The carefully selected press clippings and resources in this section have been chosen to provide a clear sense of both the forest and the trees in the landscape of emerging technology. Included are not only information about the technologies themselves but also clues to the context within which they are developed and used. New ideas, experimental projects, challenges and trends, substantive research, views on the future, and more, are discussed in the articles here. Eight categories of curated content provide both the latest news and the most important seminal works related to the technologies that have been studied in the Horizon Project.

blogs.kqed.org

Putting the World In Their Hands: Augmented Reality in the Classroom: ... Observing the tactile changes within the “glassroom,” students are moving away from the tablets’ ...

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10 New Technologies You Should Know About: This infographic looks at ten milestone developments from this past year that will be important in our lives for years to come. ...

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forbes.com

The High-Tech Headband That Can Make Your Stressed Brain Happy Again: ... Muse is wearable technology, but it doesn’t create mind-blowing experiences. Just the opposite. ...

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Homey is a new system that lets you control your devices with your voice.: Dutch start-up Athom recently launched a Kickstarter campaign for their product, Homey, a new home automation ...

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edtechmagazine.com

'Signglasses': New Glass App Augments Visual Learning for Deaf Students: ... A group at Brigham Young University has been hard at work on "Signglasses," a special app that ...

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They're No Google Glass, But These Epson Specs Offer A Different Take On Smart Glasses: ... This article describes a new set of augmented reality glasses from Epson called Moverio. ...

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Wearable tech can be implanted in brains, thanks to new power technique: ... A breakthrough in wireless technology could allow a new wave of health tracking tools that can be ...

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pewinternet.org

U.S. Views of Technology and the Future: A new national survey by The Pew Research Center asked Americans about a wide range of potential ...

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technologyreview.com

Using Ultrasound to Feel Virtual Objects: ... A startup called Ultrahaptics aims to make gesture control and virtual reality more engaging by ...

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