On this episode of Digital Tendencies Dwell, hosts Greg Nibler and Chris DeGraw focus on the highest tales trending in tech, together with Apple’s AirPods Professional, Google’s bid for Fitbit, Uber Cash, team-building robots, smiling pets, and extra.
We then go to DT Editor-in-Chief Jeremy Kaplan in New York, who speaks with Devon Greco, founder and chief government officer of Narbis, about how the corporate has created eyewear that makes use of a NASA algorithm to encourage focus and focus.
John Velasco additionally joins us from DT’s New York studios to check out what’s new in good dwelling tech, together with good lock opinions, computerized curtains, and a rest room assistant.
Nibler then speaks with Dan Could, director of Portray Apply, Ltd., who labored on the brand new HBO sequence His Darkish Supplies, about how the corporate used real-time results rendering in VR to push filmmaking boundaries.
Lastly, we return to Kaplan, who sits down with Chase Watterson, advertising director at iFit, a patented expertise that allows two-way interactivity between NordicTrack, ProForm, and FreeMotion train gear and its customers.