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Visiting the Dutch Technology Week in Eindhoven

Step into the house of the future, have a unique look at a the screens of a traffic center and visit the world’s smartest area in the world: the High Tech Campus. This year’s Dutch Technology Week was yet another inventive, creative and ingenious wee...

Kevin Kelly about the “Emerging Virtual-Cloud”

Kevin Kelly shared his vision of the future and upcoming developments at Europe's biggest technology event: The Next Web Conference. What may we expect, what will our world look like, and how will VR and AR be involved? In the future, everything w...

Augmented Reality Mural Encourages Young People to Vote

Elections times are exciting times. With good reason. Aside from which party will lead the majority of the votes, it’s also about the overall voter turnout. There’s a clear gap in the elections turnout in terms of age. In the build-up to the election...

Realistic simulation explores consequences of risky behavior among teenagers

Smoking has been a stubborn part of our society for thousands of years. Research after research concludes that smoking isn’t particularly good for your own health, and also affects those around you. The World Health Organization even claims that “The...

Virtual reality game distracts burn victims from “excruciating pain”

Virtual reality is mostly known for immersive entertainment, e-learning and education purposes. But this versatile tool can bring so much more to the table. It’s also been used as a replacement for non-medication treatment. For example the treatment ...

Always wondered what it’s like to die and go to heaven? Beijing’s biggest funeral home got you covered.

While the funeral industry isn’t particularly known for being inventive and high-tech-minded, some companies decide to swim against the conventional current. Beijing’s biggest funeral home, named Babaoshan, is among those. They held an open house whe...
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