In the run-up to the Accenture Innovation Awards 2013, one of Holland’s leading technology, innovation and design magazines, Bright invited Accenture to visit the first Bright Day event on May 25th at Amsterdam’s Pakhuis de Zwijger. Aimed at Dutch and international innovators and early adopters, the event showcased the latest developments in technology with demonstrations of among others the Google Glass, Leap Motion, Fairphone and Mars One Project.
The Google Glass needs no introduction. As one of the highlights of the event Tim Stevens, editor-in-chief of Engadget, shared his experiences and opinion with the audience and offered 5 visitors the opportunity to get their hands on the game changing glasses. Leap Motion is a true innovation in an 8 cm package. With a wave of a hand or lift of a finger, the Leap Motion Controller turns these motions into computer actions, enabling you to browse the web and interact with your computer just by moving your hands and fingers in the air. The Fairphone is an ethically designed smartphone which began around 2010 as a project designed to highlight the use of conflict minerals in the construction of consumer electronics. Read the rest of this entry »Read the full article