July 12, 2024

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Justin Wren, an Unlikely Champion

If there is one thing Americans love, it is the comeback story. Winning can be boring, but winning after failing elicits something very primal in our nature. But life isn’t

Dan Carlin Talks Hardcore History

The podcast has forever disrupted traditional radio and how people get information in general. Perusing iTunes leads one to the conclusion that there is a podcast for every conceivable genre,

3 Trends To Watch For In VR Gaming

  The arrival of virtual reality headsets in 2016 has defined much of the year in gaming. Toward the beginning of the year we previewed the rise of these powerful

Social Media Brownie Points

We need to have a conversation about the endless political/social commentary petitions that fill our social media feeds. Enough is enough. We get it. You care deeply about [insert social

The Heart of the City

It’s clear that Cleveland has transformed in the last decade, in ways that have fundamentally changed the city. Before reading this section, you may have thought of the city as

Terrence Malick’s New Film: Voyage of Time

Innovation & Tech Today sat down with Dr. Andrew Knoll, the Fisher Professor of Natural History at Harvard University, to discuss his collaboration with legendary film director Terrence Malick. He is

An Academic Robin Hood

A Russian researcher recently pulled off one of the largest ever heists. But she wasn’t stealing diamonds or priceless art; rather she stole academic knowledge and gave it away free

Cody Wilson 3D Prints the Gun

Cody Wilson has been called the most dangerous man on the Internet. Depending on who you talk to, he is an irrational zealot who proliferates untraceable guns, or he is

Can a Real Iron Man Sing “Ironman”?

It may be a surprise for music fans who enjoy the predominantly human profession of singing and instrumentation to discover the very real surge in robotic performers. Partially-automated music-making machines

play anywhere

Xbox Goes All In With Play Anywhere

Covering the insanity that is E3 means that sometimes interesting news can get lost in the shuffle.  Between big-name title releases and virtual reality headsets, it’s easy to lose track

Drones, Innovation & Tech Today

Drone Delivery Arrives With Flirtey

For the first time, a successful, Federal Aviation Administration approved, drone delivery in an urban environment has taken place and it’s causing a stir across the technology world. The most

Jen Lewin Sits Down to Discuss Art & Technology

Internationally renowned light and interactive sculptor Jen Lewin’s most famous work is The Pool, a giant installation of interactive circular pods that produce colored light when stepped (or jumped, or

Veterans Day Freebies 2015

By Peter Gietl Here at Innovation & Tech Today, we are excited to offer a Veterans Day special for the men and women who have given us so much. It’s

Anarchy Currencies: The Bitcoin

Bitcoin is the first, but not last, of a growing list of alternate forms of money that are as mysterious and intriguing as they are controversial By Peter Gietl A

BMW i3 Electric

Innovation & Tech Today recently spent some time at the Denver Auto Show, and we saw some really cool innovations occurring in the automotive industry. One of the most intriguing

Justin Wren, an Unlikely Champion

If there is one thing Americans love, it is the comeback story. Winning can be boring, but winning after failing elicits something very primal in our nature. But life isn’t

Dan Carlin Talks Hardcore History

The podcast has forever disrupted traditional radio and how people get information in general. Perusing iTunes leads one to the conclusion that there is a podcast for every conceivable genre,

3 Trends To Watch For In VR Gaming

  The arrival of virtual reality headsets in 2016 has defined much of the year in gaming. Toward the beginning of the year we previewed the rise of these powerful

Social Media Brownie Points

We need to have a conversation about the endless political/social commentary petitions that fill our social media feeds. Enough is enough. We get it. You care deeply about [insert social

The Heart of the City

It’s clear that Cleveland has transformed in the last decade, in ways that have fundamentally changed the city. Before reading this section, you may have thought of the city as

Terrence Malick’s New Film: Voyage of Time

Innovation & Tech Today sat down with Dr. Andrew Knoll, the Fisher Professor of Natural History at Harvard University, to discuss his collaboration with legendary film director Terrence Malick. He is

An Academic Robin Hood

A Russian researcher recently pulled off one of the largest ever heists. But she wasn’t stealing diamonds or priceless art; rather she stole academic knowledge and gave it away free

Cody Wilson 3D Prints the Gun

Cody Wilson has been called the most dangerous man on the Internet. Depending on who you talk to, he is an irrational zealot who proliferates untraceable guns, or he is

Can a Real Iron Man Sing “Ironman”?

It may be a surprise for music fans who enjoy the predominantly human profession of singing and instrumentation to discover the very real surge in robotic performers. Partially-automated music-making machines

play anywhere

Xbox Goes All In With Play Anywhere

Covering the insanity that is E3 means that sometimes interesting news can get lost in the shuffle.  Between big-name title releases and virtual reality headsets, it’s easy to lose track

Drones, Innovation & Tech Today

Drone Delivery Arrives With Flirtey

For the first time, a successful, Federal Aviation Administration approved, drone delivery in an urban environment has taken place and it’s causing a stir across the technology world. The most

Jen Lewin Sits Down to Discuss Art & Technology

Internationally renowned light and interactive sculptor Jen Lewin’s most famous work is The Pool, a giant installation of interactive circular pods that produce colored light when stepped (or jumped, or

Veterans Day Freebies 2015

By Peter Gietl Here at Innovation & Tech Today, we are excited to offer a Veterans Day special for the men and women who have given us so much. It’s

Anarchy Currencies: The Bitcoin

Bitcoin is the first, but not last, of a growing list of alternate forms of money that are as mysterious and intriguing as they are controversial By Peter Gietl A

BMW i3 Electric

Innovation & Tech Today recently spent some time at the Denver Auto Show, and we saw some really cool innovations occurring in the automotive industry. One of the most intriguing

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