Gordon Swaby

You should spend the next 8 minutes of your Life watching this.

I would suggest you spend the next 8 Minutes and 42 seconds of your life watching this video, it’s THAT good.  The difference between some cool tech going “mainstream” or not is matter of affordablility, if people can afford it and it seems cool enough then you’ll see mass adoption, but enough talking, i’ll let the video “wow” you.

Written by Gordon Swaby

Gordon Swaby

Founder and CEO of social learning service EduFocal.com. I’m passionate about technology, the internet and the use of technology in education. I am a recipient of Governor General’s Youth Award, the PSOJ’s 50 Under 50 Award, The commonwealth Youth Award and many others.


Lovingly made on Thursday, March 12th, 2009 at 8:56 am. Filed under Interesting, Tech.

  • http://ruthibelle.blogspot.com ruthibelle

    this is interesting… hmph….

  • Rane

    O.O

    SOOO COOL
    iLuv this.

    Ingenious.
    I've been longing to be like Tom in Minority Report *dances*
    =)

  • http://www.calvinrobinson.co.uk/ Calvin Robinson

    Amazing. I love it and I want one.

    By the sounds of it, looks like they'll be affordable too 😮
    Which is much more than we can say the Microsoft Surface! (Which is a POS btw).

  • http://experienceaurie.wordpress.com Aurie

    Oh my goodness!!! This is amazing. I can't imagine what will happen when they bring this technology in a more miniature form…just like Minority Report as the speaker alluded to. Great post.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=625635432 facebook-625635432

    this is quite futuristic! scary though that you can potentially get so much info on a personal level though!

  • http://thegrahamaffairs.com Graham H

    I will admit that its high tech and what not but thats just ridiculous we are already reliant on mobile phones and to be honest most people wouldn't want to live without one nowadays (literally). What happens when we get one of these gadgets and that lose it once we've become overly reliant on it? We will go psycho! The more consumerism there is the more we take things for granted and that is undeniable.

    I'll admit it it would be very handy but we would be trusting something that has advertisers once again will invest a lot of money in and make the world worse than it already is… It's just like how we take the new “smart phones” for granted. They have everything on them, and once again most of the features are built in usually primarily for commercial purposes such as advertising and using the actual phone as a vehicle to sell other products. Its amazing how far we've come from copper pots and stone buildings but enough is enough we've already past the need for survival. No one man in a western society could starve to death when you think about it right?

    • http://gordonswaby.com Gordon Swaby

      I would be lying if i said i didn't agree with you Graham, but with technologies like these it's expected that it will be tempting and useful and just like everything else in this world it has it's pro's and cons. Re: the attachment and not being able to live without…i WHOLEHEARTEDLY agree with that. I've been cellphone less for the last 3 days and it's been a wreck. I was so attached to my blackberry it isn't even funny, and i did not realize how attached i was until i lost it:( oh well

  • http://thegrahamaffairs.com Graham H

    I will admit that its high tech and what not but thats just ridiculous we are already reliant on mobile phones and to be honest most people wouldn't want to live without one nowadays (literally). What happens when we get one of these gadgets and that lose it once we've become overly reliant on it? We will go psycho! The more consumerism there is the more we take things for granted and that is undeniable.

    I'll admit it it would be very handy but we would be trusting something that has advertisers once again will invest a lot of money in and make the world worse than it already is… It's just like how we take the new “smart phones” for granted. They have everything on them, and once again most of the features are built in usually primarily for commercial purposes such as advertising and using the actual phone as a vehicle to sell other products. Its amazing how far we've come from copper pots and stone buildings but enough is enough we've already past the need for survival. No one man in a western society could starve to death when you think about it right?

  • http://gordonswaby.com Gordon Swaby

    I would be lying if i said i didn't agree with you Graham, but with technologies like these it's expected that it will be tempting and useful and just like everything else in this world it has it's pro's and cons. Re: the attachment and not being able to live without…i WHOLEHEARTEDLY agree with that. I've been cellphone less for the last 3 days and it's been a wreck. I was so attached to my blackberry it isn't even funny, and i did not realize how attached i was until i lost it:( oh well



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