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In 2010, after a 15-year career as a Registered Architect, Michael Kaufman took the experiences of that professional life and combined them with a passion for consumer technology to launch “the Architechnologist,” an online publication exploring the emerging technologies that affect how we interact with, and experience, the world around us.

Building on that success, he launched a curated bi-weekly newsmagazine through distributor Newsana+. Designed for the interested individual, “The Curated Architechnologist” features original content and access to the stories behind the stories: a unique window into the news, views and research that inspire us as technophiles and offer the first glimmers into the next generation of innovation.

In addition to his publishing activities, Michael continues to serve as a judge for the Innovations Design and Engineering Awards at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. He regularly participates in roundtables and speaking engagements as a thought-leader and influencer.

The Architechnologist is also offering more in-depth analysis for companies seeking research and recommendations around connected technologies, including the “enhanced environment” (such as augmented and virtual reality), wearable technology and “connected places” (such as smart homes).
This professional-level newsmagazine is published bi-monthly (on weeks alternating with the personal-level Curated Architechnologist). As part of this effort, specialist reports will be published quarterly on relevant topics, such as “Tech of Science Fiction – Why Don’t We Have It Yet?” or “Why Is My Smart Home So Dumb?” These reports will be offered first to pro-level subscribers and then to the readers of the Curated Architechnologist.

Technology, Internet of Things, Augmented Reality

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    Technology continues to permeate the spaces where we live and work – our homes and offices contain increasing numbers of networked systems that connect to each other, the Internet and (sometimes) us. Advances in the convergence of home automation, integrated systems and remote monitoring with augmented reality, location-aware devices and related social media creates a large and influential audience. The very public technology integration of private theaters and audio systems (both at home and work) are also only a small part of the infiltration of connected technology into our surroundings. Adoption of these cutting-edge technologies will change the way we experience both physical spaces and the virtual/social media world. The evolution of these technologies will inevitably include the latest advancements in all manner of consumer electronics, certain varieties of augmented reality and immersive multimedia, “smart” furniture, network systems and the methods connecting them. Founded and edited by a registered Architect and member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA), the Architechnologist believes that technology integration has become far more than an after-the-fact part of the design process in architecture or interior design and has expanded beyond being just another facet of the program to actually changing the experience of the design process and then the public’s experience. We develop relationships and advisory roles with businesses and individuals who create retail, commercial or residential spaces and experiences that embrace emerging technology. Currently, we consult with real estate developers and brokerage firms, agencies, small business owners and individuals, introducing them to the technology that continues to permeate the spaces where we live and work. We provide a unique value is created by insights that utilize the latest in technology and also provide a level of “future-readiness”. Additional value is generated by engaging the new technology culture in and around lower Manhattan as an advocate to help that growing market.
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