Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Egrets stroll: Watsu, Tablets, in designing virtual Harbin, Screens on 4 sides? "Lifelong Kindergarten | MIT Media Lab," where you can play online NOW

‎... is excited to plan for tablets, in designing virtual Harbin, but also for unexpected developments in virtual worlds ... I would guess it won't be long before some rooms have screens on all 4 sides, and that this could later become a kind of virtual immersive pool, for example. Will such projections be self-standing, not needing walls or screens, eventually? ... interesting Water Dance / Water Shiatsu School potentials ... http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Watsu_-_water_shiatsu ~~~ Check out the videos here ... :)

‎(.... and, as ethnographic field site for actual/virtual comparison, and a first, World University & School 'classroom' - idea exchange spaces ...)


Very nice glimpse into virtual world developments, with mesh technologies ... and holiday message, from Bernhard Drax :)


Just added "Lifelong Kindergarten | MIT Media Lab," where you can play online NOW -
"Many of our online interactions take place in community spaces. We keep track ... You can sketch musical instruments on paper and play them with your finger. ... " ... to the Media Lab at World University and School - http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Media_Lab_at_World_University_and_School , where YOU can begin to innovate, in ways you create, WIKI-wise.

Stempel thinks companies want to innovate ... http://blog.media.mit.edu/2011/11/how-does-society-react-when-technology.html ... and open, free World Univ & Sch will be open to innovators in them, as well ...


Sep Kamvar's presentation, and all of them, are wild -

and here:
http://www.media.mit.edu/events/movies/video.php?id=nun-2011-10-13-6 (not sure where this page went - there were three presenters at this event, I think).


Media Lab at World University & School is planned potentially for 3,000-8,000 languages ... that's a lot of playing :)

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