Everyone can enjoy Warsaw

With the rise of the so-called smart cities, visually impaired people can help them live more independently both indoors or in a public space. Equipping a city with internet-connected devices and artificial intelligence can improve services and how they get around, such is the case of Poland’s capital Warsaw,

In this European city the visually impaired are assisted by ‘Virtual Warsaw’, a smart city project in which a network of beacon sensors sends people real-time information about their surroundings to their phone via Bluetooth, including buildings, bus stops and number of arriving trains.

Independence for visually impaired folks

There is also a support system for the visually impaired to feel more independent in public spaces and in the labor market. Trainings, career consultations and internships are just some of the services provided, as well as a helpline to help them navigate the city.

Although still in pilot mode, ‘Virtual Warsaw’ is already increasing the wellbeing for those using it, and governments throughout the world are starting to take notice of such initiatives. Soon, we will see cities implement such technologies for their own and continue to provide their citizens a high-quality lifestyle.

Smart cities are the future

Smart cities are revolutionizing how people live, communicate and interact with their environments. Other example of these cities are Dubai, New York, Singapore and Seoul, and it’s only a matter of time before the list expands all around the world! Wouldn’t you love for your city to be the next smart one?

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If you’re into gorey films, read on!

Rob Zombie - known for his blood-soaked and gory films - has built a collection of horror cult classics for more than 15 years, and on September 16th his new film ‘3 From Hell’ premiered as a follow up to his 2003 film ‘House of 1000 Corpses’ and its 2005 sequel ‘The Devil’s Rejects’. This trilogy centers on the Firefly family, a Charles Manson-inspired homicidal family.

Captain Spaulding is back in full force

Zombie picks up the story of the iconic Captain Spaulding, Baby Firefly and Otis Firefly after surviving a furious shootout with the police and being thrown into prison. But pure evil cannot be contained as they manage to escape and go for a terror ride to hell and back. Other cast members include Danny Trejo as Rondo and Daniel Roebuck as Morris Green.

The director will please old-school horror fans with this movie, as the industrial metal artist-turned underground film director takes inspiration from the 70’s horror films aesthetics and violent plots to build what is now a cult trilogy.

Limited theater releases expected

As it’s been the case with many of Rob Zombie’s releases, ‘3 From Hell’ will get a very limited theater release, in sights of maintaining his underground and cult-following director status - something in which he feels very comfortable at.

If you’re one of the lucky ones to catch an early screening of Zombie’s latest flick, consider yourself a lucky one!

The whole world will gather on Friday July 24th, 2020 to witness the opening ceremony for the 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympics, and this time the goal is to spread a message of environmental sustainability to the world.

Since 2017, the Tokyo Organizing Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games collected small electronic devices from all over Japan to produce the Olympic Medals, and in March 2019 the project was finished. All gold, silver and bronze medals are made out A total of 78,985 tons of metals from recycled and used cell phones, laptops, video game consoles, and cameras!

What makes the project special is the public interest and assistance from Japan’s citizens who powered the creation of the roughly 5000 medals for the Games. In total, around 70 pounds of gold, more than 7,000 pounds of silver and almost 5,000 pounds of bronze were gathered from hundreds of local sources.

Local municipal authorities gathered more than 6 million mobile phones from stores across Japan, and more than 78,000 tons of other small electronic devices. These electronic devices were classified, dismantled and then smelted, where the gold, silver and bronze are extracted to create the medals.

The Committee also looks to establish a theme of resourcefulness for the games and contribute to an environmentally friendly and sustainable society by using recycled household and marine plastic to create podiums for the medal ceremonies. Moreover, the metal that isn’t used in the medals will be used for medals in local competitions in the future.

Are you reading this article from your smartphone? You never know, your own gadget might just be part of a Gold medal in future Olympic games near you!

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What’s going on with everyone’s favorite Apple?

Last week, the tech giant hosted this year’s big “By Innovation Only” event on Sept 10 and unveiled the new generation of iPhones - the 11, 11 Pro and 11Pro Max, a new iPad and the Apple Watch Series 5.

So, what’s new?

All three of Apple’s new iPhones will be available on September 20, and will start at $699 for an iPhone 11 64 GB model. It features a 6.1-inch Liquid Crystal Display, the A13 bionic chipset and 12-megapixel dual cameras on the back. The 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max versions feature three cameras on the back and also include a fast 18-watt power brick charger. The 11 Pro starts at $999 for the 64 GB version and the 11 Pro Max at $1099.

Can I afford any of this?

Yes, you can. Starting at $329, the seventh generation iPad is the most affordable to date and features a 10.2-inch retina display, the advanced A10 Fusion chip and a modern camera and sensors, plus an all-day battery life. This gadget will be available in stores and online on September 30.

What about my time-telling machine?

The all-new Apple Watch Series 5 brings a larger screen and features an always-on display. This won’t eat up your battery, though, as Apple says you can expect an 18-hour charge. The Series 5 is starting at $499 on September 20.

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