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In this photo from Humans of New York, an Argentine man is captured on camera b/c his father live-streamed a visit to Times Square. Technology connects us across time & space!

People watching by proxy. Tear up, laugh, be amazed.and try to be like this photographer, look at everyone and maybe ask them their story. Humans of New York

This is a great way to showcase the launch of the MAS museum in Antwerp, a digital "live tour"

Take a live phygital tour in MAS museum in Antwerp

Australopithecus: Pictured is a skull and a list of bullet points about Australopithecus. ''southern ape.'' It appeared in Africa about 4-5 million years ago. It stood upright and walked on two legs. Its brain was about one-third the size of a humans. The skull is brownish color with eye sockets and a nose socket. Credit: © Pascal Goetgheluck/Photo Researchers, Inc.

Hominids and Early Humans Later groups of hominids appeared about 3 million years ago. As time passed they became more like modern humans.

How Oculus Rift is impacting travel - Tech Insider

Watch as couples (just married at New York City Hall) experience a virtual honeymoon via Marriott Hotels virtual travel experience.

Check out the iBand, playing all music from a combo of iPads, iPhones and tablets! Perfect way to feature new age technology and hype up your audience at your next event!

Check out the iBand, playing all music from a combo of iPads, iPhones and tablets! Perfect way to feature new age technology and hype up your audience at your next event!

RoboToaster | TECHWEEK CHICAGO

RoboToaster | TECHWEEK CHICAGO

Hyundai: Times Square Game Hyundai took over one of the most famous screens in New York to allow people to play a racing game by downloading an app and controlling the car wirelessly through their mobile phone.

Hyundai: Times Square Game

Hyundai have created the world’s largest iPhone controlled racing game in New York’s Times Square.

Journalists Under Fire: Reporting from Mexico’s Drug War, featuring the upcoming @POV doc “Reportero,” brings to light the dangerous situation for reporters in Mexico.

Journalists Under Fire: Reporting from Mexico’s Drug War, featuring the upcoming doc “Reportero,” brings to light the dangerous situation for reporters in Mexico.

Bill Nye, Neil DeGrasse Tyson, Fred Rogers, Carl Sagan, and Bob Ross

: ) We need more people like this - Bill Nye, Neil DeGrasse Tyson, Fred Rogers, Carl Sagan, and Bob Ross

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