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MysteryVibe’s Stephanie Alys talks about a pleasurable future

 The MysteryVibe is a snake-shaped vibrator that took the Internet by storm and is still going strong. This week I talked to the co-founder of the company, Stephanie Alys, about the future of pleasure and sextoys. It’s safe to say that this episode of Technotopia is a little NSFW. The future, suggests Alys, will feature smart tools that will help with our sex lives and our relationships.… Read More

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John Biggs

October 18th

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MysteryVibe’s Stephanie Alys talks about a pleasurable future

 The MysteryVibe is a snake-shaped vibrator that took the Internet by storm and is still going strong. This week I talked to the co-founder of the company, Stephanie Alys, about the future of pleasure and sextoys. It’s safe to say that this episode of Technotopia is a little NSFW. The future, suggests Alys, will feature smart tools that will help with our sex lives and our relationships.… Read More

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John Biggs

October 18th

Gadgets

Kristoffer Lawson talks about a future where you zoom into work

 Kristoffer Lawson created one of the coolest things I’ve seen in a while: Solu, the social computer. His tiny device uses a unique UI and UX to allow you to connect with friends and collaborate using an icon-based OS that lets you zoom in and out of work. Lawson and I spoke about the future of computing and how his ideas – and the ideas of other OS thinkers – will change the… Read More

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John Biggs

September 4th

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Kristoffer Lawson talks about a future where you zoom into work

 Kristoffer Lawson created one of the coolest things I’ve seen in a while: Solu, the social computer. His tiny device uses a unique UI and UX to allow you to connect with friends and collaborate using an icon-based OS that lets you zoom in and out of work. Lawson and I spoke about the future of computing and how his ideas – and the ideas of other OS thinkers – will change the… Read More

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John Biggs

September 4th

Gadgets

Autodesk’s Amar Hanspal talks about the future of manufacturing

Amar Hanspal, Senior Vice President, IPG Information Modeling & Platform Product Group, Autodesk Imagine a world where manufacturing is no longer geographically mandated, when you can print custom parts in minutes, and anyone can build anything. That’s the world Amar Hanspal, Autodesk’s SVP or Product, wants to live in. I talked to Hanspal while he was at a future of manufacturing conference and we talked about all of the pitfalls of future manufacturing, the improvements… Read More

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John Biggs

October 17th

Gadgets

Autodesk’s Amar Hanspal talks about the future of manufacturing

Amar Hanspal, Senior Vice President, IPG Information Modeling & Platform Product Group, Autodesk Imagine a world where manufacturing is no longer geographically mandated, when you can print custom parts in minutes, and anyone can build anything. That’s the world Amar Hanspal, Autodesk’s SVP or Product, wants to live in. I talked to Hanspal while he was at a future of manufacturing conference and we talked about all of the pitfalls of future manufacturing, the improvements… Read More

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John Biggs

October 17th

Gadgets

360-degree camera maker Jeffrey Martin talks about what it takes to film for VR

0b7b5dd5c5701577148e91251cbc4d6a_original This week on the Technotopia podcast I interviewed Jeffrey Martin, the creator of 360Cities and the maker of the Sphericam. Martin is a skilled 360-degree camera operator and has created amazing panoramas of cities around the world. “I’ve been working with VR since the days of CRT monitors,” he said and he explained the challenges and changes coming to us thanks to new… Read More

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John Biggs

May 29th

Gadgets

George Lucas, Ken Williams And The Practical Magic Of Pragmatic Visionaries

yodalucasfilm Popular Science was one of my favorite magazines as a teenager. I was amazed by the inventions of mere mortals, and wondered if there was some sort of genetic mutation that allowed a select few to see the future more clearly than the rest of us. Secretly, I hoped to be a visionary someday. Read More

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Jerry Bowerman

October 12th

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The death of Flash continues apace: live video-streaming giant Twitch is the latest major player to

The death of Flash continues apace: live video-streaming giant Twitch is the latest major player to ditch Flash video in favor of HTML5. It’s rolled out new HTML5 player controls to pave the way for a full handover to the video-streaming master race in the (hopefully near) future.

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Chris Mills

July 23rd

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Tumult releases Hype 3 and Hype Professional with new HTML5 physics, responsive design tools

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Tumult, developer of the user-friendly HTML5 web site and animation builder Hype, today announced two major updates to the powerful OS X application.

Hype 3 ($49.99) is a free upgrade for Hype 2 owners, refreshing the app with a new user interface — notably with a Yosemite-matching Light color theme — while making improvements to HTML accessibility, timing functions and timeline adjustments. Using Hype, even amateur designers can create interactive HTML5 web sites that work perfectly on desktop, laptop, tablet, and smartphone screens; no coding is required.

An improved engine for responsive layouts is one of the top features in Hype Professional, which is offered as a $49.99 in-app purchase. The new layout engine lets designers specify breakpoints (such as common screen sizes and orientations) at which the page’s design will change, automatically applying the designer’s pre-determined adjustments to images and text layout.

A physics engine includes collisions and natural movements with adjustable gravity, bounce, friction, density, and air drag. Hype Pro also adds a Dark Yosemite theme and rearrangeable interface, a grid layout system, templates, and a Symbols system to create reusable elements.

Hype 3 and Hype Professional are both available now from the Mac App Store, as well as Tumult’s web site.


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Jeremy Horwitz

March 18th

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