Analogue vs Digital Memory Game
You cannot imagine living without your smartphone, laptop, tablet or Internet? You think vinyl is cool because it’s retro? You presume there is no difference between a handwritten love letter and a Whatsapp message? Think again, digital native!
If you were born after the general introduction of digital technology you were too young to experience the revolutionary transition from analogue to digital. But for people of the analogue generation, the digital has been a shock .
The new Analogue vs Digital Memory Game explores the different ways of seeing, thinking and experiencing across the digital divide. Play with the 30 pairs of images and discover the multifaceted relationship between the digital!
MyWebwill Dead Before its Subscribers
Nowadays we live a large part of our lives online, but what happens to our digital identity after we are gone? Five years ago we wrote about a tech startup that serves your online wishes after dead. The company MyWebwill helped you to manage your digital afterlife. Unfortunately the company itself has now deceased.
Listening to Wi-Fi
Modern technologies can give deaf people the ability to hear again. With hearing aid people who lost their hearing can instantly hear the lost sounds again they were missing. Frank Swain was one of these people who retrieved their hearing again, thanks to this. Not only can he hear all the regular sounds around us, but also the invisible Wi-Fi signals.
Japanese people use to turn to technology for solutions to many of the issues of life, and now death too.
In Japan, a crowded country with a fast-ageing society, there is a shortage of final resting places, especially in the big cities. With a population expected to shrink by nearly 30 million people over the next 50 years, the funerals and graves market is very alive. The Ruriden cemetery, in Tokyo, is a hi-tech solution – multi-storey graveyards.
The Evolution Of The Desk 1980 – 2014
Over the past decades, objects that normally used to surround us became more and more virtual, radically changing the aspect of our workplace.
A team from Harvard Innovation Lab envisioned the impact of technology on our everyday life, creating a metamorphosis of the desktop through the last 35 years. Cluttered worktables full of tangible tools turned into a clean minimal space.