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Sci-Fi Turns Into Reality


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Webrazzi Summit 2013

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Sci-Fi Turns Into Reality

  1. 1. SCI-FI TURNS INTO REALITY Aras Bilgen @arasb @pozitron
  2. 2. Hi-Tech in 2008
  3. 3. SMART TV is not dead, it is just evolving into a two-screen experience Future smart TVs - a more intuitive experience that accurately reflects the way they watch TV TVs will interact with tablets to find movies, to see what friends are watching and to use favorite apps like Twitter, Facebook. The apps will add to the enjoyment of watching TV by providing player stats, actor bios and behind-the-scene clips.
  4. 4. CONNECTED CARS & HOMES 140 Million connected cars are projected to be on the road globally by 2017 17 percent of the US population is already sold on house connectivity U S E S Alerts you about the weather conditions, fruit and vegetables going bad in your fridge Decreases energy consumption in homes, and carbon emission in cars Act as a surveillance system
  5. 5. DRONES The University of Tokyo developed a way to make integrated circuits from ultrathin plastic films- only 1.2 micrometers thick and as light as a feather. Dominos Pizza delivered pizza with the DomiCopter Not just for military surveillance anymore
  6. 6. 3D PRINTING 3D printing is an additive process, layering material on top of material. USED FIELDS Jewellery, footwear, industrial design, architecture, engineering and construction, automotive, aerospace, medical industries A new way of 3D printing is unveiled by MIT researchers; printing 3D-print objects larger than your 3D printer.
  7. 7. 3D BIOPRINTER 3D Printing is not about printing little toys! Bioprinting, a new branch of 3D printing; enables the creation of human skin, bone and body parts 3D bioprinters improve treatment for patients by producing “The Skin of the Future”.
  8. 8. ELECTRONIC SKINS The University of Tokyo developed a way to make integrated circuits from ultrathin plastic films- only 1.2 micrometers thick and as light as a feather. U S E S Matrix-addressed tactile sensor foils for health care and monitoring, thin-film heaters, temperature and infrared sensors, displays, and organic solar cells
  9. 9. SMART EYEWEAR P R O S Important opportunities in gaming and video, leveraging augmented reality. Can create complementary ad experiences on-screen C O N S They block out the surrounding world Very expensive Privacy Concerns
  10. 10. P R O S Already excels at a variety of applications -from glucose monitoring for diabetics, to tracking the workouts of fitness buffs Significant revenue opportunity for manufacturers and app developers C O N S Battery issues SMART WRISTWEAR
  11. 11. SMART WATCHES P R O S More comfortable than eyewear Some of them have long battery life Cool factor - new popular gadget C O N S We already use our smartphones to show the time. The screen is too small Aesthetic concerns
  12. 12. FLEXIBLE DISPLAYS Screens that can be bent and curved are forecasted to become common within 3 years. The flexible smart watches will offer a different experience than the current offerings.
  13. 13. SMART TEXTILES U S E S Allow continuous biomedical monitoring outside hospitals Monitor heart rate Give directions Identification Detect movement
  14. 14. Million of Device Units Shipped 150 200 250 300100500 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 BI INTELLIGENCE ESTIMATES, ABI RESEARCH, IMS, JUPITER Fitness, Medical and Other Activity Monitors Other Wearables ACTIVITY MONITORS ARE THE LEADING WEARABLES 43 77 111 152 208 59 52 60 46 27
  15. 15. Which one is the next tech revolution? Who will win? Connected Medical Devices Sensor-Enabled Wristwear Augmented Glasses Smart Textiles 0 % 5 % 10 % 15 % 20 % 25 % 30 % 35 % 40 % 45 % BI INTELLIGENCE
  16. 16. I’M IN I’M OUT
  17. 17. THANK YOU @pozitron /pozitronmobile