Form better teeth-cleaning techniques using technology developed by hygiene giant's call to third party developers
Good oral hygiene is important to a healthy lifestyle, but spending an extended period making sure those pearly whites live up to the name is not always easy. Oral-B is doing their best to make the process easy, fun, and technologically savvy. Their latest innovation to their toothbrush is to allow third party developers to create apps for it, even utilizing a smart mirror to help people brush better.
Contextually-driven data and live transportation updates let users navigate the world more accurately
Apps and brands develop features that offer the greatest user experience, but often fail to address the potential needs of disabled users. Google Ability, a conceptual platform to reinvent the navigation system for the blind, wants to create tools that result in more inclusive interfaces for everyone.
Dew VR Snow puts viewers into the bindings of their favorite winter athletes
Contrary to seasonal logic, March is a favorite month for skiing and snowboarding—the snow is packed, skies are clear, and the weather’s mild enough to shed your heaviest layers. Don’t have the time to travel to your nearest mountain range this month? With help from Mountain Dew, you’ll still be able to shred some powder in the Dew VR Snow virtual reality experience.
Video and audio clips share technology and culture news in under 30 seconds
Where do you get your daily dose of innovation? Perhaps you read through a newsletter or skim some articles on the way to work or refresh your RSS feed while waiting for coffee. While these channels inform you about the day’s happenings, they might leave out—or provide too much—information.
RealLoud earphones promise rich sound you'll enjoy today and well into tomorrow
Writing as a journalist in his 40s who listened to a lot of heavy metal in his youth, this reporter has to admit that mom was right: blasting loud music into your ears through headphones today will give you hearing loss later on in your life.
Educational game proves that even wild animals' bottoms are instructional, both on paper and onscreen
Now available for iOS and Android, TailsUp! is a new game from the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA) that quizzes kids on animals’ backsides, and aims “to get to the bottom of animal extinction.”