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Google corrugated  headset  helps save baby`s life.

Doctors in Florida, USA were able to plan a difficult surgery on a four month old baby girl with the help of a google corrugated headset.
The goggles headset can be used with a smartphone and an app to see images 3 dimensionally and in virtual reality (VR). In this case, a 3D model of the heart was constructed that could then be viewed from different angles using VR. The doctors were able to minutely plan every step of the complicated surgery ahead of time. This would help save valuable time once surgery started and improve the baby`s chances of surviving the procedure. They created the 3D model by uploading CT scans to an app called SketchFab which was then used on the smartphone.

For more information: http://edition.cnn.com/2016/01/07/health/google-cardboard-baby-saved/

Image source: https://www.google.com/get/cardboard/get-cardboard/

Could Virtual Reality Goggles be part of the Future of Corrugated?

Jan Gramsma | August 20th, 2015 Comments Off on Could Virtual Reality Goggles be part of the Future of Corrugated?

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Following warnings that the Great Barrier Reef could be placed on the list of Heritage Sites in Danger, WWF and Google Creative Labs have joined forces to help raise awareness about the state of the reef. They have created a device, like a helmet or goggles, which is used to take people on a virtual tour around the reef.

In Finland, seventy-five years ago, the state started to give maternity packs to all parents of new-born babies: each pack is a cardboard box containing clothes, useful products, bed linen and a small mattress. The box itself also doubles as a crib.

 Cats love to sleep in boxes, jump in boxes, play in boxes, and sometimes (often) get stuck in boxes. The cat phenomenon on the Internet is putting boxes in a new light. Packaging is one thing but give your cat a box and it opens a whole new world of possibilities!

corrugated house A year ago we wrote about a French couple looking to enlarge their home to offer sustainable bed and breakfast facilities and who had decided to develop and build a cardboard house. Well, it is now completed and ready to welcome guests in search of green holiday options!

What do the French think of the cardboard as packaging material? According to a recent Ifop study they see it as a practical, economic and ecological multi-purpose material.

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A French couple originally looking to enlarge their home to offer bed and breakfast facilities decided that they wanted to be involved in sustainable tourism development in their area. “We found out that a company was developing a new concept of cardboard house” said Nicole Lenoble.

Many elements help ensure that fresh produce is protected while it moves along the supply chain. Packaging must be efficient during transport and warehousing. In the picture the height of the corrugated tray in which the peppers are packed minimises movement and maximises protection to ensure that they arrive in perfect condition.

The New Year is underway and one New Year resolution is getting a unanimous vote: Stop wasting food. Individuals, but also market players and institutions are pledging to reduce food waste. The European Parliament wants to declare 2014 European Year Against Food Waste and has called for action to halve food waste by 2025. The European Commission has launched a working group on food losses and food waste assembling a variety of food chain stakeholders. 

Engineer and artist Alex Reben created a corrugated robot equipped with sensors and a high resolution video camera for his Masters thesis at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The robot roamed around autonomously and using several methods to encourage interaction (including looking cute), the robot was able to pull stories from people and create a documentary.