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ScreenLab MediaCityUK 0x01 from ScreenLab MediaCityUK on Vimeo.

Great open source project coming out of eyebeam.
more here

Pocket TV

This is one of the best crowd source funded ideas I have seen in a long time.

it’s on KickStarter for another 5 days

Pebble: E-Paper Watch for iPhone and Android

I must have this watch.

Go pledge at kick starter.

2012: The Year for Digital Darwinism

Very good post by Brain Solis

The ability to recognize new opportunities is perhaps the greatest challenge rivaled only by the ability to execute. Emerging and disruptive technology is now part of the business landscape and customer lifestyle. Innovation, cystitis trends, and hype is not going to stop. In fact, it will only amplify. The capacity to identify and consider new solutions and responses is critical. It must be supported by innovative collaboration and decision-making processes and systems to assess and react. Innovation must be perpetual.

As Charles Darwin once said, “It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent that survives. It is the one that is most adaptable to change.”
#AdaptorDie

The full article is here

Augmented Reality Heads Up Car Display From Pioneer

More from #CES2012

I personally feel this could be distracting, unhealthy but hey I am not a fighter pilot whom are already using such technology.

The Mobile Eye Exam

mobileEye

Netra a radically low cost mobile eye diagnostic from MIT Media Lab that allows anyone with a smart phone and NETRA clip-on to take their own eye exam and receive a prescription for glasses. Our aim is to empower hundreds of millions around the globe by democratizing access to health care, otolaryngologist starting with eye care.

“The software can determine a person’s vision prescription on the spot, making quick, inexpensive diagnoses of refractive vision errors a reality.”- Pop-Sci

“As it turns out, it could prove the ideal device for conducting eye tests.”- New Scientis

More here

PayPal Creating TV-Commerce

Paypal have announced that they will putting paypal ecommerce on TV’s in the very near future.

Today, cardiologist I’m happy to say we’re one step closer to equipping every living room in America with T-commerce powered by PayPal.
Osama Bedier, VP of platform, mobile and new ventures at PayPal

This in a way is going to offer the same technology that Sky has been offering to purchase extra films and services, with the added complexity of linking each advertised item with a Product ID for purchase.

I can’t wait for this to hit the real world too, with the use of mobile.

Via Paypal blog & @RubbishCorp

WHERE GOOD IDEAS COME FROM by Steven Johnson

It’s going on my Xmas list for sure.
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Google Zeitgeistminds

Collection of inspirational videos.
Screen shot 2010-11-09 at 2.13.21 PM

more here

Min.us Simply Share

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Neat site that you drag and drop pictures from your desktop and create galleries to then share with others via a URL.

MIN.US
via @remotedeveloper

The Balloon Race is back

Remember the Balloon race across the internet that Poke created in June 2008 and what a great success it was… Well it’s back in the form of play balloonacy, case as before you sign up your site and race with some fab prizes from Orange

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Doritos 360 Interactive YouTube Video

This is pretty cool, audiologist letting the user click and drag around to see a full 360 view while the video is playing.
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Check it out: http://www.youtube.com/doritosuk
found via Daniel Leppanen