13th December 2012
Our Digital Future
In 2010 more objects went online than humans. In Madrid, iPavement slabs can provide free Wi-Fi, localised info and deals, and Google’s driverless car proved safer than the average American motorist after 300,000 miles of test-drives without a single crash.
Cheeringly, tele-health/tele-care (healthcare provided using an electronic device to communicate) innovations are fashioning mind boggling improvements in remote patient care, and you might already have connected weighing scales or Nike+ gear helping you track your vital stats or sporting goals online.
The Virgin crew have been hitting the road with their Big Red Box – an interactive video booth that popped up in ten towns and cities around the country to hear what you think. They found Martha...