Get the most out of your cinema experience. Also: Luddites, Uber and Satellites. — FTN DAILY EDITION #133, Innovation & Technology

Jeremy Yap

Projection as an art

Understand cinema technology to enjoy the best movie experience.

Peter Suderman for Vox:

Understanding the nuances of movie projection, and the different projection options available to moviegoers, can help you make the most of the cinematic experience you pay good money for.

Embrace Innovation

Technology is great. Give it a chance.

David Waller for Foundation for Economic Education:

The lesson for today is that technological innovation can be extremely painful, but that over the longer term it does not necessarily come at the price of jobs or prosperity: indeed, new technology begets further innovation that creates wealth and employment in entirely unforeseeable ways.

Take a Bite

There’s a super material right in your mouth.

Kate McAlpine for Futurity:

Kotov hopes to see the synthetic enamel deployed in airplanes and other environments in which vibrations are inescapable, protecting structures and electronics.

Inside Uber’s Greyball software

How the company went against police control.

Adam Clark Estes for Gizmodo:

Precisely how Uber went to war with police is where this story veers into the realm of absurdity

Not one, not two, but 104 Satellites

India lifted a record number of satellites into space in a single launch.

BBC News:

Over the past two decades, India has become a key player in the lucrative commercial space market offering a low-cost alternative.

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