Category Archives: wearable

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Drop the i, keep the photos

iPhoto is dead. Let’s celebrate. For a company that has build so much on or around photography, Apple took too much time to kill the ugly beast in its mist. With the release of “Photos”, the company finally turns the page on what was probably a shameful oversight in development. The release of Photos clearly signals  that Apple is going to take the photo bull by its two horns and dedicate itself to creating the best seamless experience for its users across platforms. After all,…

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10 Questions to a founder : Fetch

 Object recognition  might be one of hottest sector of computer vision  but one company decided that it can wait to be solved. Instead of a battery of computers trying to figure out what is in the picture you just took, it is a battery of human beings that powers Fetch. The goal ? Making your mobile shopping experience as easy as having your own personal 24/7/365 assistant.  Here’s their intro video : We sat down with founder and ceo Tom Hadfield so he could tell…

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Behind the curtains of Apple’s annoucement

         Apple has mastered the art of hiding its shortcomings by using the magician trick of attention distraction. Larger screen, faster processor, better camera, all are features Apple presented as extraordinary while already in the market in various Android phones. Same with the watch. What Apple did not release, for example, is the ability to multi function : Not to have to close apps to use other apps. Sure, it is an OS feature but still something that puts the iPhone way…

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15 quotes from LDV Vision Summit you might have missed

Like during any great summit,  there was a lot of valuable information to take in during the LDV Vision Summit. Here are some noteworthy  quotes to remember for those who were there and those who weren’t :    “Big players will struggle to keep up in some fields as technology investments that are 5 years old will become obsolete ”  Jan Erik Solem, Mapillary “Visual communication is so much more efficient and fast than verbal communication, it is obvious that one day it will become…

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Questions for a founder : Narrative

Even our cell phones cameras could one day be replaced by new tools which will make the process of taking picture even easier and less disruptive. Narrative, with its wearable camera, is in the process of disrupting everything we thought we knew about photography. We caught up with its co-founder and CEO Martin Källström so we could find out what the immediate future holds. Martin will be speaking  at the LDV Vision Summit on June 4 in New York But first, a little intro/explanation video :…

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