Can you believe a human jaw was made from a 3D printer for a 83 year old women? What is the concept of “Flipped Classrooms” all about. Stay tuned to find out on Waves of Tech. Also, make sure to head over to CES 2012 to find our ever expanding coverage.
Welcome to Waves of Tech! We are glad to provide you with the latest from Steve, Dave, and Jim. After you are done listening to this episode, be sure to head over to CES 2012 for hours of CES content. This includes floor interviews, floor demos of products, hours of live in-booth broadcasts, and so much more!
Dave and Steve provide their experiences and analysis of CES 2012. What was innovative, what were some of the disappointments? Find out as we talk you though the entire week of CES 2012.
What effect solar storms has on our communication lines, Chevy’s plan to introduce itself into the social media discussion, and debate the reality of iPads actually helping students learn classroom material.
After a brief absent while we covered the incredible adventure known as CES 2012 in Las Vegas, we are back to bring we more discuss on how technology is changing our lives. This week, we talk about Google’s ability to track flu symptoms and pass that information along to health care providers. Also, we dive into the developing reality of e-textbooks and what that means for students, school districts, and parents
Episode 118 is packed with more tech news and how tech is influencing our lives. This week we preview our visit to CES 2012 in Las Vegas, discuss the predicted top gadgets of 2012, and throw in some conversation about photography in the digital era.