The release of the much talked about the new James Bond movie, No Time To Die, has been delayed until April 2021. That delay might have been the last straw for Cineworld, the owner of Regal Cinemas (500 locations in the U.S.), is for now shuttering its operations in the U.S. and U.K. The Pandemic has only … Continue reading The future of movie theaters is in your face!
We are all rightfully preoccupied with the pandemic that we have not started to notice that the future outlined in science fiction stories has begun to arrive in bits and pieces. There was a time when the world would turn its eyes towards Silicon Valley to find what’s next. But these days, the vision of … Continue reading Living inside patchwork Future
Philip Rosedale, creator of Second Life and founder of True Ventures-backed VR startup, HiFidelity in a provocative blog post points to many shortcomings of the current generation of virtual reality head-mounted displays and why a lot has to change for these to become a device that is commonplace. Read the post.
Rollable Television. Foldable Television. MicroLED TVs. Modular TV. Big TV. Bigger and Bigger TV. It is CES time, and it doesn’t surprise me that all the major consumer electronics players are talking about televisions (amongst other things.) I mean what can bring more oohs-and-aahs than television screens with high definition video in a dark room filled with media needing to file something — anything. But the question is for how long we will need this big screen? And what will Apple do about it?Continue reading “What’s the future of TV? (& what can Apple do about it)”