Consciousness is multi-dimensional and human beings are multi-dimensional forms of consciousness. The seventh dimension includes the supra-causal level of unified consciousness. It is the most subtle of our subtle dimensions. Its frequency of vibration has a great amplitude of power and when dominant delivers the holistic experience.
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Google announced several new key products and services at its I/O 2017 developer conference including a new technology it is bringing to Android smartphones, called Google Lens.
Google Lens is an AI-powered technology that uses your smartphone camera and deep machine learning to not only detect an object but understand what it detects and offer actions based on what it sees.
Everything you need to know about Google Lens.
Google Lens is a set of vision based computing capabilities that can understand what you’re looking at and help you take action based on that information.At launch, Google Lens will be implemented into Google Assistant and Google Photos. Other Google apps will eventually follow.
Within Google Assistant, users will be able to tap the Google Lens icon, point their smartphone camera at show times outside a cinema or a gig venue’s information board, for example.Users will then be presented with a number of suggestions in the viewfinder, such as hear some songs from the artist picked up from the information board, get tickets for the event through TicketMaster or add the event to your calendar.
Within Google Photos, Google Lens will be able to identify buildings or landmarks, for example, presenting users with directions and opening hours for them. It will also be able to present information on a famous work of art. Maybe it will solve the debate of whether Mona Lisa is smiling or not.
Google Lens is a super-powered version of Google Googles and similar to Samsung’s Bixby Vision, which launched on the Galaxy S8.
It will enable users to do things such as point their smartphone camera at something, such as a specific flower, ask Google Assistant what the object you’re pointing at is and you’ll not only be told the answer but you’ll get suggestions based on the object, like nearby florists in the case of a flower.
Other examples of what Google Lens can do include users being able to take a picture of the SSID sticker on the back of a router, after which your phone will automatically connect to the Wi-Fi network without you needing to do anything else. Yep, no more crawling under the cupboard trying to read out the password whilst typing it on your phone, only to realize you forgot to put CAPS on.
Google Lens will also recognize restaurants, clubs, cafes and bars too, presenting you with a pop-up window showing reviews, address details and opening times.
Additionally, Google Lens will allow users to call a number directly from the Photos app if a friend sends you a screenshot with contact details for example.
I am a movie star, I’m 51years of age and I don’t use Botox as yet. So I am clean but I do behave like you saw like a 21-years-old in my movies.
Yeah, I do that. I sell dreams and I peddle love to millions of people back home in India, who assume that I’m the best lover in the world. If you don’t tell anyone, I’m going to tell you I’m not, but I never let the assumption go away.I have also made to understand there are lots of you here who haven’t seen my work, and I feel very sad for you. That doesn’t take away from the fact that I’m completely self-obsessed as a movie star should be. That’s when my friends Chris and Juliet called me here to speak about the future”you”. Naturally, it follows I’m going to speak about the present me.
Because I truly believe that humanity is a lot like me. It’s an aging movie star, grappling with the newness around itself, wondering whether it got it right in the first place and still trying to find a way to keep on shining regardless.
I was born in a refugee colony in the capital city of India, New Delhi and my father was a freedom fighter. My mother was, well, just a fighter like mothers are. And much like the original homo sapiens, we struggled to survive. When I was in my early 20s, I lost both my parents which I must admit seems a bit careless of me now. I do remember the night my father died, and I remember the driver of a neighbor who was driving us to the hospital.
Cyclists have often raised concerns over safety issues. Due to the lack of cycling infrastructure and unorganized traffic in cities, cycle enthusiasts often let go of their eco-friendly commute options. Well, with a new invention by a Swedish startup, man’s old rustic friend may soon flood the streets again.
Hovding, based out of Malmo, Sweden, has come up with the world’s first airbag for cyclists. The airbag is designed like a hood, which inflates and provides shock absorption in case of an accident, and protects all of the head, leaving only the field of vision open.It is the perfect invention for those of us too vain to bother wearing a helmet while riding our bikes.
The airbag is designed like a hood and made in an ultra-strong nylon fabric that won’t rip when scraped against the ground. Hövding protects nearly all of the head while leaving the field of vision open. The inflated airbag covers a much larger area than a traditional cycle helmet and is designed according to current accident statistics.
The airbag fixates the neck and provides extremely soft and gentle shock absorption. The pressure remains constant for several seconds, making it able to withstand multiple head impacts during the same accident. After that, the airbag slowly starts to deflate.
The gas inflator that inflates the airbag is a so-called cold gas inflator that uses helium. It is placed in a holder in the collar on the cyclist’s back.
Thousands of tests were done, re-enacting cycling accidents using stunt riders and crash-test dummies, to collect the specific movement patterns of cyclists in accidents. In parallel, an equal amount of normal cycling data has been collected using test cyclists wearing Hövding in everyday cycling. Based on this collected data, we have developed an algorithm that can distinguish normal cycling from accidents.
The collar is made of waterproof, functional fabric that provides the best possible protection for the built-in airbag system. The collar isn’t washable but is protected from wear, sweat, and dirt by the surrounding fabric shell. Any marks on the collar can be rubbed off carefully with a damp cloth.
The collar is ergonomically designed with even weight distribution across the shoulders. It is slightly heavier at the back than at the front so that when cycling the weight is resting on your back.
The price of this Hovding Airbag Helmet around $279 each.
ASIMO is a man made robot created by Honda in 2000.
In 1986, Honda engineers set out to create a walking robot. Early models (E1, E2, E3) focused on developing legs that could simulate the walk of a human. The next series of models (E4, E5, E6) were focused on walk stabilization and stair climbing. Next, a head, body, and arms were added to the robot to improve balance and add functionality. Honda’s first humanoid robot, P1 was rather rugged at 6’ 2” tall, and 386 lbs. P2 improved with a more friendly design, improved walking, stair climbing/descending, and wireless automatic movements. The P3 model was even more compact, standing 5’ 2” tall and weighing 287 lbs.
ASIMO is the culmination of two decades of humanoid robotics research by Honda engineers. ASIMO can run, walk on uneven slopes and surfaces, turn smoothly, climb stairs, and reach for and grasp objects. ASIMO can also comprehend and respond to simple voice commands. ASIMO has the ability to recognize the face of a select group of individuals. Using its camera eyes, ASIMO can map its environment and register stationary objects. ASIMO can also avoid moving obstacles as it moves through its environment.
Recently Honda’s ASIMO robot emerged waving from behind a sliding door, an audible gasp of surprise and excitement arose from the packed room of middle school students who had gathered at Honda Silicon Valley Lab for a special demonstration. While Honda’s long-term plans for ASIMO are focused on helping humans with daily tasks, in the near-term Honda is hoping that ASIMO can inspire young people to consider careers in science, technology, engineering, and math, collectively referred to as STEM.
As development continues on ASIMO, today Honda demonstrates ASIMO around the world to encourage and inspire young students to study the sciences. And in the future, ASIMO may serve as another set of eyes, ears, hands and legs for all kinds of people in need. Someday ASIMO might help with important tasks like assisting the elderly or a person confined to a bed or a wheelchair. ASIMO might also perform certain tasks that are dangerous to humans, such as fighting fires or cleaning up toxic spills.
The Maserati Levante is in its element everywhere, inspiring your driving experience with its precise handling and inspirational performance.Its elegant surfaces, spacious leather seats, intuitive on-board controls and exceptional engineering creates a whole new class of SUV.
Maserati’s unmistakable design is showcased beautifully in the sleek, sporty silhouette that features three iconic eye-catching air vents on the front wings. The assertive style of the front grille references the great sporting Maseratis of the past and features the legendary Trident badge the ultimate symbol of exclusivity, refinement, and elegance.
The new Levante has High-specification features for new heights of luxury.Luxurious and adventurous, the Levante provides the highest levels of comfort whilst delivering outstanding performance even in the most extreme conditions. There’s no shortage of space or performance either. All versions come with an eight-speed gearbox, Maserati’s sophisticated intelligent Q4 AWD and a torque vectoring system for a truly exhilarating drive.
A slight flexing of the right foot and your heart will race. The Levante unleashes the prodigious amount of power, coupled with superior handling thanks to a low center of gravity, perfectly balanced 50-50 weight distribution and vehicle systems calibrated to increase driving pleasure. Levante also features class-leading aerodynamics with standard active grille shutters and a sophisticated standard air suspension system that allows for 5 different dynamic ride heights.
Ermenegildo Zegna, one of world’s leading designers, has partnered with Maserati to further enrich the Levante experience. As an additional option, the finest leather is combined with natural fiber Zegna Mulberry Silk inserts on the seats, door panels, roof lining, sunshades, and ceiling light fixture. The Silk is embellished with a hand-stitched macro chevron. Seating features a central silk insert with a micro chevron weave. Door panels, roof lining, and sunshades are covered with Zegna silk jersey.
Each adventure deserves the best travel companions. Specially conceived to satisfy our Customers’ needs, the Maserati Genuine Accessories are a perfect combination of design and functionality. The attention to detail, style, and quality of each individual accessory reveal the very essence of the Maserati brand, always searching for the perfect balance between comfort and performance.
Advanced safety features include six dual-stage airbags, active headrests, and a tire pressure monitoring system, as well as ‘active’ safety technology designed to help prevent collisions, including Adaptive Cruise Control, Blind Spot Alert, Rear Cross Path detection, and Lane Departure and Forward Collision warning systems.
Powered for performance. The Levante is a genuine SUV that performs under pressure and responds to your every need. Innovative, cutting-edge technology and engineering sophistication are the cornerstones of the outstanding 3.0 Twin Turbo V6 petrol engine, delivering incredible levels of performance while providing reduced fuel consumption and CO2 emissions.
Likewise in the U.S., trucks, and SUVs have seen a new boom in popularity to a recovering job market and gas prices that hovered around $2 a gallon. Sales of larger vehicles boosted overall car sales, which reached a 15-year high in 2016. The U.S. market will be vital to the Levante’s success since 40% of Maserati’s sales occur there.
“Thinking should become your capital asset, no matter whatever ups and downs you come across in your life.“-Sir Dr.Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen Abdul Kalam better known as A.P.J. Abdul Kalam.
The Missile Man who inspired more than millions of people in the world, especially in India was born in Rameswaram in Tamil Nadu on October 15, 1931, to a humble boat owner. A determined soul since childhood, he started working at an early age to contribute to the family income. He was brought up in a multi-religious, tolerant society; one with a progressive outlook. He overcame all odds and carried on to pursue graduation in physics and later study aerospace engineering on a scholarship.His father Jainulabudeen was a boat owner and imam of a local mosque; his mother Ashiamma was a housewife.
The Missile Manfirst mark for our country was his accomplishments as a Scientist. Late Dr. Kalam joined Aeronautical Development Establishment of Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO) in 1960. Nine years later he was transferred to Indian Space Research Organization. Late Dr. Kalam claimed that joining ISRO was one of his biggest achievements in life.
In his school years, Kalam had average grades but was described as a bright and hardworking student who had a strong desire to learn. He spent hours on his studies, especially mathematics. After completing his education at the Schwartz Higher Secondary School, Ramanathapuram, Kalam went on to attend Saint Joseph’s College, Tiruchirappalli, then affiliated with the University of Madras, from where he graduated in physics in 1954.
He moved to Madras in 1955 to study aerospace engineering in Madras Institute of Technology. While Kalam was working on a senior class project, the Dean was dissatisfied with his lack of progress and threatened to revoke his scholarship unless the project was finished within the next three days. Kalam met the deadline, impressing the Dean, who later said to him, “I was putting you under stress and asking you to meet a difficult deadline”. He narrowly missed achieving his dream of becoming a fighter pilot, as he placed ninth in qualifiers, and only eight positions were available in the IAF.
After graduating from the Madras Institute of Technology in 1960, Kalam joined the Aeronautical Development Establishment of the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) as a scientist. He started his career by designing a small hovercraft but remained unconvinced by his choice of a job at DRDO.Kalam was also part of the INCOSPAR committee working under Vikram Sarabhai, the renowned space scientist.In 1969, Kalam was transferred to the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) where he was the project director of India’s first Satellite Launch Vehicle (SLV-III) which successfully deployed the Rohini satellite in near earth orbit in July 1980; Kalam had first started work on an expandable rocket project independently at DRDO in 1965. In 1969, Kalam received the government’s approval and expanded the program to include more engineers.
In 1963 to 1964, he visited NASA’s Langley Research Center in Hampton, Virginia; Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland; and Wallops Flight Facility.Between the 1970s and 1990s, Kalam made an effort to develop the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) and SLV-III projects, both of which proved to be successful.
Kalam was invited by Raja Ramanna to witness the country’s first nuclear test Smiling Buddha as the representative of TBRL, even though he had not participated in its development. In the 1970s, Kalam also directed two projects, Project Devil and Project Valiant, which sought to develop ballistic missiles from the technology of the successful SLV program. Despite the disapproval of the Union Cabinet, Prime Minister Indira Gandhi allotted secret funds for these aerospace projects through her discretionary powers under Kalam’s directorship.Kalam played an integral role convincing the Union Cabinet to conceal the true nature of these classified aerospace projects. His research and educational leadership brought him great laurels and prestige in the 1980s, which prompted the government to initiate an advanced missile program under his directorship. Kalam and Dr. V S Arunachalam, metallurgist and scientific adviser to the Defence Minister, worked on the suggestion by the then Defence Minister, R. Venkataraman on a proposal for the simultaneous development of a quiver of missiles instead of taking planned missiles one after another.R Venkatraman was instrumental in getting the cabinet approval for allocating ₹388 crores for the mission, named Integrated Guided Missile Development Programme (IGMDP) and appointed Kalam as the chief executive. Kalam played a major part in developing many missiles under the mission including Agni, an intermediate range ballistic missile and Prithvi, the tactical surface-to-surface missile, although the projects have been criticized for mismanagement and cost and time overruns.
Kalam served as the Chief Scientific Adviser to the Prime Minister and Secretary of the Defence Research and Development Organisation from July 1992 to December 1999. The Pokhran-II nuclear tests were conducted during this period in which he played an intensive political and technological role. Kalam served as the Chief Project Coordinator, along with Rajagopala Chidambaram, during the testing phase. Media coverage of Kalam during this period made him the country’s best-known nuclear scientist.However, the director of the site test, K Santhanam, said that the thermonuclear bomb had been a “fizzle” and criticized Kalam for issuing an incorrect report.Both Kalam and Chidambaram dismissed the claims.
In 1998, along with cardiologist Soma Raju, Kalam developed a low-cost coronary stent, named the “Kalam-Raju Stent”. In 2012, the duo designed a rugged tablet computer for healthcare in rural areas, which was named the “Kalam-Raju Tablet”
In 2002, both the ruling party, Bhartiya Janta Party and the Opposition Party, Congress came together to elect him as the 11th President of India. After serving a term of 5 years, he returned to a civilian life of education, writing and public service. He has written a number of books and documentaries, the best known being Wings of Fire and Ignited Mind. A recipient of a number of awards, he topped them all by Bharat Ratna, India’s highest civilian honor in 1997.
He saw a dream for our country known as Vision 2020. He wanted to see our nation standing amongst the developed countries of the world.
“A dream is not that which you see while sleeping, it is something that does not let you sleep,” as he famously said.”