BikeSafe

trends — thebrainbehind @ 12:45

wearable technology concept for safe bike rides by Nour Chamoun

ASIAN CONSUMER TRENDS F0R 2014

packaging design,trends — thebrainbehind @ 13:18

trendwatching.com's 5 UNMISSABLE ASIAN CONSUMER TRENDS F0R 2014 from trendwatching.com

from trend watching.com

Marco Annunziata: Welcome to the age of the industrial internet

PPT/ cool decks,trends — thebrainbehind @ 13:46

Everyone’s talking about the “Internet of Things,” but what exactly does that mean for our future? In this thoughtful talk, economist Marco Annunziata looks at how technology is transforming the industrial sector, creating machines that can see, feel, sense and react — so they can be operated far more efficiently. Think: airplane parts that send an alert when they need to be serviced, or wind turbines that communicate with one another to generate more electricity. It’s a future with exciting implications for us all.

scary shit

trends — thebrainbehind @ 20:56

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Baby’s First iPad Stand from fisher-price. You weirdos honestly this???? A big thanks @jordanmcgarry for bringing this to my attention

The Most Contagious 2013

PPT/ cool decks,trends — thebrainbehind @ 11:00

The 2013 Most Contagious report has been released download it from here

FACE-O-MAT – Your Face in 3 Minutes!

trends — Tags: — thebrainbehind @ 17:19

Face-o-mat
The social machine out of cardboard creates a humorous interactive experience. It’s an analogue portrait machine with a photo booth principle. The backend of Face-o-mat is covered with reference images to create a facelift. Through the facelift, one can be drawn as an animal hybrid or one can choose to simply get a really nice portrait.
This video shows a summery of Face-o-mat’s tour during Stockholm’s guerrilla design week 2013, which was organized through the platform underverk.in

Kano: A computer anyone can make – simple as Lego

trends — thebrainbehind @ 16:21

A computer and coding kit for all ages, all over the world. Simple as Lego, powered by Pi. Make games, learn code, create the future. Just great A big thanks @ Nassos and Konstantina for bringing this to my attention

Invisible Girlfriend Make Your Friends And Family Think Your Life Is Slightly Less Depressing

trends — thebrainbehind @ 12:32

What would they think of next! Check it out here via buzzfeed

The future of digital

PPT/ cool decks,trends — thebrainbehind @ 14:16

The future of digital from Useful Ideas

Interesting thoughts by Useful Ideas/ Business Insider

The SoDA Report Digital marketing outlook Volume 2, 2013

PPT/ cool decks,trends — thebrainbehind @ 20:24

The SoDA Report (Volume 2, 2013) from SoDA

This edition includes a unique combination of valuable forecasts, inspiring ideas, and truly inventive work created for top brands such as Nike, Burberry, Whole Foods, Lincoln and Lenovo. By SoDa

inFORM – Interacting With a Dynamic Shape Display

trends — thebrainbehind @ 20:30

inFORM is a Dynamic Shape Display that can render 3D content physically. Users can physically interact with digital information. inFORM can also interact with the physical world around us, for example moving objects on the table’s surface. In addition remote participants in a video conference can be displayed physically, allowing for a strong sense of presence and the ability to interact physically at a distance. This work is towards our vision of Radical Atoms, where we can manipulate the physical world as easily as pixels on a screen. From Tangible Media Group

Helpouts by Google

trends — Tags: — thebrainbehind @ 16:24

Helpouts is a new way to get and give personalized help over live video. Google’s goal is simple: help people help each other. It wants to enable everyone, no matter where they are or what time it is, to easily connect with someone who can help. Try it at helpouts.google.com

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