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Robert Scoble is an American blogger, technical evangelist, and author. Scoble is best known for his blog, Scobleizer, which came to prominence during his tenure as a technology evangelist at Microsoft. He later worked for Fast Company as a video blogger, and then Rackspace and the Rackspace sponsored community site Building 43 promoting breakthrough technology and startups.
He currently works for Upload VR — a new media site covering virtual and augmented reality — as its entrepreneur in residence, where he develops new shows, events, and works with other entrepreneurs in the Upload Collective, a coworking space for virtual reality-focused startups.
Fragments Game on Microsoft Hololens
Robert’s Challenge; Get VR. Use it to connect with others. If you don’t, you’ll be out of business.
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If you liked this interview, check out episode 118 with Kevin Kelly where we discuss the inevitable forces that will shape our future or episode 111 with Kash Dhanda where we discuss virtual reality and building a digital marketing agency.
What will the future of wearable tech look like? You should probably ask Paulo Santos. He is developing technology to give runners feedback on their running form
Paulo has a Degree in Computer Sciences applied to Management from University Portucalense (Porto, Portugal) and a Master in Innovation and Technological Entrepreneurship from University of Porto. He has started until now 5 different companies. Presently, he is the CEO of Kinematix a company based in Porto, Portugal) and Austin, Texas that develops innovative wearable devices.
Kinematix has spent the past eight years fine tuning its expertise around the movement of the human body. The company is dedicated to giving people a way to obtain meaningful information about their body movements, and turning that information into tangible actions that will improve their health on a daily basis. At Kinematix, moving better makes sense!
Paulo’s Challenge; Spend more time helping those in need. We need more creativity to be applied to these problems.
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If you liked this interview, check out episode 47 with Avi Geller where we discuss the future of wearable and hearable technology.