Videos

Connect 2014 Expo Product Launch: Alphega
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Alphega, the world-leading Augmented Reality GeoSocial service, unveiled its new technology in a world-premiere debut at the Connect 2014 Expo in Melbourne, Australia in March, allowing exhibitors, visitors and reporters to test a fully working demonstration on a desktop, a mobile phone and an Augmented Reality smartglasses. In this video, the team behind Alphega, Nubis Technology, present this sci-fi spectacle and how they tackled the obvious privacy concerns arising.
Move over Facebook – This is the future of social media!
  About the Video:
A new technology recognises people's faces and shows you their online social profile floating around their head in the coolest Augmented Reality app. Alphega, the world-leading Augmented Reality GeoSocial service, unveiled its new technology in a world-premiere debut at the Connect 2014 expo in Melbourne, Australia on March, allowing exhibitors, visitors and reporters to test a fully working demonstration on a desktop, a mobile phone and an Augmented Reality smartglasses. In this video, the team behind Alphega, Nubis Technology, present this sci-fi spectacle and how they tackled the obvious privacy concerns arising. The new technology is set to be released as part of Alphega's free app in June, 2014. Stay tuned!
Interview with Shane Murphy, VP & GM, KORE Wireless APAC
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Ahead of Connect 2014, Shane Murphy explores the factors currently causing the rapid growth and demand for M2M technology, the industries currently using M2M technologies the most, how consumers can businesses can effectively apply M2M technology into their daily routine and how M2M technology and connectivity will change in the future.
The Connected Car from AT&T Innovation
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The Connected Car is the next revolution in technology and innovation. Watch as Mazin Gilbert from AT&T Labs discusses how the Connected Car utilises technology like Watson voice recognition software and allows users to stay connected in their car with safety in mind.
The Future of Wearable Technology | Off Book | PBS Digital Studios
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From the Nike Fuelband to Google Glass, consumers are already seeing hints of the future of wearable devices. They have the possibility to make us more knowledgeable about ourselves and our surroundings, and connect us with each other in an uninterrupted, more intimate way.
Future of Connected and Sustainable Cities
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A short film looking at the future of Connected and Sustainable cities.
Healthcare 2025 - A future vision of connected health services for Hitachi
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Healthcare 2025 - A future vision of connected health services. Using the insights gained from research, PDD worked closely with Hitachi to create an inspirational short-film. The narrative of the film was centred on a fictitious family and their interactions with healthcare practitioners and providers in the year 2025.

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Healthcare 2025 - A future vision of connected health services for Hitachi
 

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Google's new director of engineering and futurist Ray Kurzweil, said at the recent Global Future 2045 International Congress held in New York June 14-15, that by 2045 humans would have achieved digital immortality by uploading their minds to computers.

 

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How Ray Kurzweil will help Google make the ultimate brain
 

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Google has always been an artificial intelligence company, so it really shouldn't have been a surprise that Ray Kurzweil, one of the leading scientists in the field, joined the search giant late last year.

 

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3D Robotics' Chris Anderson discusses a drone-filled future
 

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You'll likely miss 3D Robotics on first pass. The company's San Diego R&D facility is headquartered in an unassuming building amongst similarly nondescript offices in a maze of a business park.

 

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