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Wednesday
Aug292018

Space X BFR for First Martian Habitat, Phantom Universe Discovered or Ghosts of Black Holes? Tiny Spacecraft to Alpha Centauri, The Milky Way Reboot, Missions for the Space Force? Dr. Bruce Comments on Space Stories, Interview with Musician Little Panda GPS for Your Body, Magic Leap One Under Fire with commentary by Greg Panos 

Listen Now to Dr Future Show 8.28.2018

We tried a new experiment this week, where we have one of regular guests, Dr. Bruce Damer, comment on many of this week’s stories from a session we held the night before the show in our Future Peak hot tub.  Let us know what you think, as there was lots to comment on, from ghost black holes to frozen troves of water on the moon.

We also chat with and have a musical guest artist, Little Panda,  sing a couple of fresh tunes for us, on her visit to KSCO studios during our show.  And another of our regular guests, Greg Panos, weighs in on the long-awaited Magic Leap One, a highly anticipated entree into the augmented reality arena.  Enjoy!

Wednesday
May022018

Guest - Cosmo Scharf, founder of VRLA

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There is lots going on in the Virtual Reality industry these days, such as the release of Facebook’s new $199 headset, the Oculus Go.  To bring us up to date we have Cosmo Scharf, founder of VRLA (Virtual Reality Los Angeles) and Gregory Panos, industry insider and regular contributer to our show. VRLA, happening this coming weekend, promises to be the world’s largest festival dedicated to the immersive technology, with 12000+ attendees, hundreds of tech demos, art installations, educational sessions, and product launches. Enjoy!

Cosmo Scharf, founder of VRLA

Wednesday
Jun222016

Future News - New Drone Rules, Autonomous Bus Debuts, China Builds New Supercomputer without US chips Wearable Dialysis Unit, Taylor Barcroft reports on What's new from Apple's WWDC, and Gregory Panos reports on E3 in LA

Listen Now to Future News 6.21.2016

Happy Summer to you!  We begin the new season with two reports from our trusted agents in the field, the first by Taylor Barcroft on the latest from Apple Computer at their World Wide Developer’s Conference in San Francisco.  Get ready to update your thinking about texting!  Our second report is from our VR expert, Gregory Panos, who just attended the E3 (Electronic Entertainment Expo) in LA.  Keep an eye on Sony and their new VR system, to be debuted by Q4 2016..

We also have new rules for drones, a very cool new use for IBM’s Watson AI, a Chinese supercomputer with all processors made in China, a wearable portable kidney dialysis machine, a study on the neural density of birds brains, a floating Tesla, and more to keep you informed and entertained by the likes of us. Enjoy!

An Electric Autonomous Bus driven by Watson, IBM’s AI

Thursday
Jan212016

VR/AR Update from CES with Gregory Panos

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The massive Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this year was awash with companies and technologies dedicated VR at CES photo - Richard Crayto the emerging worlds of Virtual and Augmented Reality. These technologies and their deployment will change the world as significantly as the Internet itself.  For an update on what’s hot from the front lines of the show we have Gregory Panos, technology visionary, resoureful author, VR Evangelist/educator and always…disturbingly evolutionary.  Enjoy!

Gregory Panos at CES 2016 photo - Richard Cray

 

 

Wednesday
Sep302015

Future News - Blood Moon, Tesla Range Increase, Black Holes Clash, Snowden's First Tweet, Panos VR Update, Taylor on Apple Watch, TV, and iPad Pro  

Listen Now to Future News 9.29.15

Did you see the last blood moon lunar eclipse this past Sunday?  Very special, and a little challenging for those in our bioregion.  Though we did finally see the last bit of it peaking out of mostly cloudy skies, we had a pristine perspective via NASA TV on our iPad..Very sweet!

Did you ever wonder what happens when two black holes collide?  Astronomers have discovered what appears to be a pair of supermassive black holes circling toward a collision so powerful it would send a burst of gravitational waves surging through the fabric of space-time itself. The smash-up is expected to happen in 100,000 years or so, a blink of the eye in cosmic time!

We have two live reports this week, the first from VR pioneer Greg Panos, who chaired a session on early VR at Siggraph 2015 and just attended an Occulus Rift convention.  in a nutshell, VR is coning on like a freight train, arriving in stores by this time next year.  Meanwhile, Apple’s shiny new products are out this fall and we have our Apple pundit Taylor Barcroft present his second segment on them, with a focus on Apple Watch, the new Apple TV and the new iPad Pro.  If you’ve been thinking about  these gadgets, you’ll appreciate what Taylor has to say.  Enjoy!