Besides a 15 foot cubed augmented reality "classroom" and STEM field site in all 8k languages, and for digital libraries and museums, in each of all 8k languages (which I've explored in this blog before) - like Google Street View with TIME SLIDER with OpenSim, but more precisely, and for group building and scientists wiki adding of their own computer modeling, I wonder how many further ways we could use a 15 foot cubed augmented reality "classroom" AROUND us?
Here are some possibilities:
~ Digital humanities' project
~ Digital history around us from film/news, and back to archaeological evidence from 3700 years' ago - http://scott-macleod.blogspot.com/2016/05/hathor-excellent-stanford-talk.html
~ Digital stage set / opera space / rock stage
~ Digital hospital / operating room
~ Digital brain at atomic (nano), molecular and neuronal (cellular) levels (vis-a-vis the Connectome project and Tom Dean's modeling, for example)
~ Digital galaxy for scientific space travel
~ Digital store (any place of commerce on earth)
~ Digital ecosystem
~ A film production set
~ Synthetic biology/evolutionary biological laboratory which could give form to virtual species that are being developed out of old DNA ...
~ Archaeological sites for STEM researchers (and tourists) through time in a realistic virtual earth with TIME SLIDER in all languages (see, too - http://scott-macleod.blogspot.com/2016/10/organisms-at-high-altitude-how-will.html)
~ A way to travel to the a 1968 Grateful Dead concert and be in the middle of it, and then with time slider to travel to a 1978 show, all by adding Youtube videos and converting them to avatars and augmented reality ...
Grateful Dead - Rare Cuts and Oddities 1966
And all with machine translation, AI, and machine learning between all 8k languages ...
Re WUaS realistic virtual earth/universe w Youtubes<>Avatars in 8k Langs @joi MIT sch of https://t.co/Bq7Q7q6D7H & https://t.co/vxgscq8DxS?— WorldUnivandSch (@WorldUnivAndSch) October 10, 2016
Visit the Harbin Gate here,
and 'walk' down the road to Middletown, California, in Google Street View:
Scutelleridae: Open "Naked Harbin Ethnography" book from within 15 ft cubed augmented reality "LIBRARY" around you from BATH TUB & enter Harbin warm pool~culture?, "Naked Harbin Ethnography" available on the Kindle in a week! How will this emerge in 15 ft cubed augmented Library or Museum or Harbin warm pool AROUND YOU? Future of the Augmented Reality Library in Photohttp://scott-macleod.blogspot.com/2016/09/scutelleridae-open-naked-harbin.html
A special order arrived today. My office at @IBMResearch is now a treasure trove of #VR gear. pic.twitter.com/TOIetvcwVS— Aldis Sipolins (@AldisSipolins) September 9, 2016