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Sixth Sense Technology--Projection Interface Device--MUST SEE!!

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posted on Jun, 27 2010 @ 01:33 AM
reply to post by Maddogkull
Hi, when she mentions 10 years, she is not referring to the device being presented/demonstrated. She is referrring to a more advanced version of what they are working on now. Her words, "It's not perfect yet. It's very much a work in progress, and who knows, in another 10 years, we will be here with the ultimate sixth sense brain implant.

posted on Jun, 27 2010 @ 01:36 AM
See , no one would beleive me, this is only a wake up call as to what is to come.
Once the computer become aware, this will be the companion, the watcher, they will be our childrens guardian, and the crimnasl guard.

[edit on 27-6-2010 by googolplex]

posted on Jun, 27 2010 @ 01:37 AM
reply to post by Whine Flu
I was actually watching the Sixth Sense when I saw this post.

posted on Jun, 27 2010 @ 01:46 AM

Originally posted by tothetenthpower
reply to post by SpartanKingLeonidas

I see where your coming from, but this technology would be a VERY small stepping stone toward something like Minority Report, I don't even think you can put them in the same category.

It's also in it's infancy as far as the technology goes, the input/output would be the same of any normal hardware such as a PC, just a different means of interactivity.


also to be fair you dont know anything, thats just your assumption. do you honestly think they are gonna show you the "latest" in technology? the pinnacle of all that they work on? please tell me you aren't that gullible. they are 10 years beyond what they are showing you here, maybe even more than that.

technology is the new religion that they control the masses with

posted on Jun, 27 2010 @ 01:49 AM
This is like so many tech devices we all own; totally useless.

When I buy a book, I don't care what Amazon has to say about it. I'll buy it if I'm interested in the story.

As for toilet paper personal criteria; just try it and find out if you like it. If you do, you have a device already implanted in you for future reference; it's called memory.

As for meeting someone and getting all that data; who cares? You don't get to know the person, you find out what other think of them.

Plus the fact that all info is displayed using a projector. Meaning you see it, but so does anybody else around you.

But whoever develops this will push it and they will be backed by the marketing industry and TPTB. No more thinking for you, little human. Buy what we tell you to and think what we want you to.

posted on Jun, 27 2010 @ 01:52 AM
Reminds me of the torcs worn by people in the Julian May books - Nonborn King etc. A torc around the neck might be a stylish way of wearing such a device as this.

This is transhumanism - it is open to massive abuse, that scares me, it also seems to be inevitable - I think for the future we must firstly integrate with machines, then finally become machines - else they will simply evolve ahead of us, and will probably kill us off.

posted on Jun, 27 2010 @ 02:00 AM
reply to post by mailboxuser2009

It is consumerism. Money to be made. I don't like how intrusive it is. Scanning people, pulling up their facebook information. I can imagine it being used as a surveilance device, unbeknowst to the user, also it's another way to capture our buying habits in order to make us better consumers. I agree with the person who posted, we have cell phones that already do the same things. Now what if you are injured, don't have the use of your hands, what then?

posted on Jun, 27 2010 @ 04:44 AM
If someone can walk up to me and only have to point their finger to see what my interests are, my criminal back round, my schooling background, my full name including middle name, the woman I have dated, How many times I buy so and so a month... NO THANKS. That is a invasion of privacy. What If I am a boss of some huge company and use this.. Every person I interview I can judge just because the device shows me stuff they have posted ANYWHERE on the internet. Hell the CIA/FBI/Government would use this to see who is a ATS member. hahahhaha

[edit on 27-6-2010 by SneakAPeek]

posted on Jun, 27 2010 @ 05:17 AM
This is really cool stuff if it was real but it's not. The device is an idea demonstrated by a student who came up with it all in this fantasy to create a high tech sixth sense device (probably for his school project). It only puts the vision out there to where the computer industry could be headed although I highly doubt it is practical hanging technology around your neck. I don't even think that this would even work with today's technology. These demonstrations are all acted out by a movie that's playing from the projector but wouldn't your hands and arms create shadows or block the view of the projector? Animations? It's funny too because motion detection devices are just now being introduced for game consoles by all major leading companies. Companies that innovate don't let the rabbit out of the hat like this. Sorry but it didn't take 3 months for a "student" to develop such a high tech device let alone the user interface and OS.

Also the idea of having a brain implant? Yeah right. There goes your privacy and insecurity. Maybe terrorists like Alex Jones can bank off of you people with his gloom and doom tactics or in simpler terms his insidious mind control.

[edit on 27-6-2010 by WISHADOW]

posted on Jun, 27 2010 @ 05:27 AM

Anyway, about this newly emerged tech: I can hardly wait to get my hands on it as a digitally learning Gen Y'er and a typical Aries that likes to be on the new, ESPECIALLY if it seems like it works, which it does to me so far. I see it being able to be utilized (as far as it's projection method is concerned) privately, IN PUBLIC, although visual distortion screens for laptops and whatnot are nothing new and do the same thing.

Mod Edit: off-topic part removed.

[edit on 27/6/2010 by ArMaP]

posted on Jun, 27 2010 @ 05:52 AM
Pranav Mistry is one of the world's leading tech thinkers. What you're missing is this technology is being given to the world OPEN SOURCE. You build the device yourself using open source code. THIS IS FREE. You can modify this however you want and build something that benefits yourself and your community. He used two simple desktop mice and a digital camera. He's encouraging you to think for yourself using technology instead of waiting for another shiny box to buy.
John Underkoffler was the technical advisor for Minority Report. He based the Hollywood stuff on his own real technology which is, at this point, much more advanced than even he thought possible.
I'm glad I have never seen films like Matrix or the like because I think it's clouding most people's view of what being presented here. I hate to sound cruel, but most of the responses here seem informed by fiction which is surprisingly sad. The exciting things in technology are being done by people who get their fingers dirty helping the majority of humanity that is suffering from a lack of education. Pranav is bringing this back to India because his people need it. It's not for you to buy; it's for you to marvel at and learn from.
Spend more time at websites like TED Talks rather than the trifle you get in the conspiracy world and you'll see REAL PEOPLE doing REAL THINGS to benefit other REAL PEOPLE.
I've always found it ironic that the ones who demand other people should WAKE UP are the people that should wake up themselves.

posted on Jun, 27 2010 @ 07:31 AM
reply to post by mumma in pyjamas

£11,000 ? are you retarded ? Yes there is always mark up and yes companies have to recoup R&D but they also have to create a product people will actually buy. If a company didn't believe tech costs would drop sufficiently to make the product economically viable they wouldn't bother researching it.

My 500GB hard drive costs about £70, 10 years ago a 4gig hard drive cost £450, comercial 500gig drives didn't really exist but if they did, you wouldn't have seen change from £5000

When this thing finally goes to market it will probably be an addon for an existing phone and yeah, it'll probably cost the same as a top end mobile phone does today. a couple of years after that you'll be getting them as free gifts in cereal packets.

£11,000. Come on. Supply and demand dude. You remind me of some of these guys:

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[edit on 27-6-2010 by pyehouse]

posted on Jun, 27 2010 @ 07:39 AM
Did anyone else notice how old this video is?
September 2009. I'm pretty sure I saw that guy with different colored finger pads even before then.

This stuff is looking really old already compared to Xbox Kinect and similar devices coming out. No need for funny controllers or motion capture points anymore

posted on Jun, 27 2010 @ 07:50 AM

Originally posted by MonsantoTriffid
Did anyone else notice how old this video is?
September 2009. I'm pretty sure I saw that guy with different colored finger pads even before then.

This stuff is looking really old already compared to Xbox Kinect and similar devices coming out. No need for funny controllers or motion capture points anymore

Kinect definetly is an intriguing device, although without real world testing, it's impossible to say just how well it will work. We all thought the first 360's were going to be great too. 3 rings of death later...

And since does something become ancient after a year? All this negativity in this thread from folks who are basically saying that I'm an idiot for not knowing this existed before.

There's no need to be rude.

This is not directed at you by the way, just in general.

Yes the tech has been available since the 90's, but this is one of the the first development projects to make the product widely available and super cheap.

As another poster pointed out, the fact that this would be open source is also a big plus. You would be able to build your own versions and make it do pretty much anything.

posted on Jun, 27 2010 @ 11:45 AM
This is very worrying indeed, companies are move focused nowadays on providing us with electronic technology at a cheaper price than they are about ploughing money in trying to change our consumer habits and selfish greed.

Very worrying!

posted on Jun, 27 2010 @ 11:46 AM
reply to post by Maddogkull

No, she said ten years for a brain implantable version!

Thanks OP, interesting stuff.

[edit on 27/6/2010 by spikey]

posted on Jun, 27 2010 @ 12:28 PM
One poster mentioned the projected data will be readable by others.

Enforcement can use an infrared projection viewable only through dataglasses, or a virtual projection (HUD) via dataglasses and eye/brainwave tracking to impliment this device.

So you, the citizen (victim) would be clueless about the SUPER POWERS of the extortionist, er, pardon, ENFORCER in front of (or behind) you.

This is miltech, it is intrusive, it is frightening.

I will only sign up IF PAID to wear it.

(see my datashades?)

posted on Jun, 27 2010 @ 12:30 PM
The sad thing about this technology is that it is not needed. Humans have already been blessed with these abilities without having to have a technological interface. All it takes is taking time to go out to nature, quieting the mind, and then letting the Universe remind you of the abilities that you already have. Eventually, in order to make this technology work, you will have to have a chip put into your body, either in your hand or in your forehead. Once you do this, you will have effectively blocked your body's natural abilities to connect to the real internet, or the Universe itself.

I know of many who have abilities just like this without the added need for technology. We are all inherently blessed by the creator with amazing senses and applications. Technology is just a poor replication of what already exists.

Namaste and love

posted on Jun, 27 2010 @ 07:34 PM
reply to post by PsychoX42

also, it already gets me angry that women these days have their heads buried in their phone worried about their facebook pages and texts.

its really hard to find a quality woman these days, i think technology like this further alienates them from mankind. of course men can be this way too but i can only speak from my point of view!

this can't really help personal relationships can it? LOL

posted on Jun, 27 2010 @ 08:37 PM
Cool technology, bit scary though...Hmmm, I wonder what it would project on George bush, Obama...could be interesting, what about a cop, a porn star. Yep this could be REALLY interesting...

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