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AIC Seminar Series

EyeTap Digital Eye Glass vision 2020 and the "Consitution for the Corporeal Frontier"

Steve MannStanford University[Home Page]

Notice:  Hosted by Richard Waldinger

Date:  Tuesday, July 18th 2017 at 4:00pm

Location:  EK255 (SRI E building)  (Directions)

   Abstract

In my childhood in the 1970s, I invented a new kind of vision that enabled me to see sound waves and radio waves, in coordinates in which the speed of sound or speed of light was zero (http://wearcam.org/par/). This invention, the world’s first wearable augmented reality computer, was essentially a new kind of lock-in amplifier that made otherwise invisible phenomena visible.

In the early 1990s I used this in my application to MIT where I ended up founding the MIT wearable computing project as its first member (http://wearcam.org/nn.htm) and inventing HDR (High Dynamic Range) imaging (http://wearcam.org/hdr.htm).

Presently I’m interested in helping people see, and inventing the future of DEG (Digital Eye Glass), as well as creating the technical, philosophical, legal, and ethical standards for what analysts predict will be the most widely used device on the globe.

I’m looking for one or more co-authors to join me in writing the "Constitution" to guide the world through the next iteration of technological progress. As cyberspace routes around national borders, the only border that really matters is the corporeal boundary.

My talk will end with a discussion of this "Constitution for the Coporeal Frontier", and an invitation for some of you to join me as "Founding Fathers and Mothers" of this important social, technical, technological, scientific, legal, and ethical movement.

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