Spring is in the air and with spring comes fresh flowers, spring cleaning and an abundance of new, innovative and very green things. In a world that is becoming increasingly, technologically driven, it is important to discover new ways we can use social innovation to design a more sustainable planet. From a gardening kit that lets you grow veggies from the comfort of your own home, to a bike that can predict the weather, these are just a few of the green things we’re coveting this spring.
The more connected we become, the more we begin to look for ways to seamlessly integrate technology into our lives. Advancements in technology have made it possible for us to connect in astonishing ways. Technology is rapidly nesting itself on us, in between us and even within us as humans are discovering new ways of physically putting it into our bodies. But, what does this increased and shared intimacy between technology and our body mean? What do we gain by capturing, saving and sharing everything? And more important, what do we lose?
Nowadays, wherever we look, we see that almost every aspect of our lives has been overtaken by information technology. How can new applications in the field of mobile technology help us to live and eat healthier?