Technology Goals near and far in our future
When I talk with others I often make up a few good stories of what new technologies of tomorrow will do for you today.
I'm into those cool things that work for people.
I'll start with Corning Glass and let you send in the next technology goal of your near furture.
When you view this video that I found on the root of my Onda v972 V3 Dec. 2013 I want you to think what you could design, develop and build in your own home, small lab or in your shed.
I've know many electronics people that could do work like this without thinking twice.
The issue was the value which we put on an item was much more than what the market was willing to spend.
Let's make it so all can develop and build by allowing all access to the core components we need.
I would like to create for the physical world more than the online world.
To do that I need to have the physical components to develop my project and to bring them from Alpha to Beta to Final Production that I want to do on my first hundred pieces. After that let's let those that mass produce take it away for a share.
When I develop I typically develop based on feedback from visitors and from the markets.
I want to setup a physical world environment online so you can give feedback to some of the projects we electronics people are into.
I read a story about a Mesh Network Lightbulb. The idea behind having a lightbulb networked so it could be controlled better was awesome.
But if we have a low speed mesh lighting system couldn't we use the backbone to transfer other data?
It's limitless when you have the components in hand and are willing to spend the hours testing and designing.
That's what makes us all different yet all the same.
Let's build that device from the components you create.
Enjoy this video and with all copy toward Corning I hope they one day offer small developers the chance to do big things.
In starts in the physical world.