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Archaeology: Early signs of human presence in Australia

6 days agoAcademics : Nature

It emerges that people reached Australia earlier than was thought. This finding casts light on the technology used by the travellers, and their possible interactions with animal species that became extinct. See Article p.306

Chongqing travel notes

1. Especially outside the immediate center of town, it feels as if something wacky is always happening.  Someone is screaming, backslapping, bumping fists, or screaming while backslapping and bumping fists.  Interactions appear to be...Show More Summary

Immerse yourself in the Seven Kingdoms at in-the-works 'Game of Thrones' exhibition

“Game of Thrones” fans, it’s not just the HBO series that’s coming up. Sure, long-awaited Season 7 will return starting Sunday. But there’s also an interactive “Thrones” traveling exhibition in the works that’s set to debut in fall. Visitors will be able to travel to the mythical lands of Westeros...

How AI will radically alter all your travel plans

“I’ve re-routed you to Denver, John. Enjoy your flight!” This message is not going to happen anytime soon, at least if the way most chatbots and voicebots work today is any indication. In the shift from highly interactive texting paradigms — you tell a bot what you want, and it parses what you say and […]

A Man Walks Around New York City for 10 Hours Kicking a Soccer Ball and Interacting With Strangers

2 weeks agoHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

David Dominguez and Zach Ellman created a video where David spent 10 hours walking around New York City while kicking a soccer ball during his travels. David featured numerous clips of strangers on the streets interacting with him during his adventure, demonstrating their passion for the game of soccer. Show More Summary

'Game of Thrones' hits the road with traveling exhibition - CNET

2 weeks agoTechnology : CNET: News

The HBO series goes all rock star with a global tour of props, set decor and costumes in an interactive exhibition that evokes Westeros and Essos.

Vtech Trot & Travel Royal Carriage {Video Review}

Vtech's Go! Go! Smart Friends collection is a great way for kids to engage in classic and interactive play. Designed around their Magic Point technology, the characters are able to come to life through music and and fun phrases. The post Vtech Trot & Travel Royal Carriage {Video Review} appeared first on Growing Your Baby.

Scripps Networks Interactive Joins FuboTV Line Up

Add Scripps Networks Interactive to the list of programming services playing ball with sports-oriented live streaming service fuboTV. On July 1, fubo Premier subscribers will receive HGTV, Food Network, and Travel Channel as part of what the companies call a “multi-year carriage agreement.” It will include access to live linear feeds. Show More Summary

Understand languages from around the world with uTalk for under $30

Our global community only continues to get smaller. As communication improves, travel distances become more manageable and international cultures interact and merge with each other, the boundaries of language are becoming one of the last big hurdles to a more connected world. Show More Summary

Are you visiting L.A. or a local looking for a day out? Check out the Discover L.A. app

Here’s a travel app that focuses on Los Angeles neighborhoods of interest to visitors as well as local residents looking for a great day out. Name: Discover L.A. app What it does: The interactive app points travelers to local events and the best places to stay or eat. Build your own “Passport”...

Archaeologist teams up with computer vision experts to match prehistoric pottery

Cutting-edge computer vision technology could help unlock the mystery of how people interacted and traveled in the Southeast more than 1,500 years ago.

Last Day of June Points and Clicks Its Way into Your Heart

505 Games and game developer Ovosonico have teamed up to debut Last Day of June -- an interactive game about love, loss, grief with a little time travel thrown in for good measure.

This DIY interactive globe helps you quickly browse your travel photos

One of the biggest advantages of mobile photography for me is geotagging. An iPhone has been my go-to location scouting camera for about the past five years now. In an instant I can bring up a map of the world. Then scroll through it to find my images and where I shot them. Show More Summary

Banned From the US? There's a Robot for That

At the world's biggest human-computer interaction conference, researchers threatened by Trump's travel ban use telepresence robots to bridge the divide.

Tipping etiquette matters, get it right! New interactive map

Tipping etiquette is a fundamental part of travel and one that invokes a wide range of emotion amongst travelers.  It is a socio-cultural behavior that we grow up with, becomes second nature and takes a conscious effort to change or adapt. I broke the Tipping etiquette I grew up in India of the 90’s where […]

Banned From the US? There’s a Robot for That

At the world's biggest human-computer interaction conference, researchers threatened by Trump's travel ban use telepresence robots to bridge the divide. The post Banned From the US? There's a Robot for That appeared first on WIRED.

Join Team TARDIS With New ‘Doctor Who’ Skype Bot

3 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Geek.com

Finally, the chance to travel with the Doctor. Skype and BBC Worldwide this week launched the Doctor Who Bot, opening the doors to the TARDIS with interactive game “The Saviour of Time.” Fans […] The post Join Team TARDIS With New ‘Doctor Who’ Skype Bot appeared first on Geek.com.

An Adorable Visit to Japan’s Famous Rabbit Island

3 months agoHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

The filmmakers of Beat Down Boogie traveled to the famous Japanese island of Okunoshima, known more colloquially as Rabbit Island (Usagi Jima), and captured the adorable animals at play, at rest and interacting with people of all ages. Show More Summary

Now Anyone Can Travel To The Heart Of North Korea (And Not End Up In a Prison Camp)

Ryan Pickrell Security, Asia Thanks to technology.  A Swedish startup has created the world’s first interactive virtual reality model of North Korea’s capital, Pyongyang. North Korea is one of the most exotic travel destinations in the world, but visiting has its risks. Show More Summary

How well travelled are YOU compared to the Queen?

A new interactive map lets you pitch yourself against a number of travel icons, including David Attenborough, Bear Grylls, Karl Pilkington and the British Queen.

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