This is definitely coming. But on a sidenote because I really can’t tell, somebody please ask Charlie Rose “Whaaaaaat are those?”
As Google’s driverless cars have logged more then a million miles in the past six years, the rest of the auto industry is racing to keep up. Computer scientist Ralf Herrtwich hits the road with “60 Minutes” correspondent Bill Whitaker to demonstrate Mercedes-Benz’s most advanced self-driving prototype. Watch the full story Sunday on “60 Minutes.”
iRobot is on the way according Dir. of Engineering, at Google, Ray Kurzweil.
via Daily Mail UK
In this video Ray Kurzweil discusses his predictions about radical life extension, singularity, life expansion and the imminence of physical immortality. He invites participants to the second international Global Future 2045 congress (June 2013)http://www.GF2045.com.
“If we have radical life extension only, we would get profoundly bored, we’d have profound existential ennui, running out of things to do, and new ideas, but that’s not what’s going to happen. In addition to radical life extension, we’re going to have radical life expansion, we’re going to have millions of virtual environments to explore, we’re going to literally expand our brains.”
The future is here. I can definitely see this being something very popular in a few years for vacations.
The Glass eyewear perches a screen just above a person’s ordinary field of view; the device itself is equipped with a processor, camera, head-tracking orientation sensors, and other electronics drawn from the smartphone industry. Google began selling Glass developer prototypes called Explorer last year for $1,500 that are due to ship this year.
The most innovative guys on the planet. lol.
New feature from Google. In a few years this will probably be commonplace. Google is still Evil but they make cool stuff.
Now you can talk instead of type to search on google.com. All you need is Google Chrome 11 or higher and a built-in or attached mic. Learn more about Voice Search at: http://www.google.com/insidesearch/voicesearch.html
This is straight up next level amazing.
A sneak peak at WebGL Camp #2 (www.webglcamp.com) of a web3D medical application called the Google Body Browser. Built using WebGL and running natively in supported browsers. Visit http://bodybrowser.googlelabs.com to experience it. More on this and other technologies on my blog http://damonhernandez.blogspot.com.