“Innovation & Technology Today” Brings Digital Touch to Hottest Trends in Business: Quarterly Digital Magazine Premieres as a Continuation of The Legacy Series
Denver, CO (PRWEB) July 09, 2013
The two driving forces in American business and ingenuity, innovation and technology, merge together in a most incisive and visually appealing way as Innovative Properties Worldwide, Inc. announces the premiere issue of Innovation & Technology Today.
Innovation & Technology is available on Zinio and Apple Newsstand for desktops and laptop computers, tablets, iPads and smart phones. It combines interviews with top national and international innovators, feature stories on the most dynamic segments of technology and business, and regular departments on the latest news and trends in innovation, technology and communications.
The magazine presentation takes advantage of enhanced, interactive digital publishing. Articles and interviews link to audio, video, photographs and dynamic websites, in addition to the stunning visual design and photography.
We have formed a direct relationship with our readers by presenting Innovation & Technology as an informative, visual conversation, publisher Charles Warner said. "We consider it an honor to cover new innovations in business and beyond, and talk firsthand with industry leaders at the forefront of that change. That's one of the reasons we became actual media partners with events like CEDIA, INPEX, Macworld/iWorld and CEO Space; a global entrepreneurial organization. Why just report on innovation when you can experience it first hand?"
The premiere issue of Innovation & Technology Today focuses on the smart home industry. Since 2010, the smart home design and technology industry has grown from $ 5 billion to $ 15 billion. According to Juniper Networks, the industry will top $ 60 billion in sales in 2016. In the United States, just 3% of residences are outfitted with smart technology, reflecting the growth potential that the magazine covers.
Conversations in the premiere issue include smart home technology innovators John Clements of Mitsubishi Electric, Michael Sykes of Enertia Homes, and Al Choperena of Smartenit. Also interviewed is Brad Adams, the author of "App Nation", which discusses the growing trend of small businesses to produce their own tablet and smartphone apps in a field that has exploded in the past five years.
In addition, Innovation & Technology Today presents recurring department stories on Communications, Social Media, Education, Security, Green Technology, and Women in Technology. The magazine also provides regular updates on new products; for the inaugural issue, guest contributor Chris Voss reviewed the Samsung Galaxy S4 phone. Voss is one of Forbes magazines top 50 Social Media Influencers.
With our departments and new product showcases, we take great care to balance our extended focus on one area such as smart home technology in our premiere issue with the many other fresh developments in innovation and technology, and how they are impacting business and the economy, editor Robert Yehling said.
The Summer 2013 issue of Innovation & Technology Today will expand by 50 percent, reflecting the magazines quickly established popularity among marketing and advertising partners. It will showcase Sports & Medical Technology. The Fall 2013 issue will focus on Energy & Transportation Technology, while in Winter 2013, the second Legacy Series Magazine will focus on Business Innovation while incorporating Innovation & Technology Today in print and digital publication. Advertising and marketing partnerships are available for all three issues to include onsite event marketing.
Innovation & Technology Today is available for subscription on the Zinio and Apple Newsstands as well as at http://www.legacyseriesmagazine.com. It is published by Innovative Properties Worldwide, Inc., headquartered in Denver, CO. with satellite offices in Tampa, FL and San Diego, CA. Curtis Circulation, the largest magazine distributor in the U.S., handles traditional print distribution. IPW, the purveyor of fine titles that focus on progressive living and business, also is a partner with Positive Impact Magazine and Amphibious Media Group.
For more information, contact Charles Warner or Kelsey Elgie at 720-708-4250. The latest updates, iBlogs and promotions and relevant social media campaigns can be followed through Facebook and twitter @legacyseriesmag
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(PRWEB UK) 16 November 2012
On 8th-9th November, Probos will be unveiled at The Museums Association Conference and Exhibition 2012 in Edinburgh. Probos is the worlds first interface that allows museum visitors to virtually touch and examine precious artefacts. Probos, which was designed by Touch & Discover Systems, will be in action in the Cromdale Foyer at the Edinburgh International Conference Centre. The Museums Association Conference is the largest gathering of museums and heritage professionals in Europe with over 1,500 senior staff who use the event to discuss the latest issues, learn about best practice, and meet the worlds leading suppliers and consultants.
Developed with funding from the Stavros Niarchos Foundation and in collaboration with Manchester Museum, Probos has just been unveiled in Manchester Museums redesigned Egyptian Gallery, the Ancient Worlds. It offers a selection of objects from a digitised catalogue which can be explored to reveal their physical qualities, attributes and history. Probos has already been found to be beneficial to blind and visually impaired users and has fascinated trial groups, most especially children. So far, Manchester Museum has digitised three of its artefacts: a Greek jug, dating from circa 500 B.C.; a terracotta bowl, surmounted with hippopotamus figures, dating from circa 5,000 B.C.; and an Egyptian figurine, or Shabti, dating from circa 380 BC.
Using a controller that is held in between the fingertips, the user is encouraged to explore the surfaces, shapes and sounds of ancient objects that are usually inaccessible in glass cases. Haptic technology draws on force feedback to create resistance to touch, tricking the mind into the sensation of touching a real object. , Virtalis a world leader in Virtual Reality (VR) systems, is a stakeholder in the company which has developed the Probos and has also collaborated on its software development alongside Freeform Studios, experts in haptics and digitising objects.
We are deploying a 3D multimedia interface combined with haptics to tell the story of each object and bring a new experience for visitors to the gallery and other venues, said Christopher Dean, director and founder of Touch & Discover Systems. Explorers of the 5,000 year old hippopotamus bowl, for example, can not only feel the hippos, but also the crack that runs along the centre of the bowl. It even sounds cracked when you tap it. something you wouldnt dare do in real life! Ultimately, we hope to digitise objects from collections all over the world, bringing virtual objects within reach of new audiences. We have also developed a portable version of Probos, so museum masterpieces will be able to travel to schools, colleges, universities and remote communities as part of outreach and accessibility programmes.
Stunning New Photos of Mars, Jupiter Hot Spots, Touch-Less Touch Screen, Plus More News as the New Science Today App Announces Updates
New York, NY (PRWEB) March 19, 2013
Science and technology news dominate the world with constant developments, such as one from Purdues C Design lab, Discover Magazine writes. The team developed an image processing algorithm that tracks and interprets hand gestures and motions on any non-screen surface using infrared depth sensors. This was the natural next step in the multitouch arena where the system called the Extended Multitouch, consisting of a computer and projector, along with Microsofts Kinect depth camera, when projected on any flat surface will behave like any multitouch screen.
In other science news, scientists are finally able to determine what causes Jupiters hot spots. The formation of these hot spots was one of the unanswered questions puzzling the scientific community, but due to images from NASAs Cassini spacecraft, scientists have strong evidence supporting a new view that these strata canopys are created by a Rossby wave, a pattern which, interestingly enough, is also seen in the Earths atmosphere.
Science Today curates all of the selected news sources and leverages on a proprietary set of algorithms which filter through the most relevant news content.
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Custom Curated Sources List.
Content articles pulled from individualized customized lists of publications, journalists, institutions and opinion leaders for each subject channel.
Proprietary Algorithm. This App uses a proprietary algorithm to review our content source lists selecting interesting articles, videos and audio content and filtering out items considered of low interest.
Friendly User Interface. The App's user interface is designed to facilitate the efficient review and reading of the content, providing for easy operation and movement throughout.
Current Content Curation. Science Today delivers professional-grade Current News in Science. Including Ecology Nature, Climatology, Biology, Space, Astrophysics, and Material Sciences.
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(PRWEB) February 20, 2013
Leading innovative tech accessory brand, kubxlab, is excited to announce the ampjacket acoustic amplifier case is now available for the iPad mini and iPod touch. Following the launch of the ampjacket for iPhone 5 at CES 2013, the simple to install, lightweight iPad mini and iPod touch cases are the most recent additions to kubxlabs growing line of exciting and distinct Apple accessories.
Featuring a sleek design and an elegant matte finish, kubxlabs ampjacket iPad mini and iPod touch case uses an innovative design that doubles the volume of Apple devices acousticallywithout external power or batteriesfor stylish sound on the go. The ampjackets patent pending audio channels are precisely tuned to guide and amplify sound through the soft-shell TPU case and project it outwardly from the speaker, enhancing volume and clarity. The result is a rich boost in volume that is twice as loud with no power needed!
User experience is the absolute core of our business. Since many Apple users often love multiple devices, were excited to expand our ampjacket line to include cases for the iPad mini and iPod touch, allowing users to pump up the volume on even more of their on-the-go Apple devices.
The acoustic amplifier iPad mini case also boasts an additional design function that easily integrates with with Apples smart cover, allowing the user to stand the case in different ways, but also use the hole in the back as a convenient handle.
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Touch Technology Conference for the Special Needs Community Brought Together App Developers, Therapists, Educators and Parents from Across the U.S. and Canada
St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) September 28, 2012
The conference, entitled Touch Technology Applications for Children with Special Needs, took place Monday and Tuesday, September 17-18 at the Renaissance Hotel at the St. Louis Airport and was created by Behavior Therapist Debra Bryant, BCaBA of St. Louis. Bryant saw the need for the conference over the past year and sought production support from St. Louis Main Events. Bryant states, Through my own clients and practice, I have seen the profound difference that touch technology has made in the lives of children with autism. Touch tablets are wonderful tools that can enhance not only communication, but also learning and leisure for many children with a variety of special needs. The conference was a huge step in app education, and gave professionals and parents an overview of hundreds of apps with endless possibilities for their students and children." Ms. Bryants company ABA Consulting Services LLC served as the title sponsor, and major sponsors included Special Learning Inc. and R.J. Cooper and Associates.
More than 30 exhibitors featured their apps, and included AAC & Communication Enhancing Apps/Devices such as Dynavox, GoTalk, iClick iTalk, Panda Pal Autism Communication System, Prentke Romich Co. Devices, Proloquo2Go, So Much to Say, Sounding Board, Speak for Yourself, Communicating Basic Needs, Speech Buttons, and TouchChat. Speech, Language & Social Skills Apps/Software included Apraxia Cards, Autism Language Learning, Buddy Bear Apps, Eye Contact Trainer, Functional Conversation, Phonology Cards, See.Touch.Learn, Video Sequencing, and Vocalic R Shuffle. Other education enhancing Apps/Software featured were firefly, myHomework, Scan-A-Word, Simplex Spelling Apps, and Spell-A-Word. For Therapy Management Apps/Software, the conference highlighted developers from ABPathfinder, Little App Helpers, and Track & Share, and other apps were featured such as EASe Listening Therapy App Pro, Point-To-Pictures, RadSounds, and Scan-To-Pictures. Readers can find more information and reviews about the apps featured at the conference on the event website at http://www.specialneedstouchtechnology.com.
Attendees not only learned in a hands-on classroom with four sessions every hour, they were also able to visit the exhibit hall and speak one on one with the developers at any time during the conference. The apps were on display, and developers demonstrated the latest touch technology applications for use in therapy, school, home and social settings through live demonstration and videos illustrating the state of the art technology of apps for communication, speech, language, motor skills, social skills, academic skills, and behavioral skills. Some sessions were live-streamed and participants from all over the world took part. A webcast of those sessions is now available and can be purchased by visiting http://www.special-learning.com//Touch_Technology_2012.
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