Innovation

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Oculus Rift does Hollywood

A full-length virtual reality film is on the way. So what does that mean for brands?

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Holy hologram, Bleen!

Is a true holographic projector here? We’ve always wondered what an atomic bomb looked like in 3D.

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Carving machines

Tired of the 3D-printing hype? Meet Carvey, its polar opposite.

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Welcome to the future

Toshiba’s got a humanoid robot that can speak in sign language. Yep, you read that right.

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Curious about the future? Orange has the crystal ball

Go ahead, ask your (wrinkly) #FutureSelf anything using technology built by Jam3 for the telecom company.

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Wearable drone-copter

Admit it – this smartwatch-turned-video-quadrocopter would be perfect to film your next experiential stunt.

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It’s all in the wrist

New tech from Montreal-based Intellitix provides interactive experiences at events.

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MasterCard courts female developers

To help address an industry-wide challenge, the credit card company wants to teach girls to code through a new CSR initiative.

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SKE Labs brings smarts to the kitchen

The tech co is introducing two new products – one that orders online for you, another that tracks what’s in your food.

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Rethinking the tip jar

In our ever-more cashless society, take inspiration from this digital coin mug.

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Slyce announces new partnership

The Toronto image-recognition company is blending its digi tech with Tilly’s offline catalogue.

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Working out wearables

A low-tech perspective on the connected person, lessons for brands from smartphones and other uses for wearables from BBDO’s Paul Reilly.