Posts tagged #Katie Linendoll

Need New Makeup? This Interactive Mirror Makes Beauty Shopping a Cinch

Imagine if your vanity mirror suddenly sprung to life and declared that, although you are indeed among the fairest, an emphatic red lip could help you top the list.

Toronto-based tech company ModiFace has created a fairytale-like “mirror” that comes close. The brand launched in 2008 with addictively playful apps that let you virtually makeover selfies with exotic hairstyles, eye colors and more. Big beauty brands took notice when ModiFace moved their tech into an augmented reality experience, powered by high-tech cameras...

Posted on January 26, 2018 and filed under Online.

TODAY: See the Technology of the Future at the Consumer Electronics Show

Every year, tens of thousands of people flock to the Consumer Electronics Show to check out what’s new and cool in tech – and this year, TODAY’s Sheinelle Jones and tech expert Katie Linendoll were two of them. TODAY follows them as they check out everything from a laundry-folding robot to self-driving cars.

Posted on January 22, 2018 and filed under On Air.

GE Smart Lighting Made Simple

In my work as a tech expert, I have found that many families are interested in integrating smart lighting into their homes, but feel overwhelmed by the many options and complexity. I am always wary of “tech just for tech’s sake.” In other words, if a family invests in smart lighting, it should be easy to install, functional and practical. That is why I am so excited to partner with GE. After so many years in the lighting business, I’ve seen that GE really understands their customer and practical ways to integrate the new lighting technology.

Posted on January 12, 2018 and filed under Tech.

NASA and Hewlett-Packard Engineers Collaborate on a High-Tech Space Printer

Imagine being handed a project to create a printer that will work in space. Well, I was fortunate enough to travel to Johnson Space Center to meet the multi-disciplinary team of NASA and Hewlett-Packard (HP) engineers, who designed the HP Envy Zero Gravity Printer. While covering the story, I quickly learned that although we often focus on the blast-off of a NASA rocket, we aren’t always aware that the astronauts at the ISS (International Space Station) orbit space for up to six months while executing complex missions.

Posted on November 14, 2017 and filed under Online.