“Do Not Touch” is Dead

Putting my finger on what’s been missing. To be clear, I have a massive appreciation for art, but unfortunately have always found myself bored in silent, delicate museums with old paintings limited to a dull color palette. When I discovered … Read More

Control The Plot Of The Movie With Your Mind

When I was a kid I loved those “choose your own adventure” books. You know the ones: Turn to page 8 if you think Bobby should get on the boat with the pirate. Don’t trust him? Turn to page 12. … Read More

Face Scanning For Gender Biased Advertising

Science fiction is becoming fact, faster than you may think. It seems a children’s charity called Plan UK has a campaign, called “Because I Am a Girl,” to benefit female education in 3rd World countries. The ad will include a … Read More

PepsiCo’s Vending Machines Get Social

Pepsi has just launched a “next generation” social vending machine.  We’ve noticed touchscreen vending machines lately but this takes it to another level of interaction. “Using digital technology, PepsiCo’s Social Vending System enables any user to gift a friend by … Read More

Hi-Tech Multi-Tasking Mirror

Pop Up Lifestyle™ says “Meet me where I am” and quite often that means having products and services convenient to you when you are out and about.

Well the Cybertecture® Mirror meets you when you’re getting ready to go out. … Read More

Choose Your Own Adventure 2.0

Remember choose your own adventure books? You know, the ones that make you the star (and if you screw up you just backpedal a few pages)? Well, the popularity of the style may be lost to all but nostalgia and Goosebumps collectors. But why wouldn’t the concept work now? Ok, let me restate that; why wouldn’t it work with social media? … Read More

Maps of the Fallen

On Memorial Day, Google engineer Sean Askay released the “Map of the Fallen”, an Interactive map that uses Google Earth 5.0 to show the locations of the birth and death of each of the 5700 US servicemen and women that … Read More