The latest 11-inch iPad Pro reminds me of the iPhone 5. I prefer the sharper edges than the curves that were introduced from the iPhone 6.
I came across the Nike Fit app today in the news . Love it when non-tech companies leverage technology in unique ways to move business forward. Kudos.
Enter Nike Fit, a new scanning solution that uses a proprietary combination of computer vision, data science, machine learning, artificial intelligence and recommendation algorithms.
Personally, I love these kind of use cases for our phones. In addition, Fit resonates with me as I have had massive hesitations in ordering footwear online - and never do for this reason - what if they don’t fit?
Using your smartphone’s camera, Nike Fit will scan your feet, collecting 13 data points mapping your foot morphology for both feet within a matter of seconds. This hyper-accurate scan of your unique foot dimension can then be stored in your NikePlus member profile and easily used for future shopping online and in-store.
Read more about this here - Nike News
I love mechanical watches (a touch of analog in a digital world) but recently I have been wearing my Apple Watch on workdays.
The customisable world clock complication helps me know the time in places where people I care about are traveling to and/or remote devs are working from.
The calendar entry on the top keeps me up to date with my next meeting (well, today is Friday).
Auto Unlock - the watch unlocks my Mac :)