The book of inspiration

May 30, 2015

Designing for virtual reality

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May 29, 2015

Laser visualized

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To make this work, she and her colleagues constructed a camera sensitive enough to pick up those few scattering photons. It is built from a 32 by 32 grid of detectors that log the time a photon arrives at them with incredible precision, equivalent to snapping around 20 billion frames a second.

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May 27, 2015

Richard Alan Miller

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3D Audio Machu Picchu Hike

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Prince Rupert’s Drop

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130,000 fps!

May 23, 2015

Wake me up

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May 22, 2015

OctaneVR

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Render a panoramic VR image for Otoy’s ‘Render the Metaverse’ contest and you could win up to $35,000 in cash:…

 

May 20, 2015

chemtrail D-ABVW LH710

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Website says this flight path opens tomorrow. Flightradar lost it mid russia.

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Kybalion

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Apparently, this book comes to your attention when you are ready to receive it

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May 17, 2015

JADE HELM

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JADE HELM will not be battles directed by Generals and Military Commanders, but by a computer. JADE “learns” from results of previous executed scenarios. In other words, it re-writes it’s own program on the fly.

The generic population, at this point, is not qualified to understand, handle nor mitigate such an immediate threat of the asymmetric military AI.

The persons delivering the JADE fully autonomous robots, skynet, are building a new form of enemy. Once such new enemy is operational, no human can help those persons, as they are too weak to conceptually understand the variables linked to the situation.

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May 15, 2015

Mastering the human domain – Perception Management

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Meanwhile, unacknowledged transponder-less non-civilian chemtrail planes go unintercepted.

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Notice the perception management via Ahmed.

 

On April 7, a war between Russia and NATO forces defending the three Baltic republics was avoided by just twenty feet. A senior Estonian official explained to me in vivid detail how on that day a Russian Su-27 fighter jet buzzed a US military plane over the Baltic Sea, only veering off after coming within twenty feet of causing a mid-air collision. Such an event could have prompted retaliation by NATO and possibly given Moscow a pretext for invading Estonia (population 1.2 million), where a few NATO planes are now based.

Several times a month since the conflict in Ukraine began, Russian jets have been buzzing Western military and civilian flights over the North Sea and as far off as the English Channel and the Atlantic. The European Leadership Network (ELN), a non-profit research group devoted to European security, has recorded dozens of close military encounters between Russian fighter jets and Western planes since the Russian annexation of Crimea in March 2014, a majority of them over the Baltic Sea. At least eleven were described as “serious incidents of a more aggressive or unusually provocative nature.” Some of these incidents, like the April 7 near miss, had a “high probability of causing casualties or a direct military confrontation between Russia and Western states.”

These incidents have occurred across Europe and near the coast of the United States and Canada. In March 2014, a Russian reconnaissance plane with its transponder turned off nearly collided with an SAS passenger plane fifty miles southeast of Malmo, Sweden. “A collision was apparently avoided thanks only to good visibility and the alertness of the passenger plane pilots,” the ELN found. And last summer, an armed Russian fighter flew within ten meters of a Swedish surveillance plane flying in international airspace between Sweden and Latvia.

For the three tiny Baltic republics of Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania, the situation is particularly unnerving. Russian fighter jets based in Kaliningrad can be over Baltic airspace within minutes of takeoff, leaving hardly any time for air traffic controllers to respond. And many Russian military planes fly with their electronic transponders, which make them easy to track, switched off. With no sign of the confrontation between Russia and the West over Ukraine coming to an end, what most frightens the peoples of Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania is not war by design but war by accident.

NATO officials at last month’s annual security conference in Tallinn, the Estonian capital, made no bones of the fact that they were being challenged in the air by Russian President Putin almost every day, and that Russia was essentially leaving it up to them to take precautions to make sure there was no accident. One official described some Russian pilots as almost kamikaze in their reckless fly-bys of NATO planes and forays into Baltic airspace. According to the ELN, Latvia has recorded more than 150 incidents of Russian planes approaching its airspace since March 2014, while Estonia has recorded numerous Russian violations of its airspace in the same period.

The three Baltic republics have a combined population of just six million people. They have the highest standard of living among the former states of the Soviet Union with a per capita income of nearly US $27,000; and they are also the only former Soviet states to become members of the European Union and the European currency union. They are model states for democracy, respect for human rights, and transparency, and have among the highest rates of Internet access in the world.

But the mood in all three countries is dark. At the Tallinn conference, Baltic presidents and NATO officials were unusually blunt in describing the extent to which the security architecture in Eastern Europe has collapsed, how Russia poses the gravest threat to peace since World War II, and how the conflict in Ukraine and the loss of the Crimea has left the Baltic states on the front line of an increasingly hostile standoff. Amid these tensions, the thought of a plane crash leading to war seems scarily plausible.

As if this were not enough to worry about, there was also discussion of nuclear weapons. In recent years, Russia’s defense budget has increased some 50 percent, with a large chunk of it going to nuclear weapons. Russian President Vladimir Putin has made clear that Russia’s annexation of Crimea could be defended by both nuclear and conventional military means, and at the Tallinn conference, Radosław Sikorski, the Marshal of the Polish parliament, said that Russia’s military strategy appears to have changed to allow the first use of nuclear weapons.

Others spoke of the influence on Russian public opinion of the Kremlin’s portrayal of the conflict in Ukraine, which it describes as a Western military aggression against a pro-Russian population that must be met with Russian force if necessary. As a result, nuclear weapons have once again become an acceptable part of the debate in Russia, with Russian TV bolstering the idea of nukes just being one more tool in the Russian arsenal. One official told me that new opinion polls in Russia show that large numbers of Russians are ready to discuss the possibility of nuclear war with the West and that some 40 percent of young people believe that Russia could win a nuclear war with the US and Europe.

In fact, as NATO Deputy Secretary General Alexander Vershbow made clear, NATO has been taking Russia’s nuclear threats quite seriously for some time and has also been preparing countermeasures, including ways to pre-empt Russian use of small scale tactical nuclear weapons, which Russia might consider as a strategy to end the war on Russian terms while avoiding an all-out nuclear war. For example, some participants in the discussion in Tallinn outlined a scenario in which Russia might threaten to use nuclear weapons over a dispute such as Ukraine or an invasion of the Baltic states, but then might ultimately choose to use a tactical weapon with a small blast range on a European city or a Western tank division. Vershbow himself was so blunt that the moderator Nik Gowing of the BBC had to check constantly that his comments were on the record.

Being from Pakistan, I tend to be more concerned about the spread of the Islamic extremism than the spread of the new Russian empire. But I was struck nevertheless that the new rhetoric that is emerging from Russia about nuclear weapons—including statements in the Russian media last year that Russia is “the only country in the world capable of turning the USA into radioactive dust”—is in some ways as chilling as the Islamic State discussing the annihilation of all Shia Muslims and minorities such as the Yazidis in the Middle East.

For now, though, the greatest threat may come from Russian fighter jets. It’s not clear that NATO has a strategy for dealing with these everyday provocations. To some extent, NATO forces can meet the Russian incursions by scrambling their own jets and making clear it is ready to defend Baltic airspace. In 2014, for example, it conducted over one hundred intercepts of Russian aircraft, triple the number of the previous year; nearly seventy “hot” identification and interdiction missions were conducted off the coast of Latvia alone. Talks, trade sanctions, bluster, and appeasement have all been tried at one time or another and nothing has worked with Putin. This week, NATO sent a thousand troops to take part in the largest military exercises ever staged by Estonia. But Baltic leaders also want the US to permanently deploy more military forces in Eastern Europe, and Washington has been reluctant to do that.

Meanwhile, the deliberate Russian near misses continue, and it is largely up to the Western planes, caught be surprise, to simply get out of the way.

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April 22, 2015

William Mount

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Objective to keep people confused?


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April 20, 2015

David Lynch

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April 9, 2015

GameDev Days

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Make your games fun to watch!

Invest in a game.

Everyone can upload a build into the appstore. That is not publishing.

Protect your shares and license your IP.

You can not hire in IT guy to build a game.

Mostly people watch the people who speak. Faces are important.

Everytime I spend money, I want to feel it makes me progress, it makes me comfortable.

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April 8, 2015

Wearality

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The big break through for me with Wearality is the high quality experience without all of the usual HMD setup friction. I have been using Oculus for over a year but constantly find myself fiddling with the cables and the motion tracking and even occasionally have to check drivers when using on a new machine. With Wearality I get a high quality experience that I can share with people on planes, in restaurants or anywhere

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April 5, 2015

Thought Form Magicians

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Do you believe that sound and color can change the personality of a human being?

Do you believe consciousness will win over matter?

Could you create things out of nothing with your mind?

Cognise means you pull them to yourself, until you become them.

it’s about souls, our multi-dimensional energy becoming trapped in a lower vibrational dimension. 3D, the “playground” where all your dreams can come true – the lower chakras.

It depends how high is the consciousness. DNA working 70%. They can create things by thinking about them.

When the master touched anyone, he touched the innate. And the innate woke up.

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March 30, 2015

You have been identified with a group of protesters

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You have been identified with a group of protesters

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March 29, 2015

Unique Experience Collector

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The price of anything is the amount of life you exchange for it.

Unqiue experiences. Collect them. What is the one thing you cannot not do next?

Life always costs everything.

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March 26, 2015

Paul Hellyer

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UFO’s are as real as the airplanes flying overhead

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A320

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plausible deniability, streisand

who was on this flight?
Yvonne Silke (American) was on board the plane and she worked for a CIA contractor in the Pentagon at the Defense Mapping agency – Codeword: Intelligence.

… The manual override that keeps the cockpit door locked only lasts 5 minutes, per TV reports. That would leave 3 to 5 minutes to storm the cockpit and take at least some evasive or corrective action.

The Hadron Collider at Cern WAS in operation that day and at that moment, and shut down shortly after the plane crashed.

The public will not be informed.

The public will never learn the truth, as in all such cases electromagnetic interference is dismissed, the profits and jobs involved in the airline industry taking precedence of the truth.

A320 is a full fly by wire aircraft. If a pilot pushes a pedal or pulls a lever, it is not hooked up to the mechanics in any way whatsoever. And if this A320 was equipped with collision avoidance, this full fly by wire attribute most likely would not have allowed it to hit the mountain, most likely it would have pulled up on time and missed. If this is the case, then the fighter jets would have been needed to shoot the tail flaps out, which are needed to make the aircraft pull up and if the tail is disabled, the collision avoidance would not have been able to stop the crash.

Absent the tail, the plane could still proceed at full throttle into the mountain and whatever debris came off the tail would most likely have simply followed the plane into the mountain and not left a separate debris path. This fits the eyewitness scenario quite well, and would explain the roaring sound people heard continue for several seconds, this could have easily been caused by a missile launch to blow the tail out.

Several French jets were behind Germanwings BEFORE it began its descent (how did they know if they didn’t do it?) and followed it all the way down to make sure what happened.

Both pilots were rendered unconscious, the plane was put in a gentle 3000/min autopilot descent which was steady and constant all the way to the ground. Mission accomplished. I doubt they needed to shoot out the tail as the terrain warning system was unlikely to be able to compensate for this. After observing the results, the fighter pilots returned to base.

they probably told the fighter pilots there was a nuke on board the airbus, and after the fighter pilots landed they were killed. Most probable scenario.

A plane carrying at least 148 people crashed in southern France on Tuesday en route from Barcelona to Düsseldorf.  The crash site is at 2,000 meters altitude and extremely remote.

… all pilots at least know very well that armored cockpit door cannot be ‘smashed down’ from outside by human force if locked from cockpit.

GERMANWINGS 4U9525 PLANE HOAX CHECK LIST-version 1.33

☑ No Solid Evidence of a Plane Crash
☑ Hoax with Motive
☑ Known Previous Hoax Plot (Malaysia Airline MH370, Indoneisa AirAsia QZ850)
☑ Recent History of Government Staged Hoaxes in Countries (Germany, France, Spain)
☑ Fake Looking Scenes
☑ Site Not Open to Public View, Can’t Be Seen by Public
☑ No Actual Evidences (no plane, dead bodies, luggage, fuel burn marks, crater or damage in ground)
☑ Very Easy to Stage (just scatter a bunch of debris all over, place a few pieces of old used plane parts)
☑ Cheap Hoax (no plane, nothing but some garbage spread all over)
☑ Very Suitable Location for Staging Plane Hoax (can’t easily access or seen by public due to high mountain range, cliffs, steep rocky slopes)
☑ Very Few Videos and Photos
☑ Blurry Videos & Photos of Site
☑ No Dead Bodies Seen by Anyone (just like Sandy Hook)
☑ Not Logical
☑ Not scientific
☑ Blame It on “Crazy Suicidal Pilot” (like Malaysia Airline MH370, AirAsia QZ850)
☑ Anderson Cooper Reporting
☑ Creepy Color Hypnotism
☑ Donation Pages
☑ International Political Hoax Cooperation Between NWO Nations
☑ Subliminal Programming (subconsciously connecting suicide with Golden Gate Bridge which is well known for hundreds of people jumped off and killed themselves)
☑ “Missing Passengers”
☑ Laughing “Rescuers”
☑ Relaxed “Rescuers”
☑ AirBus A320 Jet Like The Strangely “Crashed” Indonesia AirAsia QZ850
☑ Sandy Hook and Boston Marathon Hoax Style Ambulances in Drills
☑ Happy Crisis Actors
☑ NWO Agenda
☑ Plane Remote Control Agenda
☑ Police State Agenda
☑ Fake Evidence: intentionally created and planted evidence, a small piece of plane part clearly shows plane code exactly in the center, while the rest of the plane “shattered” into pieces.
☑ All Talks But No Evidence
☑ Unbelievable Story
☑ Psyop Related
☑ No Close Up Video or Photos of Debris
☑ Passengers Vaporized Into Thin Air (same old stupid lying fairy tale used for WTC 9/11 scam, Pentagon “plane attack” and plane crash at Shanksville.)
☑ Well Organized Photo Op Set Up to Give Illusion of “World United”.
☑ Old Wrecked Flight Voice Recorder, Not Freshly Damaged

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March 19, 2015

Innate is now listening more than ever

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Thoughts have energy.

Talk to yourselves.

Innate is the smart body of the human being.
Innate is now listening more than ever.
It is listening for instructions.

Innate is also connected to the higher self in a specific way.
It is also connected to your consciousness, which gives you intuition.
What you say to innate controls your intuitive thought.
Wherever you go in the world, you are structured by what you expect.

Innate is trying to give you what you concentrate on.
Innate will help you create synchronicity.

You can control your reality, by what you say, by what you think.

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March 18, 2015

Ultrahaptics

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Sense feedback by directed and shaped ultrasound.

Audio hints to get the player gaze at the wanted direction

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March 14, 2015

YouTube 360 Degrees of Madness

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PS. WordPress your new editor sucks! I like the old editor.

March 11, 2015

Room Constructed

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March 9, 2015

Project Windstorm

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Look what I found. Asynchronous content loader based on the count of cameras on the target.

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March 4, 2015

A phone call

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But it is not just a phone call. It is an idea you want to communicate. An idea you want to bring forward. It is an alignment of synchronicity you have the motivation and intent to accomplish. A phone call enables to take the next step by placing a piece of the puzzle set.

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March 3, 2015

space port on Ceres

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February 25, 2015

Mobile VR Jam Contest

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At first it looks like just another 3D-projection. But the magic unfolds once you start moving your head. The headset creates a whole virtual space: Look up and you’ll actually see a lamp on the ceiling. Look left and a whole room appears. It even lets you stand on a rooftop with a 360-degree view of a city, including a jaw-dropping view to the streets below.

 

Samsung says the new headset is 15 percent smaller than the original

The final upgrade is the introduction of a USB port, which lets you charge your S6 while it’s inside the headset.

S6 has no removable battery and no MicroSD card slot.

Come April, Oculus will hold a Mobile VR Jam with prizes totaling $1 million. The company is incentivizing the creation of virtual reality games and experiences for the Samsung Gear VR headset, which Samsung built in collaboration with Oculus.

Dates: April 13, 2015 to May 11, 2015. Winners announced on or around June 4, 2015.

I like the concept of boundary sensory cues.

I like the concept of rotating the ship by the direction you look at.

Oculus VR opted to build an IR-LED array into the DK2. The array is tracked by an included CMOS camera which captures frames 60 times per second.

until Out of Camera Range.

I like the astral body view

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February 18, 2015

VR Creative Leadership

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An app to manage ideas, papers, time, negotiations, contacts, contracts, accounts and companies.

One can start by exploring all his business contacts. Such contacts relationships to each other shall be visualized.

All nodes are interactive, can be activated by gaze or other input devices.

How many coffes do you have with them?
How often are you calling them?
How often are you emailing them?
Whats the tenor of the communications?

This app will allow one to visualize and manage his company all in VR. The app is connected to other data sources and devices in local WiFi.

 

An app could pop into field of view if the local WiFi UDP broadcast can pick it up. First we could keep it as an icon. Then load the app into invisible iframe and postMessage about the environment it can live within. First step towards interactive thought forms.

The scoped app will want to query interfaces, see if the host is talking the same language.

 

while it’s a great feat to control your cursor with your head, it actually gets a bit annoying over time and I would prefer to control the pointer with a different device.

a 360 turning chair is an ultimate must for the 360 VR experience. One piece of hardware I’ll predict is an augmentation device for regular office chairs that controls their rotation

They could have at least made the GearVR a hub and allow another usb entry to charge a connected device.

I really like that the original image is shown on screen as well. You feel so lost guiding somebody else when you don’t see what they’re seeing. It’s like helping your mom browsing a website over the phone

With the GearVR you can sit in a rotating chair and really go 360.

The default demo app has a keyboard full of toggles built in. I love that. It allows you to demonstrate certain features, like low FPS, wire frames, latency, etc. While purely interesting for engineering or development reasons, I really dig that sort of thing.

-Peter

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February 10, 2015

David Wilcock: unacknowledged hollow moons

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Can you?

It only takes ONE White Crow … to prove all crows aren’t black ….

… it is not cool for data to be deleted

Moon creates tides.

What about the mass concentrations on the moon?

… the upper half of TiaMa’at was carried into a new orbit between Mars and Venus. This became the planet Earth and its moon

It is hard to track, manage all the plausible versions of the rewritten history.

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