prostheticknowledge:

The Sword of Damocles - Video
Earlier this week, I covered “The Sword of Damocles”, the first pioneering example of virtual and augmented reality technology from 1968. Unfortunately I was unable to locate a visual demo of it at the time, but thanks to Thomas Richter, he sent me a link to a short video demonstrating it in action:

Link to my original post about this can be found here
prostheticknowledge:

The Sword of Damocles - Video
Earlier this week, I covered “The Sword of Damocles”, the first pioneering example of virtual and augmented reality technology from 1968. Unfortunately I was unable to locate a visual demo of it at the time, but thanks to Thomas Richter, he sent me a link to a short video demonstrating it in action:

Link to my original post about this can be found here

prostheticknowledge:

The Sword of Damocles - Video

Earlier this week, I covered “The Sword of Damocles”, the first pioneering example of virtual and augmented reality technology from 1968. Unfortunately I was unable to locate a visual demo of it at the time, but thanks to Thomas Richter, he sent me a link to a short video demonstrating it in action:

Link to my original post about this can be found here

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visualizingmath:

Mathematical Object Minimalist Posters by Visualizingmath. (Yes, I actually attempted to make something!)
Thank you to Curiosamathematica for creating the Klein Bottle image!

These are are

jtotheizzoe:

visualizingmath:

Mathematical Object Minimalist Posters by Visualizingmath. (Yes, I actually attempted to make something!)
Thank you to Curiosamathematica for creating the Klein Bottle image!

These are are

jtotheizzoe:

visualizingmath:

Mathematical Object Minimalist Posters by Visualizingmath. (Yes, I actually attempted to make something!)
Thank you to Curiosamathematica for creating the Klein Bottle image!

These are are

jtotheizzoe:

visualizingmath:

Mathematical Object Minimalist Posters by Visualizingmath. (Yes, I actually attempted to make something!)
Thank you to Curiosamathematica for creating the Klein Bottle image!

These are are

jtotheizzoe:

visualizingmath:

Mathematical Object Minimalist Posters by Visualizingmath. (Yes, I actually attempted to make something!)
Thank you to Curiosamathematica for creating the Klein Bottle image!

These are are

jtotheizzoe:

visualizingmath:

Mathematical Object Minimalist Posters by Visualizingmath. (Yes, I actually attempted to make something!)
Thank you to Curiosamathematica for creating the Klein Bottle image!

These are are

jtotheizzoe:

visualizingmath:

Mathematical Object Minimalist Posters by Visualizingmath. (Yes, I actually attempted to make something!)
Thank you to Curiosamathematica for creating the Klein Bottle image!

These are are

jtotheizzoe:

visualizingmath:

Mathematical Object Minimalist Posters by Visualizingmath(Yes, I actually attempted to make something!)

Thank you to Curiosamathematica for creating the Klein Bottle image!

These are are
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Katsuhika Hokusai (October 31, 1760 – May 10, 1849)

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Wearable disk reader with integrated screen and keyboard!!

nobore:

Eddo Hartmann
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Eddo Hartmann
nobore:

Eddo Hartmann
nobore:

Eddo Hartmann
nobore:

Eddo Hartmann

engineeringhistory:

IBM 64 KB RAM, first demonstrated in 1975 and mass produced in 1977.

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cineraria:

inFORM - Interacting With a Dynamic Shape Display - YouTube
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inFORM - Interacting With a Dynamic Shape Display - YouTube