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Debera Harward
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Re: Nightmare creations
Debera Harward   9/16/2013 2:38:46 PM
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According to me if this technology flourish it wil really be a boom in medical sciences as well. It will to read the brain of people who cant speek, People in Comma, suffering throught strokes and so on . Getting brain informations of all the above mentioned patients will definitely be an advancement in technology.

Debera Harward
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Re: Nightmare creations
Debera Harward   9/16/2013 2:33:37 PM
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Charles, I totally agree with you there is definitely a very big gap of adoptig technology between youngsters and Old age people. Testing any new technology , taking feedbacks , asking for hands on definitely youth will be the best option because they are more open to changes and new things they have fresh and active brains and it functions more appropriately and wisely as compared to elder people.

Ann R. Thryft
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Better or lazier?
Ann R. Thryft   9/16/2013 1:19:08 PM
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notarboca's mention of CGI makes me wonder: does more detailed visuals such as better CGI also help us create more detailed images in our minds--or does it make us lazier? In any case, it will be interesting to see if these experiments actually work to giver people the necessary feedback to learn how to create more detailed images and objects.

Ann R. Thryft
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Re: Nightmare creations
Ann R. Thryft   9/5/2013 12:12:42 PM
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I agree, Rob. I hope this technology gets good enough to use in the next few years so I can try it.



notarboca
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Re: Nightmare creations
notarboca   8/30/2013 8:33:11 PM
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You're right, I can't imagine a movie without some form of CGI.  It will be interesting if this experiment with children strengthens concentration skills so as to more readily create objects.  Very intriguing.

Cabe Atwell
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Re: Nightmare creations
Cabe Atwell   7/31/2013 7:39:05 PM
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This Design News Staff member is great! Great article!

I wish we could see some of the creations here on this page.

Fascinating...

C

Rob Spiegel
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Re: Nightmare creations
Rob Spiegel   7/30/2013 7:17:02 PM
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If older people pass on this, it will be their loss. I don't think I missed anything by not jumping on texting. But this may be a different story.

Charles Murray
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Re: Nightmare creations
Charles Murray   7/30/2013 7:06:54 PM
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I believe it, my design. Kids grasped capacitive touch technology faster than anyone, even the people who designed it.

Rob Spiegel
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Rob Spiegel   7/30/2013 7:03:56 PM
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Excellent point William K. I hadn't thought of that. There was a Twilight Zone that dealt with that, a kid with the ability to think changes in reality.

William K.
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William K.   7/30/2013 6:52:34 PM
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Rob, the real nightmare will just be starting when this tcnology is used for marketing products to kids. I see that as probably the first application. If that is not disturbing then nothing is.

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