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Android P to get new iPhone ‘X’ style notch design in 2018, says Google

Google’s next Android P update is said to embrace iPhone X style notch design There is no denying that even the top smartphone manufacturers try to copy or clone some of the best smartphone features of its competitors and implement it in their devices so that they can attract more […]

Is The Internet Of Things Dead, Or Is It Growing Up?

R/GA is betting big on the internet of things’ next phase–and it doesn’t involve smart fridges or speakers. Continue reading on Fast Company » GurupriyanGurupriyan is a Software Engineer and a technology enthusiast, he’s been working on the field for the last 6 years. Currently focusing on mobile app development […]

Prototyping UI in Unity Part 2 — Exploring and Customizing the Interface

< Previous: Installing Unity and Creating a Project Since this tutorial series is geared towards designers, I like to compare the Unity interface to design software like Photoshop or Sketch. Comparing helps make the interface more relatable and less complex. First, hide the camera icon in the middle of the Scene by […]

Putting the Empathy in Data

Photo by Julia Guo Michael Horn, Huge’s data-science guru, humanizes raw info through storytelling. Michael Horn is not just a numbers guy. As Huge’s managing director of data science, he does lead the firm’s analytical efforts; his team of 60 gathers and interprets raw info, then use the insights to improve […]

Password Analysis

In late 2016, two databases containing millions of credentials were made public — AntiPublic Combo List and Exploit.in Combo List. These databases contain a combination of usernames/ email addresses and passwords from different online services. BinaryEdge presented me with the chance to do a full analysis on the content of these databases. […]

Transformative Change: conversations with Fritjof Capra

The Systems View of Life as a scientific basis of regeneration On Monday, January 29th, 2018, Gaia Education and Fritjof Capra’s ‘Capra Course’ collaborated in offering a free webinar on ‘Transformative Change, Sustainability and Regeneration’ as part of our recently launched ‘Glocalisers Webinar Series’. I am delighted to have been […]

Dr. Wendy Ju Designs Robots With the ‘Human Factor’

Dr. Ju studies how design affects our interaction with robots so we’re not uncomfortable with that helper android or autonomous car. By Sophia Stuart If we’re going to coexist with our silicon cousins, a deep understanding of how humans interact with machines needs to be explored. This is Dr. Wendy Ju’s […]

Voice Augmented Applications

Principles for Multi-Modal Interfaces On the Watson Cognitive Environments team, we explored ways that Watson could improve human-computer interaction. We built various gesture based interactions using body tracking, spatial input tools and both passive and active voice driven applications. Ultimately, what was actually useful for our target environment was augmenting […]

The Lighting Trinity: 3 Specs You Must Know When Purchasing LED Light Bulbs

Shopping for lighting used to be pretty easy. For most bulbs, you only needed to know the physical shape and the wattage. For something more exotic, you could bring your old bulb to the store and match it with something on the shelf. It’s very easy to purchase the wrong bulb — and […]