Electronic Sensory Expansion

Originally posted on ShapingTomorrowBlog:
By Dennis Draeger Sensory substitution is a method of replacing the information flow of one sense with that of another sense. The research dates back to the 1960s and has been used in various ways to help people with physical impairments. Biohackers and other researchers have recently adopted these techniques to…

Who Needs Paper?

Originally posted on ShapingTomorrowBlog:
Our latest public trend alert was initially inspired by a post on this blog. The question really is: “who needs paper?” With all the technology in modern life increasingly capable of accomplishing the same functions as paper, paper has become more of a want than a need, but society still wants…