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Punched by a Hologram? Interactive Holograms you can feel.

Punched by a Hologram? Interactive Holograms you can feel.

Here’s the future for marketing and advertisers. Imagine displaying holographic products that you can not only touch but will react with you. Picture a floating can of Coca-Cola that you could grab and pretend to drink, or a crispy potato chip you could place in your mouth. Read on, I’m telling you. Next level media here, Interactive holograms you can feel! By now you all should know that holograms are a staple of science fiction and go as far back to 1893, thanks to Jules Verne. Even recently they have come into vogue due to developments in lasers for entertainment and award events. Researchers at DNG or the Digital Nature Group have found a way to use lasers, mirrors and cameras to create three-dimensional, interactive holograms comprised of tiny points of light called voxels. The team using femtosecond lasers (a femtosecond is a quadrillionth of a second, and the lasers transmit bursts that last 30 to 270 femtoseconds), can make holograms that are safe to touch. The DNG researchers say earlier studies in creating air plasma hadn’t achieved resolution this high, and would burn human skin. The images are three-dimensional, with resolutions up to 200,000 dots per second. The voxels…

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Capture Virtual Reality with your Smartphone, Matterport, and Google’s Project Tanjo.

Mobile VR, Yes Please, Matterport hiring Top-Notch Team

Matterport is a company that started from the XBOX (jobs at Microsoft) Kinect Hacker crowd back in 2010. Founder and CEO Matt Bell was amazed by the robust abilities of the $150 Kinect. He envisioned a cheaper and equal device that could let anyone map out rooms to create 3D models accessible straight from the web. During this same time he was working in a gesture recognition company that utilized very expensive cameras and bloated files that needed specialized software to handle it. Matterport wants to make $50,000 cameras unnecessary and have created a $4500 camera that can transform 2D images into 3D Virtual ones. Matterport is already a huge hit with the real estate crowd. A year ago, Matterport (jobs at Matterport) got serious about the commercial market, and raised a $16 million Series B to chase the real estate vertical. Matterport targeted the companies that help real estate workers photograph properties. The company has already sold thousands of cameras, but are now being refueled by a very new injection of $30 million and will be hiring out a top-notch team to make mobile VR scanning a reality.  Matterport wants to be more than a camera company, with the…

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Blockchain technology makes Priceless Art thanks to Ascribe.

Priceless Art thanks to Ascribe and Blockchain technology

So we’ve touched upon this new and strange idea about digital scarcity in the past with a company called Neonmob. It turns out another company, a recently funded start-up called Ascribe allows writers and artists to make unique copies of their work that can be bought and sold. The concept is it cannot be duplicated because of blockchain technology. Bruce Pon, Trent McConaghy, and Masha McConaghy have a history in banking, hardware, and curation and have founded this company which has recently raised $2 million in seed from Earlybird Venture Capital, Freelands Ventures, Digital Currency Group, and various angels. Given the importance of IP and digital permanence Ascribe seems like a fascinating idea. The company stakes itself as a “notary and timestamp for intellectual property and creative works.” Which basically means if you claim it as an original and upload into the software, then it is. You can even download a certificate of authenticity, with it you can track where on the internet that image is traveling. You can loan it out to people or even transfer it to another user. You could even make another copy yourself and send it about, but Ascribe would know about it. Using blockchain…

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