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Posts Categorized: interactive
A US-based tech startup has created a new podcast experience that lets listeners interact with specific moments.
Future-oriented shipbuilding company simulates operations before construction to increase productivity and reduce costs.
A new social robot has been designed to reduce symptoms of anxiety and increase attention levels in kids with autism.
University research project aims to highlight potential dangers of facial analysis technology.
An immersive experience that tells a father and son’s story about coming to terms with dementia.
The technology helps users navigate data by grabbing and interacting with it.
A UK group has presented an innovative concept of hyper-connectivity for the future of shopping centres.
Researchers have integrated sensory electrodes into walls that can sense activity in a room and create additional interactive surfaces.
A scented bus shelter advert introduces the first cookbook by a popular cooking blog team.
A vending machine in Sydney invites people to think about mental health by dispensing consumables for the mind.
Colour-changing tattoos can monitor health using biosensors patterned into the skin.
New series delivers digital entertainment that is personalized to the viewer’s interests.
Researchers have developed a system that projects real-life internal images onto a patient’s body for improved surgical training and preparation.
A new app helps promote the connection between train and subway services and the São Paulo art museum.
A new platform can create a 3D model of any home, with measurements accurate enough for use by contractors and builders.
A new multi-instinctive user interface has various displays and adapts to any space by using natural materials.
A new interactive touchscreen vending machine allows consumers to connect with brands as well as buy.
AI-enabled Woogie answers questions, plays interactive games and has the ability to engage in conversation.
A Belgium-based selling platform has been getting considerable attention for its newly released tool enabling easier product placement within instant messaging.
Interactive tombstone created by a Slovenian company lets you digitally connect with your deceased relatives and loved ones.
Run by Cancer Research UK to raise awareness of the dangers of smoking, the ad invites people to blow into a tube to reveal the poster’s full message.