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What do we do when all Media can be Mind-Controlled?

What do we do when all Media can be Mind-Controlled?

So I recent­ly stum­bled upon a kick­starter that not only grabbed my atten­tion but pro­duced all kinds of fan­ci­ful thoughts to enter my mind. We typ­i­cal­ly write about media, but what hap­pens when we head into a future where every­thing is hap­pen­ing with­out our direct phys­i­cal input and our thoughts are caus­ing things to be set into motion. Well it appears to be hap­pen­ing. Dobot is a robot­ic (jobs in robot­ics) arm designed for every­day use which can be con­trolled by a com­put­er, mobile app, ges­ture input (Hap­tics), and even brain waves (EEG). “One of our founder’s exper­tise was in biosen­sors, and thought it’d be cool to con­trol a robot with con­cen­tra­tion” said CEO Jer­ry Liu, “It was not hard to imple­ment.” I am sor­ry but did you just read that quote? In the sum­mer of 2014, Liu formed Dobot with the help of his team, five oth­er Shan­dong Uni­ver­si­ty grad­u­ates who want­ed to build a cheap, pre­cise robot­ics arm that could be used by hob­by­ists, edu­ca­tors, and indus­try alike. All the mem­bers being for­mer­ly employed at indus­tri­al and med­ical robot­ics com­pa­nies spent the last year build­ing their first mod­el ready pro­to­type Dobot, but to be clear the mak­ers would not set­tle…

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DAQRI acquires Melon, what happens when you combine Augmented Reality with Mind Control?

DAQRI acquires Melon, what happens when you combine Augmented Reality with Mind Control?

First of all who is DAQRI? They’re a Los Ange­les-based start­up that cre­at­ed the DAQRI Smart Safe­ty Hel­met for blue col­lar work­ers. Their site states “every aspect of DAQRI Smart Hel­met was designed with the indus­tri­al work place in mind, from its advanced sen­sor pack­age to the intu­itive user inter­face that requires zero cal­i­bra­tion, to the bat­tery life that lasts an entire shift”. It’s a wear­able aug­ment­ed real­i­ty tool basi­cal­ly. DAQRI claims that the hel­met has more com­put­ing pow­er than any oth­er wear­able device, sport­ing a cou­ple of Qual­comm Snap­drag­on proces­sors. The com­pa­ny has devel­oped their own cus­tom soft­ware called Intel­li­Track that over­lays aug­ment­ed data onto real-world sur­faces in real-time. There are sen­sors that wrap around this device that afford a 360 degree field of vision with HD video and pho­tog­ra­phy and is sup­posed to oper­ate just fine in low light. Bri­an Mullins, the CEO of DAQRI has recent­ly stat­ed they plan on acquir­ing the start-up Mel­on and want to now inte­grate the Mel­on head­band into their smart hel­met. The acqui­si­tion is in hope that more busi­ness­es will buy DAQRI’s prod­uct, as they can now get addi­tion­al ben­e­fit of the Mel­on head­band. So what is Mel­on? Back in 2013 this…

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Is the next exodus of mass media in 3D Optics, Gestural Interfaces and Augmented Reality?

Is the next exodus of mass media in 3D optics, Gestural Interfaces and Augmented Reality?

I am going to tell you right here, right now, we are in for a com­plete par­a­digm shift of what con­tent and adver­tis­ing will mean. I don’t want to scare you and I don’t want to change sub­jects, but I just dis­cov­ered the word – Tech­no-telepa­thy, you see what I’m say­ing, get ready to be flipped upside down. So back on track, have you heard of Microsoft Hololens or Ocu­lus Rift, how about Daqri Smart Hel­met? So with the Microsoft Hololens they’ve cre­at­ed a per­son­al and work­place device, a head­set that ren­ders 3D con­tent only the wear­er can see. To the out­sider you will just be wear­ing bug­gy eyed glass­es. This AR (aug­ment­ed Real­i­ty) sys­tem is over­lay­ing images and objects onto your liv­ing rooms and offices. Don’t wor­ry, It affords you the mobil­i­ty to maneu­ver about the space with­out injury. The head­set tracks your move­ments, pays atten­tion to your gaze and reor­ga­nize what it is you see by pro­ject­ing light at your eyes with no ill effect. Since the device tracks where you are, you can use hand ges­tures; for now it’s lim­it­ed to midair clicks by rais­ing and low­er­ing your fin­ger to inter­act with the 3D images. The head­band…

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