Wearables, Smart Fabrics, and Authentic Experiences: The Human Dimensions of the Future of Computing

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I’m excited to welcome Mirjana Spasojevic, Head of HP Immersive Experiences Lab, as a guest blogger today. Before she shares her thoughts on the future of computing and HP’s impact, let me tell you a little bit about her. The Immersive Experiences Lab focuses on people and practices in order to craft the best experiences with future HP products and technologies.

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Innovation in the Workplace: Twitter Takeover Recap

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Innovation comes with a relentless focus on experience and not being satisfied by “just getting it out.” And it’s not just about the cool, new feature. It’s more about how you can simplify it to a compelling solution. Innovation is culture. I recently took over HP Labs Twitter account as part of the #CTOtakeover to answer your questions about innovation,

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Blended Reality: Innovation is Culture at FEI 2016

I spoke at FEI 2016 about Blended Reality.  It’s the fusion of our physical and digital worlds, creating new and improved experiences for people at home, at work and on the go. Leveraging an array of new technology trends—HyperMobility, 3D Transformation, Internet of Things, Smart Machines and Immersive Computing—innovators across the globe are finding ways to make our lives richer

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Investing in the future: HP Tech Ventures

I visited CNBC last week to discuss HP Tech Ventures, our new corporate venture arm that will invest and create partnerships with start-ups that are aligned with emerging technology areas that we believe will be the building blocks for the future – 3D Transformation, Immersive Experiences, Hyper-Mobility, Internet of Things and Smart Machines.

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3D Printing: More Than Just a New Way of Making Things

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We’re already seeing glimpses of the potential of 3D printing. Automobiles and airplanes are using 3D-printed parts that are stronger and lighter than anything made by conventional manufacturing. Disabled children and injured animals are walking on 3D-printed custom prosthetics. Astronauts on the International Space Station can print tools based on digital designs emailed from Earth. And increasingly, medical engineers aim

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