Watches of the Future

Watches of the Future

Postby Racer-X » April 21st 2017, 6:53pm

by Sophie Furley "How will we be reading the time in the future? Biotechnical wrist implants, timekeeping in our clothing, or bespoke personal drones? Revolution delves into the future of watchmaking with a little help from some visionary designers.

“Foresight is the key to survival in a world of disruptive innovation,” explains Tim Mach from The World Future Society. There are many secrets to success, but one of the most critical skills in today’s fast-moving world is being able to predict what lies ahead, a skill that was previously the domain of Mystic Meg and her crystal ball, while today it is referred to as strategic foresight or future science. This new discipline is becoming increasingly popular as businesses study alternative futures so that companies can navigate change swiftly and efficiently, making the right decisions at the right time."

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Re: Watches of the Future

Postby Mortuus » April 22nd 2017, 12:15am

...sorry, Russ, but Ms Furley lost me when she used the word "bespoke"...
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Re: Watches of the Future

Postby conjurer » April 22nd 2017, 8:36am

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