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Disney and Carnegie Mellon is redefining Big Data with EM-Sense.

Disney and Carnegie Mellon is redefining Big Data with EM-Sense.

We’ve all grown up hearing and experiencing the “Magic of Disney”, but what does that really mean? Well thanks to their latest magic companies will know everything and we mean everything about you, like what you’re holding in your hands at this very moment. No cameras, drones, or stalkers required, basically just a smartwatch with some cool software. It’s called EM-Sense, developed by scientists at Disney Research and Carnegie Mellon University. So the question you should be asking yourself right now is “What the heck is Disney up to”? It seems like they are getting involved in every possible piece of technology, small, large, simple to super complex. But why? Not too long ago we wrote about their augmented reality coloring tech and their application of Li-Fi. Now they appear to be moving into stranger realms. A research paper was recently presented at a user interface software and technology symposium and it basically explained our bodies conduct electro-magnetic signals and this conduction can be easily measured. It also turns out that objects produce distinctive EM signals as well. By using the body as an antenna and software to filter the signals, EM-Sense has shown it is possible to discriminate reliably…

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Strap, Wearable Technology and the Future of Marketing.

Strap, Wearable Technology and the Future of Marketing.

Steve Caldwell’s wife bought him a Pebble smartwatch for Christmas in 2013. “Being a geek at heart, I started writing apps for it,” he said, which led to “thinking through things like app monetization for wearable developers and ad networks for wearables.” Months after that fateful day, he and his mobile software-development partners had formed Strap and were accepted into Cincinnati’s marketing-focused accelerator The Brandery. By late last year, they’d attracted $1.25 million in venture funding. In August, Mondelez, one of the world’s largest snack company publicly awarded Strap a pilot with Trident gum and the Kum & Go convenience store chain, which expects the result to be running in the chain’s app within 30 days. iOs8 (jobs in IOS) launched HealthKit, an iPhone app that tracks steps, calorie burn and sleep, Mr. Caldwell believes there is a lot more to this than just giving rewards for meeting your daily step goal. He feels that biometric data could legitimately help shape marketing, all using anonymized databases and opt-in programs. The basic premise behind Strap is “you are what you do,” as opposed to “you are what you tweet or post,” said Strap co-founder and Chief Operating Officer Patrick Henshaw. That…

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Do you believe in Ghosts? What will it mean to merge Visual and Acoustic Holograms?

Do you believe in Ghosts? What will it mean to merge visual and acoustic holograms?

Imagine today is your College graduation, you’ve struggled, emotionally, and academically to get to this point. You’ve always wished mom could be there to see it happen but she passed away during your High School senior year. You walk up to the podium as they call your name and your mother appears before you just like you remember, she tells you she loves you and that she is very proud of you, then she hands you your diploma, which you take from her and she proceeds to give you a hug that feels electric, warm and firm. You are in awe, she fades away and then you proceed to your seat as the next graduate replaces you at the podium. Weird? No, not at all. All of the technology to resurrect the past and give them physical characteristics and capabilities is being implemented as you read this. There has been a leap in progress on a thing called tractor beams, you may have heard the term used in Science Fiction like Star Wars or Star Trek, but believe it or not the science has actually made the concept of transporting objects with precision through a medium with the use of…

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What’s the Programmatic Hype about Start Up HYPR

What's the Programmatic Hype about Start Up HYPR

Looking for a job is very competitive. If you are only applying to jobs online you will encounter substantial competition. At MediaJobs.com our objective is to make it as easy as possible to find a job at a great company and with the least amount of competition. At MediaJobs.com we have established our mission of Finding the Great Companies First. In keeping with our mission we have created this interview series with some of the newest startups in the New York City market area.   We encourage you to learn about some of the newest companies and think about what might be a good fit for you. What is the name and location of your company and who are the founders? The company’s name is HYPR and we are located at 250 Greenwich st, Manhattan, NYC (7TH World Trade Center). The founders are Gil Eyal (CEO) and Guy Tamir (CTO). How did the idea for your start-up come about? After doing over 100 deals with celebrities and social influencers while working at Mobli, our founder, Gil Eyal, decided to do something about the biggest challenge he faced when dealing in the space. Every other form of advertising was supported by data…

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Discover how Start Up 24symbols is changing the world of online digital books.

Discover how Start Up 24symbols is changing the world of online digital books.

Looking for a job is very competitive. If you are only applying to jobs online you will encounter substantial competition. At MediaJobs.com our objective is to make it as easy as possible to find a job at a great company and with the least amount of competition. At MediaJobs.com we have established our mission of Finding the Great Companies First. In keeping with our mission we have created this interview series with some of the newest startups in the New York City market area.   We encourage you to learn about some of the newest companies and think about what might be a good fit for you. What is the name and location of your company and who are the founders? 24symbols, a subscription service for ebooks,  was built in Madrid, Spain by four founders with technical and marketing/sales background. How did the idea for your start-up come about? We the founders worked at a B2B startup and were thinking of a moonlighting project related to publishing. As we thought more about it, the idea of a “spotify for ebooks” started to gain traction. When, in January 2010, Apple introduced the first iPad, we knew this was an endeavor worth trying….

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