Consumer-level virtual reality has been 'the next big thing' for a couple of decades now. Vizeum's Kristian Barnes asks whether it is finally getting close to becoming a reality.
Way back in the last century, 1982 to be precise, a great TV show was launched—Knight Rider. It became famous (or infamous) for two things: one, launching The Hoff as a household name and heartthrob, and ultimately the root cause of BayWatch; and two, the first embodiment of a connected car - KITT (the Knight Industries Two Thousand).
Should I be embarrassed about the ads I'm seeing online, or does someone understand my personality better than I'd care to admit?
What will the advent of natural user interfaces mean for brands?
In the shortest sense, the ‘quantified self’ is self-knowledge through self-tracking with technology, or more interestingly known as ‘body-hacking’.