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Visual storytelling verbindt, emotioneert & inspireert [video]

Binnen Explanimators ben ik verantwoordelijk voor alle commerciele shizzle zodat het team zich kan focussen op het maken van mooie uitlegfilmpjes.

Eventmarketing: zo verander je de experience met beacons

De wereld van live communicatie en corporate events is voor veel marketing- en communicatieprofessionals zoals jij misschien niet de belangrijkste …

Virtual Reality: The Next Big Trend in Wedding Videography

Who doesn’t love a wedding video? Whether it’s a month after your celebration or on your 10-year anniversary, there’s no better way to revisit key …

Hoe communiceren ‘dingen’ in the Internet of Things?

Het gebruik van internet is in de afgelopen jaren gewijzigd van informatie publiceren tot interactie tussen mensen. De volgende fase die het internet …

Hoe chatbots & virtual assistants in 2017 definitief doorbreken

Jarno Duursma is trendwatcher op het gebied van technologische trends. Spreker en auteur van boeken over o.a. Blockchain en kunstmatige …

How Netflix Uses Analytics To Select Movies, Create Content, & Make Multimillion Dollar Decisions

In 2006 Netflix announced the Netflix Prize, a competition for creating an algorithm that would “substantially improve the accuracy of predictions …

Beacons zijn het nieuwe bluetooth marketing

Er is iets geweldig aan de digitale sector. En tegelijk iets frustrerend. Er duikt wel elke maand een nieuwe technologie op waar we alle hoop voor …

Valve employee surprises girlfriend, turns tech demo into virtual reality marriage proposal

Kelly Tortorice was already having a pretty special day: unlike the rest of us, she was at Valve's Headquarters in Bellevue, WA, testing out some pretty nifty unreleased virtual reality technology. But in between painting with fire, exploring the Alps, and wandering through an sunken ship, …

Use Virtual Reality to Visualize Your Home Renovation

It doesn't matter whether you're looking at a back-of-the-napkin sketch, architectural floor plans, or even a fancy HGTV-style 3D rendering. The …

The Gigantic List of Augmented Reality Use Cases

Everyone says that augmented reality (AR) will be bigger than virtual reality (VR): analysts, investors, technologists, and futurists alike. But …

Virtual reality will change the way we discover things

<i>This post was written by Adam Singolda, the founder and CEO of Taboola.</i><p>Innovation is necessary for growth. As the saying goes, "If you're not moving forward, you're going backward." And nowhere is this truer than in digital.<p>Over the past 20 years, people's relationship with information has changed …

Augmented Reality

How virtual reality is about to take you to Pearl Harbor and the Berlin Wall

If you're like most Americans, you probably learned about Pearl Harbor from a textbook or by watching a film about the surprise attack in 1941 against U.S. naval forces.<p>But now, visitors to a Washington-area museum can experience a measure of what it was really like to be at the scene.<p>Standing amid …

Why VR? The top 6 reasons to embrace virtual reality

1. VR has captured the popular imagination for a long time – and it's finally delivering<p>Excitement for virtual reality came to its first crest when …

Party Like an Art Star Under This Mind-Bending Virtual Dome in Miami

Artsy x Soundcloud were behind the multi-sensory bash in Mid-Beach.<p>Inside 's white geodesic dome on the coast of Mid-Beach in Miami, and created a communal audiovisual art experience that couples music with reconfigured VR imaging technology. In partnership with GUCCI, the exhibition combines the …

Tesla Looks To Include Augmented Reality In Future Cars

The rumor mills have been up and running. Speculation surrounding the work Tesla has done on augmented reality (AR) just got more semblance of …

Tesla

Is big data really the future of marketing?

Marketing data is evolving: from the generic to the specific; from market trends to individual habits and from historic actions to real-time …

Marketing

WhatsApp deelt in Europa voorlopig geen gebruikersdata meer met Facebook

WhatsApp werd eind oktober door de Europese Privacy waakhonden al gesommeerd om te stoppen met het delen van gebruik(er)sdata van de chat dienst met …

Construction giant Skanska will use drones and big data to improve safety on site

A machine-learning platform will analyze visual and sound data from construction sites<p>Real estate is having its Big Data moment. There’s the new MIT lab experimenting with data-driven cities, Chicago’s rollout of sensors generating block-by-block data, and now one of the world’s biggest …

Smart sleeve warns you of impending forearm injuries

Wouldn't it be great if you could know that you're about to injure yourself moments before you actually do? A pair of students out of Rice University believe that they've developed a wearable that can do just that. Ziel's M2 Sleeve is a prototype device that's designed for baseball pitchers to …

Drones are delivering blood to hospitals in Rwanda

In Rwanda, transporting critical medicine and blood can be difficult if the patient is in a remote location. Heavy downpours can wash out the roads, and local hospitals are often too small to stock everything their doctors might need. Now, the Rwandan government is side-stepping the problem with a …

Medicine

Smart sensor helps you brew the perfect cup of tea

Given the quantity of gadgets specifically designed to brew the perfect coffee, it's easy to think the tech world hates tea. Thankfully, 42Tea's new brewing sensor is designed to let people get as snobby about chai as most people do when arguing the merits of Arabica versus Robusta. The device is a …

Meet Gate, the Smartest Lock on the Market

With the universal popularity of the smartphones, and the growing implementation of the Internet of Things, smart locks have become a hot product in …

Smart Homes

Singapore is striving to be the world's first 'smart city'

There are few places better positioned to become a "smart city" than Singapore.<p>That's an easy statement to justify. Singapore is an island city-state just 30 miles across that has been governed by the same party for decades. Putting the implied democratic flaws to one side, the geography and …

Smart Cities

These 2 tech companies are working to protect the Internet of Things

The Internet of Things (IoT), which consists of wearables, smart appliances, connected cars, and other gadgets, is widely hyped as the "next big thing" in technology.<p>Networking giant Cisco estimates that the number of connected devices worldwide will double from 25 billion in 2015 to 50 billion in …

Want to read your dog's mind? Japan's boom in weird wearable tech

<b>(CNN) —</b> What do Discman, Tamagotchi, and Game Boy have in common?<p>They're all landmark Japanese inventions from the 80s and 90s, symbols of an era when the Asian nation was a world leader in tech innovation.<p>But with the rise of Silicon Valley, and American tech giants such as Google and Apple, has …

Wearable Tech

We May Have an IoT Problem on Our Hands

The Internet of Things (IoT) -- which connects wearables, smart home appliances, and other devices to the internet -- has been widely hyped as the next big growth market by tech companies. <b>Intel</b> (NASDAQ: INTC) claims that thenumber of connected devices will surge from 15 billion in 2015 to 200 …