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Innovation & Tech Today

Innovation & Tech Today Fall 2018

The leading publication for cutting edge, innovative technologies and those individuals driving the industry forward, Innovation & Tech Today is committed to featuring fascinating stories, products, and people across a plethora of industries. From education, engineering, photography, and smart fabrics, to wearables, the latest in smart home technology, business innovations, and so much more, our team of experts and journalists celebrate passion for innovation driving economic growth forward. With a different theme and special contributors every quarter, I&TT offers something for everyone. Whether your interests lie in sustainability and clean energy, innovations in businesses and their strategies, the latest sports and medical technology, or home automation technology, Innovation & Tech Today is your tech magazine.

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Innovative Properties Worldwide, Inc.
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transformation

“Throughout the years, we’ve seen our publication change, featuring new writers, fresh perspectives, and a great number of forward-thinking personalities.” As fall is a time of change, this season’s edition of Innovation & Tech Today is a reflection of transformation. Throughout the years, we’ve seen our publication change, featuring new writers, fresh perspectives, and a great number of forward-thinking personalities. We’ve gained new readers, expanded to new events, and seen massive creative and professional growth. A perfect reflection of this theme is our cover star Olivia Munn, who has experienced an immense transformation throughout her career. While she started out hosting the popular gaming program Attack of the Show!, Munn’s trajectory has led her to big-screen roles and complex scientific interests. The star of the newest film in the Predator franchise and…

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since last issue

SHOUT OUTS FROM GARY VEE Our Summer 2018 issue featured the illustrious talent and insights of motivator and entrepreneur Gary Vaynerchuk. The “King of Crushing It” shared behind-the-scenes footage of his interview with his loyal fans on social media and even cleared room on his mantle for a framed copy of Innovation & Tech Today. INCUBATING INNOVATION AT THE NATIONAL RENEWABLE ENERGY LABORATORY When given the opportunity to tour the facilities that house the world’s largest supercomputer, take it! The I&T Today team scored an exclusive look at the amazing tech being developed at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) in Golden, Colorado. We spoke with program coordinator Trish Cozart to learn how NREL teamed with Wells Fargo to create IN2, a massive startup funding program devoted entirely to renewable and sustainable commercial…

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event wrap-ups

Green Sports Alliance A celebration of sports culture and sustainability, Green Sports Alliance highlights the importance of recycling, renewable energy usage, and other environmentally conscious practices with organizations such as college conferences and sports leagues. This year’s event had a collection of accomplished keynote speakers, such as Atlanta Falcons owner Arthur M. Blank, Captain Planet Foundation Chairperson Laura Turner Seydel, and City of Atlanta Director of Sustainability John R. Seydel. Additionally, many former athletes made speaking appearances, such as former NBA player Mark Davis and MMA fighter James Wilks. E3 2018 The largest video game event in the world, E3 is best known for its massive gaming setups and big reveals. And the 2018 event was no different. With blockbuster games such as Kingdom Hearts 3, Assassins Creed Odyssey, and Super Smash Bros.…

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by the numbers

Home automation is no longer a fad, it’s an expectation. With 81 percent of home buyers saying that they’re more likely to purchase a home with smart technology already in place (according to the 2016 Coldwell Banker Real Estate Smart Home Buyer Marketplace Survey), smart home devices don’t just add convenience, they add value. With that in mind, we’re diving deep into the statistics that show that this trend is here to stay. In 2013 there were 2.4 million wireless lightbulbs and lamps. That number is expected to grow to over 100 million by 2020. In 2013, 23 million cars were connected to the internet. That number is expected to grow to 152 million by 2020. Forecast value of the global smart home automation market in 2013 and 2020 (in billions) SMART HOME USERS…

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quick bytes

Rodent Regret Sometimes a decision is made that should not have been made (I’m looking at you, weekend in Cabo). Perhaps there was a better decision, one that wouldn’t fill you with woeful self-loathing whenever you think about it. Humans in particular demonstrate a strong desire to avoid feeling regret. It seems humans are not the only species to feel this way, as a recent study bluntly titled “Mice Learn to Avoid Regret” found that mice can also hate themselves for their ill-conceived failings. Further, they make decisions to avoid future scenarios that may induce regret. This is the first time the behavior has been observed in nonhuman studies. As one researcher stated, “We separated principal commitment decisions from secondary reevaluation decisions across space and time and found evidence for regret-like behaviors…

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designing for equality

Generating more than 70 billion dollars a year, mobile gaming is an undoubtedly lucrative industry. Its portability and accessibility draws a diverse audience, with women making up more than 60 percent of users. Despite the statistics, the majority of games developed for mobile platforms are still marketed to men. First person shooter and role playing games continue to dominate the market despite numerous studies indicating women are more inclined to play games in the puzzle or casino genres. According to game analytics company deltaDNA, a female-focused game “has a much greater chance of being profitable than a male-focused one.” Women are more likely to make in-game purchases, making them 44 percent more profitable to the mobile gaming market than men. This revelation led us to seek out the insights of Kate Gorman,…