These are the innovations that have marked our VivaTech

A show dedicated to new technology is always a moment to question what the future holds. When you meet a robot dog from Boston Dynamics on the island of Park Des Exposition, which hosts the Vivatech show until Saturday, you can hardly help but tremble when you think of one of the most terrifying episodes. Black Mirror SeriesWhere one of these robots, reprogrammed, has become a powerful predator.

Crossing countless rows to test the experiences of augmented reality, we are torn between a question of increasingly stunning and immersed technological prowess and the adoption of a technology that is involved in isolating itself from other parts of the world at the moment. Helmet VivaTech is basically a place of technology as it is philosophical, even metaphysical, what will be our future. And the opportunity to dwell on a handful of innovations that caught our eye and gave us a definite vision of the future.

Poimo: The world of Wal-E is at our doorstep

Mobility is one of the most notable aspects of this version of VivaTech: as soon as you enter the show, you’ll be amazed to see a huge Renault stand with a prototype of an autonomous vehicle, and then, an autonomous bus like the Ile. -de-France Mobilités company is testing one of its lines. In a place dedicated entirely to mobility, we find DAB Motors, Electric motorcycle with a futuristic lookTron has not moved away from the aesthetics of the movie.

And then there are Poimo, An amazing idea for a motorcycle or inflatable scooter from Japan. Fully electric and silent, it is fully deflatable, so it can be carried in a bag. But the Poimo exists in the form of a motorcycle, a scooter and an armchair, which is widely popular at the company’s VivaTech stand. When we see the audience lying in this armchair who just have to push a small lever to move without any effort, we can only think of the apocalyptic future of the lazy and overly helpful people presented in the animated film Wall-E. Again, the same object contains the best and worst of technology.

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Transportation concerns delivery issues, and startups in this area Twinsthuel, Which features Delivery Droid to look like a cartoon character. Vehicles of various sizes, autonomous, for the purpose of urban delivery (the famous “last kilometer”) especially for mail or fresh goods – they are already experienced in the center of Montpellier in Montpellier.

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Artificial Intelligence and Exoskeletons: Enhanced People?

During one of his speeches, the CEO of Orange Crystal Heidemann used the term “human enhanced intelligence”, “enhanced intelligence” instead of artificial intelligence. For some of the innovations presented, these are: Robots Imobot, For example, comes in the form of a white sphere aimed at helping caregivers to better understand the sensations of older or dependent people who have difficulty expressing their well-being or discomfort. Analyzes the person’s face, manages the robot, thanks to algorithms, performs a “mental mapping” of the person and helps him understand whether he is feeling well or, conversely, he presents warning signs of depression.

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Many of the innovations presented have the same purpose of helping people transcend the boundaries of their bodies or sometimes their minds. This is the case with a lamp called an example Lily Produced by a Rouen company, which projects a very high frequency strobe light, helps people with dyslexia to read better. Or the first exoskeletons, developed by a German company. German Bionic In favor of La Post. Purpose: To help the workers in the warehouses to carry heavy loads without fatigue. A package can feel up to 75% lighter than its actual load, while staff is assisted by exoskeleton.

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The industry invites itself to technology (or vice versa)

This is one of the paradoxes NFT : You may like the idea of ​​collecting non-material works of art… but you may also like to think of your collection on your wall. ArtPoint Company, Which presents itself as a digital art gallery, therefore proposes to take the opposite route to the digital work of art on a screen, thus becoming a kind of virtual frame. You do not have to own the work in question, it works like a catalog where you can select the works of art for a specific period of time that you want to show.

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In the same vein, LVMH Group has unveiled a luxury watch from the brand (thanks to an avatar character and Bernard Arnold for a metaverse modeled in 3D). Tag Hauer. Features: The bottom of the dial is actually a screen that will display the NFTs we have.

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And then there’s the reverse movement: creating (almost) old-fashioned art using technology. Two years ago, A made a painting in Rembrandt’s style 3D painting techniques Was presented as an achievement. Today, the technique is available to everyone: even there, it was LVMH who presented this factory of “3D painting”, super-reliable reproduction, including the editing of paintings for a relatively more affordable price. Copies made only by actual painters.

Infinity and beyond: Lonely farming on Mars

One of the most spectacular projects is the Interstellar Lab: a futuristic capsule containing a “biopod”, an airtight greenhouse that reproduces climate conditions conducive to the growth of any type of plant. Purpose: It makes it possible to produce, for example, a tropical plant needed in a short circuit, pharmaceuticals or cosmetics. But above all, the long-term goal of the Interstellar Lab is agriculture in space.. The startup has signed up with NASA for two missions, one on the International Space Station, the other on the moon.




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Less future, but just as impressive, Bioo is a Barcelona company that generates plant energy based on the concept And that the human body is a conductor of electricity. Their “lax” lamp is thus a flower pot, and you turn the light on and off by touching the tree. Earlier, the company also unveiled a flowerpot capable of recharging a phone.

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