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Google x

  1. 1. Google X
  2. 2. Created byAravind NC,Kerala, INDIAContact :Facebook.com/aravindncaravind_n_c@yahoo.co.in
  3. 3. What is Google X ?• Google X Lab• A secret R&D facility run by Google.• Thought to be located somewhere in California.• Overseen by Sergey Brin.• More than 100 futuristic projects are said to be under way there.
  4. 4. What Might Google Do?
  5. 5. a space elevator project• a space transportation system• main component is a ribbon-like cable anchored to the surface and extending into space• It is designed to permit vehicle transport along the cable from a planetary surface, such as the Earths, directly into space or orbit, without the use of large rockets.
  6. 6. a space elevator project• a system capable of lifting a payload miles into the sky in order to put it in orbit, – which could theoretically be more efficient than sending it via a spacecraft launch. – the top of the elevator would be attached to Earth by an immense cable.• the problems to be overcome include, – the immense weight of a miles-long cable – the mechanical system that can operate a car vertically over such a great distance.
  7. 7. space elevator
  8. 8. connecting home appliances to web• Connecting home appliances to the Internet is another idea thats been batted around in the past.
  9. 9. What is this ? Any idea ?
  10. 10. project - google glass• an augmented reality head-mounted display (HMD) aka. a glass with a Smart Phone.• purpose, – the hands-free displaying of information currently available to most smart phone users, – allow interaction with the Internet via natural language voice commands. – It’s brings the internet world and real world together.
  11. 11. google glass – basic components• 802.11 b/g 2.4GHz WLAN• a low-energy Bluetooth 4.0 radio• bone-conducting sound technology• a side-mounted touchpad• an Android-powered display,• a tiny webcam,• a GPS locator• an Internet connection node built into one side of a pair of glasses• microphone for voice commands
  12. 12. google glass
  13. 13. google fiber• an experimental broadband internet network infrastructure using OFC.• up to 1000 Mb per second,• 100 times faster than todays average Internet, allowing you to get what you want instantaneously.• ZERO buffering;• everything will be ready to go when you are. So whether you are video chatting, uploading family videos, or playing your favorite online games, all you need to do is click and youre there.• download a movie in 10 seconds… • Kansas city on 2011
  14. 14. google fiber - features• Your DVR can do more – Record up to eight programs simultaneously, – two terabytes of storage• All your content in one place – 200 HD channels, tens of thousands of shows – movies on-demand (including Netflix)• Crystal clear HD – A bigger pipe means less compression. – Luckily, Googles ultra fast Fiber network has more than enough bandwidth to ensure you get HD in all its glory ... with nothing left behind.• A terabyte of cloud storage – Things happen… But no matter what happens to your computer or mobile devices, your files are safely stored in Google Drive. – Keep everything. Share anything. – Google Drive is everywhere you are - on the web, in your home, at the office and on the go.• Fast and powerful Wi-Fi – Enjoy super fast Wi-Fi speeds with 802.11a/b/g/n - max 75MBps – including 3x3 MIMO antennas and – dual concurrent radios.
  15. 15. google fiber
  16. 16. Nice car. Huh ?
  17. 17. Google’s Self Driving Car• it is capable of sensing its environment and navigating without human input.• Radar• Lidar• GPS• Computer Vision• The U.S. state of Nevada passed a law on June 29, 2011 permitting the operation of driverless cars in Nevada.
  18. 18. Benefits• Fewer traffic collisions, due to the autonomous systems increased reliability and decreased reaction time compared to human drivers.• Increased roadway capacity and reduced traffic congestion due to reduced need for safety gaps and the ability to better manage traffic flow.• Relief of vehicle occupants from driving and navigation chores.• Higher speed limit for autonomous cars• Removal of constraints on occupants state – in an autonomous car, it would not matter if the occupants were under age, over age, blind, distracted, intoxicated, or otherwise impaired.• Alleviation of parking scarcity as cars could drop off passengers, park far away where space is not scarce, and return as needed to pick up passengers.• Elimination of redundant passengers – humans are not required to take the car anywhere, as the robotic car can drive independently to wherever it is required.• This would be especially relevant to trucks, taxis and car-sharing services.• Reduction of space required for vehicle parking.• Reduction in the need for traffic police and vehicle insurance.• Reduction of physical road signage – autonomous cars could receive necessary communication electronically• Improved fuel efficiency
  19. 19. Android @ Home• an initiative that lets Android apps discover, connect and communicate with appliances and devices in the household.• Android Open Accessory – dev’s can build new hardware accessories that work across all Android devices.
  20. 20. Google Go 1.0 : Are You Ready For It?• Go is an expressive, concurrent, garbage- collected programming language.• once you write a program, then it will be compatible with all the future versions of Go, which is a unique and great thing about it.• High-speed compilation.• More @ http://golang.org/
  21. 21. hello-world.gopackage mainimport "fmt"func main(){ fmt.Println("Hello, World")}
  22. 22. What is DART ?• open source Web programming language developed by Google.• The goal - "ultimately to replace JavaScript”.• Works on client-side• more easily tooled for large-scale projects and better security features.• object-oriented.• Checked mode/ production mode• Dart -> Compile -> Js = Run• Chrome : Dart -> Dart VM -> Run

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