The book of inspiration

May 22, 2015


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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 17, 2015


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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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April 8, 2015


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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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March 18, 2015


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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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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.


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January 22, 2015

holographic processing unit

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new ways to create the things we imagine


Because when you change the way you see the world
you can change the world you see

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November 8, 2014


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The PN66T module is designed for mobile devices like smartphones and wearables and enables converged deployment of a broad set of transaction related applications such as mobile payment, access control, transit, and authentication.

The module combines a highly secure Smart MX2 element (P61), Near Field Communications (NFC) radio, operating system and trust provisioning. To accelerate the deployment and meet the increased demands around mobile transactions, PN66T features a loader service, which enables service providers to easily deliver new applications by significantly simplifying the value chain of deploying credentials to devices.

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August 26, 2014

Microsoft Windows Version 6.3

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  • I like Windows 98, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7
  • I dislike Windows 8


  • I like my accounts local. Microsoft acounts, please fk off.
  • I like my blurry aero glass. Where the fk is it?
  • I like my START menu. Where is it?
  • Metro, are you lost? Can I disable it?
  • Task Manager. What the fk?
  • Nagware. Your PC has been unprotected. I cannot close the damn window. I can interact with apps but cannot click?
    Kill process ‘Consent UI for administrative applications’
    Uninstall McAffe nagware.
  • WTF. At the next reboot McAfee LiveSafe is still phishing me?
    Program Files/Common Files/mcafee/platform/McUICnt.exe
    Right Click on Start Menu
    Programs and Features
    uninstall McAfee
    unistaller scares with Your PC is at risk!

HDMI secondary display not detected?

go to “second screen” and then while plugging in the hdmi cable at the same time with the mouse choose the connection you want, either duplicate, second screen only, extend or pc screen only.
Apparently the connection is recognized when you click on a choice WHILE plugging in the hdmi cable.

Windows 7 SDK Visual C++ Compiler will not install for Windows 8. 

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August 19, 2014

Sounds of Street View

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Can we log into a drone Eagle with our Oclus Rift to fly and explore the earth yet?


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July 15, 2014


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I wonder, now that we have async/await available for Web Workers, how would it compare to WebCL. The performance gain running your physics on GPU needs to overweigh the pain of writing and debugging WebCL kernel code. This will likely not happen before 2018 as it has already taken 4 years for WebGL to reach this far. Cant find it in blink source either.

The future for GPU compute in Firefox is ARB_compute_shader, which is now part of ES 3.1.

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May 31, 2014

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… a distributed system that can move seamlessly between servers, borrowing techniques from other industries where latency is key the way that mobile phones stay connected even when users move between cell towers.

…  “You don’t have to worry about scaling if someone tweets a link to your game and 30,000 people pile in,” says Narula.

Now, the difference is, the server will be your phone running on a 3G data connection.

… to allow for live development, so the system world is always on and developers can continually push content and improvements to it

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April 19, 2014


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This memo describes how to use Adobe’s Secure Real-Time Media Flow
Protocol (RTMFP) to transport the video, audio, and data messages of
Adobe Flash platform communications. Aspects of this application
profile include cryptographic methods and data formats, flow metadata
formats, and protocol details for client-server and peer-to-peer

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December 31, 2013

To Protect and Infect: The militarization of the internet

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[…] your metadata, chained contacts and content will be stored for 15 years

  • Here’s a PDF file containing images Appelbaum showed in the talk


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September 18, 2013

The Doom Piano by David Hayward

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September 1, 2013

WebGL Doom

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August 19, 2013

Sentiment Analysis / Opinion Mining

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Telephone Traffic

  • Opinion target: entities and their aspects (features) – a fingerprint with a query
  • Sentiment: positive or negative
  • Direct/indirect opinion holder: persons (source with agenda) who hold the opinions
  • Time: when opinions are expressed

Now what if I told you, your devices can do real time analysis of your opinions. What if the system was able to monitor global opinion and has the means to come up with events to change the required opinions . Whose side is your device on?


Whenever you need to make a decision, you will need to consult the perception of reality of yourself and other people.

Opinion collection is no longer limited by your circle of friends. It is global.

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June 11, 2013


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[…] It’s about controlling any damning information from reaching epidemic proportions. It’s damage control to the extreme. It’s about the upcoming censorship of the internet in the name of national security. The plans are already in place.

“There’s no way to rule innocent men. The only power any government has is the power to crack down on criminals. Well, when there aren’t enough criminals, one makes them. One declares so many things to be a crime that it becomes impossible for men to live without breaking laws.” – Ayn Rand


[…] But that’s the funny thing about how data is used by our current government. It’s used to createsuspicion, not to confirm innocence.

[…] he Navy has almost finished outfitting the nuclear-powered submarine USS Jimmy Carter with state-of-the-art technology for undersea fiber-optic taps, according to people knowledgeable about it.

[…] The free market is compromised, privacy is gone, the money is gone

[…] Yet no one is saying their own comments are gone, which means everyone who is posting can see their own comments in full, and are probably wondering why they are not getting any response from other people on the forum.This is accomplished by having the forum replicated many many times on a supercomputer somewhere, with a separate reality for everyone posting to it.

Would you be surprised, if Mr. Eric was one of the morphed virtual persons produced by the holonet, as documented 911 victims, yet this time still alive? The ultimate turing test? What if this virtual person was powered by a powerful AI to enable two way video conference? When holonet skynet is known widely, noone can trust the anonymous internet as history will be rewritten and your memories replaced.

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May 19, 2013

The Beginning Of The End Of CIA Google

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… a lot of google people will go to prison, and they do not even know it

front company

A subsidiary or shell company used to shield another company from liability or scrutiny. A front company can be used to protect a parent corporation or brand from negative publicity in the event of a mishap, and may also be used to conceal illegal activities.

Facebook was indirectly funded by the CIA with the goal of learning and storing everything there is to know about you. Why? To monitor and ultimately control.

Up to now, the CIA has been organizing color revolutions using Twitter, Facebook, Youtube, and so forth as vehicles. … This is an operation which must be exposed.


[…] I see a future where you own your devices. And those devices work for you. They do not share any information with others.

[…] The question I have is: why the F**K should I share my network of contacts with these commercial entities.

[…] They’ve burned too many bridges at this point, to such a degree that at this point, I assume that if Google was behind it, it’s only a matter of time before they drop support.


[…] What is intuition? The body is always scanning for future events!

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May 12, 2013

Keep the movies fresh

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… There was an exchange program in place to “keep the movies fresh”, so old film reels were returned to America, along with the disguised rolls, where they were then loaded onto GIANT magnetic tape recorders and played back. The bandwidth was up to 3 mhz per channel, up to 256 channels, which allowed one tape to store every signal of significance originating within a nation for the length of time the tape ran.

.. Total data storage on one of these tapes was equal to many petabytes.

… NSA does not like signals stored digitally, because they look for such small subtleties in the signal for source identification, and nyquist noise is a major hindrance.

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May 9, 2013

Time Lines

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People living in fear will be stuck in 3rd density.

To a person going with the process, all they see is growth and improvement. To those left behind, they
see chaos and destruction.

get back in touch with the planet, as a living, intelligent entity.

Consciousness doesn’t grow from being told facts—it grows from the search for them

hurricanes are the product of “co-magnetic thredules” in the Earth’s core

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May 8, 2013

Intel Perceptual Computing Challenge

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This software development competition is seeking innovative ideas for a
software application (“App”) using Intel’s new programming Software Development Kit
(“SDK”) which can be used with a web camera that is able to perceive gestures, voice and
touch (on screen). The idea must fit one (1) of the following categories:
Category 1: Gaming,
Category 2: Productivity,
Category 3: Creative User Interface,
Category 4: Open Innovation.

We’ll select up to 750 finalist proposals. Users can have more than one idea proposal selected as a finalist.

First Place Prize of $75,000 + $12,500 in Marketing and Development Consultations

It’s been a while since there has been any disruption in the way we interface with traditional PCs. The Intel® Perceptual Computing Challenge wants your apps to change that.

We’re looking for the best of the best. Check your semicolons twice and really think about how you can change the world of computing. You can register and submit your ideas until June 17, 2013

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May 7, 2013

Predictive Programming – The Guillotine Simulator

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How long does it take for you to realize the email sent by a family member to you was faked? At what point will you be unable to differentiate history, real world events from media, movies and staged fake flag events? What if history was to be rewritten in real time? Time is running up. HOLONET

zombie (1)

… The reality is that most people don’t have the patience, time,resources or inclination to find out what is really going on out there.

… The greatest trick the Devil ever pulled was convincing the world he didn’t exist.

Willing Suspension of Disbelief

You can ask an audience to believe the impossible, but not the improbable.

Suspension of disbelief can be broken even in science fiction when a show breaks its own established laws or places said laws outside of fiction.

[…] You see suspending your disbelief is a stress on the mind, you’re asking your brain to ignore what it knows to be true. You’re saying “Hey brain, you know how people can’t fly? Well screw you, this guy can.” And your brain grumbles a bit but then does as you ask and accepts the fact that people can now fly. And then you say “Hey grey matter, vampires exist.” More grumbling, but Mr Brain plays the game. And then in the last chapter of the book when the protagonist is struggling to disarm a bomb, his faithful dog sidles up to him and says “Oi, Jeff, just cut the bloody blue wire already.”

“No,” replies Brian the Brain, “just no! Flying, yes. Vampires, yes. But dogs do not just randomly start talking because it’s bloody convenient.


to manipulate someone into questioning their own sanity; to subtly drive someone crazy

[…]  there must be a few seconds or more after your head is chopped off until you lose consciousness. Its not like being shot through the brain. They say Hearing is the last to go, so you can hear the reaction of the crowd as you die

… a precise shot of paralytic to the top of the spinal cord, followed by a photorealistic rendering (through the goggles) of the goggles being removed… to reveal the severed-head’s view of the “real world” simulation room. Dim lights to black; leave them there to contemplate.

… They’re not laughing because anything is particularly funny. It’s the sort of laughter that is created by an inappropriate joke or a stressful situation that is avoided.

This speaks to the quality and efficacy of the simulation – it elevates stress enough that it causes participants to need to ‘laugh it off’.

… Would a “little” damage to the limbic system, for instance, make it difficult for people to remember things that happened in the past?

Would constant reminders be helpful in shaping memory, allowing some events to remain important while others faded away? Would this help keep people easy to control?

Well we have news. Science is already censored. Lots of secret science is conducted, and has been conducted. Secret science and technology has been kept hidden to create a huge technology gap, and this huge technology gap allows evil people to play God with you and your loved ones.

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April 30, 2013

Organized Bloggers vs psy-op

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  1. clearly define the mission so that it aligns with national objectives
  2. need a PSYOP estimate of the situation
  3. prepare the plan
  4. media selection
  5. product development
  6. pretesting – determines the probable impact of the PSYOP on the target audience
  7. production and dissemination of PSYOP material
  8. implementation
  9. posttesting – evaluates audience responses
  10. feedback

This isn’t the first time music has been used to influence the masses. One just has to look at history. Music is constantly being used to brainwash us, influencing our behaviors and our perception of reality, as well as changing and creating cultures! Remember how hip-hop used to be about spirituality and humanity?


If the programmed subject is told to walk into an armed camp and assassinate an enemy leader, the subject will carry out his program with no regard to his personal welfare, whether he lives or dies, or how he is supposed to escape.

… Even under the ‘truth serum” drugs, the subject cannot reveal the truth because his conscious mind has no access to it.

… Waco was a “Open Eyes” operation.

… Whenever a government covert operative breaks his cover and begins to tell the truth, he/she is either jailed or killed.

… You can always judge the authenticity of serious reporters or investigative journals by paying attention to the things they have said about Project/Operation Monarch.

… Programmed terrorists are used by the NWO governments around the world to cause the citizens to give up their freedom and demand a police state to keep them safe. Once the police state is in place, the lessons learned from experiments like Jonestown can be used to program and re-educate the population in concentration camps

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April 16, 2013

Google Glass API

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On January 15, 2015, Google announced that it would stop producing Google Glass.

Google has released documentation to the Mirror APIs, the API to program against Google Glass.

The second guide was slightly more technical, so when he returned a little later I asked him about the Debug Mode option. The reaction was interesting: he kind of looked at me, somewhat confused, and asked “wait, what version of the software does it report in Settings”? When I told him “XE4″ he clarified “XE4, not XE3″, which I verified. He had thought this feature had been removed from the production units.

… the Debug Mode option is the equivalent of the typical Android “Enable USB Debugging” option: it allows you to connect to the device over USB via adb.

… It knows all your passwords, for example, as it can watch you type them. It even manages to monitor your usage of otherwise safe, old-fashioned technology: it watches you enter door codes, it takes pictures of your keys, and it records what you write using a pen and paper. Nothing is safe once your Glass has been hacked.

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April 9, 2013


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A 24 hour day will seem to about 16 hours or less



[…] By the year 2025 the United States will own the weather



Woodpecker: transmitter only a few kilometers southwest of Chernobyl and the receiver about 50 km northeast of Chernobyl… 31-bit pseudo-random binary sequence

Why does HAARP remind me Zak McKracken? Mind Control at 20m 22s.

Thee are atleast 17 HAARP stations around world.

7.83 Hz earths pulse rate – makes person feel good

10 Hz is used to put people into a hypnotic state.
10.80 Hz causes riotous behaviour
6.6 Hz causes depression.

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March 26, 2013

leadercommunciator platform

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A strategy is only a strategy until someone acts on it.

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March 18, 2013

How to do this in WebGL?

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