Norman Bunn

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  1. Beau Lotto is a neuroscientist who works on human perception in a very interesting way. To see Johnny Lee referencing him at the start of this talk, very exciting to see.

  2. 2:25 Hardware
    3:37 Software
    5:04 Game
    5:50 Shopping
    7:10 Tools
    10:05 Sandbox Demo
    12:20 Asus AR Demo
    14:50 SDK Improvement – Constructor Dev Tool
    18:15 WebAR + Chromiun
    20:30 VPS demo

  3. As an apprentice android developer I am sad and excited. As a new tech I am excited that such possibilities are coming to us. But when I think I will have to go through learning it if I want to keep up with it.

  4. Does anyone know the name or artist of the song played almost at the end?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BOrg2oc3-rQ&list=PLOU2XLYxmsIKC8eODk_RNCWv3fBcLvMMy&index=83&t=36m45s

  5. I am interested into investing for the project tango. This can become the new big thing and can strike for success along the way. Please let me know if you guys will open a stock market for this.

  6. AR on Handys will always be a gimmick, build it into some smart glasses and all people will understand what you talk about

  7. Wow, can't wait for Tango to get out and see not a single developer want to do ANYTHING with it, very promising.

    Why? Because developers don't use the greatest software on the market, they use the technology they can punch out the fastest, by the time Tango SDK is released, everybody is going to be making mediocre apps for Apple all because Apple will have a bigger market of users to work with. Not to mention you need a google made phone with the specific model parts JUST TO USE THAT ONE FEATURE.

  8. Is it possible for tango hardware to be sold separately as peripheral for a regular phone? I am aways curious why it is necessary for the tango sensors to be part of the phone — doesn't this strategy limit the growth of the product availability, and indirectly the market penetration? From my experience the two Tango phones (Asus and Lenovo) are both quite hard to find in the market….. without easier and cheaper hardware availability, we could be ending up like the Google Glass experiment.

  9. Was the audience dead? Those were some pretty cool demos, especially the live one with real people (ie the water bottle demo), and not a peep from the audience.

  10. I remember seeing this guy's wiimote headtracking WAY back. Seems to be doing well, good on him!

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