5G has the potential to make loading websites, streaming music, and downloading up to 10 times faster than 4G. The United States isn’t expected to see the first 5G-compatible networks until 2020, but that hasn’t stopped telcos from openly bragging.
AccorHotels wants to read its guests’ minds—and their heart rate and EEG and galvanic skin response, too.
The company teamed up with Toronto-based agency Cossette and digital experience creators The Mill to develop an immersive sensory experience that will hopefully reveal what guests want in a vacation before they do. The program, called Seeker by Le Club AccorHotels, is being unveiled as Le Club, AccorHotels’ loyalty program, merges with the Fairmont President’s Club, Raffles Ambassadors, and Swissôtel Circle. They wanted a unique way to let incoming loyal guests know that they would be able to continue offering very personalized service—and what better way to do that then to read their minds?
Warner Bros. Animation has announced that it will create a new series of short-form cartoons starring the beloved Looney Tunes characters.
Looney Tunes Cartoons will feature the likes of Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig and other characters. The shorts will start coming out next year, “distributed across multiple platforms – including digital, mobile and broadcast,” according to WB Animation.
Air travel can often probe frustrating for air passengers, whether business or leisure. Flight delays and confusing directions around terminals are just two common complaints. Digital technology could address these issues.