Where is our life goes with this sixth sense technology? Just watch this.....

6th sense technology - Pranav Mistry with the demonstration of his invention.
India
November 30, 2009 9:00am CST
Hello world, I really admire this technology, "The sixth sense technology", invented by Pranav Mistry. Recently I heard about this technology and I really amazed and I have really no words to say more. Everyone uses computer should watch this. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YrtANPtnhyg (Not a referral link) Here comes the interaction of the physical world with the digital world. Not a robot, not a machine but everything physical. I am really amazed by the knowledge of this person. He is an Indian and he is really rocking when he says, he is going to release this technology with open source coding. Just watch this and let me know your views guys... Have a technological future.... Cheers
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@RawBill1 (8542)
• Gold Coast, Australia
30 Nov 09
WOW! That is really amazing stuff! That is truly incredible technology. I can definitely see that this is the way it will go. Technology has already gone more mobile in recent years with people using their phones for everything, but this takes it to a whole other level that only a few years ago would have been only only possible in science fiction movies!
@Maggiepie (7821)
• United States
30 Nov 09
[b]It's ironic that you mention science fiction (SF) technology, especially in movies, as I recall a fantastic scene in that film starring David Bowie, called "The Man Who Fell to Earth," in which a woman on a different planet is shown unrolling a thin, flat computer screen, & looking at a communication from her husband who's on earth (disguised to look human). I was struck by that bit of technology, & here, now, we have a man playing a video game on a piece of paper. It looked so similar to that scene I was startled! I've always known that the best SF was just future stories that would someday be true (in many, many cases, at least). I was frankly impatient for the day we'd have spaceflight, computers, force fields, nano-technology, mapping the human genome, cloaking devices, time travel, anti-gravity, et al, knowing that the scientists (the original writers of 20th century SF, for several decades) knew what they were predicting was possible! So far, I've been right! We have every one of those things! Some are still in their infancy (such s sub-molecular time travel & anti-gravity--thanks to super-colliders), but all have been achieved. I can't wait for cold fusion! Maggiepie "WHERE'S THE BIRTH CERTIFICATE?"[/b]
@RawBill1 (8542)
• Gold Coast, Australia
1 Dec 09
Yeah, I think that a lot of the scientists get their inspiration from early Sci-Fi movies. The funny thing that I remember about these shows from the 1960's is that when they were portraying life in the early 21st century like the year 2000, they always had flying cars and things like that. I remember the cartoon The Jetsons having video phones and at the time thinking how wonderful that would be and now I take it for granted that I can chat face to face to someone anywhere in the world via Skype!
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@Maggiepie (7821)
• United States
6 Dec 09
[b]Some may. In fact, I know that certain Star Trek fans grew up to get into complex technologies--many in NASA! But the real irony is that, originally, 99% of SF was written by scientists for other scientists! The film-makers only got into it much later, & as they weren't scientists, it was pretty poor stuff, with rare exception. They were more "inspired" by making a fast buck than by science. For example, long before we had telecommunication satellites whizzing around the world in space, Arthur C. Clarke was writing such technology into his early fiction! So, if you make a call to another country on the other side of the world, or even to space, you owe Mr. Clarke a grateful thank you! Maggiepie___^..^
@Hatley (161789)
• Garden Grove, California
30 Nov 09
hi that is so fascinating wow It is amazing and while I think I am fairly intelligent, he is miles above me, this should really revolutionize the way we do things on the computer. No wonder you say he is rocking, for a person who looks quite young he is really a genius and yes his knowledge is fantastic.This will be very interesting to watch. thanks for sharing this with us mylotters. good luck God bless.
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• India
30 Nov 09
Hello Hartley, Yes.. the guy is really a genius. He worked for some 8 years in this technology after he finishes his college. I really an admirer of modern technology and how it evolves in the mind of a person. God id really good in making these great brain persons... Cheers... Have a nice day always...
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@paula27661 (15900)
• Australia
2 Dec 09
That was so interesting! This guy is a genius isn’t he? I am not all that technologically minded and I have no idea of how Pranav Mistry does any of this but he has crated computer technology without a computer! It does not seem real, it remarkable! I love the book review while simply holding it! I don’t know whether I would ever use it but it is definitely impressive! This man is extremely clever...
• India
3 Dec 09
Really I hope so.... We can use it in the next coming years. Many companies can use that technology according to their interest and their customer satisfaction as Pranav gives it as a open source which is available for everyone who knows programming to modify as per the requirement.
@yugasini (12814)
• Anantapur, India
30 Nov 09
hi phillip_shiny, thanks for the new discussion,first time i have to open and seen the site youtube,how can i view the above said thing in that time,i have tried and keep quite,without seeing how can i comment on the discussion,so let me know how to operate the site youtube,have a nice day
• India
30 Nov 09
There is nothing to operate in youtube.com. Just paste the link I have provided and wait for the video to load and see it. Provided, you have the flash player plugin installed on your browser. Otherwise, it simple says that to download the flash player and I advise to follow the link it provides and installed the adobe flash player plugin to your browser.
@Maggiepie (7821)
• United States
30 Nov 09
[b]I can't say I really understand it, but I have to admit, it does blow my mind! I'm not even sure what most impressed me, though that "TV" piece of paper (paper?!) has to be close! Thanks for the "heads up" about this! Maggiepie "WHERE'S THE BIRTH CERTIFICATE?"[/b]
• India
30 Nov 09
It is just without a mouse and a keyboard but everything that is within the mouse is on our hand and in that technology he has.. I am really amazed by this... Thanks for coming into this discussion,.. Cheers,.. Have a nice day always...
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@alottodo (3062)
• Australia
1 Dec 09
Wow! what can I say? this is really amazing thank you for sharing it with us I just love it!