sábado, 15 de octubre de 2011

Webinar Recap: How Kids are Envisioning the Future of Content & Technology

Latitude recently completed a multi-phase innovation study, Children’s Future Requests for Computers and the Internet, which was published in collaboration with ReadWriteWeb. The study asked more than 200 kid-innovators across the world, ages 12 and under, to draw the answer to this question: “What would you like your computer or the Internet to do that it can’t do right now?”

You can explore the full findings here:

Part 1: Kids are the Road to Tech Innovation
Part 2: From the Mouths of Babes: The Future of Tech is Robots and Real World Integration
Download the study summary (PDF) here
By and large, kids indicated that they’d like future technology to fulfill three primary functions:

Serve as an extension of themselves, with more fluid and intelligent modes of interaction

Extraído de: http://latd.com/2011/08/10/infographic-3-growing-expectations-for-the-future-of-tech-according-to-kids/

Latitude Webinar - "Unlikely Visionaries: How Kids are Envisioning the Future of Content & Technology" from latddotcom on Vimeo.

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