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01.April.2013
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Style of Speed Website update
As discussed in the Further steps of the 29th of March 2013 we added to the list of engines of the models Cayman C4 and C6 the flat/boxer engines.


02.April.2013
Style of Speed Website update
In the description of the GTA³ conversion serries we missed to mention the exterior design of the concept cars e-tron Spyder and e-tron Detroit, though the e-tron Spyder was listed in the title of one of the shown images. We updated the webpage of the stand- ard model by repeating this in the text as well.
Furthermore, we added the R4 and VR6 engines by the factory to the drivetrain section.

Investigations::Car #380

  • Volkswagen: The manufacturer has presented a new version of one of its models that features its All-Wheel Drive (AWD) technolo- gy. We quote out of a test report of a weekly magazine that was publicated in January 2013 and is representative for other reports: "Die Kombination aus [...]Kupplung[en und] Elektronik [...] arbeitet so schnell, dass [das Unternehmen] inzwischen schon vom "voraus- schauenden Allradantrieb" spricht. Denn bevor der Motor sein Dreh- moment endgültig aufgebaut hat, weiß die Elektronik bereits, wie viel Leistung wo benötigt wird.==The combination of [...]clutch[es and] electronics works so fast, that [the company] already speaks about the "predictive all-wheel drive". Before the engine has built up its torque finally, the electronic already knows how much power is re- quired". Seen from the technical point of view this AWD is not ex- actly the combination of our intelligent (pro)Active Differentials and our central control unit powered by e.g. OntoLix and OntoLinux with our Autosemantic::Car package that features the "proactive-drive/ predict(s) the future==proaktive Fahrt/sagt Zukunft voraus", as it is used for our model RE, aka. R8 e-quattro, for example, but it is de- finitely our marketing story.
  • Volkswagen→Audi: The marque is integrating mobile/cell/smart- phones even deeper into its overall In-Vehicle Infotainment (IVI)/In- Car Infotainment (ICI) system and its (wrongly) called navigation system MMI used for the IVI system itself, than it was done before we presented our overall operating system architecture for station- ary and mobile devices with our systems OntoLinux and OntoLix, and our related software frameworks and applications, like the Hyper Connectivity suite and their utilization together with smart mobile devices as part of an IVI system or even as an alternative for it (see the case of the marque in the Investigations::Car #54 of the 20th of October 2008 and the Clarification of the 7th of January 2013). The marque has also copied more features of our Hyper Connectivity solution. Nevertheless, there were never loopholes, but only clearer violations of the white line. For this investigative case and the overall issue we have collected informations from its website, a recent press release of the marque, and our websites. But for getting easier into the case, we would like to give our readers at first some informations taken from the marque's technical glossar of terms about the optional telephone unit that was state of the art before we presented our solutions based on mobile/cell/smartphones powered by OntoLix and OntoLinux and further concepts in the field of automotive computing:
    "The Audi Bluetooth car phone (SIM access) offers a dual-band/GSM car phone for use of D and E networks in combination with a user-friendly hands-free unit. High-performance digital technology eliminates unwanted road noise. The system also uses SIM Access Profile (SAP), allowing the mobile to be operated via Bluetooth® – with the handset if desired – without using the GSM module installed in the mobile phone itself. There is no need for a special adapter to suit your individual phone and because the system uses its own transmitting and receiving unit it creates no radiation inside the vehicle. The Audi Bluetooth car phone is operated via the MMI or on the leather multifunction steering wheel in conjunction with the driver information system. This provides direct access to entries and phone numbers in the directory. A cordless handset with integral SIM card reader and colour display is also available as an option for the Bluetooth car phone. It permits discreet phoning and convenient texting with predictive text input."
    The next development step was the MMI system that we have documented with the case of the marque in the Investigations::Car #54 of the 20th of October 2008. Due to the obvious fact we missed to document at that time that this MMI IVI navigation system already infringed our copyright, because it is based on the Feature-list of the world wide leading High-technology Operating System (HOS) OntoLinux #1 publicated on the 22nd of April 2008 and #2 publicated on the 24th of April 2008.
    From its german website we got the related informations about the marque's connect internet services presented around in the year 2009, which also include newer informations about the car phone, that (we quote and translate directly into English) "the term Audi connect bundles/covers all applications and developments that connect today's and future auto models to the Internet, the owner, and the infrastructure[, and also other vehicles]." In relation with its connect services and its MMI system it is also said that this car phone was developed further, so that "by an UMTS module and the SIM card of the customer integrated in the optional Bluetooth car phone online online informations (like navigation with Point of Interest (POI) search, map service and environmental view, weather, news, traffic informationen online, [including latest flight and train connection details, ...] music stream) are directly transfered and integrated into the vehicle. The optional Audi MMI Navigation plus [...] makes the utilization of these [...] connect services possible. Thanks to a WLAN hotspot the internet can be accessed by a mobile device in the back seat while driving or in the standstill."
    The additional and new informations were taken from a press release about the presentation of the latest development of the marque's IVI system respectively the on-board computer with the options of the car phone and the MMI Navigation plus system as well as the marque's connect and internet services: "2009 saw [the marque's] connect Internet services being premiered in the car.", "Alternatively, they [(the car owners)] can connect their cell phone to the system via Bluetooth if it is equipped with the necessary SIM Access Profile. [This still belongs to the IVI system of the marque as it could be seen by the quoted description above.]", "The new [model of the marque] even features a convenient read-aloud function. [This points to the function called Text-to-Speech (TTS) as part of a Natural Language Processing (NLP), as the Multilingual Multimodal Multimedia User Interface (M³ UI) of our IVI systems powered by e.g. OntoLix and OntoLinux have it as well. Though it may be on the white line due to developments made by the marque or other manufacturers in the past, the reader has to remember it, because this function and the additional voice control adds to the total sum of this investigative case.]", "[The marque's] online traffic information displays up-to-the-minute traffic flow data on the navigation map. [... It] covers most European countries; in addition to highways it also includes cities and rural routes. The primary source of data for the database is from countless smartphones and navigation devices that are carried in vehicles and report their current positions at short time intervals to service providers over the cell phone network. A detailed picture of the traffic load situation is derived from the anonymized data provided. [While the use of a navigation device or equivalent function of a smartphone is not a problem, as long as it is only laying around in a vehicle or is connected for using its telephone and media player functions, and recharging its battery. But the use of a mobile/cell/smartphone connected with an IVI system is always one, because in this case the mobile device is integrated in an overall distributed computing application, in this specific case over WLAN, that in addition might also be a Web 2.0 application. But exactly all these solutions have been described in the feature-lists #1 and #2 of our OntoLix and OntoLinux systems used for on-board IVI systems in general and specifically for mobile devices used again as a part or even as a whole substitute of an IVI system. As it can be seen, the differentiation depends on the functions of an infrastructue, an operating system, an application, and a device, as well as their interplay. Explained this, the main question is answered, because sending data to a (web) server by a mobile/cell/smartphone, tablet computer, or similar mobile device and getting related data back either over the internet access of the IVI system or the mobile device, which after this is transfered over for example WLAN, is breaking the white line. In the case of the marque the case is even clearer, because the distributed computing or/and Web 2.0 application is used as part of the marque's multimedia interface MMI. We also guess that this feature is already related with our AutoCloud computing application MapCloud (see also the Style of Speed Website update of the 26th of January 2012, and the cases of the manufacturers Ford in the Investigations::Car #334 of the 13th of September 2011 and Nissan in the Investigations::Car #339 of the 8th of December 2011, the case of the marque Volkswagen→Audi in the Investigations::Car #341 of the 10th of January 2012, and the general case and the referenced cases of manufacturers and their marques in the Investigations::Car #343 of the 16th of January 2012).]", "Personal favorites [(meant are internet radio stations)] can be saved to a cell phone, and they can be played via the [IVI/]MMI navigation plus system. [...] This function is integrated via WLAN within the MMI navigation plus operating concept; the onboard audio system handles playback. The app also provides access to the media center on the smartphone via a WLAN link. [With this specific solution it can be seen even easier that this function is based on a user centric distributed computing application that utilizes the WLAN technology, which are all contained in the feature-list #1 and #2, and the feature-list of our AutoSemantic::Car package, as said before (see also the Clarification of the 7th of January 2013 again). Here we can also see the first time that a mobile/cell phone is used for a function that could be done with the IVI alone or even better with a cloud computing based solution, so that there is no need to integrate the smartphone into its IVI system, definitely. This raises the question for what is the integration of the mobile/cell phone needed at all? Simply, it is an unsuccessful attempt to circumvent our copyright related with the distributed computer architecture of e.g. OntoLix and OntoLinux on the one side, as the choice of the term "operating concept" for the correct term operating system proves as well, and to integrate a smartphone with the IVI system as we do it, because we do it. Even more curious is the fact that the marque already offers the extension of its IVI system with the "[marque's] music interface online", "in[c]lusive Internetradio". As it can be seen there is no legal loophole in the end seen from both directions of the IVI and the mobile/cell phone. Besides the technical explanations, we can see here as well that indeed it is tried to find a loophole.]", "Another new service from [the marque's] connect[ivity system] is Picturebook Navigation. Here the driver can save photos of destinations, which are linked to geonavigation data (GPS), in the "photo box" of MMI Navigation plus". [The photos come for a flash memory like an SD card, as it is explained somewhere else in the quoted description, which is important to note, because if it would come as well from a smartphone or even an in-vehicle camera, then we would be at our AutoMapCloud solution. But more important actually is the fact that this kind of navigation is also related with our solutions based on for example the Open Street Map project and our Multilingual Multimodal Multimedia User Interface (M³UI) with Natural Image Processing (NIP) of OntoLix and OntoLinux. At this point it is finally proved that our solutions have been copied, which means that our website contents were used, which again is a copyright infringement if done without having a license. Audi has not asked for a license.]", "In future the car will evolve from a status symbol to a mobile device [To see a car as a mobile device is our point of view, and neither from Audi nor BlackBerry, so that it strengthened our claim of an overall copyright infringement.]", "Data in the cloud [-] The high-speed LTE mobile communications network will promote 'data in the cloud' pursuits considerably. Customers can store their personal music, photo or video files on an Internet server. They can then use this data anytime, anywhere. [This is a general description related with the so-called cloud computing approach, but in the context it is our AutoCloud™ computing approach doubtlessly (see again the Feature-list #2 of OntoLix and OntoLinux, the related case of the marque Volkswagen→Audi in the Investigations::Car #341 of the 10th of January 2012, and the related points in the Clarification of the 7th of January 2013).]", "Car-to-X communication, another important aspect of [the marque's] connect[ivity system ...]", "Car-to-X communication also offers a great deal of potential for disseminating up-to-the-minute traffic information. Similar to [the marque's] online traffic information, it notifies the driver of traffic conditions along a selected route; the usage of Automotive WLAN communications, however, provides more accurate data that is constantly updated.", and "There are two different scenarios for the establishment of Car-to-X technology [...]. One such scenario involves anonymized vehicle data being sent over the wireless network to a central backend. At this point the data is individually processed and the results sent to the individual cars. The second solution involves data being transmitted from one car to another directly via Automotive WLAN, a special WLAN variant, which is used on a cross-manufacturer basis . Direct communication with the infrastructure, such as traffic lights, can also be set up. The new technology supports the use of a form of collective intelligence. In other words, vehicles and the infrastructure quickly, spontaneously and remotely set up a network. [Without any doubts, this is based on a distributed computing architecture over WLAN (see again the Feature-list #2 of OntoLix and OntoLinux in conjunction with our AutoSemantic::Car package, as it can be seen without any difficults by e.g. the point "swarm-functionality with other cars, and the infrastructure by our Dedicated (Short Range) Communications (DSRC) system DediCom", and the related points in the Clarification of the 7th of January 2013).]"
    As we said already, it is obvious that no legal loophole was created, that the whole MMI Navigation system of Audi is already based on our concepts, and that the marque tried to dislude its actings by its descriptions. The latter point and the very precisely selected formulations and given examples in accordance to our technical descriptions also prove that it is aware about our solutions. Said this, the white line is clearly viewable for the whole automotive and IT industries since the 2008. At this point we would like to mention as well that companies will get even more problems at the points of our Ontology-Oriented (OO 2) and Ontologic-Oriented (OO 3) Hightech Operating Systems (HOSs) OntoLix and OntoLinux, and our AutoCloud computing concept.
  • Volkswagen→Porsche: In a press release about an upgrade of one of it club sport racing cars we found the term "fine-tuning", which was said to damage our trademark Fine Tuning™.
  • Subaru: We also found out that models of the manufacturer feature "Bluetooth® hands-free phone and audio streaming connectivity", like models of the marque Volkswagen→Audi. Hence we do see here the same issue as in the case of the marque Audi (see its case above), which is related with the distributed computer architecture of OntoLix and OntoLinux that includes the utilization of mobile/cell/smartphones and other mobile devices but not the Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN) hub/hotspot for providing access to the internet in the car, and it does not matter at all if the Bluetooth network protocol or the internet protocol is used. By the way, these technical details and eventually different interpretations are not so important at all, because we can assure this company as well that in some few weeks they will infringe our copyright related with our Ontology-Oriented (OO 2) and Ontologic-Oriented (OO 3) Hightech Operating Systems (HOSs) OntoLix and OntoLinux, and AutoCloud™ computing concept, or something else, so that this integration of a mobile device in this way will be licensed in one or another way too.
  • Fourtitude: One of the person who runs the website for enthus- iasts of the marque Volkswagen→Audi was so bold and has stolen the concept of the RA and GTA³ conversion serries, inclusive our description, at the end of November 2012. On the website we found the following statements that together with the original speculative image of the model R5 based on the exterior design of the concept cars e-tron Spyder and e-tron Detroit, and our overworked image as well as the information given on our related webpages prove our claim: "[...] we'd take a stab at the next-generation TT coupe. We've done four renders, mildly changing proportions and adding a few more TT cues to the quattro Concept and the the e-tron Detroit concept." and "Essentially, we've taken two drawings of each car and made them more TT-esque. Each went with a more rounded tail, a stretched and rounded C-pillar and proportions were changed to reflect MQB architecture. The long front overhang on the quattro Concept images was brought in just a bit and the cabin was moved forward with a more upright windshield in the cases of both." Firstly, we would like to give the information that several designers present- ed speculative renderings of an R4 or R5 that have the design of the e-tron Detroit concept with TT cues. Secondly, the RS5 based quattro concept with TT cues was presented before by a large automotive magazine as the TT III. Thirdly, the concept car quattro concept on the one hand and the concept cars e-tron Spyder and e-tron Detroit on the other hand have a similar design language. Fourthly, what we did is exactly the mixture of all four design directions with the A3 based on the Modualrer QuerBaukasten (MQB)==Modular Transverse Matrix with the small but totally irrelevant difference that we quoted the e-tron Spyder instead of the e-tron Detroit, because the roof has a different shape. By the way, the point with the overhang is not quite right, because the original design sketches of the concept car e-tron Detroit show this as well (read also the Style of Speed Further steps of the 2nd of November 2012).

    Audi e-tron Detroit ∧ e-tron Spyder → R5 Original Speculative ImageAudi A3 ∧ Audi A5 → RS5 → quattro concept ∧ Audi A1 → A1 clubsport quattro concept ∧ e-tron Spyder ∧ e-tron Detroit → SOS RA and GTA³ Original Design Overwork
    © Audi, :(, and Style of Speed


    03.April.2013
    OntoLinux Website update
    We added to the section Window System of the Links to Software webpage the:

  • Kristian Høgsberg and supporters: Wayland - Compositor Protocol.

    Investigations::Multimedia

  • Chips and More→I.onik: That company has stolen an essential feature of our Pad Computer concept that is the integration of an attachable keyboard with an additional accumulator as the abstracts of our description prove: "unterscheidet sich das P@d von Tablet-Computern [...] durch die konzeptionelle, optionale Trennung von Benutzerschnittstelle und Energieversorgung==the P@d differs from the tablet computer by the conceptual, optional seperation of the user interface and the power supply. An image of the related tablet computer on the webpage of the mobile device proves that it is indeed an attachable keyboard, touchpad, and accumulator. Also, a report and an advertising folder of the chain store Metro→Real, which says "Multi-Media-Tablet-PC [...] zusätzlicher Akku in der Docking Station zur Stromversorgung des Tablets==Multimedia Tablet PC [...] additional accu in the docking station for power supply of the tablet" (see also the case of the company Metro below), prove both that the device is based on the description of our P@d 2.0 and that the company must have given related informations to the public. Hierbei ist es übrigens unerheblich ob bei unserem Pad-Computer der Multi-Touch-Bildschirm keinen oder einen eigenen Akkumulator besitzt, da zum Beispiel der Zusatzakku der/des Tastaturklopplung/-docks==Keyboard-Dock ja auch dann genutzt wird, wenn der Akku des Bildschirms/Tablet-Computers des Unternehmens Chips and More entladen ist oder seperat geladen wird. Genauso irrelevant ist es, ob man die Eigenschaft als eine Tastaturkopplung mit Akkumulator oder eine Akkumulatorkopplung mit Tastatur bezeichnet und ob es sich um eine stationäre oder eine mobile Lösung handelt.
    Wir, die Christian Stroetmann GmbH, fordern das Unternehmen Chips and More auf sämtliche Marketing-Aktivitäten sofort einzustellen, alle Texte zu löschen und Dritten keine Informationen zu geben, die un- ser Urheberrecht verletzen.
    Allerdings fordern wir bereits eine Kompensation der folgenden bishe- rigen Schäden:
  • für jeden mobilen Computer TP10.1-1500DC und ähnliche Geräte
    • 7,00 Euro für den Pad-Computer 2.0 mit Mehrfingergestener- kennung/Multi-Touch-Funktionalität und anfügbarem Akkumu- lator und ohne kabellose Energieversorgung und
    • 1,00 Euro für das Außendesign,

      das sich zu 8,00 Euro addiert, und

    • eine Konventionalstrafe von 8,00 Euro.
    und
  • für das Modell TP10.1-1500DC Zinsen mit einem Zinssatz von 3% pro Jahr für die ausstehende Kompensation beginnend mit dem ersten Monat des Verkaufs und berechnet nach der monatlichen Anzahl von verkauften Geräten.

    Falls nötig und so lange keine Verhandlungen geführt wurden und kein Vertrag unterzeichnet ist, werden wir die Lizensgebühren an- passen und außerdem fordern, das gesamte Internetz von unserem urheberrechtlich geschützten Inhalten zu säubern.

    Sollte ein Hersteller es vermieden haben unsere Beschreibung zu nut- zen, aber ein Werbender hingegen nicht, so wird die volle Lizenzge- bühr veranschlagt, weil unsere Beschreibung dann von dem Werben- den benutzt wurde.
    Somit wird deutlich erkennbar, dass es auch auf diese Weise niemals eine legale Lücke gab.


    04.April.2013
    Comment of the Day
    Autoputer™
    Autosmartphone™
    Autosmartfon™
    Smartautophone™
    Smartautofon™
    Bikecloud™
    Cyclecloud™
    Planecloud™
    Plane in the Cloud™ (wrong date; already used since Autocopter E3)
    Shipcloud™
    Ship in the Cloud™
    Autochannel™
    Bikechannel™
    Shipchannel™
    Planechannel™
    Auto in the channel™
    Bike in the channel™
    Ship in the channel™
    Plane in the channel™

    Ontonics Website update
    We splitted the AutoCloud and Car in the Cloud/CarCloud computing paradigms into two, so that the AutoCloud is focused on the user part and the CarCloud on the vehicle part.
    In this relation, we created in the Innovation-Pipeline own descriptions for the:

  • AutoCloud,
  • CarCloud/Car in the Cloud
  • MapCloud, and
  • AutoMapCloud.

    Accordingly, we have created the new paradigms of the:

  • BikeMapCloud,
  • ShipMapCloud, and
  • PlaneMapCloud.


    05.April.2013
    Comment of the Day
    Botchannel™
    Robochannel™
    Robotchannel™
    Bot in the channel™
    Robo in the channel™
    Robot in the channel™
    Holocloud™
    Botmapcloud™
    Robomapcloud™
    Robotmapcloud™
    Multichannel™
    Ontochannel™
    Semantic channel™
    Social channel™
    Homechannel™
    Smartchannel™
    Holochannel™
    Mapchannel™
    Radio channel computing™
    Television channel computing™
    TV channel computing™
    Media channel computing™
    Music channel computing™
    News channel computing™
    Accumulator dock™
    Accu dock™

    *** Copy mode ***
    Ontonics Website update
    We added the descriptions of our:

  • RobotCloud,
  • BikeCloud,
  • ShipCloud, and
  • PlaneCloud

    to the Innovation-Pipeline.

    Also, we developed the new variants of the Channel Computing paradigms called:

  • OntoChannel 00:15 CET,
  • HomeChannel 2:12 CET,
  • SocialChannel 00:15 CET, and
  • MapChannel 00:10 CET, and also
  • Robotchannel 00:00 CET
  • AutoChannel 00:00 CET,
  • BikeChannel 00:00 CET,
  • ShipChannel 00:00 CET, and
  • PlaneChannel 00:00 CET.

    Furthermore, we developed the:

  • Radio Channel Computing 00:00 CET, and
  • TV Channel Computing 00:00 CET.

    The RobotCloud, BikeCloud, ShipCloud, and PlaneCloud are the same like the AutoCloud, but for the related vehicle types.
    Die Roboterwolke==RobotCloud, Radwolke==BikeCloud, Schiffwolke==ShipCloud, und Flugzeugwolke==PlaneCloud sind das Gleiche, wie die Autowolke==AutoCloud, aber für die zugehörigen Vehikel.

    The OntoChannel computing extends the Channel Computing paradigm with the Ontology-Oriented (OO 2), Ontologic-Oriented (OO 3), and Ontologic Computing (OC) paradigms without distorting its general concept.
    Das Ontokanalrechnen==OntoChannel Computing erweitert das Paradigma des Kanalrechnens==Channel Computing durch die OntologieOrientierten (OO 2) und OntologikOrientierten (OO 3) Paradigmen und dem Paradigma des ontologischen Rechnens==Ontologic Computing (OC) ohne sein generelles Konzept zu verzerren.

    The HomeChannel concept connects our Modern User Interface (Modern UI), which features the technique of dynamic tiles and the optional support of the HyperText Markup Language (HTML), with the Channel Computing paradigm. In this way a user gets selected channels directly on her/his home screen of a stationary or mobile device. The HomeChannel is available as somekind of a wrapper for arbitrary operating systems, though we recommend our Ontologic Systems (OSs), and ideally used together with device specific channel computing versions, like our AutoChannel and RobotChannel computing, and application specific channel computing versions, like the MultiChannel, MapChannel, Radio Channel, and TV Channel computing.
    Das Heimkanal==HomeChannel-Konzept verbindet unsere moderne Benutzerschnittstelle==Modern User Interface (Modern UI), die die Technik der dynamischen Kacheln und optionale Unterstützung von HyperText Markup Language (HTML) besitzt, mit dem Paradigma des Kanalrechnens==Channel-Computing. Hierdurch erhält eine/ein BenutzerIn ausgewählte Kanäle direkt auf ihren/seinen Start-/Heimbildschirm von einem stationären oder mobilen Gerät. Der HomeChannel ist als eine Art Hülle/Umschlag für beliebige Betriebssysteme erhältlich, obwohl wir unsere Ontologischen Systeme (OSe) empfehlen, und wird idealerweise gemeinsam mit gerätespezifischen Channel-Computing-Varianten, wie unser Autokanal-==AutoChannel- und Roboterkanal-==RobotChannel-Computing, und anwendungsspezifischen Channel-Computing-Varianten, wie unser Multimediakanal-==MultiChannel-, Gesellschaftskanal-==Social Channel-, Kartenkanal-==MapChannel-, Radiokanal-==RadioChannel- und Fernsehkanal-==TV-Channel genutzt

    The SocialChannel computing is a further development of the social web services by applying the Channel Computing paradigm.
    Das gesellschaftliche Kanalrechnen==SocialChannel-Computing ist eine Weiterentwicklung der gesellschaftlichen Web-Dienste durch das Anwenden des Paradigmas des Kanalrechnens==Channel-Computing.

    The MapChannel computing is slightly different than the MapCloud computing by applying the Channel Computing paradigm.
    Das Kartenkanalrechnen==MapChannel Computing ist etwas anders als das Kartenwolkenrechnen==MapCloud Computing durch das Anwenden des Paradigmas des Kanalrechnens==Channel-Computing.

    The RobotChannel, AutoChannel, BikeChannel, ShipChannel, and PlaneChannel are the same like their counterparts in the field of cloud computing, but are based on the Channel Computing paradigm.
    Der Roboterkanal==RobotChannel, Autokanal==AutoChannel, Radkanal==BikeChannel, Schiffkanal==ShipChannel und Flugzeugkanal==PlaneChannel sind das Gleiche wie ihre Gegenstücke im Bereich des Wolkenrechnens==Cloud Computing, aber basieren auf dem Paradigma des Kanalrechnens==Channel-Computing.

    The Radio Channel Computing brings the radio broadcasting and the Channel Computing paradigm together. It can also be connected with the Music Channel Computing and News Channel Computing (added on the 6th of April 2013).
    Das Radiokanalrechnen bringt den Hörfunk und das Paradigma des Kanalrechnens==Channel-Computing zusammen. Es kann auch mit dem Musikkanalrechnen==Music-Channel-Computing und dem Nachrichtenkanalrechnen==News-Channel-Computing verknüpft werden.

    The TV Channel Computing brings television broadcasting and the Channel Computing paradigm together. It can also be connected with the Music Channel Computing and News Channel Computing (added on the 6th of April 2013).
    Das Radiokanalrechnen bringt den Fernsehrundfunk und das Paradigma des Kanalrechnens==Channel-Computing zusammen. Es kann auch mit dem Musikkanalrechnen==Music-Channel-Computing und dem Nachrichtenkanalrechnen==News-Channel-Computing verknüpft werden.

    Finally, we updated the description of our P@d 2.0 by substituting the phrase "The user interface by the P@d concept" with "One of the user interfaces by the P@d concept", so that the logic of our description is consistent, because obviously the multi-touch inter- face is not the only user interface besides the accumulator dock with keyboard respectively keyboard dock with accumulator. We also added the following sentence: "A further possibility is to use a stat- ionary docking station without or with keyboard besides the key- board dock with battery, that can supply the Pad Computer with electricity from the power grid."

    OntoLix and OntoLinux Further steps
    We have connected our Modern User Interface (Modern UI), which features dynamic tiles and optional support of the HyperText Markup Language (HTML), with the Channel Computing paradigm. In this way a user gets selected channels directly on her/his home screen of a stationary or mobile device. Accordingly, we called this solution the HomeChannel, which is available as somekind of a wrapper for arbit- rary operating systems, though we do recommend our Ontologic Systems (OS).

    Style of Speed Further steps
    We would like to show a possible design for the exterior of the next generation of our RE, aka. R8 e-quattro, and for the roof of our Caccia.

    RE aka. R8 e-quattro 2013
    © :I and Style of Speed

    The image was taken from an automotive online magazine as a compensation for a report about our A* (see the Further steps of the 22nd of October 2012) that conspicuously mentioned our model RE and our Active Differential #2, and obviously shows a design of the roof and the side that is based on the design language of our model Caccia.

    Also, we have chosen an exterior design direction for the rear of the model Caccia based on two sketches by Nicolas Echeverri, though it is really the direction of the design only, but definitely not the final design.

    Caccia Possible Rear (Sketch by Nicolas Echeverri)Caccia Possible Rear (Sketch by Nicolas Echeverri)
    © Nicolas Echeverri

    Investigations::Multimedia

  • Hewlett-Packard: That company has taken an essential feature of our Pad Computer 2.0 concept, which is also the integration of an attachable keyboard with an additional accumulator also called key- board dock, as the abstracts of our description prove: "the P@d differs from the tablet computer by the conceptual, optional seper- ation of the user interface and the power supply", "versions of our hardware architecture feature a keyboard [...] integrated into the attachable accumulator", "The accumulator [...] with a keyboard [...] can be fixed at the case of the device as well and thus ensure the upright standing of the display." and "Additional features can be [...] a touch-/trackpad". An image of the related tablet computer and the terms "Keyboard & Touchpad" and "Lithium-Ionen-Polymer- akku mit 2 × 2 Zellen==Lithium-ion polymer battery with 2 × 2 cells" on the webpages of the device is a further evidence that it is indeed an attachable keyboard, touchpad, and accumulator. Additionally, a report by a common computer website also proves that the device is based on our description and that the company must have given rel- ated informations to third parties, as it is can be seen by the specif- ic technical details about the accumulators: "Neben einem 26-Wh- Akku direkt im Tablet hat HP noch einen weiteren Energiespeicher im Tastatur-Dock verbaut, der zusätzliche 21 Wh beisteuert.==Besides a 26-Wh-accu directly built into the tablet, HP has also built in the keyboard dock a further energy storage, which contributes additional 21 Wh." and "Akku [-] 47 Wh Lithium-Polymer, 2× 2 Zellen, 26 + 21 Wh Tablet/Dock==Accu [-] 47 Wh Lithium Polymer, 2× 2 Cells, 26 + 21 Wh Tablet/Dock". In this conjunction it is irrelevant, if the multi- touch display of our Pad Computer has or has not an own accumul- ator, because for example the additional battery of the keyboard dock is also used, if the accu of the display/tablet computer by the company Hewlett-Packard is discharged. In the same way it is irre- levant to describe the feature as a keyboard dock with (additional) accumulator or an accumulator dock with (additional) keyboard, and whether it is a stationary or mobile solution. Furthermore, the com- pany admits our copyright implicitly by its attempt to circumvent it.
    We, the Christian Stroetmann GmbH, demand the company Hewlett-Packard to stop all marketing activities immediately, to delete all texts, and to give third parties no informations that infringe our co- pyright.
    Said this, we demand the compensation of the damages so far as follows:
  • for each mobile computer HP ENVY x2 and similar devices
    • 7.00 euro for the Pad Computer 2.0 with multi-touch function- ality and attachable accumulator, and without wireless power supply and
    • 1.00 euro for the exterior design,

      that adds to 8.00 euro per device, and

    • 8.00 euro as penalty,
    and
  • for the same model an interest with a rate of 3% per year for the outstanding compensation beginning with the first month of sale and calculated after the monthly numbers of sold devices.

    If needed, and as long as no negotiations have been done and no contract is signed, we will adjust the license fees and also demand to clean the whole internet from our copyrighted contents.


    06.April.2013
    Comment of the Day
    Marketingchannel™
    Advertisementchannel™
    Advtchannel™
    Adchannel™
    Shopchannel™
    Marketchannel™
    Magazinechannel™
    Marketing in the channel™
    Advertisement in the channel™
    Advt in the channel™
    Ad in the channel™
    Shop in the channel™
    Market in the channel™
    Magazine in the channel™

    Clarification
    We would like to make corporations and businessmen aware of the facts that they have to inform customers about all important feat- ures of a product and a service, and even give technical specificat- ions about and on a device by law, for example when testing and approving like in the case of the CE certification and its CE marking. Besides this, it is absolutely implausible e.g. for a judge that they would not give informations to their customers, the media and the rest of the public about specific features of a product or a service, specifically if they are common or distinguishing features in relation to solutions by competitors, specifically at for example exhibitions and market launch presentations. Said this, we do not see legal loopholes to circumvent our copyright, as it is proved several times in practice already.
    In this conjunction we would like to mention once again that public- ated license fees are only the initial guidelines/ basis for contract negotiations, that we will adjust them on an individually basis and, if needed, on a country-specific basis, and that in this context we al- so do consider malicious deceptions as well as the unpleasant stra- tegy to create a case in such a way just right from the start, so that it has to be solved at the court.

    *** Copy mode ***
    Ontonics Website update
    We developed the new variant of the Channel Computing paradigm called:

  • AdvertisementChannel 01:05 CET and
  • MusicChannel Computing.

    The AdvertisementChannel (AdChannel) computing provides random and anonymous advertisement by applying the Channel Computing paradigm, and personalized advertisement by using the variant of the OntoChannel computing. AdChannel can also be used for Over-The-Top Content (OTT) delivery services together with for example RadioChannel and TVChannel computing.
    Das Werbekanalrechnen==AdvertisementChannel-Computing (AdChannel) bietet zufällige und anonyme Werbung durch die Anwendung des Channel-Computing-Paradigmas und personalisierte Werbung durch das Nutzen der Variante des OntoChannel-Computing. AdChannel kann auch als sogenannter Over-The-Top-Content (OTT) Lieferdienst gemeinsam mit zum Beispiel RadioChannel- und TVChannel-Computing genutzt werden.

    We also added to the description of the RadioChannel and TVChannel Computing variants that they can be connected with the Music Channel Computing and News Channel Computing as well. Even more fascinating is that by connecting the OntoChannel computing paradigm a totally personalized broadcast is made possible, that includes music and video contents as well as news reports at user specified intervals, times, and up-to-the-minute.


    07.April.2013
    Comment of the Day
    SuperComputing core™
    Triple core™
    Triple processor™
    Wiser core™
    Wiser processor™
    Associative array core™
    Associative map core™
    Key-value core™
    Associative array chip™
    Associative map chip™
    Key-value chip™
    Associative array processor™
    Associative map processor™
    Key-value processor™

    Ontonics Website update
    We added to the description of our BCI and the Neuronal Chip that they could be used together.

    We also developed the:

  • Associative Array Core and Chip/Processor 22:50 CET.

    And we extended the Supercomputing Chip, Triple Chip, and WiSer Chip to Supercomputing Core and Chip/Processor, Triple Core and Chip/Processor, and WiSer Core and Chip/Processor.

    Investigations::Multimedia

  • Acer: After that company has taken our P@d™ 4.0 based on our MobileKinetic™ technology (see its case in the Investigations::Multi- media of the 15th of October 2011) it has now taken an essential feature of our Pad Computer 2.0 concept, which is also the integrat- ion of an attachable keyboard with an additional accumulator also called keyboard dock or simply keydock, as the abstracts of our description prove: "the P@d differs from the tablet computer by the conceptual, optional seperation of the user interface and the power supply", "versions of our hardware architecture feature a keyboard [...] integrated into the attachable accumulator", "The accumulator [...] with a keyboard [...] can be fixed at the case of the device as well and thus ensure the upright standing of the display." and "Additional features can be [...] a touch-/trackpad". An image of the related tablet computer is a further evidence that it is indeed an attachable keyboard, touchpad, and accumulator. Additionally, a report by a common computer website also proves that the device is based on our description and that the company must have given related informations to third parties, because it is hardly believable that the media find out such features by only using a device: "Dank der [...] Docking-Station samt Tastatur und Touchpad [...] Der integrierte Akku verlängert die Laufzeit [...]==Thanks to the [...] docking station complete with keyboard and touchpad [...] The integrated accumulator extends the runtime [...]", "[Den Pad-Computer kann man] durch ein Tastatur-Dock aufrüsten. Neben den Tasten zum Tippen bringt die die Hardware einen Akku mit.==[The Pad Computer can be] with a keyboard dock. Besides the keys for typing, the hardware brings with an accumulator with.", and "[...] ansteckbare Tastatur. In diese ist sogar eine Batterie eingebaut, welche der Tablet-Laufzeit zugute kommt.==[...] attachable keyboard. In this even a battery is built in, which comes to the tablet runtime/lifetime". In this conjunction it is irrelevant, if the multi-touch display of our Pad Computer has or has not an own accumulator, because for example the additional battery of the keyboard dock is also used, if the accu of the display/tablet computer by the company Acer is discharged. In the same way it is irrelevant to describe the feature as a keyboard dock with (additional) accumulator or an accumulator dock with (additional) keyboard, and whether it is a stationary or mobile solution. Furthermore, the company admits our copyright implicitly by its attempt to circumvent it.
    We, the Christian Stroetmann GmbH, demand the company Acer to stop all marketing activities immediately, to delete all texts, and to give third parties no informations that infringe our copyright.
    Said this, we demand the compensation of the following damages so far:
  • for each mobile computer Iconia W510 and similar devices
    • 7.00 euro for the Pad Computer 2.0 with multi-touch function- ality and attachable accumulator, and without wireless power supply,

      and

    • 7.00 euro as penalty,
    and
  • for the same model an interest with a rate of 3% per year for the outstanding compensation beginning with the first month of sale and calculated after the monthly numbers of sold devices.

    If needed, and as long as no negotiations have been done and no contract is signed, we will adjust the license fees and also demand to clean the whole internet from our copyrighted contents.

  • Lenovo: As not otherwise expected and like the companies Chips and More (see its case in the Investigations::Multimedia of the 3rd of April 2013), Hewlett-Packard (see its case in the Investigations:: Multimedia of the 5th of April 2013), and Acer (see above), that company has taken as well an essential feature of our Pad Computer 2.0 concept, which is the integration of an attachable accumulator with an additional keyboard also called accumulator dock or key- board dock (see also the Clarification of the 6th of April 2013). Interesting is in this conjunction a test report that should be representative for all similar devices: "Zum Aufladen des Tablets und der Tastatur kommt [...] das gleiche Netzteil zum Einsatz. Verbindet der Nutzer Netzteil und Tastatur miteinander, wird zunächst das eingelegte Tablet und anschließend der Tastatur-Akku geladen.==For the charging of the tablet and the keyboard the same power supply unit is deployed [...]. If the user connects the power supply unit with the keyboard, then the inserted tablet is recharged at first and after this the keyboard-accumulator/battery."
    We, the Christian Stroetmann GmbH, demand the company Lenovo to stop all marketing activities immediately, to delete all texts, and to give third parties no informations that infringe our copyright.
    Said this, we demand the compensation of the following damages so far:
  • for each mobile computer of the IdeaTab Lynx series
    • 7.00 euro for the Pad Computer 2.0 with multi-touch function- ality and attachable accumulator, and without wireless power supply, and
    • 1.00 euro for the exterior design,

      that adds to 8.00 euro per device, and

    • 8.00 euro as penalty,
    and
  • for the same model an interest with a rate of 3% per year for the outstanding compensation beginning with the first month of sale and calculated after the monthly numbers of sold devices.

    If needed, and as long as no negotiations have been done and no contract is signed, we will adjust the license fees and also demand to clean the whole internet from our copyrighted contents.

  • Intel: That company has stolen our marketing story of the Ultra- tablet™, as it is proved with the following text from its german web- site: "Das neue Ultrabook Convertible. Ein Notebook, wenn Sie es brauchen. Ein Tablet, wenn Sie es wünschen. [...] Einfach umklap- pen, schieben oder drehen... und schon wird aus einem Notebook ein Tablet.".


    08.April.2013
    Comment of the Day
    Battery dock™
    Paddock™
    Multi-touch 3D display™
    Multi-touch 3D screen™
    Virtual 3D camera™
    3D multi-touch display™
    3D multi-touchscreen™
    3D virtual camera™

    Clarification
    A mobile/cell/smartphone, which features a 3D display and eventual- ly lacks a dual/stereoscopic camera on the back side to capture 3D photographs or videos and therefore use some software algorithms to achieve the same (Virtual 3D Camera), already infringes our copy- right of the Ontoscope architecture, if the used 3D display is not a Thin-Film-Transistor Liquid-Crystal Display (TFT LCD), is a multi-layer display with more than two layers, is a touchscreen with single and multi-touch functionality, or is our Mobile 4D Display or our Very High Resolution Displays. We do not think that it is a clever attempt at all due to the many other hardware and software technologies of us related with 3D sound and vision, specifically our 3D Operating Systems OntoLix and OntoLinux with the related Multilingual Multimodal Multimedia User Interface (M³UI).
    In the case of tablet computers and Pad Computers we do not need to discuss the issue at all.

    Investigations::Multimedia
    *** Fine Tuning mode ***

  • Asustek Computer: As not otherwise expected, that company has also taken an essential feature of our Pad Computer 2.0 concept in the year 2011, which is also the integration of a tablet computer with multi-touchscreen and an attachable additional accumulator, as the abstracts of our description prove: "the P@d differs from the tablet computer by the conceptual, optional seperation of the user interface and the power supply". Images of the related tablet computers and relevant informations given on its website are further evidences that they are indeed such mobile devices. In this conjunction it is irrelevant, if the multi-touch display of our Pad Computer has or has not an own accumulator, because for example the additional battery of the keyboard dock is also used, if the accu of the display/tablet computer by the company Asustek Computer is discharged and seperately recharged. We also found more other relevant informations about its whole range of tablet computers.
    Despite of these issues, we found out that it has copied our trademark In Style™, as it could be seen on its website "TechinStyle" and with the related magazine, be read on a sticker attached on at least one tablet computer model and on the webpage of a further tablet computer model that both say "Transform in Style", and on the webpage of another tablet computer model that says "Entertainment in Style". Moreover, the company has taken our marketing story of our Ultratablet™ as well, as it is proved with the following text from its Eee website: "Ultra-thin [...] and ultra-light" and "Ultra-bright [...] Ultra-wide", of our Simplistic Design™ and of our PhonePad™. We also found phrase "fine-tuned by Waves", "finely tuned", ""swift", "three years [in the contect related with 3³ Theme by C.S.]", and more familiar speech acts, which are further evidences that our websites has been copied with much effort. Furthermore, our MultiGPS is used with a Padfone model that supports the Global Positioning System (GPS), the Assisted GPS (A-GPS), and the GLObal NAvigation Satellite System (GLONASS). Besides this, we are also looking at the so-called application frameworks MyNet and MyCloud - MyDesktop in relation with our distributed computer architecture of OntoLix and OntoLinux.
    Said this, we demand the compensation of the following damages so far:
  • for each mobile computer Eee Pad Transformer TF101(T) and similar devices
    • 7.00 euro for the Pad Computer 2.0 with multi-touch function- ality and attachable accumulator/AccuDock, and without wire- less power supply, and
    • 1.00 euro for the "Pad Computer" marketing story,

      that adds to 8.00 euro per device, and

    • 8.00 euro as penalty,
  • for each mobile computer Eee Pad Transformer Prime TF201(T) and similar devices
    • 7.00 euro for the Pad Computer 2.0 with multi-touch function- ality and attachable accumulator/AccuDock, and without wire- less power supply,
    • 0.50 euro for the exterior front design,
    • 1.00 euro for the "Pad Computer" marketing story,
    • 0.50 euro for the "Ultratablet" marketing story, and
    • 0.50 euro for the "World's first quad-core tablet" marketing story,

      that adds to 9.50 euro per device, and

    • 9.50 euro as penalty,
  • for each mobile computer Transformer Pad TF300(T) and similar devices
    • 7.00 euro for the Pad Computer 2.0 with multi-touch function- ality and attachable accumulator/AccuDock, and without wire- less power supply,
    • 0.50 euro for the exterior front design, and
    • 1.00 euro for the "Pad Computer" marketing story,

      that adds to 8.50 euro per device, and

    • 8.50 euro as penalty,
  • for each mobile computer Transformer Pad Infinity (TF700(T)) and similar devices
    • 7.00 euro for the Pad Computer 2.0 with multi-touch function- ality and attachable accumulator/AccuDock, and without wire- less power supply,
    • 0.50 euro for the exterior front design,
    • 1.00 euro for the "Pad Computer" marketing story, and
    • 0.50 euro for the "Ultratablet" marketing story,

      that adds to 9.00 euro per device, and

    • 9.00 euro as penalty,
  • for each mobile computer of the VivoTab and similar devices
    • 7.00 euro for the Pad Computer 2.0 with multi-touch function- ality and attachable accumulator/AccuDock, and without wire- less power supply,
    • 3.50 euro for the tablet computer 3.0 with multi-touch funct- ionality and digital pen/stylus,
    • 2.00 euro for the assistance system AITouch Journal with handwriting and voice recognition, and without haptic and artificial intelligence,
    • 0.50 euro for the exterior front design, and
    • 0.50 euro for the "Ultratablet" marketing story,

      that adds to 13.50 euro per device, and

    • 13.50 euro as penalty,
  • for each mobile computer VivoTab RT and similar devices
    • 7.00 euro for the Pad Computer 2.0 with multi-touch function- ality and attachable accumulator/AccuDock, and without wire- less power supply, and
    • 0.50 euro for the exterior front design,

      that adds to 7.50 euro per device, and

    • 7.50 euro as penalty,
  • for each mobile computer VivoTab Smart and similar devices
    • 0.50 euro for the "Simplistic Design" marketing story, and
    • 0.50 euro for the "Ultratablet" marketing story,

      that adds to 1.00 euro per device, and

    • 1.00 euro as penalty,
  • for each mobile computer MeMO Pad Smart 10
    • 0.50 euro for the "In Style" marketing story, and
    • 0.50 euro for the "More Style - More Speed - More Fun" marketing story,

      that adds to 1.00 euro per device, and

    • 1.00 euro as penalty,
  • for each mobile computer Padfone
    • 17.00 euro for the Pad Computer 2.0 with multi-touch funct- ionality for the tablet and the phone, attachable accumulator for the phone (tablet/pad as AccuDock), attachable accumul- ator for the phone and the tablet (AccuDock with keyboard), and attachable computing device for the tablet/PadDock (Qixel), and without wireless power supply, and
    • 3.50 euro for the tablet computer 3.0 with multi-touch funct- ionality and digital pen/stylus,
    • 1.00 euro for the "Pad Computer" marketing story, and
    • 0.50 euro for the "Qixel" resp. "PadDock" marketing story,

      that adds to 22.00 euro per device, and

    • 22.00 euro as penalty,
  • for each mobile computer Padfone 2
    • 10.00 euro for the Pad Computer 2.0 with multi-touch funct- ionality for the tablet and the phone, attachable accumulator for the phone (tablet/pad as AccuDock), and attachable computing device for the tablet/PadDock (Qixel), and without wireless power supply,
    • 6.00 euro for the MultiGPS with two connected satellite systems and Enhanced GPS (E-GPS), and without ray-field sensor and 3-dimensional signal model,
    • 0.50 euro for the exterior front design of the PadDock,
    • 1.00 euro for the "Pad Computer" marketing story,
    • 0.50 euro for the "Qixel" resp. "PadDock" marketing story,
    • 0.50 euro for the "PadPhone" marketing story instead of PadFone and PadFone Station,
    • 0.50 euro for the "Ultrapad" marketing story,
    • 0.50 euro for the "Ultraphone" marketing story, and
    • 0.50 euro for the "Fine Tuning" marketing story,

      that adds to 20.00 euro per device, and

    • 20.00 euro as penalty,
  • for each mobile computer Padfone Infinity
    • 10.00 euro for the Pad Computer 2.0 with multi-touch funct- ionality for the tablet and the phone, attachable accumulator for the phone (tablet/pad as AccuDock), and attachable computing device for the tablet/PadDock (Qixel), and without wireless power supply,
    • 6.00 euro for the MultiGPS with two connected satellite systems and Enhanced GPS (E-GPS), and without ray-field sensor and real-time a 3-dimensional signal model,
    • 1.50 euro for the use of the mobile device as an In-Vehicle Infotainment (IVI) system with M³UI as part of the AutoSemantic::Car resp. the "AutoSmartphone" marketing story (Car Mode),
    • 2.00 euro for the assistance system AITouch Journal with handwriting and voice recognition, and without haptic and artificial intelligence, and
    • 0.50 euro for the exterior front design of the PadDock,
    • 1.00 euro for the exterior design of the attachable computing device,
    • 0.50 euro for the "Qixel" resp. "PadDock" marketing story,
    • 0.50 euro for the "Personal Cloud" marketing story,
    • 0.50 euro for the "Fine Tuning" marketing story,

      that adds to 22.50 euro per device, and

    • 22.50 euro as penalty,
    and
  • for all devices an interest with a rate of 3% per year for the outstanding compensations beginning with the month of their first release and calculated after the monthly numbers of sold devices.

    We are also looking if an essential feature of the MobileKinetic technology is used as a screen control, which would add 1,50 euro to the overall license fee and the penalty of the related devices.

    If needed, and as long as no negotiations have been done and no contract is signed, we will adjust the license fees and also demand to clean the whole internet from our copyrighted contents.


    09.April.2013
    Clarification
    Again, the sight of the wood was lost for the trees. We missed that we already had mentioned the handwriting feature in the first specif- ication of our tablet computers with multi-touchscreen and in this way also of the phonepad, padphone, and so on with multi-touch- screen with digital pen/stylus. Said this, our argumentations of the last years are corrected now.

    Website update
    According to the Clarification of today, we started to update our Clarifications and Investigations by deleting wrong informations related with the stylus/digital pen in the Clarification of the 9th of December 2011.

    Ontonics Website update
    We added to the description of the P@d Computer that there are also the possibilities that peripherials, like a digital pen/stylus, a headset, a digital pen/stylus headset, or other devices, can be recharged or supported with electricity by an internal or external wireless power transmission system or a docking station of the pad or the accumulator.


    10.April.2013
    Comment of the Day
    Enhanced Global Positioning System™
    Enhanced GPS™
    E-GPS™
    Enhanced Global Navigation System™
    Enhanced GNS™
    E-GNS™

    Clarification
    While fixing the license fees for our described concepts, techniques, and technologies we remembered that the MobileKinetic technology is much older than said at first by us. In fact, on the webpage Ontologic Applications of the website of OntoLix and OntoLinux, which we started to write on the 30th of January 2007, we said "simplifing the interface to complex applications by allowing the user to interact with them through common language, gesture, and sense, [...] and improving context sensing by making use of multimodal user interfaces and other sensors". The terms gesture and other sensors were always meant as well in relation to the kinetic user interfaces of virtual and ambient environments, 3D displays and game consoles without our with structured light and time of flight techniques for example, and in the context of stationary but also mobile devices. Furthermore, on the 6th of July 2007 we added a link to a website about mobile devices and a link to specific mobile/cell/smartphone of a company, which offers a well known widget toolkit used by OntoLix and OntoLinux as well, and links to intelligent raiment and wearable computers to the webpage Links to Hardware of the same website. In addition, we mentioned again artificial intelligence in the Ontoscope Further steps of the 11th of July 2009 and in the Investigations::Multimedia of the 8th of September 2009 by saying "more sensors and methods of the subjects Artificial Intelligence and Robotics, like object recognition and object tracing".

    Website update
    According to the Clarification of yesterday, we updated the Clarific- ation of the 24th of August 2011 by differencing between the tablet computers of the first, second, and third generation.

    Further steps
    In accordance to the Clarification of today and if needed, we will update Clarificat- ions and Investigations of the past, specifically those that are relat- ed with the field of multimedia.

    Ontonics Website update
    In the description of our MultiGPS solution we made implicit informat- ion that was contained in the term signals of mobile phones and rad- ios explicit by adding wireless network at the appropriate position.


    11.April.2013
    Comment of the Day
    Electronic plastic™
    Elektronisches Plastik™
    Electronic polymer™
    Elektronisches Polymer™
    Electronic laminated plastic™
    Elektronisches laminiertes Plastik™
    Electronic laminated polymer™
    Elektronisches laminiertes Polymer™
    Elektronisches Verbundplastik™
    Elektronisches Verbundpolymer™
    eLP™
    eLPG™
    LPG E™
    eVP™
    eVPG™
    VPG E™
    MultiOakley™
    Graphen-Kevlar®™
    Graphene Kevlar®™

    Ontonics Website update
    We added the new project:

  • electronic Laminated Plastic/Polymer Glass 01:10 CET.

    We also added to the description of our Active Display/Screen our Super Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor.

    Investigations::Multimedia

  • Fraunhofer-Institut für Photonische Mikrosysteme, Materialien und Fraunhofer-Instititut für Elektronische Bauelemente: The institutes have presented an interactive data glasses with eye-tracking since the March of the year 2010. Out of the first report publicated in the year 2010 we got the following essential informations: "[...] next generation of eyeglasses that interact with the users in several ways via a connected PDA.", "This new gadget tracks the user's eye movements via an ‘eye tracker' that is embedded in the display of the glasses", "According to [a project leader ... "]We want to make the eyeglasses bidirectional and interactive so that new areas of application can be opened up.["] The [...] scientists claim that these eyeglasses will enable a user to access and view multiple documents and multimedia, even if their hands are not free to operate other devices such as a computer[.]", "The CMOS chip [...] of these eyeglasses is situated behind the hinge of the frame [...]. The image that is to be viewed by the user is displayed by this chip onto the retina [...]", and "To ensure the clarity and sharpness of the image amidst the changing background contrast, the eyeglasses are embedded with OLED or organic light-emitting diodes.". In the November of 2012 such data glasses have been presented finally. The related press release says the following: "[...] tiny OLED-on-silicon microchips, which are display and camera at the same time. [...] which can be integrated now into [the temple of the] data eyeglasses with an appropriate optical construction [...]", "[...] since the information can be controlled by eye-tracking [...]", and "[...] integrate OLED microdisplay and image sensor elements in a single microchip [...]". Additionally, we got the following informations out of a report of an online-magazine: "Novel data glasses with OLED (organic light-emitting diode) microdisplay developed by the [institute] give access to an augmented reality that can be navigated using only the movement of the eye, detected by a photodiode. [...] With previous [Head-Mounted Displays (]HMDs[)], navigating through this augmented reality required data gloves or a joystick. Here, the key research breakthrough achieved by [the institute] scientists in collaboration with colleagues from [ano]the[r research] Institute [...] and [another company, which seems to be a (governmental) fake company in the field of HMDs by the always suspicious institutes Fraunhofer Institute for Computer Graphics Research and the already many times convicted Deutsches Forschungszentrum für Künstliche Intelligenz,] is that the device is controlled by the most subtle movements of the eye via integrated photo detectors.", "explains [the] project manager [...] The novel system is also more compact and less expensive than conventional data glasses with eye tracking function [Obviously, the eye-tracking is not the research breakthrough.]", ""The bidirectional OLED microdisplay developed by [the institute] provides the display and camera function on one chip with one optic."", "Aside from HMDs, [the project manager] envisions other applications their bidirectional OLED microdisplay technology could enable in the future: gaze-controlled head-up displays (HUD) for driver assistance and sensor applications [...]", "[The project manager] describes the new data glasses as a "completely new generation of personal information management systems."", and ""[...] eye-controlled data glasses [...]"".
    Besides the fact that the source of the data glasses with eye-tracking is not clear actually (see also our Clarification of the 10th of April 2013), and that specifically the gaze-controlled HUD is infringing our copyright related with our Sp@ce@Car technology, we are not quite sure what the project members want to tell us. On the one hand, useful devices would eventually infringe our copyright related with for example our solutions of the Head-Mounted Display 2.0 and the SmartEyewear, the MobileKinetic, and others, specifically if the eye-tracking technique is based on a light source and a sensor, and on the other hand it would make no sense to construct devices like e.g. data glasses or an automotive HUD with such an integrated chip. Furthermore, we would like to note that there is no technology used for the glasses like our electric Laminated (Safety/Security) Glass (eLSG) and Active Display, as we do it with our SmartEyewear.


    12.April.2013
    Comment of the Day
    Light-field emitter™
    Light-field radiator™
    Ray-field emitter™
    Ray-field radiator™
    NLFE™
    NRFE™
    Neural emitter™
    Neural radiator™
    Neural resonator™
    Neuronaler Emitter™
    Neuronaler Radiator™
    Neuronaler Resonator™
    Neural net emitter™
    Neural net radiator™
    Neural net resonator™
    Neuronaler Netzwerkemitter™
    Neuronaler Netzwerkradiator™
    Neuronaler Netzwerkresonator™
    Neural Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor™
    Neural CMOS™
    NCMOS™
    Neural Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor Charge-Coupled Device™
    Neural CMOS CCD™
    NCMOSCCD™
    Tridirectional chip™
    Tetradirectional chip™
    Tixelwave™

    Ontonics Website update
    We renamed the project electronic Laminated Plastic Glass into electronic Plastic/Polymer Glass, because it must not be laminated respectively layered.

    We developed new chips based on the concept of our Active Display/Screen with the Retina Projection for example, that are the:

  • Tridirectional Chip 3:23 CET and
  • Tetradirectional Chip 3:23 CET.

    We also have envisioned the:

  • Bidirectional Graphene OLED CCD 5:30 CET and
  • Bidirectional Graphene OLED CMOS 4:15 CET.

    Because a research institute thought to be very clever by copying essential solutions related with our SmartEyewear, we have added links to the electronic (Lamininated) Safety Glass (eLSG) and the electronic Plastic/Polymer Glass (ePG) technologies, which mention the Augmented Reality (AR) and in the latter case the Sm@rtEyewear directly.
    Due to the same reason we also gave as a further exemplary application of our Head-Mounted Display 2.0 technology the technique of Augmented Reality (AR), which is already implicitly given in the description of our SmartEyewear.

    Because our eLSG must not have three layers at least, we substituted the phrase "as interlayer" with "as one layer or as interlayer".

    Because we had not found the right term at that time, when we described some wave-field based technologies, we substituted the term actuator with emitter/radiator, if appropriated.


    13.April.2013
    Comment of the Day
    Toxelwave™
    Accu fiber™
    Accu fibre™
    Solar fiber™
    Solar fibre™
    OLED Graphene™
    Complentary graphene oxide semiconductor™
    CGOS™
    Super graphene charge-coupled device™
    Super GCCD™
    SGCCD™
    Super complementary graphene oxide semiconductor™
    Super CGOS™
    SCGOS™
    Super complementary graphene oxide semiconductor charge-coupleddevice™
    Super CGOS CCD™
    SCGOSCCD™
    Neural net complementary graphene oxide semiconductor™
    Neural net CGOS™
    NNCGOS™
    Neural net complementary graphene oxide semiconductor charge-coupled device™
    Neural net CGOS CCD™
    NNCGOSCCD™
    Neural complementary graphene oxide semiconductor™
    Neural CGOS™
    NCGOS™
    Neural complementary graphene oxide semiconductor charge-coupled device™
    Neural CGOS CCD™
    NCGOSCCD™

    Ontonics Website update
    We have rewritten the description of the project Holonicle::Deck, so that it gets more structure, and hence is easier to read and to und- erstand. And while we were already there, we added the electronic Plastic/Polymer Glass (ePG).

    The original texts of the old description can be found in the Website update of the 10th of June 2012 and the "Who has invented it?" Question of the Day #30 of the 26th of December 2012.

    And while we were at the webpage of our Innovation-Pipeline we added just for fun the new material:

  • Self-healing Graphene Carbon Fiber Reinforced Polymer

    and the short description of the:

  • ePG@Home.

    In the same context and field of our fibers, and due to the same reason, we also mentioned our carbon fibers and graphene fibers in the descriptions of the Self-healing Carbon Fiber Reinforced Polymer and Self-healing Graphene Fiber Reinforced Polymer.

    Furthermore, we added to the description of our Graphene Carbon Fiber the information that fabrics can be made by layering graphene fiber and carbon fiber fabrics on each other, or by weaving their fila- ments or fibers to one fabric.

    For sure, we did not meant our AeroAccu, but our Accu Fiber in the description of our electronic Plastic/Polymer Glass (ePG). We do apo- logize for the confusion. As an excuse, we added our Solar Fiber and some more exemplary applications to the description.

    For sure, to say Bidirectional Graphene OLED CMOS is nonsense, so we renamed it to Bidirectional OLED CGOS. Consequently, we also renamed the Bidirectional Graphene OLED CCD to Bidirectional OLED Graphene CCD. We saw this already yesterday, but could correct it today only, Said this, we also do apologize for this confusion, and in extenuation of this we added the description of our:

  • Graphene Charge-Coupled Device (GCCD),
  • Complentary Graphene Oxide Semiconductor (CGOS),
  • CGOS GCCD,
  • Super Graphene Charge-Coupled Device (SGCCD),
  • Super Complementary Graphene Oxide Semiconductor (SCGOS),
  • Super CGOS GCCD (SCGOSGCCD),
  • Neural Net Graphene Charge-Coupled Device (NNGCCD),
  • Neural Net Complementary Graphene Oxide Semiconductor (NNCGOS), and
  • Neural Net CGOS GCCD (NNCGOSGCCD),

    and updated the related descriptions accordingly.


    14.April.2013
    Comment of the Day #1
    Active eyewear™
    Rayfarer™
    Cyberskin™
    Sm@rtJewelry™
    One Glass Per Child™
    One Pair of Glasses Per Child™
    One Pair of Goggles Per Child™
    OGPC™
    TwoGlasses Per Child™
    Two Goggles Per Child™
    TGPC™
    One Watch Per Child™
    OWPC™
    XOX Glasses™
    XOX Goggles™
    XOX Watch™

    Comment of the Day #2
    "Euro Jackass"
    Or should we say Jackmoney?
    "Euro Schwarzer Peter"
    Oder sollten wir Schwarz(es )Geld oder Deppengeld sagen?

    Comment of the Day #3
    "Hopefully, there is no Google after death."
    Though this is already the case.

    Original vs. Inspiration
    1. row: A Research Institute Wearable Computing Project Lizzy with MicroOptical Color Eyeglass Display (1990s),
    2. row: MicroOptical resp. Myvu Clip-on VGA Display SV-3 (around 2000), MicroOptical Color Eyeglass Display (around 1998), NTT DoCoMo Clip-on Display AR Walker (2010)
    3. row: i-D 032 "The Jet Set Issue" (1985), A Research Institute Wearable Computing Project (around 2000), Lucas Arts RTX Red Rock (2003)
    4. row: James Bond "A View to a Kill" Adjustable Sunglasses for Window Reflection Elimination (1985), James Bond "The World is not Enough" X-Ray Glasses (1999)
    5. row: Interactive Eyeglasses Speculative Product Design for common Projector Glasses (around 2008), A Research Institute Interactive Eyeglasses with Bidirectional OLED CMOS Chip, PDA Connection, and Eye-Tracker (2010), DARPA Holographic Glasses Blade Tac Eye Marketing Design for common Head-Mounted Display (2011)
    6. row: Interactive Pico Projector Glasses Blade Design (2012)
    7. row: OntoLab, Ontoscope, and iRaiment Sm@rtEyewear Interact- ive electronic (Laminated) Safety/Security Glass (eLSG) or electronic Plastic/Polymer Panes (ePP) with optional Tetradirectional Active Display (TAD), Multilingual Multimodal Multimedia User Interface (M³UI), and Ontoscope MultiGlasses Architecture iRaiment Rayfarer and Cyberskin, aka. MultiRay-Ban Wayfarer and MultiOakley Frogskin (199x), OntoLab and Ontoscope → Umeå Institute of Design→Ville Lintamo Gesture resp. Dactylology controlled Device for Deaf and Hearing People (2008)

    Wearable Computing Project Lizzy led by Thad Starner
    MicroOptical resp. Myvu Clip-on VGA Display SV-3MicroOptical Color Eyeglass DisplayNTT DoCoMo Clip-on Display AR Walker
    i-D 032 The Jet Set IssueWearable Computing ProjectLucas Arts RTX Red Rock
    James Bond A View to a Kill Adjustable Sunglasses for Window Reflection EliminationJames Bond The World is not Enough X-Ray Glasses
    Interactive Eyeglasses Speculative Product Design for common Projector GlassesInteractive Eyeglasses with Bidirectional OLED CMOS Chip in the Temple, PDA Connection, and Eye-TrackerDARPA Holographic Glasses Blade Tac Eye Marketing Design for common Head-Mounted Display
    Interactive Pico Projector Glasses Blade Design
    OntoLab, Ontoscope, and iRaiment Sm@rtEyewear Interactive electronic (Laminated) Safety/Security Glass (eLSG) or electronic Plastic/Polymer Panes (ePP) with optional Tetradirectional Active Display (TAD), Multilingual Multimodal Multimedia User Interface (M³UI), and Ontoscope Architecture iRaiment Rayfarer and Cyberskin, aka. MultiRay-Ban Wayfarer and MultiOakley FrogskinOntoLab and Ontoscope → Umeå Institute of Design→Ville Lintamo Gesture resp. Dactylology controlled Device for Deaf and Hearing People
    © :I, MicroOptical, :(, i-D, :I, Lucas Arts, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, :(, :I, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), :(, Luxottica, OntoLab, Ontoscope, Umeå Institute of Design

    Obviously, a large internet company only tries to mislead the public once again with its marketing. See also the Original vs. Inspiration of the 6th of December 2010, our Head-Mounted Display 2.0 technolo- gy and our Sm@rtEyewear series.

    Ontonics Website update
    We added to the subsection Sm@rtEyewear an own description of the:

  • Active Eyewear,

    which was implicitly described in parts in the general description of our Sm@rtEyewear range.

    We also replaced the terms multi-layer/stacked displays/screens, MobileKinetic, and haptic speakers with Holonicle, Kineticle, and Hapticle in the description of our electronic Laminated (Safety/Sec- urity) Glass (eLSG).

    For sure, we do need NanoGlue and not NanoGum for our self-healing carbon and graphene fiber-reinforced polymers. Said this, we have corrected this small mistake.

    Obviously, our technology of the electronic Plastic/Polymer Glass (ePG) has a much broader field of application and the term glass is also misleading. Said this, we decided to take the alternative already thought of two days ago and simply renamed it to electronic Plastic /Polymer. Furthermore, we overworked the description, and also add- ed additional features like self-sharpening glasses and functions by the Ontoscope architecture, like selective and non-selective zoom, autofocus, and sensing, and night- and multiray-vision.

    Also, we mentioned the toxel screen elements in the description of the Super Charge-Coupled Device, Super Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor, Super Graphene Charge-Coupled Device, and Super Complementary Graphene Semiconductor.

    iRaiment Further steps One Glass Per Child (OGPC) #1 and One Watch Per Child (OWPC) #1
    We are pleased to announce our new projects One Glass Per Child (OGPC) and One Watch Per Child (OWPC) with the new devices that are the:

  • XOX Glasses based on our Sm@rtEyewear series and
  • XOX Watch based on our Sm@rtWatch series.


    15.April.2013
    Comment of the Day
    Graphene core™
    GCPU™
    Neural net graphene processor™
    Neural net graphene chip™
    Neural net graphene core™
    NNGC™
    Neural net graphene CPU™
    NNGCPU™
    Laser diode charge-coupled device™
    LD CCD™
    LCCD™
    Laser diode complementary metal oxide semiconductor™
    LD CMOS™
    L CMOS™
    Laser diode complementary metal oxide semiconductor charge-soupled device™
    LD CMOS CCD™
    L CMOS CCD™
    Laser diode graphene charge-coupled device™
    LD GCCD™
    L GCCD™
    Laser diode complementary graphene oxide semiconductor™
    LD CGOS™
    L CGOS™
    Laser diode complementary graphene oxide semiconductor charge-coupled device™
    LD CGOS GCCD™
    L CGOS GCCD™
    Neural organic light-emitting diode charge-coupled device™
    Neural OLED CCD™
    N OLED CCD™
    Neural organic light-emitting diode complementary metal oxide semiconductor™
    Neural OLED CMOS™
    N OLED CMOS™
    Neural organic light-emitting diode complementary metal oxide semiconductor charge-coupled device™
    Neural OLED CMOS CCD™
    N OLED CMOS CCD™
    Neural organic light-emitting diode graphene charge-coupled device™
    Neural OLED GCCD™
    N OLED GCCD™
    Neural organic light-emitting diode complementary graphene oxide semiconductor™
    Neural OLED CGOS™
    N OLED CGOS™
    Neural organic light-emitting diode complementary graphene oxide semiconductor charge-coupled device™
    Neural OLED CGOS GCCD™
    N OLED CGOS GCCD™
    Neural laser diode charge-coupled device™
    Neural LD CCD™
    N LD CCD™
    N L CCD™
    Neural laser diode complementary metal oxide semiconductor™
    Neural LD CMOS™
    N LD CMOS™
    N L CMOS™
    Neural laser diode complementary metal oxide semiconductor charge-coupled device™
    Neural LD CMOS CCD™
    N LD CMOS CCD™
    N L CMOS CCD™
    Neural laser diode graphene charge-coupled device™
    Neural LD GCCD™
    N LD GCCD™
    N L GCCD™
    Neural laser diode complementary graphene oxide semiconductor™
    Neural LD CGOS™
    N LD CGOS™
    N L CGOS™
    Neural laser diode complementary graphene oxide semiconductor charge-coupled device™
    Neural LD CGOS GCCD™
    N LD CGOS GCCD™
    N L CGOS GCCD™
    Neural net organic light-emitting diode charge-coupled device™
    Neural net OLED CCD™
    NN OLED CCD™
    Neural net organic light-emitting diode complementary metal oxide semiconductor™
    Neural net OLED CMOS™
    NN OLED CMOS™
    Neural net organic light-emitting diode complementary metal oxide semiconductor charge-coupled device™
    Neural net OLED CMOS CCD™
    NN OLED CMOS CCD™
    Neural net organic light-emitting diode graphene charge-coupled device™
    Neural net OLED GCCD™
    NN OLED GCCD™
    Neural net organic light-emitting diode complementary graphene oxide semiconductor™
    Neural net OLED CGOS™
    NN OLED CGOS™
    Neural net organic light-emitting diode complementary graphene oxide semiconductor charge-coupled device™
    Neural net OLED CGOS GCCD™
    NN OLED CGOS GCCD™
    Neural net laser diode charge-coupled device™
    Neural net LD CCD™
    NN LD CCD™
    NN L CCD™
    Neural net laser diode complementary metal oxide semiconductor™
    Neural net LD CMOS™
    NN LD CMOS™
    NN L CMOS™
    Neural net laser diode complementary metal oxide semiconductor charge-coupled device™
    Neural net LD CMOS CCD™
    NN LD CMOS CCD™
    NN L CMOS CCD™
    Neural net laser diode graphene charge-coupled device™
    Neural net LD GCCD™
    NN LD GCCD™
    NN L GCCD™
    Neural net laser diode complementary graphene oxide semiconductor™
    Neural net LD CGOS™
    NN LD CGOS™
    NN L CGOS™
    Neural net laser diode complementary graphene oxide semiconductor charge-coupled device™
    Neural net LD CGOS GCCD™
    NN LD CGOS GCCD™
    NN L CGOS GCCD™

    Ontonics Website update
    We added the new projects:

  • Neural Net Graphene Chip (NNGC) 2:35 CET,
  • OLED CMOS CCD,
  • OLED CGOS GCCD,
  • Laser Diode CCD (LD CCD) 3:03 CET,
  • Laser Diode CMOS (LD CMOS) 3:03 CET,
  • Laser Diode CMOS CCD (LD CMOS CDD) 22:02 CET,
  • Laser Diode GCCD (LD GCCD) 3:05 CET,
  • Laser Diode CGOS (LD CGOS) 3:05 CET,
  • Laser Diode CGOS GCCD (LD CGOS GCCD) 22:02 CET,
  • Neural Net OLED CCD (NN OLED CCD) 22:20 CET,
  • Neural Net OLED CMOS (NN OLED CMOS) 22:20 CET,
  • Neural Net OLED CMOS CCD (NN OLED CMOS CCD) 22:20 CET,
  • Neural Net OLED GCCD (NN OLED GCCD) 22:20 CET,
  • Neural Net OLED CGOS (NN OLED CGOS) 22:20 CET,
  • Neural Net OLED CGOS GCCD (NN OLED CGOS GCCD) 22:20 CET,
  • Neural Net Laser Diode CCD (NN LD CCD) 22:20 CET,
  • Neural Net Laser Diode CMOS (NN LD CMOS) 22:20 CET,
  • Neural Net Laser Diode CMOS CCD (NN LD CCD) 22:20 CET,
  • Neural Net Laser Diode GCCD (NN LD GCCD) 22:20 CET,
  • Neural Net Laser Diode CGOS (NN LD CGOS) 22:20 CET, and
  • Neural Net Laser Diode CGOS GCCD (NN LD CGOS GCCD) 22:20 CET.

    We also mentioned in the description of our BeamEyewear the information that the version is especially interesting, which has a projector, for example one based on our (O)LED DLP Image Display 2.0 technology, for beaming images directly or indirectly onto the retina of its user, and that does not use the motion of the eye only, but also the increase and decrease of the pupil size. This is also implicitly given in the description of our Head-Mounted Display 2.0 for example.


    16.April.2013
    Comment of the Day
    Graphene light-emitting diode™
    GLED™
    Graphene laser diode™
    GLD™
    Light-emitting diode graphene charge-coupled device™
    LED GCCD™
    Light-emitting diode complementary graphene oxide semiconductor™
    LED CGOS™
    Light-emitting diode complementary graphene oxide semiconductor charge-coupled device™
    LED CGOS GCCD™
    Digital light processing charge-coupled device™
    DLP CCD™
    Digital light processing complementary metal oxide semiconductor™
    DLP CMOS™
    Digital light processing complementary metal oxide semiconductor charge-soupled device™
    DLP CMOS CCD™
    LDigital light processing graphene charge-coupled device™
    DLP GCCD™
    Digital light processing complementary graphene oxide semiconductor™
    DLP CGOS™
    Digital light processing complementary graphene oxide semiconductor charge-coupled device™
    DLP CGOS GCCD™
    Neural digital light processing charge-coupled device™
    Neural DLP CCD™
    N DLP CCD™
    Neural digital light processing complementary metal oxide semiconductor™
    Neural DLP CMOS™
    N DLP CMOS™
    Neural digital light processing complementary metal oxide semiconductor charge-coupled device™
    Neural DLP CMOS CCD™
    N DLP CMOS CCD™
    Neural digital light processing graphene charge-coupled device™
    Neural DLP GCCD™
    N DLP GCCD™
    Neural digital light processing complementary graphene oxide semiconductor™
    Neural DLP CGOS™
    N DLP CGOS™
    Neural digital light processing complementary graphene oxide semiconductor charge-coupled device™
    Neural DLP CGOS GCCD™
    N DLP CGOS GCCD™
    Neural net digital light processing charge-coupled device™
    Neural net DLP CCD™
    NN DLP CCD™
    Neural net digital light processing complementary metal oxide semiconductor™
    Neural net DLP CMOS™
    NN DLP CMOS™
    Neural net digital light processing complementary metal oxide semiconductor charge-coupled device™
    Neural net DLP CMOS CCD™
    NN DLP CMOS CCD™
    Neural net digital light processing graphene charge-coupled device™
    Neural net DLP GCCD™
    NN DLP GCCD™
    Neural net digital light processing complementary graphene oxide semiconductor™
    Neural net DLP CGOS™
    NN DLP CGOS™
    Neural net digital light processing complementary graphene oxide semiconductor charge-coupled device™
    Neural net DLP CGOS GCCD™
    NN DLP CGOS GCCD™
    Light-emitting diode digital light processing charge-coupled device™
    LED DLP CCD™
    Light-emitting diode digital light processing complementary metal oxide semiconductor™
    LED DLP CMOS™
    Light-emitting diode digital light processing complementary metal oxide semiconductor charge-soupled device™
    LED DLP CMOS CCD™
    Light-emitting diode digital light processing graphene charge-coupled device™
    LED DLP GCCD™
    Light-emitting diode digital light processing complementary graphene oxide semiconductor™
    LED DLP CGOS™
    Light-emitting diode digital light processing complementary graphene oxide semiconductor charge-coupled device™
    LED DLP CGOS GCCD™
    Neural light-emitting diode digital light processing charge-coupled device™
    Neural LED DLP CCD™
    N LED DLP CCD™
    Neural light-emitting diode digital light processing complementary metal oxide semiconductor™
    Neural LED DLP CMOS™
    N LED DLP CMOS™
    Neural light-emitting diode digital light processing complementary metal oxide semiconductor charge-coupled device™
    Neural LED DLP CMOS CCD™
    N LED DLP CMOS CCD™
    Neural light-emitting diode digital light processing graphene charge-coupled device™
    Neural LED DLP GCCD™
    N LED DLP GCCD™
    Neural light-emitting diode digital light processing complementary graphene oxide semiconductor™
    Neural LED DLP CGOS™
    N LED DLP CGOS™
    Neural light-emitting diode digital light processing complementary graphene oxide semiconductor charge-coupled device™
    Neural LED DLP CGOS GCCD™
    N LED DLP CGOS GCCD™
    Neural net light-emitting diode digital light processing charge-coupled device™
    Neural net LED DLP CCD™
    NN LED DLP CCD™
    Neural net light-emitting diode digital light processing complementary metal oxide semiconductor™
    Neural net LED DLP CMOS™
    NN LED DLP CMOS™
    Neural net light-emitting diode digital light processing complementary metal oxide semiconductor charge-coupled device™
    Neural net LED DLP CMOS CCD™
    NN LED DLP CMOS CCD™
    Neural net light-emitting diode digital light processing graphene charge-coupled device™
    Neural net LED DLP GCCD™
    NN LED DLP GCCD™
    Neural net light-emitting diode digital light processing complementary graphene oxide semiconductor™
    Neural net LED DLP CGOS™
    NN LED DLP CGOS™
    Neural net light-emitting diode digital light processing complementary graphene oxide semiconductor charge-coupled device™
    Neural net LED DLP CGOS GCCD™
    NN LED DLP CGOS GCCD™
    Laser diode digital light processing charge-coupled device™
    LD DLP CCD™
    L DLP CCD™
    Laser diode digital light processing complementary metal oxide semiconductor™
    LD DLP CMOS™
    L DLP CMOS™
    Laser diode digital light processing complementary metal oxide semiconductor charge-soupled device™
    LD DLP CMOS CCD™
    L DLP CMOS CCD™
    Laser diode digital light processing graphene charge-coupled device™
    LD DLP GCCD™
    L DLP GCCD™
    Laser diode digital light processing complementary graphene oxide semiconductor™
    LD DLP CGOS™
    L DLP CGOS™
    Laser diode digital light processing complementary graphene oxide semiconductor charge-coupled device™
    LD DLP CGOS GCCD™
    L DLP CGOS GCCD™
    Neural laser diode digital light processing charge-coupled device™
    Neural LED DLP CCD™
    N LD DLP CCD™
    N L DLP CCD™
    Neural laser diode digital light processing complementary metal oxide semiconductor™
    Neural LD DLP CMOS™
    N LD DLP CMOS™
    N L DLP CMOS™
    Neural laser diode digital light processing complementary metal oxide semiconductor charge-coupled device™
    Neural LD DLP CMOS CCD™
    N LD DLP CMOS CCD™
    N L DLP CMOS CCD™
    Neural laser diode digital light processing graphene charge-coupled device™
    Neural LED DLP GCCD™
    N LED DLP GCCD™
    Neural laser diode digital light processing complementary graphene oxide semiconductor™
    Neural LED DLP CGOS™
    N LED DLP CGOS™
    Neural laser diode digital light processing complementary graphene oxide semiconductor charge-coupled device™
    Neural LED DLP CGOS GCCD™
    N LED DLP CGOS GCCD™
    Neural net laser diode digital light processing charge-coupled device™
    Neural net LD DLP CCD™
    NN LD DLP CCD™
    NN L DLP CCD™
    Neural net laser diode digital light processing complementary metal oxide semiconductor™
    Neural net LD DLP CMOS™
    NN LD DLP CMOS™
    NN L DLP CMOS™
    Neural net laser diode digital light processing complementary metal oxide semiconductor charge-coupled device™
    Neural net LD DLP CMOS CCD™
    NN LD DLP CMOS CCD™
    NN L DLP CMOS CCD™
    Neural net laser diode digital light processing graphene charge-coupled device™
    Neural net LD DLP GCCD™
    NN LD DLP GCCD™
    NN L DLP GCCD™
    Neural net laser diode digital light processing complementary graphene oxide semiconductor™
    Neural net LD DLP CGOS™
    NN LD DLP CGOS™
    NN L DLP CGOS™
    Neural net laser diode digital light processing complementary graphene oxide semiconductor charge-coupled device™
    Neural net LD DLP CGOS GCCD™
    NN LD DLP CGOS GCCD™
    NN L DLP CGOS GCCD™

    Ontonics Website update
    We already developed the following new projects yesterday, but somehow had only described the laser diode respectively the NanoProjector and OLED based solutions. Said this, we added today our new projects:

  • DLP CCD (DLP CCD),
  • DLP CMOS (DLP CMOS),
  • DLP CMOS CCD (DLP CMOS CDD),
  • DLP GCCD (DLP GCCD),
  • DLP CGOS (DLP CGOS),
  • DLP CGOS GCCD (DLP CGOS GCCD),
  • Neural Net DLP CCD (NN DLP CCD),
  • Neural Net DLP CMOS (NN DLP CMOS),
  • Neural Net DLP CMOS CCD (NN DLP CCD),
  • Neural Net DLP GCCD (NN DLP GCCD),
  • Neural Net DLP CGOS (NN DLP CGOS), and
  • Neural Net DLP CGOS GCCD (NN DLP CGOS GCCD),

    which are derived from our LED DLP Image Display 2.0 technology and hence can use light-emitting diodes of all types, like Organic Licht-Emitting Diodes (OLEDs), Laser Diodes (LDs), and Graphene Light-Emitting Diodes (GLEDs).

    We also mentioned our Laser Image Display 2.0 in these project descriptions, which is implicitly given by the bidirectional characteristic of the technology, and explicitly mentioned that they are indeed bi-, tri-, and tretadirectional technologies.

    We summarized our different CCD, CMOS, GCCD, and CGOS, as well as neural net-based devices in the following descriptions:

  • LED CCD,
  • LED CMOS,
  • LED CMOS CCD,
  • LED GCCD,
  • LED CGOS,
  • LED CGOS GCCD,
  • NN LED CCD,
  • NN LED CMOS,
  • NN LED CMOS CCD,
  • NN LED GCCD,
  • NN LED CGOS, and
  • NN LED CGOS GCCD.

    Furthermore, we added the new technology of the:

  • Graphene Light-Emitting Diode (GLED)

    to the Innovation-Pipeline, which laser diodes and further types of light-emitting diode as well, and was implicitly described in parts with our LED GCCD, LED CGOS, and LED CGOS GCCD.

    And we extended the Graphene Chip to Graphene Core and Chip/Processor.


    17.April.2013
    Comment of the Day
    Max-Com™

    Ontonics Website update
    We added to the description of our LCD Image Display 2.0, LED DLP Image Display 2.0, Plasma Image Display 2.0, and Laser Image Dis- play 2.0 technologies the control of the user interface and the technique of Augmented Reality (AR) as further exemplary applic- ations, which are already implicitly given in the description of other technologies and strongly connected with our Multimodal Multimedia User Interface (M²UI).

    We also added to the description of our MultiGPS that it can be used together with an inertial navigation system based on a gyroscope, an accelerometer, magnetometer, or/and other motion-sensing devices.


    19.April.2013
    Comment of the Day
    Pure excitement™
    Multibrille™
    Superglasses™
    Supergoggles™
    Ultraglasses™
    Ultragoggles™


    20.April.2013
    Comment of the Day
    Automotive World Wide Web™
    AW³™
    Smart flex™

    Investigations::Car #382

  • Volkswagen→Audi: The marque has taken again intellectual properties from us. This time it is the so-called Pre Sense assistance system, which utilizes two "Radar Sensors" in the bumper and a video camera even called "Active Camera" in front of the interior rear-view mirror, which work together (see the image below). It is already clear that we have here our Active Cam and Active Sensor components and their interplay as Active Components. In this relation it does not matter as well, that it could not be seen from the outside, if the two radar systems in the bumper are acting as a 3D sensor, and if the two radar system are visual sensors or other types of sensors due to the general concept of our Active Components architecture, and the Active Cam and Ontoscope, and Active Sensor technologies. Two additional radar sensors are installed in the rear bumper for similar use. Furthermore, in a presented video that is called the Pre Sense tutorial, it is explained that "The system automatically calculates the likelihood of a front end collision and activates several safety functions, if a collision appears evident [...] uses radar sensors and a video camera [...] and works in conjunction with the adaptive cruise control and lane assist features". The term "appears evident" is doubtlessly the feature "proactive drive predicts the future" of our AutoSematic::Car package of OntoLinux and OntoLix that power our pre-sensing and pro-Active Components with the term drive used in the sense of driving and not of a drivetrain, obviously. The parts of the Pre Sense system can also be controlled with the In-Vehicle Infotainment system.

    Style of Speed Pre-sensing and Pro-Active Components Active Camera and Active Sensors → Volkswagen→Audi Pre Sense
    © Style of Speed and Audi

    Also, it is rumoured that the marque is developing a predictive suspension, which is the combination of our Active Suspension and Active Trac systems in the interplay with again our Active Cam and Active Sensor components and our predictive AutoSematic::Car package as part of our (Pro)Active Component architecture. Moreover, it is reported that some of the next model generations will feature more technologies, which seem to be related with or even are our Space@Car concept, our OntoLinux and OntoLix with the Multilingual Multimodal Multimedia User Interface (M³UI), and also our e-dashboard (see the case of some automotive online magazines below).
    Moreover, the broad marketing attack on our A * B * B * L * P series now called * Series (Star Series) seems to have been started already in the December of the year 2012 in the same way in the media, which publicated similar reports in the form of rumours that claim that the marque is developing the model R20, aka. R10 or Scorpion. Obviously, our story of our model A* (A Star) of the * Series has been stolen (see the Style of Speed Further steps of the 2nd, 4th, 5th, 12th, and 22nd of October 2012, and the case of the marque Volkswagen→Audi in the Investigations::Car #368 of the 28th of November 2012, and also the case of the marque Volkswagen→Audi→Lamborghini in the Investigations::Car #378 of the 9th of March 2013), as our readers have seen directly. Moreover, some reports also claim that the new model features inventions, which in fact are our solutions. Additionally, all of the reports read by us showed speculative images, which were made by following our sketches of the A*, but some of them also have essential design lines of our model Caccia, which points to the strategy to copy the whole design language directly as well and to have also a successor for the model Gallardo or the model Miura by the marque Lamborghini in this way (see the related cases of the media and the details below).
    What makes all these rumours so conspicuous are the points that they are always based on our solutions or in most cases even are our solutions, which are said to be inventions of the marque Audi, but not of another manufacturer, that we are presented as insiders belonging to Audi instead as the true inventors, and that some months later our solutions are presented by the marque at large exhibitions. Somehow, we can clearly see a pattern of activities that make up a further methode, another methode is to implement our solutions with other research institutes and companies and then to present them as their innovations, and therefore must have the impression that the marque itself has put out the related informations for such reports for misleading the public, stealing our show, and damaging our company without being named directly, as it did at least since the development of the model R8, and then later with our RE and its original electric quattro drivetrain, our IVI and multimedia systems, and recently also with our Active Components (see the beginning of this investigative case again). If this is truly the case, then we can only say that it will not work in the mid-term and hence it will not work at all.

  • Detroit Electric: That bold company thought to be very clever and has stolen our trademarke Pure Electric™, specifically with its copyright infringing slogan "Pure Electric Excitement",and some other things from our website (vision, number plate with DE 010, and so on), and our AutoSmartphone™ /SmartAutophone™ solution "smartphone command control system" and "Unique SAMI infotainment system [-] The cabin of the [car] is packed with innovation, being the first to use smartphone applications to manage the complete in-car infotainment[/In-Vehicle Infotainment (IVI)] system. Named 'SAMI' (Smartphone Application Managed Infotainment system), SAMI provides access to a wide range of functions, including music player, satellite navigation, interior lighting adjust and vehicle systems status – such as the level of battery charge, range to recharge and other vehicle telemetry. It can, of course, also be used to make mobile phone calls. The inspiration does not just stop here. SAMI can also act as a remote control unit (via GSM), enabling the user to locate the vehicle, turn on the climate control system and check the charge status." All claims related with the smartphone are only criminal marketing lies (see the Clarification of the 7th of January 2013). The presented car itself is nothing else than an updated version of the Tesla Motors Roadster with a newer exterior design based on the actual design of the Lotus Elise and lithium-polymer and not lithium-ion battery cells, as it is specified on its website and wrongly reported by the media. Said this, we would not be surprised, if the whole marketing hoax is more related with the attempt to steal our AutoSmartphone solution by a larger company than with the electric sports car itself, which is even strengthened by the facts that the company does not only use a Lotus Elise, but also has a connection since the year 2009 with the company Proton, which is the owner of the company Lotus, and by the following information given on its website: "The Detroit Electric story was recharged, rebooted and re-launched in 2008 by Albert Lam - the former CEO of the Lotus Engineering Group.", which would also explain why that small company does know our division Style of Speed. By the way, we do not believe that the car is built since the year 2008, because what we see can be done in some few days.
    We, the Christian Stroetmann GmbH, demand the company Detroit Electric Holding to delete all texts and to stop all marketing activities immediately that infringe our copyright.
  • Axel Springer→Auto Bild: Unsportlich wie immer wurde wieder einmal ein Inhalt unserer Web-Auftritte genommen und teilweise falsch wiedergegeben. Diesmal geht es um das Modell A* (A Star) unserer * Serie (Star Serie), auch bekannt als A * B * B * L * P Serie, über das folgendes geschrieben wurde: "Audi macht sich im VW-Konzern für einen Angriff bereit. Ein neuer Supersportler nimmt gleich vier Konzern-Marken ins Visier. Mit einem neuen Supersportwagen namens R20[, aba. R10 oder Scorpion] will Audi den Konzernmarken Bentley, Bugatti, Lamborghini und Porsche Konkurrenz machen [(offensichtlich hat man den Sinn unserer Abkürzung A * B * B * L * P)]. Als Technikträger des Straßenrenners soll die nächste Generation des Le-Mans-Hybrid-Rennwagens dienen." Dazu wurde ein spekulatives Bild eines Fahrzeuges gezeigt, dass unseren Skizzen folgt und die essentialen Designelemente aufweist, wie etwa das Dach, die Seitenlinie und die vertikal gestapelten LED-Frontscheinwerfer (siehe auch den entsprechenden Abschnitt im investigativen Fall der Marke Volkswagen→Audi oben). Meldungen dieser Art wurden immer wieder in der Vergangenheit lanciert um ein entsprechendes Modell des Herstellers Volkswagen und seiner Marken vorzubereiten, dass in Wirklichkeit von uns ist, um letztendlich so früh wie möglich die Öffentlichkeit zu täuschen. Deshalb ist der Verdacht eines koordinierten Vorgehens gemeinsam mit der Marke nicht von der Hand zu weisen. In diesem Zusammenhang ist es genauso wenig überraschend, dass der Report von den Medienunternehmen Bertelsmann→RTL→N-TV and Hubert Burda→Focus nicht nur sinngemäß übernommen wurde, wie wir es auch in der Vergangenheit schon des Öfteren dokumentiert haben, sondern sogar exakt reproduziert wurde.
  • Bertelsmann→RTL→N-TV: see the case of Axel Springer→Auto Bild above
  • Hubert Burda→Focus: see the case of Bertelsmann→RTL→N-TV above
  • Some Automotive Magazines: Some other media companies have even more informations stolen from our specifications for their reports about a rumoured new model of the marque Volkswagen→Audi, which is nothing else than the model A* (A Star) of our * Series (Star Series), also known as A * B * B * L * P Series, and claimed that the so-called model R10, R20, or Scorpion will feature our "active contour seats", as shown with the model j! the first time, our "e-quattro®™" drivetrain with "torque vectoring" and more drive assistance technologies, which is based on our Active Differential #2 at each axle and was presented with the models Elletoro and RE, our "active aerodynamics system", a "multi-functional black panel center display instead of conventional instruments", which seems to be derived from our e-dashboard, and a "camera-based surround-view package", which seems to be our Active Camera and Active Rear-view Mirror components. The reports also publicated images of different speculative designs that all show the essential elements of our model A*, which are the specific basic lines of the roof and the side, as well as the vertical stacked LED headlights of the Le Mans Prototype (LMP) race car model R18.
    Also, eventually due to put out informations by the marque itself it is rumoured that the marque is developing a predictive suspension that anticipates the road conformation based on a system consisting of cameras and Photo-Mixed Detector (PMD) devices, which combines the laser with radar sensors. The new system will scan the road 20 meters before the car and the information received will be processed by very fast computers, which then will command the dampers to adjust according to the speed and the chosen driving program. It is obvious in this case as well, that this is the combination of our Active Susepension and Active Trac systems in the interplay with again our Active Cam and Active Sensor components and our predictive AutoSematic::Car package as part of our (Pro)Active Component architecture. Moreover, it is reported that some of the next model generations will have a Head-Up Display (HUD), which we guess will feature more than a common HUD function that projects machine data onto the windscreen, so that it will be based on our Space@Car solution, as well as multi-touch user interfaces, tactile feedback function, and voice and gesture controls, which doubtlessly are again features of our solutions, specifically again of our OntoLinux and OntoLix and their Multilingual Multimodal Multimedia User Interface (M³UI), and also of our e-dashboard.


    21.April.2013
    Comment of the Day
    Multi head-up display™
    MHUD™
    Augmented reality head-up display™
    AR head-up display™
    ARHUD™
    Mixed reality head-up display™
    MR head-up display™
    MRHUD™
    Head-up display Plus™
    HUD Plus™
    Head-up display +™
    HUD+™
    Head-up display ++™
    HUD++™
    Head-up display #™
    HUD#™
    Active black box™
    Cyber limb™
    Talk to the hand™

    Ontonics Website update
    We added the description of our latest prosthetic and cybernetic technologies simply called:

  • Cyber Limb 14:14 CET.

    Talk to the hand! :D

    Style of Speed Further steps
    Yesterday, we have begun to add the new sections called Computing and Multimedia, and Robotics for the related concepts, techniques, and technologies that could be found in the section Supplement and on our websites. While the existing webpages will be simply linked within the new section, new webpages will be written for the:

  • OntoLix and OntoLinux systems with distributed computing, World Wide Web (WWW), and e.g. media streaming,
  • Hyper Connectivity suite with the cloud computing technologies
    • AutoCloud,
    • MapCloud,
    • AutoMapCloud,
    • MediaCloud, and
    • Car in the Cloud,
  • Artificial Intelligence (AI) suite with the
    • AutoSemantic package of OntoLix and OntoLinux and
    • AutoBrain,
  • User Interface (UI) suite with the
    • Car X-Window System and
    • Multilingual Multimodal Multimedia User Interface (M³UI),
  • environment suite with the
    • Multi Head-Up Display (MHUD),
    • Space@Car Augmented Reality (AR) interior and exterior environments,
    • Holodeck@Car Virtual Reality (VR) interior environment,
  • electronic Polymer (eP),
  • Animaterior,
    as well as
  • Knight robotic vehicle system suite
    • Knight Intelligent Transport Totality (K.I.T.T.) and
    • Knight Auto-cybernetic Roving Robotics (K.A.R.R.),
  • Swarming Intelligence System (SIS),
    and others if needed.

    Style of Speed Website update
    We also added a picture of the potential interior of our model Caccia that is taken from the concept car Brivido by the design studio Volkswagen→Audi→Lamborghini→Italdesign Giugiaro, which again is based on technologies of us like the e-dashboard and the pad computer integration.


    22.April.2013
    Joke of the Day
    "I swear it here in the german democratic television.", [Giuseppe Piero "Beppe" Grillo, Interview in the ARD, 21st of April 2013]
    In detail, the subject was that Grillo declared in an interview with the ARD to rip the Italian political establishment and their defrauding media network apart, which he finished with the statement above that we repeated equally worded. The bad joke is that the ARD belongs to the media network of the german political establishment and hence is exactly the counterpart of what Beppe fights in Italy. That was not funny anymore, clown, but only naive or even stupid (see also our Comment of the Day #2 of the 10th of December 2012).

    Style of Speed Further steps
    We have begun to design the third generation of our X-3*/LittleStar Two-Phase-To-Suborbit (TPTS) and Two-Stage-To-Orbit (TSTO) system by following the concept Orbital Vehicle (OV) SpaceExpress in general, and adding a double bubble lifting body fuselage based on the structural elements of the SubOrbital Test Vehicle (SubOTV) X-33, adapting essential components of the propulsion system of our Space Shuttle III/BigStar, like the J-2X rocket engine as the foundation for our High Performance Aerospike engines, as well as utilizing the latest hightech materials. This will optimize the efficiency of the space vehicle's body and its propulsion system very significantly, and hence improve the overall efficiency of our LittleStar impressively, so that either its load capacity or its range can be doubled, which in the latter case makes our X-3*/LittleStar a One-Phase-To-Suborbit (OPTS) system, or simply said a true suborbiter respectively space plane, and eventually with a little booster module or a new propulsion feature a Single-Stage-To-Orbit (SSTO) system.

    Investigtions::Multimedia

  • Sharp: In a report about the installation of a black box in cars by the company it was differentiated between passive and active assistancesystems. This gives us the opportunity to draw the white line exactly, because we did not meant the passive solution, but our Active Black Box with our description in the Innovation-Pipeline of Ontonics.
  • Telefonica: The company has taken our description of our black box for land vehicles and went to insurance companies for selling the system. For sure, it can act in this way, but it is already obvious that such a black box will be integrated into the overall automotive computing system somehow, and then we have our solution of the Active Black Box, as it can be easily seen with the fact that our black box solution "uses the video cameras at the front and rear as well as all sensors of a vehicle as data sources", and for sure our related services for further service providers.
  • Deutsche Telekom: In a commercial the company presented features of its set-top box, that in fact are the function of speech resp. voice control of our multimodal Smart Remote Control in the version that also has a touchscreen and a mobile/cell phone module, and the overall distributed computing architecture of our XTbox, which in the case of the company is also powered by a Linux based operating systems and interacts with the shown Smart Remote Control through a related software application.
    In diesem Fall fordern wir bereits eine Kompensation für die bisherigen Schäden wie folgt:
    • 2,00 Euro für die Software-Applikation der Smarten Fernbedienung

      und

    • 2,00 Euro als Konventionalstrafe
    und
  • für das Modell Entertain Zinsen mit einem Zinssatz von 3% pro Jahr für die ausstehende Kompensation beginnend mit dem ersten Monat des Verkaufs und berechnet nach der monatlichen Anzahl von verkauften Geräten.

    Wir sehen auch nach, ob weitere Eigenschaften unserer XTbox übernommen wurden, was weitere Lizensgebühren zu der gesamten Lizenzgebühr und der Konventionalstrafe hinzufügen würde.

  • Microsoft: As we documented several times, the company is selling tablet computers with multi-touchscreen and digital pen/stylus based on our derivation of its technology for multimedia tables called Surface for such tablet computers.
    Said this, we demand the compensation of the following damages so far:
  • for each tablet computer Surface and similar device concerned
    • 3.50 euro for the tablet computer 3.0 with multi-touch funct- ionality and digital pen/stylus, and
    • 0.50 euro for the "Surface" marketing story,

      that adds to 4.00 euro per device, and

    • 4.00 euro as penalty,
    and
  • for all devices an interest with a rate of 3% per year for the outstanding compensations beginning with the month of their first release and calculated after the monthly numbers of sold devices.

    We are also looking if further technologie have been taken used, which would add further license fees to the overall license fee and the penalty of the related devices.

    If needed, and as long as no negotiations have been done and no contract is signed, we will adjust the license fees and also demand to clean the whole internet from our copyrighted contents.

    Investigations::Culture
    Nach dem Precht schon mehrfach auf Trittbrettern von C.S. aufgesprungen ist, wie man es zum Beispiel im Bereich der Wirtschaft eindeutig erkennen konnte, versucht er sich nun der Öffentlichkeit als den großen revolutionären Reformator im Bildungswesen zu verkaufen. Dass er dabei lediglich einen billigen Abklatsch von Humboldt und anderen Persönlichkeiten in diesem Bereich sowie wieder einmal C.S. darstellt spiegelt auch nur seine Belanglosigkeit als Philosoph wieder. Aber für die ARD und das ZDF reicht es offenbar, sonst würde man schließlich nicht weiterhin über ihn berichten und zu Gesprächsrunden einladen.


    23.April.2013
    Comment of the day
    Spaceline™
    Webglkit™
    Sugar 3D™

    Ontonics Website update
    We have moved the descriptions of our XTbox and Cell Cash Card to the subsection Soft- and Hardware-Technology and added to the description of our Phone TV and Game TV that they can be ideally combined with the XTbox.

    We also added the description of our:

  • WebGLKit.

    Ontonics Further steps
    Instead of presenting ridiculous projects, like for example selling a ride on a firework rocket into the sub-orbit or a one way ticktet to the Mars, we have developed our new Spaceline business called Mars Express after our Moon Express. As Spaceliners we already presented our Drake, aka. Dragon X, and our Spacecrafter, aka. Space Dragon, some years ago.

    OntoLix and OntoLinux Further steps
    We had a quick look at the Machine Translation (MT) systems Moses that in addition can be connected to a hybrid MT system.


    24.April.2013
    Comment of the day
    Speech cloud™
    Speak cloud™
    Talk cloud™
    Voice cloud™
    Speech channel™
    Speak channel™
    Talk channel™
    Voice channel™
    P2P speech™
    P2P speak™
    P2P talk™
    P2P voice™
    Multiframe™
    Ontoframe™
    iUniform™

    Original vs. Inspiration
    1. row: OntoLab and Ontoscope Sm@rtEyewear Interactive elec- tronic Plastic/Polymer Panes (ePP) with optional Scratch-Resistant Iridium Coating, Tetradirectional Active Display, Multilingual Multi- modal Multimedia User Interface (M³UI), and Ontoscope MultiGlasses Architecture with Wireless Recharging MultiOakley MultiFrame 2 S
    2. row: OntoLab and Ontoscope Sm@rtEyewear Interactive elec- tronic Plastic/Polymer Panes (ePP) with optional Scratch-Resistant Iridium Coating, Tetradirectional Active Display, Multilingual Multi- modal Multimedia User Interface (M³UI), and Ontoscope MultiGlasses Architecture MultiOakley MultiFrame S, OntoFrame Ski, Snowboard, Mountainbike, BMX, and Motorcycle Goggle, and Zero Squared (199x)
    3. row: OntoLab and Ontoscope Sm@rtEyewear Interactive elec- tronic Plastic/Polymer Panes (ePP) with optional Scratch-Resistant Iridium Coating, Tetradirectional Active Display, Multilingual Multi- modal Multimedia User Interface (M³UI), and Ontoscope MultiGlasses Architecture MultiOakley Special Issue Ballistic MultiFrame 3 with MultiCam, Telescope, Day- and Nightvision, and iRaiment and iUni- form, Headset, and Ear Protection Compatibility

    OntoLab and Ontoscope Sm@rtEyewear Interactive electronic Plastic/Polymer Panes (ePP) with optional Scratch-Resistant Iridium Coating, Tetradirectional Active Display, Multilingual Multimodal Multimedia User Interface (M³UI), and Ontoscope MultiGlasses Architecture MultiOakley MultiFrame 2 S with Wireless Charging
    OntoLab and Ontoscope Sm@rtEyewear Interactive electronic Plastic/Polymer Panes (ePP) with optional Scratch-Resistant Iridium Coating, Tetradirectional Active Display, Multilingual Multimodal Multimedia User Interface (M³UI), and Ontoscope MultiGlasses Architecture MultiOakley MultiFrame SOntoLab and Ontoscope Sm@rtEyewear Interactive electronic Plastic/Polymer Panes (ePP) with optional Scratch-Resistant Iridium Coating, Tetradirectional Active Display, Multilingual Multimodal Multimedia User Interface (M³UI), and Ontoscope MultiGlasses Architecture MultiOakley OntoFrame Ski, Snowboard, Mountainbike, BMX, and Motorcycle GoggleOntoLab and Ontoscope Sm@rtEyewear Interactive electronic Plastic/Polymer Panes (ePP) with optional Scratch-Resistant Iridium Coating, Tetradirectional Active Display, Multilingual Multimodal Multimedia User Interface (M³UI), and Ontoscope MultiGlasses Architecture MultiOakley Zero Squared
    OntoLab and Ontoscope Sm@rtEyewear Interactive electronic Plastic/Polymer Panes (ePP) with optional Scratch-Resistant Iridium Coating, Tetradirectional Active Display, Multilingual Multimodal Multimedia User Interface (M³UI), and Ontoscope MultiGlasses Architecture MultiOakley Special Issue Ballistic MultiFrame 3 with MultiCam, Telescope, Day- and Nightvision, and iRaiment and iUniform, Headset, and Ear Protection Compatibility
    © :(, Taylor Brooks, :(, O.Review, Luxottica, and OntoLab

    See also the Original vs. Inspiration of the 14th of April 2013.

    *** Copy mode ***
    Ontonics Website update
    We wanted to add this already yesterday after we thought about hybrid Machine Translation (MT) systems. We have added the description of our new projects:

  • SpeechCloud 2:55 CET,
  • Speech Channel 3:03 CET, and
  • P2P Speech 2:55 CET.

    The Speech Channel system is similar to a Machine Translation (MT) system based on a central server or our SpeechCloud computing and P2P Speech systems, but uses the Channel Computing paradigm and in this way needs no centralized management.
    Das Sprachkanalsystem ist ähnlich zu einem maschinellen Übersetzungssystem, das auf einem zentralen Server oder unserem Sprachwolkenrechen- und Peer-to-Peer- (P2P-)Sprachsystemen basiert, aber nutzt das Kanalrechenparadigma und benötigt deshlab keine zentralisierte Steuerung und nutzt die Computer aller NutzerInnen für verteilte Rechenaufgaben.

    The P2P Speech system is similar to a Machine Translation (MT) system based on a central server or our Speech Cloud and Speech Channel computing systems, but uses the Peer-to-Peer (P2P) paradigm and in this way needs no centralized management and uses the computers of all users for distributed computing problems.
    Das P2P-Sprachsystem ist ähnlich zu einem maschinellen Übersetzungssystem, das auf einem zentralen Server oder unserem Sprachwolken- und Sprachkanalrechensystemen basiert, aber nutzt das Peer-to-Peer- (P2P-)Paradigma und benötigt deshlab keine zentralisierte Steuerung und nutzt die Computer aller NutzerInnen für verteilte Rechenaufgaben.

    We also added as further combination possibilities our Ontoscopes and (O)LED DLP Image Display 2.0 technology to the description of our SmartEyewear (see also the Original vs. Inspiration of the 14th of April 2013 and today above).

    Investigations::Multimedia

  • Arbeitsgemeinschaft der öffentlich-rechtlichen Rundfunkanstalten der Bundesrepublik Deutschland: Assozial und undemokratisch, wie man nun einmal ist, hat die Rundfunkanstalt ihre Falschinformation im Zusammenhang mit Tablet- und Pad-Computern wiederholt. So wurde heute wieder folgendes behauptet: "Zuletzt wurde vor drei Jahren das iPad vorgestellt, das den totgeglaubten Markt der Tablet-Com- puter wiederbelebte." Nicht nur, dass hier genauso wie schon in der Vergangenheit ein weiteres Mal Web-Inhalte von uns abgebildet wur- den (siehe z. B. die investigativen Fälle der ARD vom 28. Januar 2010 und 10. Oktober 2011), sondern zusätzlich auch noch das 3³ Thema von C.S. erwähnt wurde um das Mobbing zusätzlich noch zu stei- gern, zeigt wieder einmal mit was für eine Rundfunkanstalt man es in Wirklichkeit zu tun hat. Offensichtlich ist die zitierte Aussage falsch, denn wir haben diesen Markt mit unserem Pad-Computer fast 2 Jahre zuvor schon wiederbelebt und zwar genau am 17. Januar 2008 und 13. Februar 2008 sowie am 19. März 2008 mit der Vorstellung unse- res Konzeptes des Pad-Computers und der Spezifikation unseres ers- ten Tablet-Computers mit Multi-Touch-Bildschirm und Handschriftein- gabe am 29. April 2010. Dies wird mittlerweile unter anderem auch durch Pad-Computerversionen von Tablet-Computern mit abnehmba- ren Akku und Tablet-Computer mit Multi-Touch-Bildschirm und Stylus/ digitalem Stift von anderen Herstellern bewiesen, die erst viel später auf dem Markt kamen. Zudem ist durch Presseberichte belegt, dass Steve Jobs zu der Zeit trotz mindestens einem Patent öffentlich sag- te, dass das Unternehmen Apple niemals einen Tablet-Computer her- stellen wird und dass die anderen Hersteller eigentlich auch nichts mehr von dieser Geräteklasse wissen wollten. Und genau diese Aus- sage von Apple als auch das entsprechende Verhalten der anderen Unternehmen waren die ausschlaggebenden Gründe warum wir uns überhaupt sagten "Dann machen wir das eben. Ein Tablet-Computer mit Multi-Touch-Bildschirm ist doch ein tolles Gerät." und daraufhin das Pad-Computer-Konzept aber auch das Qixel-Paradigma beschrie- ben. Die Realität hat uns bereits Recht gegeben, wie auch die Ge- schichte uns Recht gegeben hat.


    25.April.2013
    Ontonics Website update
    Some days ago, we mentioned in the description of our BeamEye- wear the information that the version is especially interesting, which has a projector, for example one based on our (O)LED DLP Image Display 2.0 technology, for beaming images directly or indirectly onto the retina of its user, and that does not use the motion of the eye only, but also the increase and decrease of the pupil size. In fact, we did it in this way only due to the reason that we wanted to name the LED Digital Light Processing (DLP) and the capturing of the pupil size in general and in the context of our SmartEyewear, but it never fit very well at this position. After we had already moved the refer- ence to the (O)LED DLP Image Display 2.0 technology into the gen- eral description of our SmartEyewear yesterday, we have moved the information about the recognition of the pupil size as a further tech- nique for device and application control to the description of our Head-Mounted Display 2.0 today. In addition, we mentioned the re- cognition of head and eyelid movements as well, which was already mentioned implicitly with our MobileKinetic technology.

    We also moved the information that our 3D Eyewear can be used with other devices to the general description of our SmartEyewear and also added our intelligent Raiment (iRaiment) in the same step.

    Investigations::Multimedia

  • Google: We took some more time as usual to look at its Head- Mounted Display (HMD), but now the case is clear. First of all, the device features a small projector that projects the images indirectly into 1 eye of its user by using an optics, so we have a Virtual Image Display (VMD). Furthermore, the device features speech control and gesture control through head tracking, but no eyetracking and gaze tracking, as far as we could see and as it is reported in the media (see also the descriptions of our Head-Mounted Display (HMD) 2.0 and Sm@rtEyewear in the Innovation-Pipeline of Ontonics). Never- theless and as expected, we finally have here already our Multimodal Multimedia User Interface (M²UI) of OntoLix and OntoLinux with the gesture control function, which power our smart wear and intelligent raiment (see the section IRaiment, Wearable Computer of the web- page Links to Hardware of the website of OntoLinux for example). Furthermore, we have with this issue the next evidence that Google is copying our company since more than 7 years now.
  • Bertelsmann→RTL→N-TV: Auffälliger geht es wohl kaum noch. Ob- wohl seit einigen Monaten die Diskussion über datenschutzrechtliche Bedenken im Zusammenhang mit der am Kopf getragenen Anzeige== Head-Mounted-Display (HMD) des Unternehmens Google in den Medi- en und im Internetz geführt wird, ging man bei dem Nachrichtensen- der erst heute auf das Thema (wieder) ein. Dabei war aber anschei- nend der Fokus nicht nur auf den Datenschutz gerichtet, den wir im Gegensatz zu Google immer eingehalten haben, sondern offensicht- lich auch um unsere Datenbrillen (siehe die Original vs. Inspiration vom 14. und 24. April 2013), wie man an den folgenden Auffälligkei- ten eindeutig feststellen konnte, die in dem Bericht enthalten waren: So wurde versucht, die HMD als "neue Google-Brille" und sogar als eine normale Brille darzustellen. Dies ist trotz des Nasenstegs aber falsch, da es sich nun einmal um eine HMD handelt, die eben nicht in eine normale Brille==Eye-Glasses integriert ist und somit genauge- nommen aus der Sicht des Fachbereiches keine Datenbrille==Data-Glasses ist, wie es sich bei unserem zweiten Formfaktor der Daten- brille handelt. Dazu passt auch, dass zusätzlich immer wieder einer der ersten Besitzer des HMDs von Google gezeigt wurde, der ein Brillenträger ist, um so der Öffentlichkeit vorzutäuschen, dass auch Brillenträger das HMD problemlos benutzen können. Auch dies ist falsch, denn das können BrillenträgerInnen eben nicht, weil nach ungefähr 15 Minuten die überlagerten Bügel mindestens stören wenn nicht sogar zu schmerzen beginnen. Auch dieses Problem war neben zum Beispiel dem modischen Negativeffekt einer der vielen Gründe warum wir einen weiteren Formfaktor gewählt haben, der auf norma- len Brillen basiert, zusätzlich die Technologien des elektronischen VerbundSicherheitsGlasses (eVSG) und elektronischen Polymers (eP) entwickelten und neben der Technik des Autofokusierens auch das Selbstschärfen integriert haben. Zudem wurde in dem Bericht in An- lehnung an unser Modell Cyberskin, dem Abschnitt Human Enhance- ment and Cyborgs auf der Web-Seite Terms of the 21st Century des Web-Auftritts von OntoLinux als auch der Beschreibung von unserer Technologie Cyber Eye in der Innovations-Pipeline von Ontonics der Begriff Cyber-Brille genannt und Geordi La Forges Sehinstrument und sensorischer Organersatz==Visual Instrument and Sensory Organ Replacement (VISOR) erwähnt. Somit war der Bericht nicht nur eine Reaktion des Medienunternehmens oder eventuell sogar ein gekaufter Bericht des Unternehmens Google aufgrund der Präsentationen unse- rer Geräteentwicklungen, -designs und -spezifikationen, sondern selbstverständlich auch ein Versuch unsere Aussagen bezüglich der permanenten Datenschutzverletzungen sowie dem falsch gewählten Formfaktor von Google und der damit seit 20 Jahren einhergehenden erfolglosen Markteinführung solcher HMDs zu entkräften. Offensichtlich haben das Unternehmen Google aber auch die Medienunternehmen erkannt, dass wir wie immer das richtige Produkt anbieten und Google wohl wieder einmal nur das falsche.


    26.April.2013
    Comment of the Day
    Head-up display augmented reality™
    Head-up display AR™
    HUDAR™
    Hypergraphics markup language
    HGML
    Hypermedia markup language
    HMML
    Haptaxel™
    Haptoxel™
    Multitaxel™
    Supertaxel™
    Hypertaxel™
    Multitixel™
    Supertixel™
    Hypertixel™
    Multitoxel™
    Supertoxel™
    Hypertoxel™
    Autotablet™

    Clarification
    We will license our electronic Laminated Safety Glass and our elec- tronic Plastic/Polymer on the basis of square inches. And we are looking closely if integrated solutions based on a transparent display and a safety glass or a transparent plastic pane belong to this solut- ion types.

    Ontonics Website update
    We added to the description of our WebGLKit the information that standard OpenGL and WebGL code can be mixed with HyperGraphics Markup Language (HGML) and HyperMedia Markup Language (HMML) code.

    *** Copy mode ***
    We also have invented the:

  • SuperTaxel 15:50 CET.

    The SuperTaxel is a bidirectional component, that is based on the integration of MicroElectroMechanical Systems (MEMSs) and NanoElectroMechanical Systems (NEMSs), specifically actuators and sensors, which in the case of NEMS could be made out of nanowires for example. In this way, a possible component is able to change the surface of an object for giving tactile responses and simultaneously sense touches on the object. Applications are our Active Display and Active Screen, and the fields of robotics and vehicles for example.
    Der SuperTaxel ist ein bidirektionales Bauelement, das auf der Integration von MikroElektroMechanischen Systemen (MEMSen) und NanoElektroMechanischen Systemen (NEMSen) basiert, insbesondere Aktuatoren und Sensoren, die zum Beispiel im Fall von einem NEMS aus Nanodraht hergestellt werden können. Eine mögliche Komponente ist somit in der Lage sowohl die Oberfläche eines Objekts zu verändern um taktile Rückmeldungen zu geben und gleichzeitig Berührungen auf dem Objekt wahrzunehmen. Anwendungen sind zum Beispiel unser aktiven Anzeigen und aktiven Schirme und die Bereiche der Robotik und Vehikel.


    27.April.2013
    Comment of the Day
    Temporal Structured Entity Relationship Model™
    TSERM™

    Ontonics Website update
    In the description of our SuperTaxel we took the correct terms for the micro and nano actuators and sensors that are MicroElectroMechanical System (MEMS) and NanoElectroMechanical System (NEMS). We also added some exemplary applications that are our Active Display and Active Screen, and the fields of robotics and vehicles.

    OntoLix and OntoLinux Further steps
    We took a quick look at the Unstructured Information Management Architecture (UIMA), which is a platform for natural language processing and was originally developed by the company Interantional Business Machines, but is now maintained by the Apache Software Foundation.


    29.April.2013
    Comment of the Day #1
    Removed due to religious extremism by the quoted person.

    Comment of the Day #2
    "A pathological criminal takes technological progress in the hands as an axe.", [C.S., Today]


    30.April.2013
    Smart object tag™
    Smart barcode tag™
    Smart space™

    A contradiction
    Posthumansim

    Ontonics Website update
    We have developed two new projects that are the:

  • Object-Based Reconfiguration (OBR) 23:40 CET,
  • Barcode-Based Reconfiguration (BBR) 19:30 CET, and
  • Space-Based Reconfiguration (SBR) 19:33 CET.

    Investigations::Multimedia, AI and Knowledge management

  • Samsung: We have begun to look at the informations given by the company about its mobile devices and found out that it has looted our websites completely and that it has begun much earlier with this by copying contents, concept, and technologies, and presenting them as its inventions. One prominent example is our finding of more mobile devices that have a chipset built in, which supports the GLONASS and even seems to use it alongside the GPS as opposed to an alternative and which we invented with our MultiGPS. Also, many of these mobile devices even feature our MultiGPS with the Enhanced GPS (E-GPS) through the Assisted GPS. Further prominent examples are the utilization of the term Personal Cloud™ that we created with our Castle in the Cloud™ technique, and that security is also described as a main feature of the latest smartphone following our OntoLix and OntoLinux that power our mobile devices.
    Now, it is confirmed once again that it is our MobileKinetic and our Multilingual Multimodal Multimedia User Interface (M³UI) at least in the case of the Galaxy series: "[The model Galaxy] S 4 tries to divine your intentions in two [...] ways. It has an infra-red sensor that looks for hand movements up to about 4 inches away from the phone, and it uses the front-side camera to figure out if it's front of the user's face[, like the S 3 does it]. Thanks to the IR sensor, the phone's browser responds to an "up swipe" in the air above it with by scrolling up, and to a "side" swipe by jumping to another tab. [...] The camera is supposed to engage when you're watching a video, pausing playback if it thinks you're looking away.", [India Times→Economic Times, 16th of March 2013].
    Indeed, the smartphone model Galaxy S4 is not revolutionary from the conceptual point of view, because this is our merit with the foundational Ontoscope architecture in the S version, but it is a milestone from the technical point of view.
    We are also looking closer on the S Voice intelligent personal assistant and knowledge navigator now, which uses a natural language user interface to answer questions, make recommendations, and perform actions by delegating requests to a set of web services. It is based on the intelligent personal assistant and knowledge navigator application Vlingo, though Vlingo was only a voice-to-text and voice recognition software when the company was bought by the company Nunance Communications in the year 2011. Said this, the Vlingo application will not help the company Samsung to get out of the legal issue, because we added our concept of the mobile versions of the Cognitive Agent that Learns and Organize (CALO) and the related (proactive intelligent) Personal Assistant that Learns (PAL) on the 4th of May 2007 to the section Intelligent/Cognitive Interface of the webpage Links to Software of our OntoLix and OntoLinux website.

    We demand:

  • for each mobile device that features a mobile operating system with either this kind of a proactive intelligent personal assistant or a related application (e.g. Personal Information Manager (PIM)), and a Multimodal Multimedia User Interface (M²UI) with voice and multi-touch control (web services might be search engine, map, and media streaming for example):
    • 10.00 euro without semantic web, web services, and app and content stores (OntoS M#9 variant),
    • 15.00 euro with web services and without semantic web, and app and content stores (OntoS M#10 variant),
    • 15.00 euro with semantic web and without web services, and app and content stores (OntoS M#11 variant),
    • 15.00 euro with app and content stores and without semantic web and web services (OntoS M#12 variant),
    • 20.00 euro with web services, and app and content stores, and without semantic web (OntoS M#13 and OntoLix M#3 variants),
    • 20.00 euro with semantic web and web services, and without app and content stores (OntoS M#14 variant), and
    • 20.00 euro with semantic web, and app and content stores, and without web services (OntoS M#15 variant),
    • 25.00 euro with semantic web, web services, and app and content stores (OntoS M#16, OntoDroid M#2, and OntoLix M#4 variants),
  • for each mobile device that features a mobile operating system with the full-fledged integration of this kind of a proactive intelligent personal assistant and a Multimodal Multimedia User Interface (M²UI) with voice and multi-touch control (web services might be search engine, map, and media streaming for example):
    • 15.00 euro without semantic web, web services, and app and content stores (OntoS M#17 variant),
    • 20.00 euro with web services and without semantic web, and app and content stores (OntoS M#18 variant),
    • 20.00 euro with semantic web and without web services, and app and content stores (OntoS M#19 variant),
    • 20.00 euro with app and content stores and without semantic web and web services (OntoS M#20 variant),
    • 25.00 euro with web services, and app and content stores, and without semantic web (OntoS M#21 and OntoLix M#5 variants),
    • 25.00 euro with semantic web and web services, and without app and content stores (OntoS M#22 variant),
    • 25.00 euro with semantic web, and app and content stores, and without web services (OntoS M#23 variant), and
    • 30.00 euro with semantic web, web services, and app and content stores (OntoS M#24, OntoDroid M#3, and OntoLix M#6 variants),

    and in addition

    • 100% of the license fee as penalty for lost accompanying items (public regard, marketing momentum, brand development, follow-on contract, etc.) and
    • an interest with a rate of 3% per year for the outstanding compensation beginning with the first month of sale and calculated after the monthly numbers of sold devices.

    Other license fees have been listed in the case of some models, like for e.g. the AutoSmartphone concept (using the mobile device as a Carputer with multi-touch functionality) and MultiGPS, but some may not be listed until today.

    If needed, and as long as no negotiations have been done and no contract is signed, we will adjust the license fees and also demand to clean the whole internet from our copyrighted contents.

  • Google: We only waited for exactly this step and now we confirm it as well: Last summer, the company has presented an intelligent personal assistant for mobile devices and most potentially later for stationary devices as well, that was also codenamed "assistant", un- veiled on the 27th of June 2012, and first included in its Linux kernel based operating system called Android 4.1 ("Jelly Bean"), which was launched on the 9th of July 2012 and first supported on the smart- phone model Galaxy Nexus by the manufacturer Samsung. The inte- grated (mobile) intelligent personal assistant uses a natural language user interface and is available within the Google Search mobile app- lication for its and others operating systems. The software itself is based on Google's so-called Knowledge Graph, a system used to assemble more detailed search results by analyzing their semantic/ meaning and connections. The semantic network respectively in this context ontologic network contains objects and facts about and relationships between these different objects/entities (see also the Resource Description Framework (RDF) and e.g. the Conceptual Graph formalism of the semantic web for knowledge representation as well as the Announcement of the 5th of November 2007, the Clarification of the 5th of August 2009, which we said specifically due to the actings by the company Google and our sureness at that time that it will take our intellectual properties for its search engine, operating system, and web services, the case of Singularity Institute for Artif- icial Intelligence, Novamente, and Google→OpenCog in the Investig- ations::AI and Knowledge management of the 19th of August 2009, the case of the company in the Investigations::Multimedia of the 8th of December 2009, and the additional explanations given in relation to the case of Ben Martin in the Investigations::Multimedia of the 19th of December 2009, specifically: "Taken all together, this implies that a user or even a machine itself by reflection only has to do with a data storage system of a machine (e.g. computer) or its own data storage system what nature does with a brain: Connecting, disconnecting and caring connections between nodes in an appropriate way, which is done in ontological and geometrical/spatial ways. [Having] Said that, with the OntoLinux approach we really haven't shown only how artificial intelligence can be implemented, but also how natural and in general intelligence is achieved." and the Clarification #2 of the 10th of September 2012), which are used to understand the meaning of the keywords entered for the search. In general, the functionality of the intelligent personal assistant is similar to the personal assistant of the company Apple, and even more similar to our concept of the mobile versions of the Cognitive Agent that Learns and Organize (CALO) and the related Personal Assistant that Learns (PAL) based on our Ontologic System architecture and some semantic (world wide) web techniques that are basic parts of our OntoLix and OntoLinux (see the OntoLinux Website update of the 4th of May 2007 and the sections Semantic (World Wide) Web and Intelligent/Cognitive Interface of the webpage Links to Software). Its system is also designed to learn about a user's preferences and her/his search habits, and then to be able to provide helpful informations to the user that it predicts they will want before it's even asked to do so, which is also called proactive and not passive (see the webpage Ontologic Applications of the website of OntoLix and OntoLinux, as well as the related point of the Feature-list #2 of Ontolinux publicated on the 24th of April 2008). It recognizes repeated actions that a user performs on the device (common locations, repeated calendar appointments, search queries, etc.) to display more relevant information to the user in the form of "cards" (see also the webpage of the Mekensleep Underware set of liberaries and tools on the website of OntoLix and OntoLinux that is a part of the OntoScope software component for finding the cards). In addition, the company acquired a company called Clever Sense, the maker of an app(lication) that serves as a digital personal assistant, which will not help the company, as it is the case with the OpenCog framework, because on the one hand all of OpenCog's single basic concepts and components as well as their integration can be ascribed to our Ontologic System architecture, for example by seeing the probalistic values of the Probabilistic Logic Network (PLN) of OpenCoq's hypergraph as factual numbers respectively entities (not the values that they represent) set in relation with the truth valued entities or (entity-)relationships by related links/relationships, and on the other hand all of OpenCog's obviously obsolete special feature like the PLN are even not used at all by the company for its knowledge graph.

    We also do think that an essential part of our OntoEarth/OntoGlobe is included now, because the application Google Now uses also the map and globe services of its web services together with its knowledge graph (keywords places and navigation). Furthermore, the camera based search can be misused to circumvent our related approach based with the OpenStreetMap project.

    We demand for each mobile device that features the combination of this kind of a proactive intelligent personal assistant with a mobile operating system or a related application (e.g. Personal Information Manager (PIM)) and a Multimodal Multimedia User Interface (M²UI) with voice and multi-touch control (web services might be search engine, map, and media streaming for example):

    • 25.00 euro with semantic web, web services, and app and content stores (OntoS M#8, OntoDroid M#1, and OntoLix M#2 variants).

    We demand for each mobile device that features the full-fledged integration of this kind of a proactive intelligent personal assistant in a mobile operating system with a Multimodal Multimedia User Interface (M²UI) with voice control and multi-touch (web services might be search engine, map, and media streaming for example):

    • 30.00 euro with semantic web, web services, and app and content stores (OntoS M#16, OntoDroid M#2, and OntoLix M#4 variants).

    In addition, we demand:

    • 100% of the license fee as penalty for lost accompanying items (public regard, marketing momentum, brand development, follow-on contract, etc.) and
    • an interest with a rate of 3% per year for the outstanding compensation beginning with the first month of sale and calculated after the monthly numbers of sold devices.

    Other license fees are not listed, like for e.g. the AutoSmartphone concept (using the mobile device as a Carputer with multi-touch functionality) and MultiGPS.

    If needed, and as long as no negotiations have been done and no contract is signed, we will adjust the license fees and also demand to clean the whole internet from our copyrighted contents.

    Also, we found out that its smartphone model Nexus 4 uses our MultiGPS with Enhanced GPS (E-GPS) as well.

  • Apple: We found out that its smartphone models iPhone 4S and iPhone 5 also use at least our MultiGPS. Besides this, we found out as well that the company has indirectly confirmed itself that its intelligent personal assistant called Siri is indeed based on our mobile concept of the Cognitive Agent that Learns and Organize (CALO) and the related Personal Assistant that Learns (PAL) that are parts of our OntoLix and OntoLinux (see the OntoLinux Website update of the 4th of May 2007 and the section Intelligent/Cognitive Interface of the webpage Links to Software), as we always claimed correctly. On the related website we found the decisive description: "It understands what you say. And knows what you mean. [-] Talk to Siri as you would to a person. Say something like "Tell my wife I'm running late" or "Remind me to call the vet." Siri not only understands what you say, it's smart enough to know what you mean. So when you ask "Any good burger joints around here?" Siri will reply 2I found a number of burger restaurants near you." Then you can say "Hmm. How about tacos?" Siri remembers that you just asked about restaurants, so it will look for Mexican restaurants in the neighborhood. And Siri is proactive, so it will question you until it finds what you're looking for. It helps you do the things you do every day. [-] Siri makes everyday tasks less tasking. It figures out which apps to use for which requests, and it finds answers to queries through sources like Yelp and WolframAlpha. It plays the songs you want to hear, gives you directions, wakes you up, even tells you the score of last night's game. All you have to do is ask. [(see the webpage Ontologic Applications and the sections Semantic (World Wide) Web and Intelligent/Cognitive Interface of the webpage Links to Software of the website of OntoLix and OntoLinux)]." In this conjunction we also looked once again at the publications of the PAL project and could only find two papers. One of the paper is about multimodal interfaces for cell phones and mobile technology, which a different than our Multimodal Multimedia User Interface (M²UI) due to the lack of multi-touchscreens, 3D user interfaces, kinetic user interfaces, and so on what we added with OntoLix and OntoLinux, and the other is about context aware mobile computing with a wearable sensor array, which is neither a cell phone nor our Ontoscope technology used for wearable computers, intelligent raiment (iRaiment), and smart wear, obviously. All these concepts, techniques, and technologies have been developed further by us with the OntoLix and OntoLinux systems as well.

    We demand for each mobile device that features the combination of this kind of a proactive intelligent personal assistant with a mobile operating system or a related application (e.g. Personal Information Manager (PIM)) and a Multimodal Multimedia User Interface (M²UI) with voice and multi-touch control (web services might be search engine, map, and media streaming for example):

    • 20.00 euro with web services, and app and content stores, and without semantic web (OntoS M#5 and OntoLix M#1 variants) and
    • 25.00 euro with semantic web, web services, and app and content stores (OntoS M#8 and OntoLix M#2 variants).

    We demand for each mobile device that features the full-fledged integration of this kind of a proactive intelligent personal assistant in a mobile operating system with a Multimodal Mul- timedia User Interface (M²UI) with voice control and multi-touch (web services might be search engine, map, and media streaming for example):

    • 25.00 euro with web services, and app and content stores, and without semantic web (OntoS M#13 and OntoLix M#3 variants) and
    • 30.00 euro with semantic web, web services, and app and content stores (OntoS M#16 and OntoLix M#4 variants).

    In addition, we demand:

    • 100% of the license fee as penalty for lost accompanying items (public regard, marketing momentum, brand development, follow-on contract, etc.) and
    • an interest with a rate of 3% per year for the outstanding compensation beginning with the first month of sale and calculated after the monthly numbers of sold devices.

    Other license fees are not listed, like for e.g. the AutoSmartphone concept (using the mobile device as a Carputer with multi-touch functionality) and MultiGPS.

    If needed, and as long as no negotiations have been done and no contract is signed, we will adjust the license fees, as it is the case with the license fees given on the 12th of June 2012, and also demand to clean the whole internet from our copyrighted contents.

    Also, we found out that its smartphone models iPhone 4S and iPhone 5 use our MultiGPS with Enhanced GPS (E-GPS) as well.

  • Nokia: We found out that its smartphone model Lumia 900 also uses at least our MultiGPS.
  • Sony Ericsson: We found out that its smartphone model Xperia SP uses at least our MultiGPS as well. With the newest Xperia-Software also the models Xperia Arc, Xperia Arc S, Xperia Ray, Xperia Neo, Xperia Pro, Xperia Play, and Xperia Active, as well as the Live with Walkman can use GLONASS.
    We also found the so-called Glove Mode, aka. floating touch, that is the same as e.g. Samsung's Air View function and hence based on our MobileKinetic technology.

    Ontonics MultiGPS with Global Positioning System (GPS) and GLObal NAvigation Satellite System (GLONASS)
    © Sony Ericsson

    By the way: The Global Positioning System (GPS) has 31 active sat- ellites transmitting signals, whilst the GLObal NAvigation Satellite System (GLONASS) has 24 active satellites. When both systems are taken together, a device has access to 55 satellites overall. Sony Ericsson's own research proved our research results and found that the position accuracy increased by 50% when using our MultiGPS/ MultiGNS with GLONASS in addition to GPS. That is what we call Hightech Competence™. In the future, at least the satellites of the European positioning system Galileo and a Chinese positioning system will be added as well.

  • LG Electronics: We found out that its smartphone model Optimus G also uses our MultiGPS with Enhanced GPS (E-GPS).
  • Qualcomm: We found out that its System on (a) Chip (SoC) mod- els of the Snapdragon 4 series already feature our MultiGPS with Enhanced GPS (E-GPS), so that it is also in every device that has this chip built in.

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