Month: March 2020

DIY/OPen Source Ventilator Possibilities

You can help support this project, without money This is one of a collection of blog posts about Open Source and DIY facemasks, 3D PPE printing info and more. Click here to see it. HYGEINE. LUNGS ARE DELICATE. This post is for brainstorming on the possibilities of makeshift ventilators. IF YOU ARE WORKING WITH VENTILATORS, …

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GeoPose: a low tech symbol?

The challenge: how can we simply show the benefits of GeoPose? For AR to benefit all, and to safely evolve into a platform as powerful as radio, television and the internet, we need to simply illustrate the situation. If organizations like Microsoft, Amazon, ATT, government agencies, NTT, Apple, traffic and safety supervisors (including AV) etc. …

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Tenten Carrot Cake Special

Yes quarantine has produced an outpouring of little, home movie-meets-hi-tech video sketches. This one is about carrot cake, one of my mom’s specialties. Photos of the world’s best piece of carrot cake are here. My mom’s recipe began with a prizewinning recipe she saw in the newspaper “a few years ago”. Since then she has …

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i ate tiong bahru/Gallicier/gula malaka/tenten

Hi. Check the links and videos below if you want to know more about palm sugar, a fantastic natural sugar loaded with vitamins and nutrients. This video is so so. That is me, reading from my book called ‘i ate tiong bahru’. The audio book, voiced by Mirai Booth-Ong is brilliant! Mirai is a Los-Angeles-based …

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One minute lesson about Augmented Reality

“Augment” means to “add to”, or “improve”. AR technology adds digital information to reality. This digital information can be seen by using a phone, tablet or AR headgear. The Hololens headset, by Microsoft, is used in industrial, medical, educational and military uses. Here is an example of AR, from an American football game: That image …

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Cap’n Blog (FaceReplaced beta test)

Thanks to Catchar, I discovered the FaceReplaced app. I installed and in less than 5 minutes had a very interesting little video. The following gives you an idea of what FaceReplaced can do but, yes…I hope you are viewing this on a mobile phone, as it seems to be upside down. This is a normal …

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