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If you were constantly connected to a visually rich, see-through mobile web, what do you think would be the #1 coolest thing about it?

What cool stuff does being constantly connected enable?

9 comments:

At April 27, 2007 at 6:26 AM Anonymous said...

I don't know... but what the hell is that picture?

 
At April 27, 2007 at 11:10 AM Anonymous said...

Ben,

Can we put aside the dreams and get the product out please? Our investors wants commercial product. Not endless development that never ends. What is the road block for the eyeware? How difficult is it to put an IPM on a glass frame? Competitors already have products on the market. All we have are dreams and development. Oh yes, we have better technology. Don't even mention it again. That is bullshit!

 
At April 27, 2007 at 11:48 AM Ben said...

sorry to hear that you're upset. I can assure you that there's a lot more to it than putting an IPM on a glass frame. stay tuned for updates on our progress.

 
At April 27, 2007 at 12:55 PM digitaldoofus said...

Ben,
Please ignore the occasional rude or overbearing poster. Most of us out here appreciate the complexities of executing the BEST manufacturing and commercialization plan -- not just the quickest or most convenient. We trust and believe that you -- and the rest of the Microvision Team -- are getting each of your goals accomplished in efficient manner, just as you did when you met our expectations in hitting all the goals Tokman laid out for the company in previous conference calls! Continued success!

 
At April 27, 2007 at 1:09 PM Ben said...

thanks much, DD!

 
At April 27, 2007 at 2:12 PM Anonymous said...

Couple random thoughts...
That don't have so much necessarily to do with a see-through mobile web.

-It would be nice to use mobile web in the same way you use a laptop today (in terms of viewing the entire screen), using the touch screen capabilites of a mobile device, like the iPhone for instance, in the same fashion that a person uses the touch pad on a laptop to navigate through the applications on their desktop. The phone could double as both touch screen navigation (to move a mouse pointer across the field of vision) and touch pad keyboard for typing text if necessary.

-It would also be cool to do Nintendo Wii-like actions for anywhere anytime game playing. Again, you could incorporate the accelerators of a mobile device such as the iPhone to control actions such as playing golf. Visually having full field of vision as though you were actually at the golf course...

-Sports or stock tickers running near your field of vision at all times...

-Integrated barcode scanner, so that you can instantly compare prices of an item in the store with the sale price at other locations. Always know if you are getting the best price, and if not, instantly be informed where to go to get the best price for that particular item within your area code (or on-line if it's cheaper there).

 
At April 27, 2007 at 2:55 PM Anonymous said...

That picture is your small intestine.

 
At April 29, 2007 at 9:03 PM PacoBell said...

Speaking of HIDs (Human Interface Devices), how difficult would it be to use a laser to track pupil position and use that data to drive the on-screen cursor or provide contextual feedback based on the "gaze region" and perhaps GPS data? Location-aware services and real-time wireless collaboration. Also, it would be nice to have a scanner that can read QR coded tags on physical objects and trigger the eyewear to display a targeted image/video.

 
At April 30, 2007 at 12:57 PM Kitty said...

First use I thought of was the ability to look up a word you're unsure of in an online dictionary before you use it in conversation. Nothing more embarrassing than using a big word only to find out it doesn't mean what you think it means (Muy Embarassado!).

 

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