Am I the only one who apologise to her phone when doing a number two and the splash in the toilet get too loud? I have reached a stage with my “privacy” where I do not agree to be listened to or monitored by any AI ( “to improve your experience of our App and services”). I experienced situations in my life leading me to believe that “secret services” heard THAT one too. Not the most feminine sound you want to share. Not the particular sound you want to brag about. I, however, give my full authorisation if they really need to use my most authentic sound effect in a pixar cartoon’s toilet scene! I do get sad when I finally flush my numbers two, as I have some form of pride about the smell: it’s unique, it’s distinct and so personal to me. They are really missing out on that one …
- Smell sharing
<< Digital scent technology (or olfactory technology) is the engineering discipline dealing with olfactory representation. It is a technology to sense, transmit and receive scent-enabled digital media (such as web pages, video games, movies and music). This sensing part of this technology works by using olfactometers and electronic noses.
In 1999, DigiScents developed a computer peripheral device called iSmell, which was designed to emit a smell when a user visited a web site or opened an email. The device contained a cartridge with 128 “primary odors”, which could be mixed to replicate natural and man-made odors.
Current obstacles of mainstream adoption include the timing and distribution of scents, a fundamental understanding of human olfactory perception, the health dangers of synthetic odours, and other hurdles >> Source: Wikipedia.
SCENT BRANDING FOR THE FUTURE: <<What happens when your logo is no longer visible? Or when touch is no longer an option? With the onset of a global pandemic driven by an invisible virus, we are left with silent streets, physical interactions reduced to 2D screens and touch eliminated altogether as our senses take on a new constellation and technology accelerates…As products and services become embedded in our environments, their visual logos become increasingly invisible. Currently Alexa speaks to us and sensors in our homes can automatically understand and regulate our spaces. A haptic sensation, a blinking light, a sonic melody…Branded cues identify when an interaction has taken place, when something works or when there is an issue. However, beyond these functional cues, how can brands further tap into our emotions and accompany us more intimately on our journeys in the future? >> … You can read all about it on FutureOfSmell.com
- Thoughts sharing
Scientists connected three people’s brains together so they can mentally share thoughts. A startup, NECTOME, wants to make a backup for your brain and turn it into a computer simulation. Nectome wants to preserve brains by using a chemical solution that can keep bodies intact for thousands of years, allowing scientists in the future to scan your brain and upload it to a computer. This would give someone a lot like you (but not really you) a second life in a data server somewhere. The tech is expected to keep all your memories intact, digitize them, and use them to recreate consciousness. Neuralink has jumped in very few months from a heavy device on a pig to invisible wires on a monkey, who can already play ping-pong games!
- Wireless Projection Virtual Laser Keyboard are already available to order from online store. Even if the term is not yet popular, you can type on any surface (bed sheet, table top, kitchen counter …) while a device will project a keyboard on this surface for you to see the keys. The invisible computer monitor is not yet available for member of the public, although it is often used in advertising to promote new technologies being released.
- VR – AR – XR – MR/XR
VR: Virtual reality means replacing the reality you see around you entirely with computer-generated 3D content. With head-mounted displays for VR, also known as VR headsets, you’re completely immersed in the virtual simulation.
AR: Augmented Rituality means that the user is experiencing the real reality while certain virtual elements are projected onto it. Most of today’s AR devices use optical see-through based glasses that create holographic images to float in front of your eyes in a narrow, augmented window. The problem is, those images are hazy and ghostlike because optical see-through devices can only display light, not black or opaque content.
MR: Mixed reality is all about merging virtual content with the real world in an interactive, immersive way. In Mixed reality, virtual objects appear as a natural part of the real world, oclluding behind real objects.
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