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Presentation on topic The Future of Technology in Daily Life, Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, 2011

Presentation on topic The Future of Technology in Daily Life, Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, 2011

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  • 1. THE FUTURE OF TECHNOLOGY IN DAILY LIFEMRR, FEI STU BRATISLAVAGEJZA NAGY, 22.11.2011
  • 2. TOPICS
  • 3. e PNEUMATIC WIRELESS TANGIBLE TACTILE POWER USER INERFACE DISPLAYS HOLOGRAPHIC TV WORD LENS NOKIA MICROSOFTHUMAN FORM PRODUCTIVITY FUTURE VISION
  • 4. WIRELESS POWER
  • 5. RESEARCH MIT Prof. Marin Soljačić, November 2006
  • 6. HOW IT WORKS 5m RESONANCE ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES
  • 7. WITRICITY 7 U.S. PATENTS
  • 8. WITRICITY 60W BULB, 2 METERS DISTANCE
  • 9. TANGIBLEUSER INTERFACE
  • 10. TUI = PHYSICAL ENVIRO + GUI PHYSICAL GUI ENVIRO
  • 11. TANGIBLE USER INTERFACE
  • 12. PNEUMATIC DISPLAYS
  • 13. PNEUMATIC TACTILE DISPLAYS
  • 14. PNEUMATIC TACTILE DISPLAYS
  • 15. HOLOGRAPHIC TV
  • 16. TV - STILL ALIVE 32% OF PRODUCTIVE TIME A TYPICAL U.S. CONSUMER WATCHES 5 HOURS AND 9 MINUTES OF TV A DAY. ACCORDING TO NIELSEN
  • 17. TV - STILL ALIVE 22% OF PRODUCTIVE TIME YOUNGER ADULTS 18 TO 24 YEARS OLD —THE SUPPOSED DIGITAL GENERATION— VIEW 3 HOURS AND 30 MINUTES ON TELEVISIONS DAILY ACCORDING TO NIELSEN
  • 18. 3D TV 3D GLASSES
  • 19. 3D TV ANNOYING
  • 20. HOLOGRAPHIC TV / PATENT BY APPLE
  • 21. A HOLOGRAM
  • 22. APPLE ACQUIRED C3 TECHNOLOGIESFROM SAAB AB, A SWEDISH AEROSPACE AND DEFENSE COMPANY.
  • 23. WORD LENS
  • 24. WORD LENS
  • 25. NOKIAHUMAN FORM
  • 26. NOKIA HUMAN FORM DYNAMICALLY FLEXIBLE PHONE WITH ELECTRO-TACTILE FEATURE
  • 27. PRODUCTIVITYFUTURE VISION
  • 28. MICROSOFT PRODUCTIVITY FUTURE VISION
  • 29. MICROSOFT PRODUCTIVITY FUTURE VISION
  • 30. cDISCUSSION
  • 31. SOURCESHTTP://WWW.MIT.EDU/~SOLJACIC/WIRELESS_POWER.HTMLHTTP://ETECHMAG.COM/2011/07/12/CHARGING-YOUR-ELECTRONIC-DEVICES-WIRELESSLY-WITH-WITRICI-TY.HTMLHTTP://EN.WIKIPEDIA.ORG/WIKI/TANGIBLE_USER_INTERFACEHTTP://2.BP.BLOGSPOT.COM/_HYO3CMNH2MK/TNZD4GEHJXI/AAAAAAAAAFS/ZBHUWHXPBEA/S1600/RE-ACTABLE_MULTITOUCH.JPGHTTP://WWW.CHRISHARRISON.NET/INDEX.PHP/RESEARCH/PNEUMATICDISPLAYSHTTP://WEB.MIT.EDU/NEWSOFFICE/2011/VIDEO-HOLOGRAPHY-0124.HTMLHTTP://WWW.THOUGHTGADGETS.COM/2011/09/HOW-APPLE-WILL-BUILD-HOLOGRAM.HTMLHTTP://WWW.MACRUMORS.COM/2011/11/01/VIDEO-WALKTHROUGH-OF-C3-TECHNOLOGIES-3D-MAPPING-PROCESS/HTTP://WWW.FLICKR.COM/PHOTOS/SAABGROUP/6333341607/SIZES/O/IN/PHOTOSTREAM/HTTP://QUESTVISUAL.COM/HTTP://SIMONCPAGE.CO.UK/BLOG/WP-CONTENT/UPLOADS/2009/08/TRON-LEGACY-DESKTOP.PNG
  • 32. THANK YOU. GEJZA NAGY l LINKEDIN.COM/IN/ZIGUS t @ZIGUS