When will we be able to buy a ticket for space travel? And how much it would be?
Brief Idea about Using Bioelectricity for Electronics
Idea logging. I love fictions, especially science fictions. One particular kind of those science fictions is called 玄幻修仙 (Fantasy Xiu Xian). In these fictions, people absorb energy from the space/air and turn it into a form of power stored inside the body. Once that power becomes large enough, we either explode due to capacity limits… Continue reading Brief Idea about Using Bioelectricity for Electronics
So Splatoon 2 has concluded with its last Splatfest.
And Marina, even though this time you had lost, I do hope to see you in the next Splatoon 3, whenever it would come out.
Cross-Platform Notes Taking App
I am not an Apple fan, but I thought I'd give it a try. So, well, I bought an iPad mini 5. Then I was struggling to get which notebook app to use. Back in Android, when I was using Galaxy Note 10.1 (2013 version), I used Papyrus, which is now rebranded as Squid Notes.… Continue reading Cross-Platform Notes Taking App
Wearing VR/AR/MR Headsets Can be Not So Weird
You look like an idiot (in a funny way) VR/AR/MR has been actively developing these years. We have seen Facebook Oculus leading VR, Google ARCore and Apple ARKit leading AR (not particularly using a head-mounted display but I'm sure there will be one), and Microsoft Hololens leading MR. In the end they could all become… Continue reading Wearing VR/AR/MR Headsets Can be Not So Weird
Why don't Google and Samsung team up and make a better smartphone and smartwatch???
FOMO, the enemy of everything.
Giving Machines the Ability to Think on Their Own
Just some random idea when I took the shower early this morning. Maybe someone already did this. Maybe not. Lots of us want machines to learn by themselves. This has been studied for years, but there's not a breakthrough yet. Could there be a fundamental problem that prevents us doing so? When deep learning came… Continue reading Giving Machines the Ability to Think on Their Own