Wellness summits, cannabis courses, advertising biases.
–Snap has unveiled Spectacles 3, the latest generation of their video-recording sunglasses, which will feature two cameras and will be released this fall, reports Bloomberg.
–The city of Helsinki has introduced a “first of it’s kind” sustainable city guide for tourists, locals and businesses. Via Dezeen.
–Fast Company introduces Summit Series, a new wellness community out of Silicon Valley described as “young TED meets Burning Man.”
–Students at two U.S. universities can now take courses in marijuana to prepared them for a career in cannabis, announces The Wall Street Journal.
–Approved, Not Approved is a new campaign working to combat unequal representation in sexual wellness advertising, writes Dezeen.
–A new Chinese e-reader will feature author Avatars which read books out loud in the author’s voice, says BBC.
–Curbed introduces a new membership-based RV rental club launching in January 2020.
–British Airways is testing VR entertainment for first class passengers, reveals The Verge.
–Well + Good introduces a new nightclub-esque gym that serves electrolyte-spiked margaritas and features a neon-lit workout space.
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