Yes, I was trying to accomplish 5 things at once, so my grammatical errors were not a top priority, just finishing what I had to say was regardless how it read.
It seems like you're an engineer, but it also sounds like you work in broadcasting. Either way, it makes more sense now. I have an engineer I work with who does all of our Quant models, and most of my clients are engineers, in Huntsville, AL.
Was that quote you posted from the website link that I posted? I looked at it for almost 2 seconds and then clicked off of it. One of my clients, in Huntsville, was the Vice President of a software company who also did a lot of work for DOD developing software. Back in 2004, he was telling me about this security software they developed for DOD that can capture an image of someone, from a security camera. From that image, they can compile a complete 3D rendering of what this person looks like up close and clearly, while pulling their public records, arrest records, picture of their driver's license, along with a whole lot more information all within minutes. Now, I have no idea how that works, and I don't want to know. Same goes for some clients who are physicists, also own their own company, and strictly work as government defense contractors.
You mentioning these "experts" who write about technology, but know nothing about it, are in every industry. Same thing goes for my industry. Tons of people write newsletters, which are paid subscriptions, and other people buy them because they think the newsletter contains some secret formula. If the person writing the newsletter is so good, then why are they writing newsletters.
One thing I guess I don't understand about the market for 3D equipment is why haven't they come out with a standard for glasses. I have 3 different 3D displays, and each one requires a different type of glasses. My projector can use 2 different types of glasses. Now TV are being manufacturered where you don't need glasses. I'm curious to see how this works and if it'll damage your vision after a period of time. Just when you think technological advancement can't get any better is when you realize how anything can be done. It's just a matter of time before it is.
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