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Why You Want to Work at Amazon

Why You Want to Work at Amazon

After reading the recent New York Times article  Inside Amazon: Wrestling Big Ideas in a Bruising Workplace  it occurred to me that the article wasn’t really about Amazon being a difficult place to work but rather the story of Amazon being the place to be to prepare for tomorrow’s workplace. In the not too distant future most companies will be run by computers.  Yes there will still be people managing the computers but most of the work will be done by the machines, which will replace many of the current employees. Amazon is one of the most advanced companies in the world regarding automation of business processes and decision making. Based on the New York Times article it appears that Amazon has already implemented many processes that future companies will be managed by. While many tech companies appear to be moving in this direction,  I believe Amazon has advanced the most towards the future company employment world. Data and algorithms drive much of the decision making at the company.  Virtually all the pricing and product display decisions you see on the Amazon website are solely made by algorithms. Amazon is where you could be trained to be the next generation executive. At Amazon…

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zSpace: to boldly go where no 3D VR/AR education tool has gone before.

zSpace: to boldly go where no 3D VR/AR education tool has gone before.

HP has made a practical VR/AR tool for educators, scientists, and other professionals that need high fidelity simulated interactions with computer-generated models. They call it the Zyr display, which incorporates four cameras for head-tracking, a fully gyroscopic stylus that allows for both precise pointing and true 3D manipulation of objects, and a 3D display that uses special glasses. To top that off they have also created a software called Zview for sharing Zyr 3D content. Now a startup by the name of zSpace, which is a leading-edge technology provider that is delivering a new way of learning focused on STEM education, medical instruction, corporate training and research, zSpace inspires and accelerates understanding through immersive exploration. zSpace (jobs at zSpace) is a privately held, venture backed company located in Sunnyvale, CA, and has filed more than 30 patents for its innovative technologies. When you put on the glasses, images appear in 3-D. Cameras on the screen track the user’s head movement, letting them move closer to get a better view of objects. The stylus lets users pick up things and see them from every angle. The result is an experience that feels natural, and precise enough that it could be a learning tool…

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Pay-Per-Face, the Next Wave of Targeted Advertising Analysis

Pay-Per-Face, the Next Wave of Targeted Advertising Analysis

What is “pay-per-face” or “pay-per-look”? Well it’s a way for advertisers to charge you for very specific and targeted views of content. Miami-based AdMobilize (jobs at AdMobilize), is expanding its concept of “Google Analytics for the real world.” The company has released a second version of its AdBeacon device and accompanying software. This is after testing the previous version in 30 companies over nine countries. They’ve recently announced an acquisition of a new $1.6 million in funding. CEO and founder Rodolfo Saccoman says the small device now has GPS, a 5-megapixel camera, a Linux computer board, and “advanced facial detection.” The AdBeacon is a detector of real-world customers. You put the device on the wall or counter top close to a digital billboard or display ad, and set it to Wi-Fi for access. On your desktop, you or a store manager can scrutinize what’s happening the same way you would when looking at web analytics for a website. You want to find out why visitors/customers do what they do, who they are, and what they may prefer. For instance, you may want to know why one side of a store aisle gets more customers than another, or how many people have…

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Can Virtual Personal Trainers make you look like a God?

Can Virtual Personal Trainers make you look like a God?

Would you like virtual personal trainers helping you out? Could your workout routine use a non-judgmental, yet critical observer to your routines and tell you what’s wrong and how to fix it for your maximum benefit? The gamification of exercise might not be a novelty, but virtual reality use in personal fitness is still in its early development stage. Fitness will now take new meaning as VR and AR connect to the fitness business. Get ready, virtual reality will create the world’s first immersive exercise class. Here’s a quick look at some companies that are jumping in, Pure Fitness from Pure Group has launched an ‘Immersive Fitness’ spinning class in its Hong Kong studio. The program features videos of cinematic quality which are projected onto the screens that are placed on three walls of the studio. An instructor gives signals which are synchronized with the music and graphics. The virtual reality fitness spinning class imitates cycling through different landscapes which includes a futuristic space city and a steep glacier. Daniel Mestre, senior researcher at the French National Center for Scientific Research said “Coupling exercise to virtual reality results in a more enjoyable experience by contextualizing the exercise. It notably distracts…

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VR Gameshow: Compete with the World and Win Prizes.

VR Gameshows: Compete with the World and Win Prizes.

So what do you think of when you combine super high fidelity 3D, real-time streaming, and global connectivity? You get a VR Gameshow called “The Future Universe”. If all goes well next year will be the first time TV viewers and mobile-device owners will participate in a virtual and interactive live game show pitting in-studio contestants against a potential worldwide group of people playing at home on their phones, tablets, and laptops, all competing for prizes. The Future Group a Norwegian company has a deal in place with one of the largest production companies in the world to begin airing The Future Universe in prime-time 2016 in a single, major country. They are expecting to air the futuristic TV show in countries all around the world. Bård Anders Kasin, the founder and CEO of The Future Group, and a technical director at Warner Bros. who worked on The Matrix films says VR is still largely a single-user experience. Future Group’s show is trying to leverage some of the elements that make VR compelling to a lot of people. “We’re not just putting them in there with goggles,” says Kasin. “We’re putting them in a virtual world as characters, in real…

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