Augmented Reality is changing the face of hospitality from rooms to activities, from tours to booking systems. Here’s how AR is being used
Fulldome UK 2014 offers a dome full of futuristic art, sound and other immersive digital art technologies
Joe Hounsham of Plymouth University’s Digital Art and Technology programme has breathed new life into a 30’s typewriter, creating a social network tool
When it comes to driving and tyres metaphors don’t always work, which is why Michelin has set up its Road Usage Lab, to uncover driving truths
Adobe set the creative challenge of making a poster come to life
Technology is a great tool for empowerment. Take Mary Kom’s First Female Fight Club in India, for example, set up with the help of Vodafone Firsts
We’re always on the look-out for the next technological development that can enhance creativity – could Dave’s chicken fit the bill?
Zoe Salmon and Matt Edmondson face O2 challenges as they demonstrated O2’s fab new app TU Go. They were also spreading a bit of good at the same time.
Smart phones are pushing the boundaries of technology, let alone camera technology. Take the Sony Xperia Z1, for example
Home cinema has become even more exciting with Sony’s 4K TV range – they’ve even got tech from the space race!
In 2004 Sam Taylor-Wood turned a sleeping footballer into a work of art, many teenagers – and older – also demonstrate their artistry in sleep. And now the ibis hotel chain has creating Sleep Art!