Posts filed under: Future

Since earning my doctorate 15 years ago, many people have asked my advice for how to navigate the waters. While people often have horror stories to tell, I must admit, I have none. In fact, the doctorate was the smoothest...
It’s always interesting to think about what the future will hold. With the changes we see, especially in technology, it should come as no surprise that tools which we use every single day—and possibly have for our entire lives—will be...
How is technology impacting education? What are the possibilities there now or in the very near future? These are questions we often ask. There is probably no more compelling argument than a video showing what could be, either right now...
This video was produced by the New Brunswick (Canada) Department of Education. Its purpose is to stimulate discussion among educators and other public education stakeholders within the province of New Brunswick. The video demonstrates the rapid change in our society...
“Next is Now” depicts the human connections empowered by rapid changes in communications technology both in Canada and around the world. “Next is Now” was produced by Rogers with support from 76design and Thornley Fallis.  ...
What will technology look like in years to come? How will it impact our daily lives? This 5-minute video gives us a snapshot into our possible future. Go here, and then click on “Watch Video.”...
Thanks to Dave Sherman for the comment he left on my past post. If you follow the link, it will take you to a post on Dave’s blog where he had actually posted the same video. In that post, however,...
This demonstration is from Pattie Maes’ lab at MIT. It’s a wearable device with a projector that paves the way for profound interaction with the environment. When we look at how far technology has come in the last 10 years,...