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DARPA’s holographic imaging system hopes to show objects behind a wall or around a corner – Eraser anyone?
04/28/2016 – 18:21 Kim Cobb
SMU’s Lyle School of Engineering will lead a multi-university team funded by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) to build a theoretical framework for creating a computer-generated image of an object hidden from sight around a corner or behind a wall.
The core of the proposal is to develop a computer algorithm to unscramble the light that bounces off irregular surfaces to create a holographic image of hidden objects.
Similar technologies purused by MS Hololense as reported in this IMS blog entry:
MS Hololens in nursing
4 Great Curation Tools Created by Teachers for Teachers
April 28, 2016
Edshelf is ‘a socially curated discovery engine of websites, mobile apps, desktop programs, and electronic products for teaching and learning. You can search and filter for specific tools, create shelves of tools you use for various purposes, rate and review tools you’ve used, and receive a newsletter of tools recommended by other educators.
a free service from nonprofit Common Sense Education designed to help preK-12 educators discover, use, and share the best apps, games, websites, and digital curricula for their students by providing unbiased, rigorous ratings and practical insights from our active community of teachers
find out content related to your topics by ‘reviewing your suggestion lists and the topics from other curators
social learning platform that allows teachers to curate and share educational content. Some of the interesting features it provides include: ‘Explore top quality education resources for K-12, create clips from the web, Drive, Dropbox, use your camera to capture awesome work that you create in and out of the classroom, create whiteboard recordings, create differentiated groups and share content with them, create Personal Learning Portfolios, create Class Portfolios as a teacher and share Assignments with students, provide quality feedback through video, audio, text, badges, or grades, collaborate with other users on eduClipboards for class projects or personal interests
IFTTT Recipes for Social Media Marketers
this is a step-by-step handout how to utilize IFTTT
More on IFTTT in this IMS blog:
Survey: What Gen Z Thinks About Ed Tech in College
more on Gen Z in this blog:
Generation Z bibliography
Could HoloLens’ Augmented Reality Change How We Study the Human Body?
Microsoft’s forthcoming AR headset, HoloLens, is at the forefront of this technology. The company calls it the first holographic computer. In AR, instead of being surrounded by a virtual world, viewers see virtual objects projected on top of reality through a transparent lens.
“With a computer or tablet, we always have to look at a screen. … The technology is always in between the people. With HoloLens, the technology very quickly becomes invisible, and we have seen groups of people have very intense interactions around models that are completely digital — they aren’t really there.”
More on wearables in this IMS blog:
Kindle Oasis vs Kindle Paperwhite 3 Comparison Review
Doris Lessing on political correctness:
it is passed over from the Communist times…
John Cleese on why he stopped going to university campuses:
The Amazing Human Body – Winner of the 2015 Prezi Awards – Best Educational Prezi
More on effective presentations, rules for presentations and free visual resources in this IMS blog:
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