Adidas ZX Flux ‘Xeno Borealis’ Pack
In the last year Adidas kicked of a great looking innovative new look to it’s trainers with the ‘ZX Flux’ light technology, it’s honestly one of our favourite shoes designs probably amongst our futuristic top 5.
This year they’ve come back with a new pack to update the current ZX Flux roster, check it out below:
The pack is out Feb 13, 2016 so go grab a pair we’re positive you won’t be disappointed.
No, that title is not satirical in any way, shape, or form. Google has teamed up with General Assembly to introduce a course in Immersive Android Development, which includes coding classes and lectures from guest speakers who will come in and teach from their expertise on specific portions of the course.
This is an ultra chessmaster move from Google as creating a stream of Android developers allows them to control the quality of those who will one day go on to work on their Android OS making sure they’re given proper training in the topic, it also allows the company to dip into the creativity of the bright new generation who are finding it hard to find work out here.
This is a great opportunity however the course costs over £8,000 and we’re not quite sure when it will be available in the UK as currently it is only available in San Francisco & New York, but if you have a spare £8,000 burning into your pocket then go for it when it comes around this part of the world.
For more information check it here.
If you keep up with pop culture at all then you’ll know that this week everyone has been anticipating a Back To The Future related technological innovation and it seems we finally got one, a pair of self lacing Nike Air Mags. Some people expected a hover-board (still very far away) however the Air Mags are the next best thing because it means no more lace giving you unnecessary grief,hey. They are slated for release in spring 2016 so better start saving your funds now.
Check out the shoes above and leave a comment below.
Google hasn’t stopped since the name change, it has carried on innovating and driving forward to push the limits of mobile phone technology. Google has recently updated it’s Android operating system to Marshmallow, keeping with the dessert and sweets naming initiative. Marshmallow has ton of new features however the biggest is probably it’s ‘Google Now Tap’ feature which allows the phone to google from any app, for example if you’re texting someone about seeing a movie you can use the feature to quickly look up what movies are on in your area as well as times. Could Now Tap be a revolutionary tool for the future?
Only time will tell.
For more information check out this review from The Verge.
Video Via: The Verge
Seems Snapchat’s Recent plan to go big with creating it’s own original content has slowed down as the company has recently shutdown it’s Snap Channel on the discovery tab (if you didn’t know where it was). The channel was introduced last year and even had a few shows ready for it including Vegaraland, a six episode series about Sofia Vegara and her life through the eyes of her son. The channel actually went down some time ago however was expected to return very soon with new features although the news going round is that it might not be back at all as the company is apparently laying off the team that has been put in charge of creating and choosing the new content for it’s channel, so as everything stands snapchat’s future looks grim in terms of original content. Snapchat could just be regrouping in order to change it’s strategy on original content however only time will tell.
With the way start up companies are creating dope ideas the future is bright and as so should be recorded as intricately as possible. Meet the L16 camera, developed by US start up company Light, which has 16 lens and able to take pictures up to 52megapixels, the camera is the same size as a regular camera however when you take a picture with the L16 up to 10 of it’s lenses shoot simultaneously and of the photos taken by the 10 lens the company uses complex algorithms in order to give the shooter the best possible image which is composed out of the best part of all 10 pictures taken.
Of course this innovative device is good news for those with a deep interest in photography and also may lead to a major revolution in selfies however all of this is only possible if you have a spare $1,299 (£846) burning a hole in your pocket right now otherwise if you order after 6 November you better have saved up $1,699 (£1,107) and then your camera would arrive late summer 2016. Just think of how ballerific you’ll look though when it finally arrives.
More information is available here on Light’s website.
Photo Credit: Light