How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

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Remember a few days ago...

...when I talked about how advertisers try and eat up all your brainspace? Wired talks about a new technological approach. Facial recognition combined with a projector... you approach a wall, and the advertisments customize to you. Perhaps even start talking about the object you're handling in a store.

Great, isn't it?

At least it looks like thier current thought is to put it in shopping places- there are allowed to be ads in shopping places; if they get too annoying or intrusive, I won't shop there.

Some of you might also remember the augmented reality pacman I talked about? Well, apply that to Quake. It's jumpy, but impressive. Watch a few videoes.

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