? The Office of the CTO at Western Digital discusses open innovation, the RISC-V Foundation and how it can help the company.
Read more: Why Open Innovation is the Bedrock for the Future of Processing