Absolut's digital experiment is an Andy Warhol-inspired mobile game that encourages players to solve disappearance of young girl
Absolut has issued an invitation to U.K. mobile gamers to play Silverpoint, a new mobile iPhone app. At the heart of the iPhone game is a mystery: the disappearance of Chloe. The only way to unlock Chloe’s story and find her is to play the game. The more you play, the more you discover, edging ever closer to the truth.
An iOS app uses the iPhone's compass for an immersive, nostalgic, and highly augmented experience
In 1939, Berenice Abbott‘s book Changing New York, which juxtaposed her street scenes with older ones from Eugène Atget, sparked a nascent interest in New York’s past at a time when people rushed toward the new. Her famous trope of comparing street scenes has been often imitated, but iOS app Déjà Vu takes these homages to a new level. It uses a GPS and sensors to help you match up photos and information with the spot where you’re standing, creating an augmented reality experience.
Bina48 is not so much a sentient robot as "she" is a sensitive one
Bina48 is an android that learns from the mannerisms, beliefs and even memories of Bina Rothblatt. She can hold a conversation with interviewers, and answer questions on social media according to “intelligent, feeling, aware” software.
Calling all creatives: Help people live, work and play better by inspiring progressive solutions and democratizing big data
Imagine if you could collect all the world’s data, understand it, and improve people’s lives by helping them live, work and play better. What would you create? IBM Watson and PSFK are collaborating to explore the future of cognitive computing and want you to dream big and share your best ideas around what could be possible.
Voatz lets people vote from the comfort of their home or work with full biometric security
With presidential elections looming on the horizon it’s likely we’ll see the issue come up about voter registration laws. But rather than even have to go to the polls in the first place, what if we could just vote for our favorite candidate from home? Well, Voatz wants to redefine voting for the 21st century—it lets you vote from your phone.
Designed by Dashbon, Mask piggybacks on the popularity of stereo headphones and the growing success of personal, portable virtual reality. It consists of a visual display that bridges the earpieces of headphones, where a connection to any HDMI cable will play a movie or video game.
Moley Robotics' Robot Chef mimics motions of culinary experts with the use of 129 sensors, 24 joints, and 20 motors
British engineer Mark Oleynik and his team over at Moley Robotics unveiled the world’s first robotic chef last week at the Hanover Messe industrial tradeshow. Mark Oleynik’s goal is to bring the next industrial revolution to the homes of average consumers.
Chhirp will let you upload 12-sec sound clips on Twitter instead of just the traditional 140 characters
The 140 characters limit on Twitter has been translated into 12-second audio clips by a new app called Chhirp. With Chhirp, users will be able to share soundbites instead of just boring old text to eager followers. The Chhirps will be easy to listen to on both the Twitter page and app or on Chhirp’s own newsfeed.
Doodle aims to bridge the cap between what parents want and babies need
Babies and toddlers are a joy but a challenge. One of the biggest challenges is assessing their health and wellness when they’re not yet able to respond informatively to questions about their health and wellness.