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Disney Research on Augmented Reality Demand you Color Within the Lines

Disney Research on Augmented Reality Demand you Color Within the Lines

That good ol’ com­pa­ny Dis­ney is always on the fore­front of doing some­thing cool. Ear­li­er this month we spoke about their using Li-Fi (Read Li-Fi arti­cle here). Now they’re work­ing with AR for kids who like to col­or in books. Why, you might ask? Because they’ve fig­ure out how to turn 2D flat col­ored images and trans­form them into 3D char­ac­ters that you can manip­u­late. So it takes the image of the char­ac­ter in the col­or­ing book and maps the col­ors applied by the user to a pre-made 3D ani­ma­tion of the char­ac­ter. So a child begins col­or­ing the char­ac­ters, the char­ac­ter itself comes to life before your very eyes – that is, with the help of an AR app on any giv­en device. Essen­tial­ly, as the child draws and col­ors, the Dis­ney char­ac­ter then springs to life in real-time like mag­ic. Dis­ney (jobs at Dis­ney) believes that tech­nolo­gies such as AR could help re-ignite their innate dri­ve at being cre­ative by inte­grat­ing the tech­nol­o­gy with col­or­ing books. By pro­vid­ing a bridge between real-world activ­i­ties and dig­i­tal enhance­ments, Dis­ney hopes the mind of child could equal­ly be enhanced in tan­dem. “[C]hildren spend an increas­ing amount of time pas­sive­ly con­sum­ing con­tent…

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Fuse Li-Fi and LED Fabrics together and you get the Future of Media?

What could the Future of Media look like if you fuse Li-Fi and LED Fabrics together?

So if you recall not too long ago I had writ­ten about Li-Fi or light fideli­ty and how it was a game chang­er. Well it so hap­pens that the inven­tor Pro­fes­sor Har­ald Haas has recent­ly pre­sent­ed a TED talk show­cas­ing a pro­to­type exam­ple of how his “light inter­net” would work. I’ll reit­er­ate again what this is, “broad­band trans­mis­sion using the Vis­i­ble Light Spec­trum or VLS. This is part of the elec­tro­mag­net­ic spec­trum, just like radio waves, is safe, prac­ti­cal to use and mul­ti-func­­tion­al”. So with stan­­dard-off-the-shelf LED’s (light-emit­t­ing diode), numer­ous tests were made and it appears that LED light­ing fix­tures can trans­mit wire­less data at very com­pet­i­tive high speeds. I def­i­nite­ly rec­om­mend that you watch the TED talk here: A com­mer­cial prod­uct start­ed ship­ping sev­er­al months ago as Haas has launched a com­mer­cial ven­ture called pure­Li­Fi. The prod­uct, Li-Flame, turns stan­dard LED fix­tures into wire­less Inter­net access points. Let’s take this idea a lit­tle fur­ther. You know we’ve also been fol­low­ing wear­able tech like Disney’s EM-Sense, but what would hap­pen if the clothes you wore on your body was a Li-Fi hotspot or hub? Well you know that the appli­ca­tions can only be guessed at but researchers at the Korea…

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Apple VR is Going Full speed with Flyby Media and 3 other Company Acquisitions.

Apple VR is Going Full speed with Flyby Media and 3 other Company Acquisitions.

Right off the back, Apple VR? Is Apple ready to push into the VR game by buy­ing Fly­by Media? Just so you know back in the Steve Jobs days, Apple had attempt­ed Vir­tu­al Real­i­ty head­sets and the like but pushed it aside because it was still not up to par. The tide has changed with increased com­pe­ti­tion in the space from the likes of Sam­sung with Gear VR, Facebook’s Ocu­lus Rift, Mag­ic Leap (jobs at Mag­ic Leap), as well as sig­nif­i­cant efforts from Google and Microsoft. If you don’t know Fly­by, they’re a com­pa­ny that was key in the devel­op­ment of two things we’ve spo­ken briefly about in the recent past, the first being machine vision, and the oth­er is Google’s Project Tan­go. The com­pa­ny has devel­oped tech that allows mobile phones to “see” the world around them. So Fly­by is tak­ing the IP, branch­ing its capa­bil­i­ties and spread­ing it across the con­sumer spec­trum. I’m not going to get into what Flyby’s app is capa­ble of doing because it’s a gim­mick, but I assure you the tech behind the app, which is a very “inter­net of things” is the sole rea­son for Apple’s inter­est. The hard thing is for machines…

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Haptic Suit Technology and Virtual Reality Porn can kill a Marriage — Thank God!

Haptic Suit Technology and Virtual Reality Porn can kill a Marriage - Thank God!

What’s there to say about Vir­tu­al Real­i­ty Porn?  Let’s begin with the fact that Samsung’s Gear VR pow­ered by Ocu­lus sold out in 2 days on Ama­zon over the 2015 hol­i­day sea­son. To make this even more inter­est­ing Gold­man Sachs, one of the largest bank­ing firms pre­dicts Vir­tu­al Real­i­ty will dom­i­nate over Tele­vi­sion in 10 years’ time. Gold­man Sachs ana­lyst Heather Belli­ni says of Aug­ment­ed Real­i­ty and VR, “it’s real­ly going to change, I think, many aspects of our life and be com­plete­ly dis­rup­tive,… over the next 10 years, it’s going to take off.” Gam­ing and enter­tain­ment will dri­ve much of the growth, but car mak­ers, retail­ers and even inte­ri­or design­ers could bank on VR tech­nol­o­gy, Gold­man said. Now make note all of this is based on hard­ware sales, Gold­man Sachs’ esti­mat­ed VR soft­ware sales fig­ure of $72 bil­lion, VR would gen­er­ate $182 bil­lion, near­ly twice as much mon­ey than the TV mar­ket. You know what I say? That’s absurd, I say the Vir­tu­al Real­i­ty Porn indus­try is gonna blow past those num­bers way soon­er than 2025! And let’s not for­get that it’s going to be way more than just visu­al stim­u­la­tion! Vir­tu­al real­i­ty is how the mass­es will be…

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7 E‑Commerce Shopping Innovations for Future Holidays

7 E-commerce Shopping Innovations for Future Holidays

Con­sid­er­ing it’s the hol­i­day shop­ping sea­son I fig­ured we should look into what’s on the E‑commerce hori­zon. Ray Burke direc­tor of Indi­ana Uni­ver­si­ty’s Cus­tomer Inter­face Lab­o­ra­to­ry has spent years ana­lyz­ing shop­ping habits. He was inter­viewed in a recent arti­cle on Popsci.com and he cov­ers 7 top­ics about the future of buy­ing com­mer­cial goods and con­sumer expe­ri­ence. E‑commerce will become the only com­merce; with the use of Big Data and Psy­chol­o­gy they’re fig­ur­ing out nov­el ways to track your in-store behav­ior, antic­i­pate your needs, and help you find exact­ly what you need if it’s avail­able. So let’s see what 7 inno­va­tions are in “store” for us lit­er­al­ly: 1. Track­ing Eye Move­ment 2. De-stress­ing Shop­pers 3. Quick­er Store Exits 4. Mon­i­tor­ing Moods 5. Instan­ta­neous Prod­uct Print­ing 6. Intu­itive per­son­al­iza­tion through feed­back shop­ping 7. Shar­ing Econ­o­my Some of these may feel very intru­sive in a “Big Broth­er” kind of way but at this very moment you still live in a con­sumer dri­ven soci­ety and mak­ing buy­ing eas­i­er keeps you hap­py and makes the retail­er rich­er. It is a twist­ed win-win sce­nario. Besides shop­ping for the hol­i­days just seems like a chore so per­haps all of these will gen­uine­ly help. Track­ing Eye Move­ment —…

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