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What the perfect Spatial Computer looks, like.

Why are you here? Perhaps you've heard that we want to build the future.  Perhaps curiosity is the best of you...  Perhaps. Just perhaps.  You want to be part of a future, that isn't chained to reality.

Maybe you just misspelled the website you were searching for or clicked the wrong link.  Either way, we are glad you are here.

We have an uncontrollable need to create.  To publish, to ship.  Yet, in the famous words of Steve Jobs:

We don't ship shit.

That's why for the last 4 years we've been actively working on the planning and development stage for a product we believe will have a foundational impact on the way we compute.

Not, only on the way we compute.  The way we think. The way we dream. The way we play and create.

A simple interface.

Yet, a complex hardware-software platform that leverages Augmented Reality, Artificial Intelligence, and Computational Cognition.  The perfect computer.

The word [computer] obviously derives from the verb ‘compute’, which is from the Latin for ‘reckon with’ Source: Oliver Tearle @ InterestingLiterature.com

First, let us define what it takes to build a spatial computer.  A computer that is not bound by 2-dimensional digital space(s).  It would require a spatial component so that is aware of its location, relative to the very reality we are attempting to escape from. A type of gyroscope circuit.

Second, it would require a display capable of receiving data from an External Processing Unit that is used for extreme rendering and processing; only to make things interesting. An XPU!

Third, it would require a wireless protocol to communicate with existing infrastructure, communicate wirelessly with the XPU and send Display Data Wireless. Advanced Bluetooth.

No. No. No.

No microphones, No built-in speakers, No high resolutions cameras, and not a ton of computation. Only the absolute basics. (Lidar is acceptable). Of course, a rechargeable battery, that charges with Magnus.

Case, please.

The case is the salsa.  The case houses the XPU, which has a Custom Processor, 5G Connectivity, (Perhaps 🛰️), Memory, Storage, Battery for Charging the Glasses, Bluetooth for syncing your AirPods*, and your cool tech, Bio-metric scanner for personal security.  Of course, USB-C.

Using the Case will Extremely reduce the amount of battery usage from the glasses and make the glasses extremely power efficient.  The glasses don't need to know what I am listening to, as long as it's synced from the XPU to my 3D Spatial content.