C&M79: Rednecks to Robots


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In Rednecks to Robots, Carl and Mike start the show talking about a recent trip Carl took to Bull Shoals, ARK where life is simpler and much less expensive. Then it’s on to a discussion of our bold future and the three new R’s (AR, VR and MR that will create a new Internet of Experiences. Plus Japanese robots clean up Fukushima and how will all this new technology effect our minds. Leave your redneck technophobia at the door, it’s time for Carl and Mike.

[00:28]: Greetings From Bull Shoals, Arkansas: Carl shares a recent trip to Bull Shoals, Arkansas and the inexpensive living that’s available off the beaten path. Plus are we really taking advantage of living in the city?

[12:05:] Expanding Your World: Carl and Mike discuss the importance of traveling and taking in new experiences to help broaden the mind.

[14:04:]  Our Bold Future – The New 3 R’s: Carl talks his next project – Our Bold Future and the future and the three new R’s – AR (augmented reality), VR (virtual reality), and MR – mixed reality that will drive it.

[17:34:] The Internet of Experiences: Carl declares that the future of the Internet is in experiences not knowledge. And what the implications could be for our brains, our personal development and society of large.

[23:55:] Japanese Robots, Solar Power and Future Reality: Mike talks about how the nuclear accident in Fukushima is fostering new breakthroughs and use of robotics. Plus how technologies are evolving and converging now to create a new bold future.



 Bull Shoals, AR: http://www.bullshoals.com

 Our Bold Future: http://ourboldfuture.com

Our Bold Future on Facebook: https://facebook.com/ourboldfuture 

R? VR? MR? Sorry, I’m Confused: https://www.thefoundry.co.uk/solutions/virtual-reality/vr-ar-mr-sorry-im-confused/

Magic Leap: http://magicleap.com

AR, VR, MR: Making Sense of Magic Leap and the Future of Reality: http://www.wired.com/2016/04/differences-between-vr-mr

How Robots Are Becoming Critical Players in Nuclear Disaster Cleanup:



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