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Kevin Slavin: "Twelve Reasons to Keep the Naked Eye Naked"

June 13th, 2011



Kevin Slavin gives a really compelling speech from a recent appearance in Amsterdam at the Mobile Monday talks. It sets the stage for reframing how we perceive the world especially in and around the current media excitement around Augmented Reality. It's an incredibly engrossing presentation that takes us from World World II radar translators who had to transcribe images backward to Piaget to uncorking the fallacy of how the movie The Terminator emphasizes the eye instead of the brain and on.

You should watch it.

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