To read this weekweek of May 30, 2016
May 31, 2016 | Health, Internet of Things (IoT), Virtual Reality | By Daniel St-Pierre


The sweep of the Internet of Things, garbage cans and all. How ready is the Internet for IoT?. UK court using VR to transport jurors to the scene of the crime. e-health Vancouver. This week’s app…

The sweep of the Internet of Things, garbage cans and all
Who could imagine being wowed by a garbage can? In our age of technological whiz-bang, not much floors us anymore. But I confess, I couldn’t stop thinking about the lowly garbage can. Read the story on Tech Crunch

How ready is the Internet for IoT?
We’re currently witnessing rapidly expanding product launches and sky-high elevated expectations from the emerging deployment of the Internet of Things in both personal and commercial domains. Read the story on Tech Crunch

UK court using VR to transport jurors to the scene of the crime
Using virtual reality to transport viewers to another place or time is on the rise when it comes to gaming and virtual tourism. But a new program in the UK is harnessing the technology to help jurors in criminal cases experience and relate to crime scenes during evidence presentations. Read the story on Mashable


e-health Vancouver
Reimagining Healthcare Delivery in Canada. Canada’s ONLY National e-Health Conference and Tradeshow. June 5-8: e-Health offers proactive top-quality learning, opportunities to network with organizations and people that value quality health information as well as effective integrated system solutions. Read the full story


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