As ever more sophisticated household appliances come onto the market and consumers become ever more reliant on technology for a helping hand in everyday life, homes are getting smarter.
Most of the tools we and other organizations use to make workplace design decisions today are based on static, point-in time data.
Configura, maker of CET Designer software, announces free November webinars with CET Designer instructors.
“When you put on Spatial, they are in the room with you. It feels like they’re all sitting at the table, and they feel like they’ve been teleported into the space with you.”
Technology researcher Gartner has highlighted the top strategic technology trends it believes organisations should be aware of in 2019.
Toronto firm WZMH Architects, the designers that built the city’s iconic CN Tower, believes that a concept for new, green “plug-and-play” infrastructure will usher the architecture and construction industry into the 21st century.
Microsoft let me sit in on the rehearsal for its futuristic “meetings of the future” demo in Orlando. Here’s what I learned.
Robot furniture is happening. This is the single greatest thing to happen to humanity ever, the robots told us to say.
This desk changes with your mood. A new project from MIT Media Lab, Mediated Atmosphere, seeks to improve productivity and happiness at work through design, technology, and psychology.
Employers, and the design firms they hire, are collecting reams of data about how employees use their workspaces.
There may in fact be dozens of things that change about the workplace of the near future as VR is implemented to streamline practices and improve atmospheres.
Mobile tech means that employees now spend less time at their desks than they used to, and much of the time, they are moving in and out of the office, relying on their smartphone to stay in touch with their work.
Innovant and Dutch wireless charger manufacturer, ZENS have exclusively partnered together to launch, HotDesk, an innovative, ground-breaking new product that is operated via smartphone technology.
Munich event highlights how the workplace and technology can help people reach their creative potential.
These workplace transformations are being fueled by high-tech, fast growth companies, along with a younger generation that demands technology tools to allow them to work anytime, anywhere, 24/7 as efficiently as possible.
From smart building management systems to wearable gadgets that encourage regular movement, today’s workers increasingly inhabit a new kind of workplace, optimized by technology to enhance productivity, health and wellbeing.
Brooklyn lighting designers Rich Brilliant Willing has teamed up with manufacturer OLEDworks to develop a futuristic, bendable lighting panel.