On this episode of Digital Trends Live, hosts Greg Nibler and Chris DeGraw discuss the top stories trending in tech, including Apple’s AirPods Pro, Google’s bid for Fitbit, Uber Money, team-building robots, smiling pets, and more.
We then go to DT Editor-in-Chief Jeremy Kaplan in New York, who speaks with Devon Greco, founder and chief executive officer of Narbis, about how the company has created eyewear that uses a NASA algorithm to encourage focus and concentration.
John Velasco also joins us from DT’s New York studios to take a look at what’s new in smart home tech, including smart lock reviews, automatic curtains, and a bathroom assistant.
Nibler then speaks with Dan May, director of Painting Practice, Ltd., who worked on the new HBO series His Dark Materials, about how the company used real-time effects rendering in VR to push filmmaking boundaries.
Finally, we go back to Kaplan, who sits down with Chase Watterson, marketing director at iFit, a patented technology that enables two-way interactivity between NordicTrack, ProForm, and FreeMotion exercise equipment and its users.
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