Keynote Address at WearHacks

Steve Mann, 2016 Mar 25th
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Among many live demos was the S.W.I.M. (Sequential Wave Imprinting Machine) wearable computing and augmented reality system Mann originally built at the age of 12, back in 1974, to measure the speed of light and the speed of sound, and, more importantly, to express radio waves in a coordinate system that moves at the speed of light, with the waves, so as to make them appear to sit still (or at the speed of sound for sound waves), as Phenomenological AR (Augmented Reality) overlays.

Shown here, a modern replica: