Frontier? Build it in a realistic virtual earth, i.e. this realistic VIRTUAL flag first, then create this with actual robotic drones in air? (Intel's engagement will help ...)
You don’t need fireworks to say Happy Birthday America.
This is what it will look like when @intel makes an American Flag out of 500 Drones:
You don’t need fireworks to say Happy Birthday America.— scott budman (@scottbudman) July 4, 2018
This is what it will look like when @intel makes an American Flag out of 500 Drones: pic.twitter.com/p2gaAyIGBu
Build a realistic virtual earth - and at the atomic and cellular levels too - as a new "build-it" frontier - and facilitate all ~200 countries being able to do STEM commerce in, set up small businesses, etc. (e.g. in China, Nigeria, Switzerland, Mali, India, Yemen, etc. ...)
It's a brand new frontier ... which we humans can build forever, basically!
See, too, this ACTUAL Wonder Woman from drones ...
See, too, this ACTUAL Wonder Woman from drones ...
Amazing night. Hundreds of drones over the skies of LA to celebrate the blu-ray release. Wow!!! pic.twitter.com/4ML4YkjKgY— Patty Jenkins (@PattyJenks) September 15, 2017
ACCESSIBLE from here too ~
And will MIT's Cheetah 3 robot https://twitter.com/MIT/status/1014894137794088962 … become "Faster than a speeding bullet, more powerful than a locomotive, able to leap tall buildings in a single bound. The infant of ...Superman!" > https://wiki.worlduniversityandschool.org/wiki/Robotics How can WUaS help & in a 3D realistic virtual earth?
And will MIT's Cheetah 3 robot https://t.co/4QHIWmT5Cf become "Faster than a speeding bullet, more powerful than a locomotive, able to leap tall buildings in a single bound. The infant of ...Superman!" > https://t.co/a53n3kl75l How can WUaS help & in a 3D realistic virtual earth?— WorldUnivandSch (@WorldUnivAndSch) July 5, 2018
MIT’s Cheetah 3 robot can now leap and gallop across rough terrain, climb a staircase littered with debris, and quickly recover its balance when suddenly yanked or shoved, all while essentially blind. http://mitsha.re/36cY30kOs9d
MIT’s Cheetah 3 robot can now leap and gallop across rough terrain, climb a staircase littered with debris, and quickly recover its balance when suddenly yanked or shoved, all while essentially blind. https://t.co/xrYLXxYKav— Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) (@MIT) July 5, 2018
Video: MIT Biomimetic Robotics Laboratory pic.twitter.com/f9GpmAujIo
You might enjoy this tweet from yesterday, which I posted to my two Twitter feeds below:
Happy 4th of July & Independence Day! Methinks I have an ancestor who accepted the sword of surrender from the British in 1780 - "as George Washington's second in command, he formally accepted the British surrender at Yorktown" (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Benjamin_Lincoln …) http://scottmacleod.com/ScottMacLeodFamilyHistory.htm … ~
Theodore Lincoln Chadbourne isn’t in Wikipedia, but I found this about him newly -
But here you can read some of Theodore Lincoln Chadbourne's letters right now from 1845 -
These may be pictures of our ancestor Theodore Lincoln Chadbourne - http://fortchadbourne.org/uploads/3/5/1/3/35138819/5060714_orig.jpg - accessible from here http://fortchadbourne.org/military.html (and in archive.org).
And Dad is in Wikipedia - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gordon_K._MacLeod.
As are my two books listed here - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harbin_Hot_Springs - and someone has added recently the OCLC number, next to the ISBN for "Naked Harbin Ethnography." (I think a woman named Merrilee Proffitt put it there. She's a colleague / digital friend in the Bay Area who went to Cal, who's a OCLC librarian in the affiliated with Wikipedia's Online Computer Library Center project). And as you know WUaS donated itself for co-development to Wikidata/Wikibase in 2015 (which is Wikipedia's structured knowledge database "backend"), and received our new "front end" wiki last year in 2017 called WUaS Miraheze MediaWiki of which this JS Bach wiki page is an example - https://wiki.worlduniversityandschool.org/wiki/Johann_Sebastian_Bach - but our "front end" isn't yet connected with our Wikidata "backend".
With regard to both family history, American history and the 4th of July, you might enjoy my colorful post from yesterday - https://scott-macleod.blogspot.com/2018/07/plant-ecology-rainbow-gathering-is.html ...
Time to read in full the books about our ancestors, too: Nancy Horan's "Loving Frank" and Jim W. Corder's "Hunting Lieutenant Chadbourne" :)
And have you looked through this before - http://scottmacleod.com/ScottMacLeodFamilyHistory.htm ? What would you add to it, both text/evidence-wise - or oral history-wise, beyond what you mentioned last night, that Aunt Martha knew Eleanor Roosevelt through the International League of Women Voters and related groups? (What did they talk about?:)
So, so much is missing from history ... into a realistic virtual earth - think Google Street View with Time Slider - and for adding videos, of which I would think there might be some of Aunt Martha Briscoe ... and then to turn this into 3D interactivity with avatar bots.
Hoping to hear back from the NSF soon ... and heading to Stanford this evening for a talk.
How are you and what are you up to today? It was nice to talk with you last night.
Plant ecology: Rainbow Gathering is happening now - July 1-7 - in a national forest in northern Georgia ... Chattahoochee National Forest ... The Rainbow Gathering has great understandings of FREEDOM ... and in US National Forests ... since 1972 ... Freedom in the US - constitutionally - and in developments with representative democracy since 1776 and beyond 2018 and into the 2020s ... eg 1st Amendment, On with writing my third book - this one of poetry too - and while this too is an expression of freedom (with a focus on loving bliss neurophysiology generation eliciting) ... , In what ways could we best turn a realistic virtual earth ... into a WORKSPACE, as well as a PLAYSPACE re virtual Harbin (and ethnographic STEM field site too)?, Happy 4th of July & Independence Day! Methinks I have an ancestor who accepted the sword of surrender from the British in 1780 - "as George Washington's second in command ...- http://scott-macleod.blogspot.com/2018/07/plant-ecology-rainbow-gathering-is.html
Rainbow Gathering, in Sante Fe, New Mexico, the day after - the 4th (July 2009)
https://photos.app.goo.gl/L1u4opGhMftqKDp17 … #GooglePhotos (To Sociology, Hippies, Anthropology, Virtual Worlds, Counterculture, 1960s + https://wiki.worlduniversityandschool.org/wiki/Subjects @WorldUnivAndSch @HarbinBook ...
Rainbow Gathering, in Sante Fe, New Mexico, the day after - the 4th (July 2009)https://t.co/rubWtMXs7o #GooglePhotos (To Sociology, Hippies, Anthropology, Virtual Worlds + https://t.co/rxewstJae3 @WorldUnivAndSch @HarbinBook ...— HarbinBook (@HarbinBook) July 5, 2018
With regard to this recent Chadbourne / Brown / MacLeod family history I posted also today, July 5, 2018, see, too :
14-spotted Ladybird: Recent Chadbourne / Brown / MacLeod family history, Here's a photo of us, M, ... And some other fairly recent photos (of Scott MacLeod - moi)https://scott-macleod.blogspot.com/2018/07/14-spotted-ladybird-recent-chadbourne.html