At the beginning of his presentation, he is covering so many things so fast, that he left a lot of people scratching their heads. It is really great now to be able to watch it again and again and again :-)
Things that they are working on in the lab. Covered in the first couple of minutes:
- Internet Zero
- Internet Protocol survived 7 orders of magnitude of growth. Let's bring the lesions learned from the Internet to physical goods.
- Computers as building materials, you spread it out like paint.
- Fault tolerant digital fabrication
- ... Much more you should really check it out.
This is also a mayor shift in your personal power the more things you can create on your desk, the less you are depending on the current corporate powers. One reason I can't wait to get my own little Nanofactory.
This trend is one of the reasons why the rights to the blueprints, the intellectual property is heating up.
It is so funny, the Internet Archive is giving you thumbnail pictures, one shot per minute unfortunately only for the first 30 minutes. Because Neil had to rush to the airport, we didn't do the round of introductions, this is why we only have pictures of Neil and me this time.
Mark your calendar: Next Future Salon Friday 22nd about the Future of Radio.
Future of Radio? Isn't that an old technology? Yes, but what happens when you put the intelligence into the software and give the radio flexibility that wasn't there before? Matt Ettus will give us an introduction. More soon.