The excitement is building for the 2014 International Consumer Electronics Show that takes place in Las Vegas January 7 – 10. What better source to learn about Product Development and Innovation Training in the News to provide inspiration and motivation. The Washington Post released a teaser of the agenda that will be taking place at the always fascinating showcase, offering a glimpse of what is coming in the future.
The CES in the news
Other well-known publications like USA Today and even the New York Times are anxious to share daily updates about all of the new innovations that have been developed by some of the world’s best creative geniuses. It is always exciting to learn about the new consumer electronic developments that are aimed at making our lives easier and more enjoyable.
What makes a genius tick?
On the topic of geniuses, an interesting piece was published on mydigitalfc.com appropriately title “Brain Waive“, that explained various opinions about ideas and innovation. One professor described it quite clearly stating, “Ideas don’t magically appear in a genius’ head from nowhere. They always build on what came before. Psychologist R Keith Sawyer, author of Explaining Creativity: The Science of Human Innovation, says an idea may seem sudden, but in reality, our minds have actually been working on it all along. It is a chain reaction of many tiny sparks.” This makes it logical that innovation training is very important to develop that thought process and train our minds to cultivate and produce at their best.
The latest innovative ideas for the healthcare industry
The Medcity News is bursting with ideas on recent innovations to improve the healthcare industry. Developers are designing wearable technology including items like the health fitness wristband and smartwatches. What about biodegradable batteries to power smart pills, or the next generation of biodegradable medical devices. “Some scientists and technology companies envision a future where swallowable or implantable electronics could monitor medication compliance or vital signs from inside the body.” Fingerprint recognition technology is already being used in the healthcare industry and for security purposes to control access to electronic devices and even entrances. Apple is in the process of obtaining a patent for smartphones that include a hover touch sensor and heart rate monitor.
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