Alv.io: Tackling Asthma With Gamified Tracking
Issue 16 | November 19, 2014
Up until now, self-tracking systems—hardware like Fitbit, apps like RunKeeper—have been designed for “mostly” healthy people, collecting “mostly” useful information about themselves. For various reasons, these...
What’s Important About Where?
Issue 15 | September 3, 2014
What does it mean to be “present” in a physical place? If we can experience an event more vividly or more completely at home, mediated by technology, then what does it mean to say, "I was there?" Sooner or later...
The Future of Advertising Isn’t Big Data. It’s Earned Data.
Issue 13 | June 4, 2014
In the future, ads will need data, but data will not need ads. For a business that sells creativity, advertising has shown a startling failure of imagination aboutits future. The prevailing opinion seems to be that the...
Is SXSWi Still Relevant?
Issue 12 | April 9, 2014
Over the past seven years, SXSW Interactive has earned the reputation as a launchpad for startups. Twitter, Foursquare, and MakerBot have all been breakout stars of the annual conference, but over the past few years,...
The Connected Future is Now
Issue 11 | March 3, 2014
The FutureVision team is thrilled to announce the eleventh issue of the FutureVision Magazine, The Connected Future is Now. Launching at SXSW, the edition addresses the rapidly evolving and interconnected fields of...
Football Will Save The Planet
Issue 10 | February 5, 2014
Thirty years ago Apple chose media’s largest stage, the Super Bowl, to introduce the world to the Macintosh computer with the now famous ‘1984’ commercial. And in 2014, Apple celebrated the Mac’s anniversary with...