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01.July.2013
Comment of the Day
CamW@tch™
C@mWatch™
C@mW@tch™
One Wear Per Child™
OWPC™
XOX Wear™

Ontonics Website update
We added to the description of our Beam W@tch some examples for objects, like a wall, a table top, or a hinged watch glass or cover, that can be opened for looking through, so that the paradigms of the Mixed Reality (MR) and in the latter case of the Augmented Re- ality (AR) can be realized. (4:00 CET)

We also added to the descriptions of our LED W@tch and CS Watch that the display or an additional display can be integrated into the watch glass or a cover directly by utilizing the electronic Laminated Security/Safety Glass (eLSG) or the electronic Polymer (eP), and that the paradigm of the Augmented Reality (AR) can be realized by the variants that have a hinged watch glass or cover, which can be opened for looking through. (4:10 CET)

Moreover, we added to the descriptions of our 3D W@tch that the display or an additional display can be integrated directly into the watch glass or a cover, which can be opened for looking through, and that in this way the paradigm of the Augmented Reality (AR) can be realized. We also made the implicit information explicit that our Mobile 4D Image Display technology can be used as well, which was already given with the general description that every type of watch can be combined with the others, and hence with the needed functionality of our KineticWatch. (4:20 CET)

The information about the construction of an ActiveW@tch in such a way, that the paradigm of the Augmented Reality (AR) is made poss- ible, was also added to the related description. (9:30 CET)

Furthermore, we added to the description of our WrapWatch that the used material can be our electronic Polymer (eP) among others. (4:50 CET)

And we added the short description of the old technology of the CamWatch for the case that only a camera module is needed for a specific function and not more sensors, though the utilization of the KineticWatch or the WaveWatch might be the better options in most cases. But who knows what could happen.

We went on with adding a link to our iArchitecture in the description of our Sm@rtWatch product line. (10:38 CET)

We also have developed a new function of our WREL/WRPL@Wear, that is the electric power supply of other mobile devices either wired or even wirelessly as well. (4:57 CET)

Ontonics Further steps
The same principle we added to some of our SmartWatches with a hinged watch glass and cover (see the Ontonics Website update above), we also did in an suitable way with our SmartWear, so that the Augmented Reality (AR) paradigm can be realized. Basically, this technology works like a cloaking device by holding an arm up and looking through for example, while getting additional informations. Indeed, this goes far beyond Harry Potter's invisibility cloak. (10:18 CET)
Das gleiche Prinzip, das wir einigen unserer smarten Uhren mit einem aufklappbaren Uhrenglas und -deckel hinzugefügt haben, haben wir auch in geeigneter Weise mit unserer smarten Kleidung getan, sodass das Paradigma der Angereicherten Realität (AR) so wie eine Tarnvor- richtung funktioniert indem man zum Beispiel einen Arm hochhält und hindurchsieht, während man zusätzliche Informationen erhält. In der Tat geht dies weit über Harry Potters Tarnmantel hinaus.

iRaiment Further steps One Wear Per Child (OWPC) #1
We are pleased to announce our new project One Wear Per Child (OWPC) with the new device that is the:

  • XOX Wear

    based on our Sm@rtWear product line.

    See also the intelliTablet Further steps One Tablet Per Child (OTPC) and One Pad Per Child (OPPC/OP²C) #8 of the 14th of January 2013, the OntoLab, Ontoscope, and intelliTablet Further steps One Tablet Per Child (OTPC) and One Pad Per Child (OPPC/OP²C) #10 of the 15th of February 2013, the Ontoscope Further steps of the 16th of February 2013, as well as the OntoLab Further steps One Book Per Child (OBPC) #1 of the 23rd of March 2013, and iRaiment Further steps One Glass Per Child (OGPC) #1 and One Watch Per Child (OWPC) #1 of the 14th of April 2013.


    02.July.2013
    Comment of the Day #1
    Metafabric™
    Metafaser™

    Comment of the Day
    "Is' mir Woorsht.", [C.S., Erfinder von Woorsht, Heute]

    Ontonics Announcement
    Because we were not entirely satisfied with our license model for our Ontologic System architecture despite the report that the company Google wants to produce a game console as well, we have to inform all interested parties that we will adjust the license model slightly. This is specifically related with the features of the semantic and ontologic webs, the multilingualism, the Intelligent Personal Game Agent (IPGA), and the 3D systems.

    We are also shortly before the publication of the first version of our License webpage.

    Ontonics Website update 11:30 CET
    We had something like this already in mind, specifically while thinking about the combination of for example the LED Wear and the Kinetic- Wear to a wear with Augmented Reality (AR) property as described in the Further steps of the 1st of July 2013 (yesterday):

  • Metafabrics.

    Style of Speed Website update
    We have added the sections Active Cooling and It's in the Bearing to the webpage of our Active Motors and added informations that are about the cooling system mostly and were already given on our websites.

    Style of Speed Further steps
    We are pleased to present the first prototyp of the chassis for one of the upcoming model series called #6 and #7 (see also the Style of Speed Further steps of the 18th and 21st of April 2012) or our class defining motorcycle model #4 constructed after our requirements, though the frame, the swing arms, and the front and rear suspens- ions might be reconstructed and redesigned personally by us.
    Actually, we think it fits best with the drivetrain of a GSX-R 1000 by the manufacturer Suzuki, or a CB(R) 600 or a CB(R) 1000 by the ma- nufacturer Honda, though other motorcycles with a matching inline-4 engine as well as electric and hybrid drivetrains would fit as well.

    Bimota Tesi ∧ SOS #4
    © :( and Style of Speed

    Again, we made and wrote history.

    Investigations::Multimedia

  • Google: As we found out, the Linux® based operating system of the consortium initiated by the company has also assimilated the Security-Enhanced Linux (SELinux) feature of our Ontologic Syst- ems (OS) OntoLix and OntoLinux (see the section Operating System of the Links to Software webpage) with its Security Enhancements for Android (SE for Android). After we could prove that the features of the Multilingual Multimodal Multimedia User Interface (M³UI) and the Proactive Intelligent Personal Assistant (PIPA) as well as the OS extensions and related applications have been copied already, we have here the next absolutely clear proof that the company implem- ents our OS architecture based on the Linux® kernel exactly.


    03.July.2013
    Comment of the Day #1
    Metafiber™
    Metafibre™
    Metagewebe™
    Metastoff™
    Kinetic lens™
    Kinetiklinse™
    Kinetikobjektiv™

    Ontonics Website update 3:45 CET
    Just for fun we have invented the:

  • Kinetic Lens.

    Investigations::Multimedia

  • Microsoft: The company has publicated a system with a 3D, touch-, and haptic-screen that is mounted on a robotic arm (see also the case of the media company British Broadcasting Corporation below). On the related webpage we found the following: "Haptics are already common in devices such as smartphones, where touch sensations such as clicks and vibrations enhance the user experience. When it comes to virtual reality, however, it’s far more challenging to translate tactile cues.", "But how can a user touch and feel objects inside the virtual world? Can a flat touchscreen convey depth, weight, movement, and shape? Yes, say scientists [...] [Indeed, we said it around 5 years ago already.]", "[...] multitouch, stereo-vision 3-D monitor on a robot arm to study how the kinesthetic haptic sense, which relates to motion rather than tactile touch, can augment touchscreen interactions. The result is [an] Actuated 3-D Display with Haptic Feedback, a project that features a haptic device that provides 3-D physical simulation with force feedback. [In fact, the technology was presented by us some years ago as the general concept of an at least holonomic kinematic chain with more than 5 Degrees of Freedom (DoF) as the robot arm with a 3D display in the Original of the 20th of March 2008 (see the image "Robot Arm with 3D Display""), which surely comprise an overall construction with a force-feedback and kinetic user interface, and 3D displays with multi-touch- and haptic-screens as well, which again were also already mentioned in the description of the Hapticle::Display, the Holonicle::Displays, the Image Displays 2.0, and the Active Displays and Active Screens, as well as the 3D-, touch- and haptic-screens of the Ontoscope, Retina Projector/Retina Screen 3.0, the Smartworkbench 3.0, the Ultra Devices, and also the Hous•E concept, and other technologies of us.]", "[...] touchscreen with a robot arm, engineered for instant, sensitive responsiveness, smooth forward and backward movement, and applications that support multitouch screen interactions, force sensing, 3-D visualizations, and depth movement [...]", "[...] force-feedback monitor [...]", "Originally, [the leading researcher] had wanted a robot arm with many degrees of freedom. But [some] issues narrowed down the options to one dimension of movement. At that point, [the researcher] was sure that others must have already looked into this scenario, but after looking at the literature, it turned out no one had done this. [Obviously, the researcher of the company does know our original concept, but refused to reference it, as far as we can see, and instead attempts to lead away from this most important issue by telling that no one respectively we in the OntoLab have constructed the system. This means in the end nothing else than that the company has deliberately stolen our show and misled the public.]", "[...] useful for exploring volumetric data [...] 3-D image of a brain, built from volumetric data [...] In contrast to other project applications that apply to 3-D scenes, the volumetric-data-exploration application shows how movement and haptics can enhance interactions with 2-D data. [...] volumetric medical-image browser that shows the MRI-scanned data of a human brain. By gently pushing on the screen, the user can explore the data using touch and view different image slices of the brain. [This application was focused due to our section Visualization of the webpage Links to Software and the related Multi-Layer/Stacked Display.]", and "There's always 3-D gaming [...], but also 3-D modeling, education, and medical. We anticipate improving the experience with crisper, more detailed feedback, such as texture. [So, it wants to implement more of our technologies.]".
    The company has virtually nothing invented in this case with its 1-dimensional robot arm with force-feedback and a 3D display without common touch- and haptic-screen functionality, besides some irrelevant and logic specific functions, and hence only infringed the copyright related with our technology that is several years old. Our solution is even superior, because we already combined at least 3 haptic feedback technologies, the two types of force-feedback by the actuated robot arm and the one by the different haptic 3D screen technologies and this even with a many DoF robot arm. Microsoft has only constructed the first variant on the lowest level with an 3D LCDisplay that needs special 3D glasses. Furthermore, the presented technology has been researched, developed, and designed by us in the OntoLab just right from the start in the year 2008 with the many 3D display technologies that do not need special 3D glasses at all on the one hand and already replaced with the Sp@ce, the Holonicle systems, specifically with the Sp@ceWave and Holonicle::Deck, and other technologies on the other hand. Honestly, it irritates us a little that the company presented its plagiarism at all and we think that stealing our show was definitely a counter-productive marketing effort again.
    Btw.: It is not common practice that in such a case the realization of an original work is sponsored without making any claims, which also proves the true intentions of the company.
  • British Broadcasting Corporation: Again the company misled the public by reporting about our technologies without referencing us, but instead naming a company that has only copied the related technologies (see the case of the company Microsoft above). We quote the related report to document the next issue of this kind: "[... a company] develops 3D touchscreen with tactile feedback [...]", "The project combines an LCD flat panel screen with force sensors and a robotic arm that moves it back and forwards. [See the Original of the 20th of March 2008 with the image "Robot-Arm with 3D Display".]", "By controlling how much resistance there is to a user's fingertip the firm says it can simulate the shape and weight of objects shown on screen.", "[The company] says the device could have medical uses as well as for gaming. [For sure, we did said it before as well, because our systems are powered with our Ontologic Systems OntoLix and OntoLinux.]", "When a person touches the prototype it pushes back with a light force to ensure one of their fingers stays in contact with the screen. If they then press against it the robotic arm instantly pulls the screen backwards in a matching smooth movement. If they start to retract their finger, it moves it back towards them. [Indeed, it is the functionality of our original "Robot-Arm with 3D Display" and a related 3D, touch and haptic-screen, like the Hapticle::Displays, the Holonicle::Displays, and the Active Displays and Active Screens.]", "Meanwhile a computer adjusts the size and perspective of the on-screen graphics to create a 3D effect. The trick to simulating a physical sense of touch is to adjust the amount of force-feedback resistance.", ""As your finger pushes on the touchscreen and the senses merge with stereo vision, if we do the convergence correctly and update the visuals constantly so that they correspond to your finger's depth perception, this is enough for your brain to accept the virtual world as real," said senior researcher [...]", "[The company] has created a demonstration using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans of a brain to show how a medic could navigate through the different slices by pushing their finger against the display. [We think that this was said in relations with our Multi-Layer/Stacked Display.]", "[The] head of [a] Centre for Health Infomatics [...] said he was concerned Microsoft's screen would not be able to give an accurate enough indication of textures. "If you were moving your finger over a surface that was rough the screen would have to go up and down very quickly to be able to give you that impression [...] Others are working on different ways to provide touch-feedback. [... The head of the centre] suggested that if this or other such technologies could be combined with Microsoft's current research then its screen could indeed find its way into use. [This is exactly the case with our old technology, because we already combined both haptic feedback technologies, the one by the actuated robot arm and the one by the different haptic 3D screen technologies. So, obviously it is not Microsoft's research but construction only.]".
    Let us wait and see when the media company will report about the invention of the automobile by one of the large information and telecommunication companies.

    We demand the company and the media to reference our original work.


    04.July.2013
    Comment of the Day
    PhoneW@tch™
    Kinetic mouse™
    Kinetikmaus™

    Ontonics Website update
    Due to formal reasons only, we added the:

  • XTV 2:52 CET,
  • PhoneW@tch, and
  • Kinetic Mouse 18:44 CET.

    to our Innovation-Pipeline.

    Correspondingly, we also added to the description of our XTbox the information that it can be combined or integrated with our television technologies and Wireless TeleVision InfraStructure (WTV IS).

    Furthermore, we made clear in the descriptions of our Phone TV and Game TV, that the term "combined" was also used in the sense of the term "integrated", so that the kinds of combinations are better to understand in general despite this point was logic all the time due to the fact that we also combined the Game TV with a general dis- play technology. In this context, we mentioned the XTV as well.

    Because it fits so nicely, we also referenced the Wireless TeleVision InfraStructure (WTV IS) in the description of our Phone TV.

    And we described more precisely that conceptually our Wireless TeleVision InfraStructure (WTV IS) is made for every mobile device and added some more examples with the tablet and pad computer as well as with the smart data glasses.

    Style of Speed Website update
    We listed the Active Positioning system on the webpage of our Active Security system.

    And, we listed the Active Black Box system on the webpage of our Active Positioning system.

    Investigations::Multimedia

  • Samsung: It is reported that the company buys a set-top box maker, which "latest product lets subscribers record TV shows onto its servers and then stream them to TVs, computers and smart dev- ices "from the cloud"", [a media company, 3rd of July 2013]. Doubt- lessly, this is as well a feature of our XTbox and also of our Wireless TeleVision InfraStructure (WTV IS), because they are powered by our Ontologics System (OS) architecture, which features a cloud computing option in conjunction with its basic distributed computing architecture with which they work together, as always explained by us (in the context of smart televisions see also the case of the com- pany in the Investigations::Multimedia of the 9th of January 2013 and the related case of the company Panasonic in the same invest- igative field of the 23rd of June 2013). Not surprisingly is the fact, that the set-top box maker has the letters "Box[...]" as part of its name as well. As in the case of the company Google, we have here the next absolutely clear proof that the company implements our OS architecture based on the Linux® kernel as well as the related hard- ware exactly, which surely are protected by our copyright. Also, the company Samsung does not buy the technology of the company only, but also its legal obligations related with our intellectual prop- erties.
    Btw.: At this point we can also see, like in the cases of the compa- nies Apple, Microsoft, Google, and others, but also of the automotive industry, that they have to copy everything we do since around 2 years now, because they started the process of copying some years ago already and can't stop it anymore even if they want to.


    05.July.2013
    Comment of the Day
    ge@r™
    @gear™
    Smart Gear™
    Smart Ge@r™
    Sm@rt Gear™
    Sm@rt Ge@r™
    Tablet mouse™
    Pad mouse™
    Tablet-Maus™
    Pad-Maus™

    Ontonics Website update
    Perhaps, somebody presented something like this already in the past, but nevertheless, we added the project:
    Tablet Mouse 7:30 CET.

    We also added to the description of our Kinetic Mouse the terms tablet mouse, kinesthetic haptic force-feedback, and handwriting at the appropriate places.

    Style of Speed Further steps 11:10 CET
    We have designed a down-sized V engine for motorcycles that ex- hausts inwards into a turbocharger placed between the two cylinder banks, as shown for example with the concept motorcycle Renovatio by the company Confederate Motorcycles and the racing car R18 TDI by the marque Volkswagen→Audi. Forced induction systems have been critical due to the agility of motorcycles on the one hand and the response characteristics of turbocharged engines on the other hand, but with further optimizing developments that we did, like variable turbine geometry, anti-lag systems, and this hot-side-inside configuration, these problems should by a chapter of the past in general now and in relation with V engines as well. Besides the advantage of a more efficient fuel consumption by the utilization of a turbocharger, the down-sizing increases this effect a further time and gives space for the exhaust system and the next development step, which is our Gas Turbo engine (GTron) technology.


    06.July.2013
    Question of the Day
    "Arabic winter?"

    Style of Speed Further steps
    It is doodle time at SOS. The quick images are related with the Fur- ther steps of the 18th of April 2012 and the 2nd of July 2013.
    Furthermore, the specification of our new models crystalizes as well with a turbocharged 600 cm³ inline-4 engine that possibly exhausts rearwards and produces around 202 PS (see also the Further steps of the 5th of July 2013 (yesterday)).

    Daryl Tearne ∧ SOSNicolas Petit ∧ SOS
    Nicolas Petit ∧ SOSNicolas Petit ∧ SOS
    © Daryl Tearne, Nicolas Petit, and Style of Speed

    For sure, it is not the final design.


    07.July.2013
    Comment of the Day #1
    "Niemand hat die Absicht, eine totale Überwachung einzurichten."

    Comment of the Day #2
    "I do know where Kermit has his curls."
    "Ich weiß wo Kermit seine Locken hat."

    Style of Speed Further steps
    Again, it is doodle time at SOS, and this time we added the front suspension of the model =:O (Double Feral) that belongs to the Progressive Custom series #6 and might get an electric or hybrid drivetrain (see also the Further steps of the 24th of January 2012).

    Robert Slade → SOS =:O Double Feral
    © Robert Slade and Style of Speed


    08.July.2013
    Comment of the Day
    "Full take"

    Original vs. Inspiration
    1. row: Quincy, Honda Asimo, and Japan Science and Technology Agency Pino
    2. row: Roboticle Logo 0001 "Quincy" (24.12.2001), Roboticle Logo 0002 "Asimo" (17.02.2003), and Roboticle Logo 0003 "Pino" (07.05.2008)

    QuincyHonda AsimoJapan Science and Technology Agency, Exploratory Research for Advanced Technology, Kitano Symbiotic Systems Project Pino
    Roboticle Logo 0001Roboticle Logo 0002 Roboticle Logo 0003
    © :( and Roboticle

    At this point, our readers should know now why an operating system for mobile devices has a robot as logo as well.

    Ontonics Website update
    We are overworking the description of the Twisted Wave, because what we did is more profound than we have described it before, specifically in relation with the combination of both angular momenta, and the applications of the orbital angular momentum, the twisted wave, and the phase conjugation.

    Investigations::Multimedia Android Special

  • Google and Open Handset Alliance: We took a quick look at their operating system Android and found the following informations and equalities to our Ontologic Systems OntoLix and OntoLinux:
  • Alpha; before November 2007
    • at least two internal releases inside Google and the Open Handset Alliance (OHA) existed
  • Beta; 5th of November 2007
  • 1.0 (API level 1); 23rd of September 2008
    • SQLite database management (see OntoFS)
    • Web browser to show multiple web pages as windows ("cards") (see also Mekensleep Underware poker game)
    • Sensor Manager supports sensor reading types orientation, accelerometer, magnetic field, (ambient) light, temperature, and proximity (no Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU); see OntoScope component, specifically Diverse and Collaborative Virtual Environment (CoVE), webpage Ontologic Applications, and feature "Sensor system" of the Feature-list #1 of OntoLix and OntoLinux)
    • Camera support without the options to change the camera's resolution, white balance, quality, etc.
    • Google Sync, allowing management of over-the-air synchroniz- ation of Gmail, People, and Calendar (feature "synchronization 'Max-Sync' and 'Max-Com'" of the Feature-list #2 of OntoLix and OntoLinux)
    • LocationManager (features "Integration of the Global Positioning System (GPS)" and "Integration of Web 2.0 content like maps " of the Feature-list #1 of OntoLix and OntoLinux, and webpage Ontologic Applications)
    • Google Maps with Latitude and Street View to view maps and satellite imagery, as well as find local business and obtain driving directions using GPS (features "Integration of the Global Positioning System (GPS)" and "Integration of Web 2.0 content like maps " of the Feature-list #1 of OntoLix and OntoLinux, feature "IPNav and IPGPS with intelligent navigation IQNav" of AutoSemantic, and utilization of Ontologic System (OS) architecture with automotive computing (see also sections Active Component and Computing and Multimedia of the website of Style of Speed))
    • Wi-Fi and Bluetooth support (features "WirelessLAN-compatible" and "Bluetooth-compatible" of AutoSemantic)
  • 1.5 ("Cupcake"; API level 3); 27th of April 2009
  • 1.6 ("Donut"; API level 4); 15th of September 2009
    • Virtual Private Network (VPN) control panel (feature "Personal World Wide Web-based infrastructure, network, and virtual drive" of the Feature-list #2 of OntoLix and OntoLinux, which also means nothing else than (virtual private) cloud computing by the way)
    • Quick Search Box, system constantly learns which search results are more relevant based on what is clicked (feature "Proactive user support" of the Feature-list #2 of OntoLix and OntoLinux, and webpage Ontologic Applications)
    • Multi-lingual Text-To-Speech (TTS) synthesis engine to allow any Android application to "speak" a string of text; new text-to-speech package provides classes for synthesizing speech from text, for immediate playback or to create a sound file (see sections Natural Language Processing (NLP) and Operating System, specifically links to Knorpora, Morphix-NLP, and Oralux, of the Links to Software webpage and Multilingual Multimodal Multimedia User Interface (M³UI))
    • New gestures framework provides application developers with a framework for creating, storing/saving, loading, and recognizing gestures and associating them with specific actions, and new GestureBuilder development tool (framework is for single touchscreens only; multi-touch already basic feature of the OntoScope component with Multimodal Multimedia User Interface (M²UI) and also Virtual Environment User Interface (VEUI), inclusive Kinetic User Interface (KUI), for stationary devices as well as mobile devices; see also Ontologic Applications and section Collaborative Virtual Environment of the Links to Software webpage)
    • Support for HTML5 (always supported by Ontologic Applications, includes Resource Description Framework (RDF); see OntoFS)
  • 2.0 ("Eclair"; API level 5); 26th of October 2009
    • Bluetooth 2.1 support
    • Numerous new camera features, including flash support, digital zoom, scene mode, white balance, color effect and macro focus (see Ontoscope hardware architecture)
    • Improved typing speed on virtual keyboard, with smarter dict- ionary that learns from word usage and automatically/actively includes contact names as suggestions (feature "learns user habits and makes recommendations" mentioned on the webpage of Ontologic Applications)
    • MotionEvent can now track and report simultaneous-/multi- touch information of up to three pointers simultaneously (Multimodal Multimedia User Interface (M²UI))
    • Support for HTML5 features: database API support for client-side databases using SQL, and geolocation API support to provide location information about the device (see OntoFS and section Geography of the Links to Software webpage)
  • 2.1 ("Eclair MR1"; API level 6); 12th of January 2010
    • WebStorage with the Web SQL Database API and the HTML5 Web Storage API
  • 2.2–2.2.3 ("Froyo"; API level 8); 20th of May 2010
    • Provides a generalized backup service that allows to store, backup and restore any type of data, from arbitrary data, over persistent user and application data, to files to remote cloud storage with Backup Manager that handles the work of transporting the data to and from the backup storage in an atomic manner (features "Backup system enhancement, and recovery system" of the Feature-list #1 and "Personal World Wide Web-based infrastructure, network, and virtual drive, that supports the user centric migration 'Max-Mig', synchron- ization 'Max-Sync' of [processes,] applications and data" of the Feature-list #2 of OntoLix and OntoLinux)
    • New device policy management (feature "Advanced manager for devices" of the Feature-list #2 of OntoLix and OntoLinux)
    • Integration of Chrome's V8 JavaScript engine into the Browser application (ECMAscript (e.g. JavaScript and QtScript) is always supported by our OS)
    • Support for the Android Cloud to Device Messaging (C2DM) service, enabling push notifications (see section Network Technology of the Links to Software webpage, specifically link to Grid Computing Info Centre (GRID Infoware))
    • New User Interface (UI) "car mode" and improved compatibility matrix with car kits (see Distributed Computing architecture with AutoSmartphone on the website of Style of Speed)
    • Portable Wi-Fi hotspot (better known as tethering and hence feature "Full Wi-Fi" of the Feature-list #1 of OntoLix and OntoLinux)
    • Support for Bluetooth-enabled car and desk docks (utilization of Ontologic System architecture with automotive computing, specifically feature "Bluetooth compatible" of AutoSemantic)
    • Provides an API for validating of XML documents and verifying that an XML document is an instance of a specified XML schema (foundational features "well-structured and -formed", and "validated and verified" of Ontologic System (OS) architecture not only related to XML, see webpage Overview and OntoScope component, specifically link to libxml2)
    • Adobe Flash support (is supported since the start of our OS)
  • 2.3–2.3.2 ("Gingerbread"; API level 9); 6th of December 2010
    • Support for Near Field Communication (NFC) provides underlying NFC services that work with the device hardware to discover tags when they come into range (NFC standards are based on Radio-Frequency IDentification (RFID); features "able to sense RFID ([e.g.] IPRFID)" of the AutoSemantic expansion package, as well as of OntoLix and OntoLinux (see Investigat- ions::Multimedia 21st of June 2010); IPRFID, that was already added in respect of the so-called Internet of Things and en- ables as well a bi-directional communication)
    • Faster, more intuitive text input in virtual keyboard, with im- proved accuracy, better suggested text and voice input mode (Multimodal Multimedia User Interface (M²UI) and section Natural Language Processing (NLP) of the Links to Software webpage)
    • Audio, graphical, and input enhancements for game developers (feature "Gaming enhancement and video game console inte- gration" of the Feature-list #1 of OntoLix and OntoLinux, see again Mekensleep Underware poker game)
    • Sensor Manager supports also native code in addition to the new sensor reading types gyroscope, synthetic rotation vector, synthetic linear acceleration, synthetic gravity, and barometer for creating applications that process/track and respond to 3D device motion and orientation/position changes, like e.g. tilt, spin, thrust, and slice (Ontoscope architecture S version, OntoScope component, section Collaborative Virtual Environment of the Links to Software webpage, Ontologic Applications webpage, and feature "Sensor system" of the Feature-list #1 of OntoLix and OntoLinux, no IMU-enabled Inertial Navigation System (INS) based on GPS or other positioning and navigation systems and no KUI based on optic sensors; see also MobileKinetic and Clarification of the 8th of June 2013 (first and part of second view))
    • Multiple cameras support applications in using any cameras that are available on a device, for either photo or video capture (Ontoscope architecture, no KUI based on optic sensors)
    • Open API for native audio (see OntoScope component, specifically OpenAL and Mekensleep Underware)
    • New audio effects such as reverb, equalization, headphone virtualization, and bass boost (feature "Sound enhancement" of the Feature-list #1 of OntoLix and OntoLinux)
    • New support for altitude tag in EXIF metadata for JPEG files
    • New system facility called StrictMode that catches and notifies the developer of accidental disk or network activity that could degrade application performance (related with feature Adaptive processing for reflecting the network quality and device capability, Feature-list #1 of OntoLix and OntoLinux)
  • 2.3.3–2.3.4 ("Gingerbread"; API level 10); 9th of February 2011
    • Media Metadata Retriever provides a unified interface for retrieving frame and meta data from an input media file (music related only)
  • 3.0 ("Honeycomb"; API level 11); 22nd of February 2011
    • Specifically optimized for devices with larger screen sizes, particularly tablets, with a new virtual and holographic user interface for 3D experience and deeper interactivity (mode "3D (e.g. 3D desktop GUI or/and holographic)" of OntoCOVE and Multimodal Multimedia User Interface (M²UI) of OntoScope component, and section Collaborative Virtual Environment; the term is highly misleading like Bionic and Android; see e.g. Holonicle)
    • Offers a new hardware-accelerated OpenGL renderer for 2D graphics (linked with feature Parallel operating of graphic cards, and other multimedia cards from different manufacturers of the Feature-list #1 of OntoLix and OntoLinux)
    • Renderscript offers low-level, high-performance mathematical calculating, data processing, and 2D and 3D graphics render- ing. Renderscript adopts a control and slave architecture where the low-level native code written in C (C99 standard) is controlled by the higher level Android system that runs in the Virtual Machine (VM). The Android build tools generate these entry points through reflection on the native Renderscript code. (This is now a part of the OntoBot component and its interplay with the OntoScope component of the reflective OSs OntoLix and OntoLinux and shows that Google and the OHA want to get away from the Java environment to our environ- ment with C and C++ as the foundational programming languages and a higher level language on top of them (in the case of Android it is still Java and also JavaScript), and features "Parallel operating of graphic cards, and other multimedia cards from different manufacturers", "Multimedia processing pipeline", and "'Full Scripting' of the operating system functions" of the Feature-list #1 of OntoLix and OntoLinux and further development of Free Poplog for OntoBcope component)
    • Support for multi-core processors (section Integrated Circuit/Chip and feature Multiprocessing of the Feature-list #1 of OntoLix and OntoLinux)
    • Filesystem in Userspace (FUSE; kernel module; see OntoFS)
    • CSS 3D transforms
  • 3.1 ("Honeycomb MR1"; API level 12); 10th of May 2011
    • Support for mice, trackballs, joysticks, gamepads, and other devices (OntoScope component; see Mekensleep Underware poker game)
    • Connectivity for USB accessories such as robotics controllers; docking stations; diagnostic and musical equipment; kiosks; card readers; and much more
    • Robust Wi-Fi networking (feature "Full Wi-Fi" of the Feature- list #1 of OntoLix and OntoLinux)
    • Support for Preferred Network Offload (PNO), a background scanning capability that conserves battery power savings in cases where Wi-Fi needs to be available continuously for long periods of time (feature "Adaptive processing for reflecting the network quality and device capability" of the Feature-list #2 of OntoLix and OntoLinux)
    • New functions for setting camera distance, location, and rot- ation can be used by applications to set the distance from the camera to a View and gives applications improved control over 3D transformations of the View, such as rotations (Ontoscope architecture and OntoScope component, somehow can also be used as a KUI based on optical sensors)
    • Support for FLAC audio (see OntoScope component, specific- ally Ogg Vorbis (Vorbis itself added in version 4.0))
  • 4.0-4.0.2 ("Ice Cream Sandwich"; API level 14); 19th of October 2011
    • Powerful voice input engine offers a continuous "open micro- phone" experience and streaming voice recognition for better voice integration and continuous, real-time speech to text dictation using the language a user wants (Ontologic Applications webpage, section Natural Language Processing (NLP) of the Links to Software webpage, and Multimodal Multimedia User Interface (M²UI))
    • Framework for spell-checkers that locate and underlines errors and suggests replacement words and integration API (feature "Built-in spell checker" of the Feature-list #1 of OntoLix and OntoLinux)
    • Control over network data, use of network data for streaming content, synchronizing data, downloading apps, and more, colorful charts show the total data usage (feature "Visual analyzation of the performance and reliability of the [...] Operating System" of the Feature-list #1 of OntoLix and OntoLinux)
    • Framework for Text-To-Speech (TTS) engines (sections Natural Language Processing (NLP) and Operating System, specifically links to Knorpora, Morphix-NLP, and Oralux, of the Links to Software webpage)
    • Sensor Manager supports the new sensor reading types ambient (room) temperature, replacing former sensor reading type temperature, and ambient (room) humidity, and the improved synthetic sensors that now rely on the gyroscope sensor (feature "Sensor system" of the Feature-list #1 of OntoLix and OntoLinux and Ontoscope architecture)
    • Enhance the accessibility for blind or visually impaired users (section Operating System, specifically Oralux (other distribut- ions for visually, hearing, and speech impaired or blind users were linked as well in the past))
    • Framework that provides APIs for identifying faces and calcul- ating picture settings using face recognition technology (On- toscope architecture, somehow can also be used as a KUI based on optical sensors)
    • Face Unlock, a feature that allows users to unlock handsets using facial recognition software (Ontoscope architecture and OntoScope component, somehow can also be used as a KUI based on optical sensors; see also MobileKinetic)
    • Single-motion panorama mode that lets a user slowly turn the camera to encompass a perspective (related with OntoScope component, specifically CoVE and the VEUI)
    • Hardware acceleration of the UI (Ontoscope architecture and OntoScope component, specifically OntoCOVE)
    • New media codecs with Vorbis (see OntoScope component, specifically Ogg Vorbis)
    • Wi-Fi Direct for Peer-to-Peer (P2P) connections between devices without a hotspot or internet connection (features "Full Wi-Fi" and "User centric migration of applications and data from one computing machine to another, even from a personal computer to a cell phone, or an automotive media center" of the Feature-list #1 of OntoLix and OntoLinux and section Network Technology of the Links to Software webpage, specifically link to Grid Computing Info Centre (GRID Infoware) due to contained links to P2P)
    • Bluetooth Health Device Profile (HDP) devices (see also Feature-list #1 of OntoLix and OntoLinux)
    • Full support for stylus input for drawing and gesturing, handwriting and shape recognition, improved mouse input, and others (see specification of tablets by intelliTablet that are powered by OntoLix or OntoLinux)
    • New VpnService allows applications to build their own VPN (Virtual Private Network), creates an interface for a virtual network with user permission, own addresses and routing rules, and establish secure tunnels to a remote server (feature "Personal World Wide Web-based infrastructure, network, and virtual drive" of the Feature-list #2 of OntoLix and OntoLinux)
  • 4.0.3 and 4.0.4 ("Ice Cream Sandwich MR1"; API level 15); 16 December 2011
    • Social stream API in Contacts Provider, each social stream table includes several columns for metadata about each stream item, such as an icon representing the source (an avatar)
  • 4.1 ("Jelly Bean"; API level 16); 9th of July 2012
    • Touch anticipation (feature "Proactive user support, that predicts the future" of the Feat- ure-list #2 of OntoLix and OntoLinux)
    • Bi-directional text and other language support
    • Network Bandwidth Management when the device is connect- ed to a metered network (feature "Adaptive processing for reflecting the network quality and device capability" of the Feature-list #2 of OntoLix and OntoLinux)
    • Android Beam supports large payload transfers over Bluetooth or another [unspecified] alternate transport to achieve faster transfer speeds (features "MultiWLAN and Full Wi-Fi" of the Feature-list #1 and "User centric migration of applications and data from one computing machine to another, even from a personal computer to a cell phone, or an automotive media center" of the Feature-list #2 of OntoLix and OntoLinux)
    • Wi-Fi Direct service discovery (section Network Technology of the Links to Software webpage, specifically link to Grid Computing Info Centre (GRID Infoware) and OpenStack, and features "Full Wi-Fi" and "User centric migration of applications and data from one computing machine to another, even from a personal computer to a cell phone, or an automotive media center" of the Feature-list #1 and "Personal World Wide Web-based infrastructure, network [...] that supports the user centric migration of applications and data [...]" of the Feature-list #2 of OntoLix and OntoLinux)
    • Accessibility service APIs have been significantly increased and now allow to build services that monitor and respond to more input events, such as complex gestures, to surface complex custom views to accessibility services so they can present the information in a more accessible way, and allow to present a logical semantic structure for a more useful interaction model for users ("agents be more proactive [...]" and "simplifing the interface to complex applications by allowing the user to interact with them through common language, gesture, and sense" of Ontologic Applications, specifically, features "Proactive user support, that predicts the future" and "AITouch for intelligent screening devices" listed in the Feature-list #2 of OntoLix and OntoLinux, most potentially used as part of a KUI based on optical sensors)
    • Multiple input devices framework for querying all connected input devices and informing/notifying when new input devices are connected, changed, or disconnected that is useful for games that support multiple players (see OntoScope component, specifically DIVERSE and CoVE)
    • New feature declaration for devices that are dedicated to displaying the user interface on a television screen (now also stationary devices supported)
    • Improved voice search
    • Google Play services for integration of Google services such as authentication (feature "User account control enhancement" of the Feature-list #1 of OntoLix and OntoLinux)
    • Google Now (variant of our Proactive Intelligent Personal Assistant (PIPA) of the Ontologic System (OS) architecture and its foundational semantic data model)
    • Knowledge Graph (foundational semantic data model of Ontologic System (OS) architecture)
  • 4.2 ("Jelly Bean MR1"; API level 17); 29th of October 2012
    • Speech output and Gesture Mode navigation for blind users (Ontologic Applications and Multimodal Multimedia User Interface (M²UI) as well section Operating System, specifically Oralux)
    • Renderscript Compute introduces new scripting features, new optimizations based on directed acyclic graph of Renderscript operations to run by creating a script group defining the oper- ations, and direct GPU integration (features "Parallel operating of graphic cards, and other multimedia cards from different manufacturers" and "'Full Scripting' of the operating system functions", as well as related feature "File system [...] with 'Data-Flow' [based on our structured models, specifically the Structured Entity-Relationship Model (SERM) and the Struct- ured Object Model (SOM), that again are based on Directed Acyclic Graph (DAG), for processing something]" of the Feat- ure-list #1 of OntoLix and OntoLinux, which was said in con- junction with Problem Solving Environments (PSEs), Scientific Computing Environments (SCEs), data analysis environments, and related visual environments as well, as mentioned on the webpage Overview and listed in the sections Visualization, specifically link to Blender, and Operating System, specifically link to Scientific Linux, and the further development of Free Poplog for OntoBot component; most potentially optimization is based on graph or term rewriting, which again is feature of the OntoBot component, see section Software Development Tool, specifically link to cTuning, and also )
    • Filterscript for hardware-accelerating simple image-processing and computation operations, operations are optimized and accelerated, and ensures wider compatibility and improved optimization across more types of device chipsets of CPUs, GPUs, and DSPs (features "Parallel operating of graphic cards, and other multimedia cards from different manufacturers", "Full Scripting of the operating system functions", and "File system [...] with 'Data-Flow' [...] for filtering" of the Feature-list #1 of OntoLix and OntoLinux, further development of Free Poplog for OntoBot component)
    • SELinux (section Operating System and OntoFS)
    • Google Maps with new API that uses vector-based maps that support 2D and 3D views, and allow users to tilt and rotate the map with simple gestures, now part of Google Play services (Ontologic System architecture, OntoScope component, and features "Thorough integration of Web 1.0 technology and content" and "Integration of Web 2.0 content like maps" of the Feature-list #1 of OntoLix and OntoLinux)
    • Photo Sphere camera function and [2D] panorama photo to [2D] sphere image transformation to create amazing, immersive panoramas, (stereographic projection, photo sphere functions are based on the foundational 3D desktop GUI variants with the sphere metapher of the Multilingual Multimodal Multimedia User Interface (M³UI) is the basic spherical GUI of the Virtual Environment Windowing Library (VEWL; see the screenshot of VEWL on the desktop) that belongs to the OntoScope component) and is also used with the Ontoscope hardware architecture, so despite this is a 2D technology we have here already the next problem, because the camera features 3D transformations as well (see version 3.1); see also the Panoramic View-Based Rendering)
    • Photo sphere is simply an image file (like a JPG) that has in it text-based metadata based on the open format called eXtensible Metadata Platform (XMP) (for the serialization of the metadata itself respectively the XMP data model the Resource Description Framework graph in XML (RDF/XML) is most commonly used, see webpage Introduction and again OntoFS, but also Wireless Supercomputer (WiSer))
    • New HDR camera scene mode to capture an image using high dynamic range imaging techniques (points into the direction of Wavicle technology based on wave-field computing, specifically the Light-Field Camera)
    • Support for wireless display (features "Full Wi-Fi" of the Feature-list #1 and "User centric migration of applications and data from one computing machine to another, even from a personal computer to a cell phone, or an automotive media center" of the Feature-list #2 of OntoLix and OntoLinux, and the always mentioned foundational distributed computing architecture of our Ontologic Systems; see section Network Technology of the Links to Software webpage, specifically link to Grid Computing Info Centre (GRID Infoware), and there again section P2P Integrated Systems and Applications, and also Qixel, Pad Computer, Wireless Resonant Power Link (WRPL), WREL/WRPL@Home, Wireless Resonant Energy/Power Link (WREL/WRPL), and related display technologies)
    • Always-on VPN — VPN can be configured so that applications will not have access to the network until a VPN connection is established (feature "Personal World Wide Web-based infrastructure, network, and virtual drive" of the Feature-list #2 of OntoLix and OntoLinux)

    We also found the Native Development Kit (NDK), which is a toolset that allows to implement parts of an app using native-code lang- uages such as C and C++. As applications were given CPU-intensive operations, such as signal processing, physics simulation, and so on. Together with the RenderScript and FilterScript these features lead once more to the obtrusive similarity with our Ontologic System (OS) architecture, because the support of the fields of problem solving and scientific computing, but also of advanced gaming platforms is strenghted in this way a further time (see again the webpage Over- view and the related sections of the webpage Links to Software). In the case of the computing environments the support is also confirm- ed by the utilization of a Directed Acyclic Graph (DAG), which is a common approach for handling their processing pipelines. Also extre- mely suspicious are the camera function of 3D transformations for 2D views introduced with version 3.1 ("Honeycomb MR1") that together with the photo sphere function introduced with version 4.2 ("Jelly Bean MR1") makes only sense if the goal is to copy our OS archi- tecture even further. This is confirmed by the utilization of vector- based maps that support 2D and 3D views and the combination of photo spheres with this map service. This general impression is prov- en as well by the next evidence given with the support of automot- ive computing and stationary devices.
    Moreover we see that more and more services with familiar or even equal features were added following us exactly as well. One of these equalities was found in the description about the location APIs of the Play Service, specifically in its section "Activity recognition", as it can be seen easily with the following information: "With apps be- coming increasingly contextual, understanding what the user is doing is critical to surfacing the right content. The Activity recognition API makes it easy to check the user’s current activity-still, walking, cy- cling, and in-vehicle [...] Uses low-power sensors to recognize the user's current physical activity. Enhances other services with con- text: Great for adding movement awareness to location awareness. [... and ...] API also makes available confidence values for each of the activities [...]", which is related with our Ontologic Applications and our Ontoscope hardware architecture as well (see also the Clar- ifications of the 8th and 22nd of June 2013). A further service is the Play Game Service that makes it possible to "Create real-time multi- player games [-] Make your game more dynamic by letting multiple players compete or cooperate simultaneously.", which is a feature of our OntoScope software component and specifically related with our Collaborative Virtual Environement (CoVE) and the referenced Mek- ensleep Underware. Furthermore, since the September 2008 the common Google Search service is included in Android 1.0 (API level 1), since the June of 2011 the features of Google Voice Search and Search by Image are included in Google Search and hence in Android 4.0-4.0.2 ("Ice Cream Sandwich"; API level 14), which now allow a user to search words by speaking and by giving images and hence are strongly connected with the features referenced in the sections Natural Languange Processing and Natural Image Processing of the webpage Links to Software, since the May 2012 the Knowlegde Graph semantic search feature is included in Google Search, and since the June 2012 the (Proactive) Intelligent Personal Assistant/ Agent ((P)IPA) called Google Now and based on the Knowlegde Graph is included in Android 4.1. ("Jelly Bean"; API level 16; see the Investigations::Multimedia, AI and Knowledge management of the 30th of April 2013 for more details). Recently, a specific map service was added as well, which is virtually our MapCloud, so that with the combination of its basic map service and the photo sphere camera function with 3D transformations essential elements of our AutoMapCloud are also implemented already.
    Besides this, we found "Overview", Creative Vision™, "Components", "Activity components", "Tricorder", "Design Philosophy", and so on on the website of the Android platform.

    When taken all facts and conclusions together, then at least the following points are more than evident:

  • 1. The company Google and the OHA have implemented more or less together the original, unique features of our operating system platforms called OntoLix and OntoLinux and our basic Ontologic App- lications since the official start of Android, as it can be seen above with the chronological listing of the features of each single version, which were linked with the related features of our OS architecture and operating system platforms. These features are those that in many cases alone and as such a special and unusual composition and collection of functionalities differentiate our original, unique, and hence copyrighted descriptions of the general OS architecture and the associated operating system platforms from the operating syst- em platforms for devices, specifically mobile/cell phones and tablet computers, but also televisions, presented by the OHA and its single members and by other software manufacturers at that time. Our publicated features were solely selected on the basis of functionality that all the other operating systems available at that time did not have with some very few exceptions, which are not relevant in the discussion, because they were isolated functions and not part of an overall system architecture in stark contrast to our OS architecture. This can be seen especially with the version 1.0 of Android, which had only the support of a touch display, the basic orientation, accel- erometer, and magnetic field sensors, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth network technologies, the common comfort functions for phones, a web browser, and somekind of a map service for navigation. The other reference operating system platforms for our investigations are iOS by the company Apple, which by the way will be investigated in the near future as well, the Windows Mobile by the company Microsoft, and Symbian by the company Nokia, as well as other special Linux distribution for mobile devices to which Android belonged until its official presentation of the version 1.0.
    Also, it can be seen very well on its website how the descriptions of the functionalities are formulated in such a way, that they sound as more than they truly are and could give unknowing entities the im- pression that the actings around the platform are legal. Surely, this worked worse and worse as more and more features and feature en- hancements with more and more conformity to our OS architecture, operating system platforms, applications, and services were added, specifically in relation with the KUI and MobileKinetic technology, the M³UI, the camera, the network and cloud computing, the semantic computing, and the (Proactive) Intelligent Personal Assistant/Agent ((P)IPA).
    Furthermore, on the webpage Legal Notice it is written: "Android is an open platform that's freely available to you as an app developer. You can immediately download the Android SDK, develop apps, and distribute them to the world without any registration or fees. Android is developed by Google Inc. and the Open Handset Alliance. We've made it available to you as a development platform pursuant to our commitment to openness, freedom, and innovation in mobile." and "We are pleased to license the Android documentation and sample code on this web site under terms that encourage you to take, modify, reuse, re-purpose, and remix the content as you see fit. The documentation content on this web site is made available to you as part of the Android Open Source Project. This documentation, in- cluding any code shown in it, is licensed under the Apache 2.0 li- cense. All other content on this site, except the license documents themselves and as otherwise noted, is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 license." This means in the end, that our intellectual properties were copied, are claimed to be their innovat- ion, and are given away for free. In this conjunction we would like to repeat the known fact: Open source does not mean free beer.
  • 2. We can see also that feature for feature of our operation syst- em platforms like OntoLinux was implemented and that in this way Google alone and together with the OHA have deliberately sneaked up to our OntoBot, OntoScope, and OntoFS software components directly with some parts of them already implemented, so that it can be already concluded today that sooner or later the rest will be co- pied as well.
  • 3. Furthermore, we could also infer software features from the hardware functionalities by our many investigations, which were pri- marily focused on hardware, and connect these features and funct- ionalities directly with the Android operating system now. This also offered the insight that for example the company Google presented a next version of Android with new features at first and then manu- facturers like Samsung and Asus followed with their presentations of new hardware and related customized operating system features as well as applications, which were often related with our software as well, inclusive the OSs, and our hardware after we presented them before. Sometimes, these new and customized operating system features and applications found their way into one of the next vers- ions of Android or a Google service, especially if they are related with our actings. Said this, a synchronization is obvious.
  • 4. Like some manufacturers presented customized operating syst- em features, applications, and services, Google has implemented the unique, original core of our Ontologic Systems (OS) architecture and its related data and processing model, as well as additionally some essential features of our OS platforms OntoLix and OntoLinux, and our Ontologic Applications based on the OS architecture, whenever they coincide with its internet services, which then added them as related services, APIs, or new extensions of existing features to the Android operating system.
  • 5. Finally, the whole investigation proves that since the start of Android and hence long before the official presentation of its version 1.0 the company Google and most potentially its partners made the plan with the goal to take everything from us by making an exact copy of our corporation and our intellectual properties. The whole issue has been completely documented by us with related investig- ative cases.


    09.July.2013
    Ontonics Announcement
    Again we have to inform the public that most potentially we have to restructure the whole license model for our Ontologic Systems and adjust some license fees, because the insights gained with the case of the company Google and the Open Handset Alliance proved that the operating system Android is in large parts an implementation of our Ontologic System OntoLinux only, specifically the elements that are not common for a Linux based operating system with Java Virtual Machine (VM), and so on (see the Investigations::Multimedia of the 9th July 2013 (yesterday)).

    Ontonics Website update
    We have seen that we gave no descriptions about our technologies MultiWLAN and Full Wi-Fi that are part of the Feature-list #1 of OntoLix and OntoLinux, because they are self-explanatory somehow and in the context it is obvious that the Full Wi-Fi technology is related with the so-called tethering of mobile devices and hence with a portable hotspot in a Peer-to-Peer (P2P) network configuration, the (Multi)WLAN technology, and the overall distributed computing architecture of our Ontologic System architecture, and was described as Wi-Fi Direct 2 years later for example, but most potentially in a scientific paper as well, which described such a WLAN P2P solution. Nevertheless, we added the:

  • MultiWLAN and
  • Full Wi-Fi

    to the Innovation-Pipeline.

    Investigations::Investigations::Multimedia, AI and Knowledge management

  • Google: In relation with its case in the Investigations::Multimedia, AI and Knowledge management of the 30th April 2013 and the case of the company and the Open Handset Alliance in the Investigations::Multimedia of the 8th of July 2013 (yesterday) we investigated again its so-called Knowledge Graph that is based on our Ontologic System (OS) architecture.
    We also found a basis of valuation for the application of our OS that is based on the number of search requests.

    Investigations::Multimedia
    *** Fine-Tuning mode; White line is not clear enough ***

  • Garmin: The company presented a navigation application with turn-by-turn navigation that uses a mobile device laid on a dashboard as a Head-Up Display (HUD). In fact, it is basically the solution presented by the company Compaq around the year 2000 (see the point 1.4 of the Clarification of the 7th of January 2013) that was realized by using the display as a projecting device. But the more important question is here, as in the cases of other utilizations of a mobile device like a smartphone in a vehicle and solutions like telephone control over the vehicle's on-board display, telephony comfort features, and music streaming (see again the Clarification of the 7th of January 2013, and the cases of the marque Volkswagen→Audi in the Investigations::Car #380 of the 2nd of April 2013 and the company Rinspeed in the Investigations::Car #384 of the 13th of May 2013) automotive distributed computing AutoSmartphone and AutoTablet solutions.
  • TRX Systems: In June 2011 the tracking devices vendor unveiled a plan to enable people or things to be tracked with pinpoint accuracy regardless of whether they are outside, inside or in the presence of electronic jamming. Global Positioning System (GPS) devices can help track first responders, unmanned areal vehicles, soldiers and expensive assets, but require an Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) to work when GPS-signals are unavailable, such as in tunnels, inside buildings, or when electronic interference is present. The company presented a solution, which includes an ultra-small MEMS-based IMU, that aims to solve that problem. As an example it stated that it is "working with firefighter and other gear makers to integrate the tracking unit into their uniforms, which can tell not only the person's location, within a couple of meters, but can also tell which direction they are going, whether they are going up or down stairs, whether they are standing or crawling and so forth [...] The IMU chosen by [the company] for its design will be a 10-degree-of-freedom IMU that houses a three-axis MEMS gyroscope, a three-axis MEMS accelerometer, and three-axis magnetometer and a barometric pressure sensor [...]." Obviously, the company has stolen the related wearable computing application from the description of our MobileKinetic technology (see also KineticWear). Despite this, it is sadly to say that our Multimodal Multimedia User Interface (M²UI) is based on a Virtual Environment User Interface (VEUI) and a Kinetic User Interface (KUI), which are specifically designed for all kinds of input devices that feature all these sensors in 3D already (see the OntoScope software component, specifically Diverse and CoVE) and that we use it with mobile devices of all kinds since the 6th of July 2007 as well.
    Be honest: Who has seen this ingenious Mixed Reality (MR) feature?


    10.July.2013
    Comment of the Day
    OntoBeam™
    3D photo sphere™
    IPNFC™
    SecureNFC™

    Ontonics Website update
    We added to the Innovation-Pipeline the technologies:

  • OntoBeam and
  • 3D Photo Sphere 17:11 CET.


    11.July.2013
    Comment of the Day #1
    3D Video Panorama™
    3D Video Sphere™
    3D Sound Sphere™
    One Replicator Per Child™
    One 3D Printer Per Child™
    ORPC™
    O3DPPC™
    O3DP²C™
    XOX trinter™
    XOX 3D trinter™
    XOX replicator™

    Comment of the Day #2
    "That is absolute nonsense.", [Keith Brian Alexander, four-star general, director of the National Security Agency (NSA), chief of the Central Security Service (CSS), and commander of the United States Cyber Command, 2012]

    Ontonics Website update
    We added the new project:

  • 3D Sound Sphere 20:02 CET

    We followed the AutoSemantic extension package of our Ontologic Systems and generalized our AutoMapCloud by differentiating it into the versions ::Bike, ::Car, ::Aircraft, ::Ship, and ::Spaceship, as well as ::Mobile, ::Wearable, and ::Robot, and connected it with the rel- ated cloud computing solutions.

    We mentioned in the description of the MultiWLAN technology the Multi-Band WLAN technology.

    We also added to the description of the Full Wi-Fi that it can declare one of the both first devices as hotspot for all other devices that join the network.

    We also generalized the OntoBeam technology by adding WPAN and WLAN as further basic technologies.

    Furthermore, we mentioned the 3D Image-Based Rendering in the description of the Panoramic View-Based Rendering. Accordingly, the description of the Panoramic Recording-Based Rendering was updated as well.

    OntoLab, Ontoscope, and intelliTablet Further steps One Replicator Per Child (ORPC) #1 14:14 CET
    We are pleased to announce our new project One Replicator Per Child (ORPC)/One 3D Printer Per Child (O3DP²C) with the new device that is the:

  • XOX Replicator/XOX 3D Printer

    based on our Ontologic System architecture, the Lego® brick replic- ator, and the XOX Tablet, as well as the related Think Geek Entry Level Play Doh 3D Printer.

    OntoLab ∧ Ontologics→Ontologic Systems Architecture → Think Geek Entry Level Play Doh 3D Printer
    © Think Geek

    In fact, the image was an April Fools' joke by Think Geek, but we took it seriously due to legal issues with our foundational Ontologic System architecture (see also the Clarification of the 9th of January 2013) and wanted to show the image already 2 weeks ago in con- junction with the Sugar Lab learning environment enhanced by us with for example the Sugar Blend(er), Spun Sugar, Cotton Candy, or Blender4Kids version of the 3D content creation suite Blender (see the OntoLinux Further steps of the 1st of February 2013) and this announcement, though we missed it somehow. Nevertheless, we are already here with all basics since the OntoLinux Website update of the 11th of April 2009.

    See also the intelliTablet Further steps One Tablet Per Child (OTPC) and One Pad Per Child (OPPC/OP²C) #8 of the 14th of January 2013, the OntoLab, Ontoscope, and intelliTablet Further steps One Tablet Per Child (OTPC) and One Pad Per Child (OPPC/OP²C) #11 of the 15th of February 2013, the Ontoscope Further steps of the 16th of February 2013, as well as the OntoLab Further steps One Book Per Child (OBPC) #1 of the 23rd of March 2013, the iRaiment Further steps One Glass Per Child (OGPC) #1 and One Watch Per Child (OWPC) #1 of the 14th of April 2013, and the iRaiment Further steps One Wear Per Child (OWPC) #1 of the 1st of July 2013.

    Feature-list of the world wide leading High-technology Operating System (HOS) OntoLinux and OntoLix #5

    • Multilingual Multimodal Multiparadigmatic Environment (M³E) for
      • modeling
        • process,
        • data, and
        • 2D and 3D,
      • programming,
      • analyzing,
      • verifying and validating,
      • visualizing, and
      • simulating
    • Multimodal multiparadigmatic programming environment in respect of the
      • modalities like
        • textual,
        • literal,
        • visual,
        • acoustical,
        • sensorial,
        • synesthetical,
        • and so on,
        and
      • paradigms like
        • logic,
        • functional,
        • constrained,
        • dataflow,
        • flow-based,
        • procedural,
        • Object-Oriented (OO 1),
        • Ontology-Oriented (OO 2),
        • Ontologic-Oriented (OO 3),
        • agent-oriented,
        • automata-based,
        • meta, inclusive reflective,
        • event-driven,
        • parallel,
        • concurrent,
        • and so on
    • Multimodal multiparadigmatic data modeling environment in respect of the
      • modalities
        • textual and
        • visual,
        and
      • paradigms
        • relational,
        • object-oriented,
        • object relational,
        • ontologic,
        • and so on
    • Seamless integration of
      • programming paradigms
        • dataflow,
        • flow-based,
        • etc., etc., etc.,
      • processing pipeline
        • push (forward) and
        • pull (backward),
        and
      • data model paradigms (see also OntoFS)
        • relational,
        • Structured Entity-Relationship Model (SERM)
        • object-oriented,
        • object relational,
        • Structured Object-Relationship Model (SORM)
        • ontologic,
        • and so on
      by
      • term and
      • graph
        systems/(imperative) rewrite rules/grammars
      based on
      • Directed Acyclic Graph (DAG) as basic structure and
      • Directed Cyclic Graph (DCG) as special structure
    • Multilingual Multimodal Multimedia User Interface (M³UI), inclusive
      • Mixed Reality User Interface (MRUI),
        • Graphical User Interface (GUI),
        • Augmented Reality User Interface (ARUI), and
        • Virtual Reality User Interface (VRUI),
      • Kinetic User Interface (KUI), inclusive MultiKinetic and
      • Haptic User Interface (HUI)
    • Model-based simulation of upgrades to predict failures before affecting the real system
    • OntoMedia semantic management service for large multimedia collections
    • OntoBeam
    • MultiGPS, inclusive Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU)
    • OntoGlobe/OntoEarth
    • 3D panorama picture and video
    • 3D Photo and Video Sphere
    • Object-Based Reconfiguration
    • Full support for 3D printer, rapid production machines, and direct-digital manufacturing machines
    • Internet of Things ready (e.g. IPRFID/IPNFC; see OntoL4 and (Onto)L4(Onto)Linux)
    • Distributed services, specifically cloud computing
    • Wave-field computing

    Investigations::Multimedia

  • Wikimedia Foundation→Wikipedia: On the 20th of June 2013 a user was so kind with adding "art, 3D printed models" to the webpage about the 3D content creation suite Blender without referencing our OntoLinux, which has this connection since the 11th of April 2009 already (see the related OntoLinux Further steps).

    In this conjunction we demand the Wikimedia Foundation once again to name all users by their real name.


    12.July.2013
    Comment of the Day
    SuperBlender™
    OntoBlender™

    Question of the Day
    "Disasterliner?"

    Ontonics Website update
    In the description of our IPRFIC/IPNFC we have given the additional information that the technology is utilized by us as a foundational element of the so-called Internet of Things.

    And in the description of the OntoBeam technology we mentioned our Full Wi-Fi technology and added the information that we use semantic technologies based on ontologies for the service and data discovery, and the management of the transfer and the services.

    We also added the information that semantic technologies based on ontologies can be applied for the build up, the service discovery, and the management of the network and the found services in the des- cription of our other network based technologies like the Full Wi-Fi and the MultiWLAN.

    OntoLix and OntoLinux Website update
    We thought it would be nice to have an own webpage for the Feature-lists.

    Investigations and ::Aeronautics and Space

  • ITV→ITV Studios and Michio Kaku: Already some years ago, that annoying because defrauding self-exposer Michio Kaku has stolen intellectual properties from our websites again, which this time was once more the webpage of our spaceship concept Twin Ion Engine Royal (TIE-R)/LightSwift, and presented a similar spaceship design as his own in the documentary television series "Sci Fi Science: Physics of the Impossible", Season 2, episode "Destroy the Death Star" even by copying our basic marketing story. For this, he tried to camouflage the theft by taking the X-Wing starfighter of the Star Wars® saga instead of the TIE-Fighter and enlarged it with the so- called s-foils expanded into attack position. Furthermore, an anti- matter propulsion system similar to our drivetrain was taken and placed at the four wingtips with each wingtip laser substituted by a spherical torus fusion reactor with two magnetic nozzles, so that one is pointing forwards and the other one is pointing backwards. Honestly, without knowing the series, because it is broadcasted in these months in the B.R.D. and hence we found out this issue only recently, we referenced both technologies later on the LightSwift webpage with the text "two spacecraft designs with antimatter initiated microfission and -fusion cycles, e.g. the Antiproton-Cata- lyzed Microfission/Fusion (ACMF), and the Antimatter-Initiated Mi- crofusion (AIM) cycles, e.g. the Antiproton-Initiated Inertial Confine- ment Fusion (AIICF) cycle" (see for example the Discovery II in the NASA report TM-2005-213559, "Realizing "2001: A Space Odyssey": Piloted Spherical Torus Nuclear Fusion Propulsion", 2005). The next evidence is that the solution "The crew members ride in liquid-filled escape pods to protect them from g-forces." was taken as well, which is a feature of the spacecraft concept Microwave Lightcraft that was shown as an Original on the 28th of May 2008 by us and at least connected with the TIE-R engine in the Sneak preview #5a of the 25th of October 2008) already, which inspired M. Kaku to sub- stitute the lasers of the X-Wing starfigther and to take more obvi- ously, that was later discussed by us in more detail on the webpage XR-3/Lucky Dragon as well. Additionally, he also spoke about black holes in conjunction with the spaceship (see the Style of Speed Further steps of the 28th of November 2011). Because he has con- structed out of the basic elements and related story found on our websites and in accompanying informations given at other places of our websites a story that equals our unique original work, it has to be declared as a typical copyright infringement conducted by him as usual.

    Style of Speed→Twin Ion Engine Royal (TIE-R) LightSwift → X-Wing
    © :I

    Further episodes that are related with our websites are "How to Teleport", "How to Travel Through Time", "How to Build a Starship", "How to Build a Light Saber", "How to Build a Sci Fi Robot", "Earth 2.0" (construction of a second Earth), "Black Hole Odyssey" (travel safely through a black hole), "Cyborg Army", "A.I. Uprising", "Holo- deck", and "Shapeshifter Transformer" most of which can be found on the webpage Terms of the 21st Century.


    13.July.2013
    Comment of the Day
    OntoBuilder™
    OntoBlock™
    OntoBrick™
    OntoNode™
    OntoScript™

    OntoLix and OntoLinux Website update
    Because we explained from time to time in the last years why a 3D creation suite like Blender is a central element of our Ontologic System architecture and which concepts we have added for making it a Multilingual Multimodal Multiparadigmatic Environment (M³E), we have created a new webpage for the new component OntoBlender.

    We also missed to mention the utilization of the M³E for research, design, and development, as well as working, informing, communicat- ing, connecting, entertaining, gaming, and controlling, and to list OntoCloud, OntoWiki 1.0 and OntoWiki 2.0 in the Feature-list #3 publicated on the 11th of July 2013. So we added it today.


    14.July.2013
    Comment of the Day
    SOOM

    OntoLix and OntoLinux Website update
    For beautifying the Feature-list #3 we added testing to the item of the Multilingual Multimodal Multiparadigmatic Environment (M³E).
    We have also added the items Structured Relational Petri net-based Object-oriented Model (SRPOM), Structured Object-Oriented Model (SOOM) with its Structured Object-Role Model (SORoM) and Struct- ured Object-Behaviour Model (SOBM), and Structured Petri net-Enti- ty-Relationship Model (SPERM), because we missed them somehow as well.


    15.July.2013
    Comment of the Day
    "Democracy vs. Internet"
    And the winner is: $.

    OntoLix and OntoLinux Website update
    For beautifying the Feature-list #3 even further we added problem solving, reasoning, and production to the item of the Multilingual Multimodal Multiparadigmatic Environment (M³E).

    Style of Speed Further steps
    We are trying to get the components of the new motorcycle model =:) (Double Sharp) together. In this conjunction, we already upload- ed the inofficial version of the webpage of the =:) yesterday very early in the morning, so that interested persons can take a sneak preview and see in which direction the development goes.


    16.July.2013
    Comment of the Day
    Qudit computing™
    Qudit chip™
    Qudit processor™
    Qudit-prozessor™
    Qudit memory™
    Qudit money™
    Qudit annealing™
    Qudit cryptography™

    Ontonics Website update
    We added to our Innovation-Pipeline the new projects:

  • Qudit Chip,
  • Qudit Memory Chip,
  • Qudit Cryptography,
  • Mobile Quantum Cryptography 9:29 CET, and
  • Qudit Money 13:20 CET.

    We also made clear that the WebGLKit works in a slightly different way than the WebKit. For a better understanding we would like to give the following explanation about the browser toolkit WebKit and the display server protocol Wayland at first: For rendering the cont- ents of a webpage with WebKit2 two processes are applied. The first process parses the HTML code of a wepage, identifies the HTML lay- ers, renders them seperately, and composites them to the final view with the use of the Open Graphics Library (OpenGL). Accordingly, this first process is also called the web process. After the web pro- cess, the second process takes the results of the composition and paints them on the screen. Because this second process delivers the data to a user it is also called user interface process corresponding- ly. With the WebGLKit we have also a web process for parsing the markup languages, but this delivers directly to the 3D layouting and rendering user interface process, so that all runs always in a 3D en- vironment even if the result is presented on a 2D imaging display. Or said in other words, a WebGLKit application like a web browser is an OpenGL application and a user could even look around a glyph or another webpage content, a webpage, or the whole web browser for example.

    Feature-list of the world wide leading High-technology Operating System (HOS) OntoLinux and OntoLix #6
    see Feature-list #6

    Investigations::Multimedia

  • N24: Wohlwissend, dass es sich um einen bestimmten Teil unserer ontologischen Systemarchitektur handelt und zwar die Verbindung von der Ontoscope-Hardware, einem 3D-Drucker (siehe den Ab- schnitt Rapid Prototyping auf der Web-Seite Links to Hardware) und der OntoScope-Softwarekomponente (siehe unter anderem die Clari- fication vom 3. September 2008 sowie den Fall des Unternehmens Gestigon in der Investigations::Multimedia Human Machine Interface Special vom 13. Juli 2012 in dem wir PET-/CT-Scanner mit dem Bild und unserem Ontoscope herstellten, das als ein sogenannter Tricor- der-Scanner genutzt wird).

    Wir haben den Sender schon längst vor ein paar Jahren endgültig überführt und müssen nur noch die letzten Beweise zusammentra- gen.


    17.July.2013
    Comment of the Day #1
    "Don't toast your brain, please.", [C.S., 28th of March 2012]

    Comment of the Day #2
    "CC: NSA", [A Blogger, 16th of 2013]
    Potentially, some other institutions are missing.

    Ontonics Website update
    We made clear that the technique of the Panoramic View-Based Rendering can be combined with the 3D Image-Based Rendering as well, though this implicit information was already given. The same was done in the case of the Panoramic Recording-Based Rendering in relation with the 3D Recording-Based Rendering

    In the description of the Qudit Cryptography we mentioned the me- thods of the Quantum Key Distribution (QKD) and the related One- Time Pad (OTP) encryption.


    18.July.2013
    Comment of the Day
    Q-wave™

    Further steps
    We think that there are many other possibilities to fight crimes that do not conflict with basic democratic principles. Even better, the actual and the planned programs and systems could be easily reused for these possibilities. In general, we are missing creativity in relation with the demand for and the protection of the national security.

    We would like to inform our readers that the Investigations::Multi- media Android Special of the 8th of July 2013 has been finalized so far. From time to time we will beautify it and also add links to the related investigative cases of the past.
    The next step is now to overwork the license model, as already mentioned on the 14th of June 2013 and the 9th of July 2013, so that we get a stable basis for negotiations of every kind. In this conjunction we started with the very first simple and totally non- binding sketch, which should help to find a structure for handling the model and that shows the aggregated fees for the older versions and the additional fee for the new features of the actual version always in respect to one device powered with the related version (0.00 euro means that the feature will be considered with following versions or is considered with the specific fee for the related overall platform composition):

  • 1.50 euro for the robotic logo and other marketing points like (soft)bionic for every version

  • 1.50 euro + 1.50 euro for SQLite database management (0.00 euro), sensor system (0.50 euro), maps with GPS (0.00 euro) and overall platform composition (1.00 euro) of version 1.0 (API level 1)
  • 3.00 euro for virtual keyboards with text prediction engine (0.00 euro) of version 1.5 ("Cupcake"; API level 3)
  • 3.00 euro + 2.10 euro + m1 euro for VPN (0.10 euro), learning search engine (0.50 euro), multi-lingual Text-To-Speech (TTS) as part of Multilingual Multimodal Multimedia User Interface (M³UI; mx euro; has to be balanced with M³UI;), single touch and basic kinetic gestures framework (0.00 euro), HTML5 and hence RDF support (0.50 euro; has to be seen together with SQLite database management of version 1.0) and overall platform composition (1.00 euro) of version 1.6 ("Donut"; API level 4)
  • 5.10 euro + m1 euro + 2.50 euro for smarter dictionary (1.00 euro has to be seen together with text prediction engine), MotionEvent with multi-touch (0.00 euro), HTML5 Web Storage API with SQL and geolocation (1.00 euro; has to be seen together with SQLite database management and maps with GPS of version 1.0 and RDF support of version 1.6), and overall platform composition (0.50 euro) of version 2.0 ("Eclair"; API level 5)
  • 7.60 euro + m1 euro for version 2.1 ("Eclair MR1"; API level 6)
  • 7.60 euro + m1 euro + a1 euro + 2.20 euro for backup service with remote cloud storage (0.50 euro), device policy management (0,10 euro), simple cloud service (0.10 euro), simple User Interface (UI) with "car mode" (ax euro; has to be balanced with AutoSmartphone), portable Wi-Fi hotspot (0.00 euro), validating and verifying of XML documents (0.50 euro), and overall platform composition (1.00 euro) of versions 2.2–2.2.3 ("Froyo"; API level 8)
  • 9.80 euro + m2 euro + a1 euro + s1 euro + 3.80 euro for NFC support (0.00 euro), improved virtual keyboard with voice input mode (mx euro; has to be balanced with M³UI;), enhancements for gaming and Open API for native audio (0.00 euro), new sensor reading types and multiple cameras support (sx euro; has to be balanced with MobileKinetic and Ontoscope architecture respectively M³UI;), StrictMode (0,30 euro), Native Development Kit (NDK; 0.00 euro), and overall platform composition (3.50 euro) of versions 2.3–2.3.2 ("Gingerbread"; API level 9)
  • 13.60 euro + m2 euro + a1 euro + s1 euro + 0.30 euro for Media Metadata Retriever (0.00 euro) and overall platform composition (0.30 euro) of version 2.3.3–2.3.4 ("Gingerbread"; API level 10)
  • 13.90 euro + m2 euro + a1 euro + s1 euro + 5.50 euro for holographical user interface (1.00 euro), hardware-accelerated OpenGL renderer for 2D graphics (0.00 euro), Renderscript (1.50 euro; has to be seen with OpenGL and balanced with OntoBot), multi-core processor support (0.00 euro), FUSE (0.00 euro), CSS 3D (0.00 euro), and overall platform composition (3.00 euro) of version 3.0 ("Honeycomb"; API level 11)
  • 19.40 euro + m2 euro + a1 euro + s1 euro + 2.50 euro for full Wi-Fi networking (0.50 euro; has to be seen with portable Wi-Fi hotspot of verisons 2.2–2.2.3 and balanced with Full Wi-Fi), Preferred Network Offload (0,30 euro), camera functions with 3D transformations (sx.00 euro; has to be balanced with Ontoscope architecture respectively M³UI;), FLAC audio support (0.00 euro), and overall platform composition (2.00 euro) of version 3.1 ("Honeycomb MR1"; API level 12)
  • 21.90 euro + m3 euro + a1 euro + s2 euro + 7.90 euro for voice input engine (1.00 euro), built-in spell-checker framework (0.50 euro), visual analyzation and control of performance (0.10 euro), Text-To-Speech (TTS) engine framework (0.30 euro), new sensor reading types (0.00 euro), face recognition technology framework for identifying faces, calculating picture settings, and unlocking handsets (1.50 euro), single-motion panorama mode (sx euro; has to be balanced with Ontoscope architecture respectively M³UI;), hardware acceleration of the UI (0.00 euro), Wi-Fi Direct for Peer-to-Peer (P2P) connections (0.50 euro; has to be seen with portable Wi-Fi hotspot of verisons 2.2–2.2.3 and full Wi-Fi networking of version 3.1, and balanced with Full Wi-Fi), Health Device Profile (HDP; 1.00 euro), support for digital pen/stylus with multi-touch (mx euro; has to be balanced with tablet computer 3.0 architecture respectively M³UI;), VpnService (0.30 euro, has to be seen with VPN of version 1.6), voice search and image search (1.50 euro; has to be balanced with M³UI;),, and overall platform composition (2.00 euro) of version 4.0-4.0.2 ("Ice Cream Sandwich"; API level 14)
  • 29.80 euro + m3 euro + a1 euro + s2 euro for version 4.0.3 and 4.0.4 ("Ice Cream Sandwich MR1"; API level 15)
  • 29.80 euro + m4 euro + a1 euro + s2 euro + p1 euro + 2.60 euro for network bandwidth management (0,30 euro; has to be seen with StrictMode of versions 2.3–2.3.2 and Preferred Network Offload of version 3.1), Android Beam (1.00 euro; potentially has to be balanced with MultiWLAN), Wi-Fi Direct service discovery (0.50 euro; has to be seen with portable Wi-Fi hotspot of verisons 2.2–2.2.3, full Wi-Fi networking of version 3.1, and balanced with Full Wi-Fi), accessibility service with logical semantic structure for a more useful interaction model (ix.00 euro; has to be balanced with M³UI;), Multiple input devices framework (mx euro; has to be balanced with OntoScope respectively M³UI;), authentication services (0,30 euro), Proactive Intelligent Personal Assistant (PIPA; px euro; has to be merged with old license model), semantic data model (px euro; has to be merged with old license model), and overall platform composition (2.60 euro) of version 4.1 ("Jelly Bean"; API level 16)
  • 32.40 euro + m4 euro + a1 euro + s2 euro + p1 euro + 8.50 euro for Renderscript Compute with Directed Acyclic Graph (DAG; 1.50 euro; has to be balanced with OntoBot), Filterscript (0.50 euro; has to be seen with Renderscript of version 3.0 and Renderscript Compute of this version), SELinux (0.00 euro), vector-based maps (0.00 euro; has to be balanced with M³UI;), Photo Sphere with eXtensible Metadata Platform (XMP; 3.00 euro; has to be balanced with M³UI;, OntoScope, and OntoFS), wireless display (1.00 euro; has to be seen with portable Wi-Fi hotspot of verisons 2.2–2.2.3, full Wi-Fi networking of version 3.1, Wi-Fi Direct service discovery of version 4.1, and balanced with Full Wi-Fi and and Qixel), Always-on VPN (0.00 euro), and overall platform composition (2.50 euro) of version 4.2 ("Jelly Bean MR1"; API level 17)

    We are sure that the final fees calculated so far will be much lower, because some items seem to be accounted too high or even twice, and the costs of marketing and distribution vs. app(lication) store and other points have to be balanced. So take already 45% only.

    Style of Speed Website update
    We have a new application for our Active Sensors, specifically the Active Camera, and networks of different or equal sensors, that is the turning assistant, which is able to recognize moving objects coming from the sides, ahead, behind, and warns the driver if the road is not clear as well as supports the driver by giving helpful signs if the road seems to be clear for example.


    19.July.2013
    Further steps
    After we sketched roughly a nonbinding license model for our operating system platforms like OntoLix and OntoLinux (see the Further steps of yesterday) we have to harmonize it in several steps:

  • In a first step we have to decide what is a feature of the operating system platform and what is a custom feature added by a manufacturer.
  • In a second step we have to decide if a single feature has to be charged seperately or as part of the overall system architecture/composition.
  • In a third step we will overwork the old license model presented in the last weeks and merge it with the new additional license model.
  • In a fourth step we balance the license fees for the software with the license fees of the hardware respectively their descriptions.
  • In a sixth step we have to decide if a feature has lost its novelty and how much this lowers the related accounting.


    20.July.2013
    Comment of the Day
    e-duo™
    Tangible dream™
    Idol user interface™
    Role model user interface™
    Fun Rush™
    Sharp Rush™
    Bold Rush™
    Feral Rush™
    Fierce Rush™
    Wild Rush™
    Electric Fun™
    Electric Sharp™
    Electric Bold™
    Electric Riot™
    Electric Rush™
    Electric Feral™
    Electric Fierce™
    Electric Wild™
    Pure Fun™
    Pure Bold™
    Pure Sharp™
    Pure Fierce™
    Pure Feral™
    Pure Riot™
    Pure Rush™
    Pure Wild™
    Double Bold™
    Double Sharp™
    Double Fierce™
    Double Feral™
    Double Riot™
    Double Rush™
    Double Wild™
    2:)™ 2:P™ 2:O™ 2:D™ 2:>™
    =6)™ =:)™ =:P™ =:O™ =:D™ =:>™
    =7)™ =;)™ =;P™ =;O™ =;D™ =;>™

    intelliTablet Further steps One Tablet Per Child (OTPC) and One Pad Per Child (OPPC/OP²C) #13
    We would like to mention what a clone of our XOX Tablet and XOX Pad series does not have actually (see the Further steps One Tablet Per Child (OTPC) and One Pad Per Child (OPPC/OP²C) #8 of the 14th of January 2013 and #12 of the 11th of March 2013):

  • accumulator dock,
  • keyboard dock without or with accumulator,
  • digital pen/stylus, and
  • 2D, 3D, true 3D tangible, dream, and idol/role model user interface framework.

    Besides this, our Sugar Blend is based on the OntoBlender that inte- grates a complete creative suite with environments for modeling, programming, animating, and executing in Mixed Reality (MR), inclusive Collaborative Augmented Realtiy (CAR) and Collaborative Virtual Reality (CVR), and also a Problem Solving Environment (PSE) and Scientific Computing Environment (SCE) for e.g. physics, biology, and chemistry (see also the Image of the Day of the 9th of May 2009 and the Ontoscope Further steps 16th of February 2013).

    Furthermore, we have new dreams, idols, and role models for the original, unique tangible dream user interface.
    intelliTablet One Tablet Per Child (OTPC) and One Pad Per Child (OPPC/OP²C) and Lego® Minifigures
    © Lego, OntoLinux, and intelliTablet

    How cool is that?
    Also, the Muppets Lego minifigures have been designed by several persons.

    Last but not least, we also have now the new and exclusive 3D Oyo Sportstoys minifigure with moving underarms and shin bones that we will integrate with the minifigures of Lego even further and also with the minimates of Art Asylum, as well as with individual branding e.g. for schools, inclusive mascots (see the Further steps One Tablet Per Child (OTPC) and One Pad Per Child (OPPC/OP²C) #7 of the 14th of January 2013).

    Ontologics ∧ Oyo Minifigures with Moving Underarms and Shin Bones
    © Lego, Oyo Sportstoys, OntoLinux, and intelliTablet

    The Figure, The Myth, The Legend

    Style of Speed Website update
    We are working at a technology that generally is not so new, but with our Active Components has been renewed again in a specific way and coined by us as e-duo reflecting e-quattro. Obviously, the letter e denotes an electric drivetrain while the term duo already points to vehicles with two wheels like bicycles and motorcycles with an electric motor attached to each wheel.

    Furthermore, we are working on our existing motorcycle model series by adding new models or new compositions of existing models, and restructing the series slightly if needed, as well as on our new model series that are the Progressive line with either V engines, inline eng- ines, or electirc motors as part of hybrid or pure electric drivetrains, and girder, Hossack, Fior, and Stroetmann, as wells swingarm based front suspensions, as usual for SOS.

    So far, we have structed the motorcycle section further and select- ed the following designs and components already:

  • Modern Custom design with V engine and
    • swingarms (model series #4)
    • girder, Hossack, Fior, or Stroetmann fork (model series #5)
      • Ducati Monster with GTron or Panigale with Hossack, Fior, or Stroetmann fork, and Aprilia FV2 1200 and Sachs Beast style (see image below)
      • Ducati SOS with single-sided SOS fork (see image below)
  • Modern Custom design with inline engine and
    • swingarms
      • (MA or D) Daryl Tearne and Nicolas Petit (shown in the Further steps of the 6th of July 2013)
    • girder, Hossack, Fior, or Stroetmann fork
      • Bayerische Motorenwerke K series with LoRider style and GTron
      • Honda CBR 1000
  • Modern Minimalistic design with V engine and
    • swingarms:
    • girder, Hossack, Fior, or Stroetmann fork:
  • Modern Minimalistic design with inline engine and
    • swingarms:
    • girder, Hossack, Fior, or Stroetmann fork:
      • Bayerische Motorenwerke F800(S) engine (belt drive) with Hossack, Fior, Duolever, or Stroetmann fork and GTron
  • Progessive design with V engine and
    • swingarms
    • girder or Hossack fork:
      • (HD) Confederate Motorcycles Renovatio with GTron
  • Progessive design with inline engine and
    • swingarms
    • girder, Hossack, Fior, or Stroetmann fork
  • Progessive design with electric drivetrain and swingarms
    • Rober Slade Double Feral (shown in the Further steps of the 7th of July 2013)
    • Wahnsinn
    • Vincent Montreuil, Charles Edouard Berche, Arik Schwarz, and Benoit Czyz HP Kunst
    • (H) Forsgren Tron
    • Nicolas Petit Bul-B and Pill
  • Progessive design with electric drivetrain and girder, Hossack, Fior, or Stroetmann fork
    • (H) Niko Albertus and Andre Federico Look and Honda Oree with girder fork
    • Vincent Montreuil H2 with Hossack, Fior, Bayerische Motorenwerke Doulever, or Stroetmann
    • Gauss

    Besides this, we have a bunch of logos and names for the models like for example:
    Fun Rush, Sharp Rush, Bold Rush, Fierce Rush, Feral Rush, Wild Rush,
    Electric Fun, Electric Sharp, Electric Bold, Electric Fierce, Electric Feral, Electric Wild, Electric Riot, Electric Rush,
    Pure Fun, Pure Bold, Pure Sharp, Pure Wild, Pure Fierce, Pure Feral, Pure Riot, Pure Rush,
    Double Fun, Double Bold, Double Sharp, Double Wild, Double Fierce, Double Feral, Double Riot, Double Rush,
    2:), 2:P, 2:O, 2:P, 2:>,
    =6), =:), =:P, =:O, =:D, =:>, and
    =7), =;), =;P, =;O, =;D, =;>.

    Apriliy
    Ducati → Krax Moto with Single-sided Stroetmann Fork
    © Ducati, Aprilia, Krax Moto, and Style of Speed

    Any questions, any wishes, any dreams?

    Investigations::Multimedia

  • One Laptop per Child Foundation and Association: The foundation has finally started to sell our XOX Tablet at Walmart. It also set up an own webpage for the related learing environment on which we found statements like "Build your dreams", which we said in the Investigations::Car #114 of the 2nd of June 2009, though it was related with Style of Speed and a manufacturer of automobiles on the one hand, but on the other hand this statement is also related with OntoLix and OntoLinux as well as with our original, unique tang- ible user interface with block-style figures, like the Lego® and Kre-O minifigures for example, the related Lego® metaphor, and the Calib- er/Calibre approach that let user build their dreams and that we use for our One Tablet Per Child and One Pad Per Child (see for example the Investigations::Multimedia XO Tablet Computer Special of the 11th January 2013, 30th of June 2013, and 15th of June 2013). We also found out that its learning environment features now a "multi- lingual user interface", which again was copied from our Multilingual Multimodal Multimedia User Interface (M³UI), as we could prove as well in the Investigations::Multimedia Android Special of the 8th of July 20138th of July 2013. And last but not least, on the webpage of the learning environment a different tablet computer is shown, which is similar to our XOX Tablet (see the intelliTablet Further steps One Tablet Per Child (OTPC) and One Pad Per Child (OPPC/OP²C) #8 of the 14th of January 2013 and also #13 of today above), but on the related webpage of the retail corporation the version of the tablet computer with the WLAN antenna ring is advertised that was pres- ented at a large consumer el- ectronics exhibition held in January for confusing the public further. Obviously, it want to cover and hence block us in this way as well.
    The OLPC association has done nothing in both cases all the years despite some other defrauding actings and only after we have started the intelliTablet Further steps One Tablet Per Child (OTPC) and One Pad Per Child (OPPC/OP²C) #1 on the 17th of July 2012 it came up with our concepts of the XO-4 Touch and the XO Tablet. Obviously, it only laid in wait for our next steps to copy them in a very nasty way as well.


    21.July.2013
    Comment of the Day
    "Playing with the cushion"
    "Spiel über Bande"


    22.July.2013
    Comment of the Day
    VitaCore™
    Vitakern™
    VitaScout™

    Ontonics Website update
    In the description of our FitWatch we mentioned explicitly the Elec- troCardioGraphy (ECG) procedure as an example on the one hand and the VitaWatch on the other hand. The latter connection was already given by the extension of the HeartWatch with the Fit- Watch, as mentioned in the description of the HeartWatch, and with the VitaWatch, as mentioned in its description, but also by the over- all SmartWatch system architecture.

    In the description of our VitaWatch we made as well implicit inform- ation explicit by giving common sense examples of vital signs that can be measured besides the oxygen saturation of hemoglobin by the pulse oximetry, specifically by the Saturation of peripheral Oxygen (SpO2) measurement method with the percutaneous/trans- cutaneous photosensor of the HeartWatch, and even by the elec- trocardiograph-synchronized pulse oximetry with the related feature of the FitWatch, which extends the HeartWatch.

    Furthermore, we made explicit that our HeartWatch can be extended with our VitaWatch, as said in the description of the latter one.

    Because an entity has copied an original and unique medical device core of our specific variants of the VitaWatch, VitaEyewear, Vita- Earwear, and VitaWear, we made it a project of its own called:

  • VitaCore

    and simply based its description on the SmartWatch variant that is based on our VitaWatch, which extends the HeartWatch with its extension of the FitWatch, and the combination with the WebWatch and the Med!Watch, as well as with the integration of the concept of the Med!Mobile.

    In a following step we could simply made a link to our VitaCore in the descriptions of our VitaEyewear, VitaEarwear, and VitaWear instead of repeating all details.

    And, we also gave examples of network technologies in the descript- ion of our WebWatch with Bluetooth, Full Wi-Fi, and MultiWLAN.

    Style of Speed Further steps
    We have constructed a suspension system for motorcycles that consists of a Fior front suspension with pull rod and a SOS telescop- ic element between the steering head and the fork instead of the common hinge, which is similar to a small telescopic fork and might have a damping function as well depending on the specific version, and a Britten rear suspension. In this we have both shock absorbers detached from the moving elements with pull rods, and placed them at one position, so that we can connect them with an additional gas or oil reservoir, a bar, a third shock absorber, and an Active Suspens- ion system, as done with suspensions of automobiles.

    We are also thinking about the possibilities to either change the girder fork and the rear suspension of the motorcycle model #;> (Wild Riot) with the suspension system described above or to created a second version respectively model.

    Investigations::Multimedia
    Singularity University: Again we could convict the instute founded and sponsored by the companies Google, Nokia, Autodesk, IDEO, LinkedIn, ePlanet Capital, the X Prize Foundation, the Kauffman Foundation, and Genentech, and supported by the National Aero- nautics and Space Administration (NASA) of taking an intellectual property of us (for further cases see also the case of Singularity Institute for Artificial Intelligence, Novamente, and Google→OpenCog in the Investigations::AI and Knowledge management of the 19th of August 2009 and the case of the company Matternet in the Invest- igations::Robotics of the 15th of June 2013). This time it has taken a specific SmartWatch variant that is based on our VitaWatch, which extends the HeartWatch with its extensions of the FitWatch and the WebWatch, specifically with the inlcuded Bluetooth Personal Area Network (PAN) technology, and its combination with the Med!Watch, as described in the single descriptions and also by our overall Smart- Watch architecture, removed the optional display and strap only, and is advertising the resulting medical device (called now VitaScout by us) as its "first-medical-Tricorder", which in fact is not such a device seen from the technical as well as the legal points of view, obviously (see also the Originals of the 21st of November 2008, the Ontoscope Announcement of the 8th of September 2009, the case of the joint venture of Qualcomm and X Prize Foundation in the In- vestigations::AI and Knowledge management, Multimedia and Robot- ics of the 16th of May 2011 and the related Clarification of the 13th of January 2012, the case of Peter Jansen in the Investigations:: Multimedia of the 16th of April 2012, as well as the case of the sub- sidiary Google→Motorola in the Investigations::Multimedia of the 22nd of December 2012). Furthermore, the SmartWatch and the Med!Watch, which is connected with our Bod•E and belongs to the mobile devices mentioned in the description of the Med!Mobile con- cept, are also linked on the one hand with the operating system platforms OntoLix and OntoLinux, and hence with the OntoL4 soft- ware component and the real-time version of our operating systems, and on the other hand with robotics. These features are reflected by the clone of the VitaScout as well with the connections to Google's operating system platform for mobile devices called Android, as it could be seen with Android's support of the Bluetooth Health Device Profile (HDP; see also the Investigations::Multimedia Android Special of the 8th of July 2013), and to Apple's operating system iOS, as well with the utilization of a Real-Time Operating System (RTOS) platform, which is also used with the Mars rover Curiosity mentioned in the project description, and the rover's sample analysis system. These latter facts seem to be evidences that our Bod•E technology, our OntoL4 software component, and our real-time version of our operating system platform are already focused and hence we guess that they will be copied in the next future by the responsible entities behind the VitaScout clone. The same seems to be the case with our complete Ontoscope based Tricorder concept (see also the Ontonics, OntoLab, and Ontoscope Further steps of the 5th of June 2012 and again the links given above) and the related application of our operating system platforms OntoLix and OntoLinux.
    With the clone of the special variant of our VitaWatch without dis- play respectively of our VitaScout it went to a crowdfunding internet service and raised 1,664,599 U.S. dollar, which at least seen from a formal point of view seems not to be quite legal, because for getting the monetary support it took our copyrighted work, mislead the pub- lic, and infringed the General Rules of Use" of the service, specifically the rule "Ensure you [...] do not otherwise infringe the Intellectual Property Rights of others. [...] "Intellectual Property Rights” mean all worldwide rights in patents, trademarks, service marks, copyrights, trade secrets, publicity, goodwill and all other intellectual property rights as may now exist or hereafter come into existence, and all derivatives, applications therefore and registrations, renewals and extensions thereof."

    In this conjunction it does not surprise as well, that Yves Behar is again part of a team, which is directly connected with the company Google and which has taken our intellectual properties, as in the cases of the One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) project (see his cases in the Investigations::Multimedia of the 7th of January 2010, 16th of August 2012 and also the case of the One Laptop Per Child Associ- ation in the same investigations).

    The license fee for each mobile device Scanadu Scout (estimated around 10 euro) will be presented in the next future.


    23.July.2013
    Comment of the Day
    MediCore™
    Medikern™
    MediScout™
    Med!Core™
    Med!kern™
    Med!Scout™
    SmartCore™
    HeartCore™
    VitaCore™
    FitCore™

    Ontonics Website update
    In the description of our FitEyewear we mentioned explicitly the El- ectroCardioGraphy (ECG) procedure as an example on the one hand and the VitaEyewear on the other hand. The latter connection was already given by the reference of the FitEyewear in the description of our HeartEyewear that again was referenced in the description of our VitaEyewear, and also by the overall SmartEyewear system arch- itecture.
    The same was done with the FitEarwear and the Fitwear by refer- encing the related SmartEarwear and SmartWear.

    Furthermore, we made explicit that our HeartEyewear can be ext- ended with our VitaEyewear, as said in the description of the latter one.
    The same was done with the HeartEarwear by referencing the relat- ed VitaEarwear.

    And also, we gave examples of network technologies in the descript- ions of our WebEyewear, WebEarwear, and WebWear with Bluetooth, Full Wi-Fi, and MultiWLAN.

    In the description of our VitaCore and VitaWatch we missed to make the implicit information explicit that they can also measure emotional states, like pleasure, sorrow, and stress for example, by the related features of the FitWatch and the Med!Watch, and the connection of the Ontologic System (OS) architecture and the related operating system platforms OntoLix and OntoLinux to the Emotion Machine Architecture. We also made the integration with our multimedia ste- thoscope an optional improvement in relation with the VitaWatch and an extension in relation with our VitaCore.

    We added the new project called:

  • Med!Core

    to the Innovation-Pipeline that was mentioned in the Investigation ::Multimedia of the 22nd of July 2013 already (yesterday).

    We also added the new project called:

  • Med!Wear.

    We mentioned the Med!Core at the appropriate positions in the descriptions of our VitaCore, as well as Med!Watch, Med!Eyewear, Med!Earwear, and Med!Wear.

    We added to the description of the Med!Mobile concept the Univers- al Serial Bus (USB) technology, and linked it and the SD card based technology with the Bod•E technology. We also added the smart watches as a further example for a mobile devices, that can be transformed to a medical device in this way, and mentioned the VitaCore and Med!Core as well as the 21st Century Health Care Card.

    We also expanded the Bod•E technology to a general technology that also works on the micro scale. In addition, it is not solely based on plug-in modules anymore, so that the lab-on-chip modules can also be used with integrated circuits, as they are on Secure Digital (SD) cards and Universal Serial Bus (USB) sticks as well. We also named smart watches and the Med!Scout as further examples of devices that can be extended with plug-in modules and linked the 21st Century Health Care Card, which is an USB stick that already uses the same lab-on-chip elements.


    24.July.2013
    Comment of the Day
    SmartCaliber™
    SmartCalibre™
    HeartCaliber™
    HeartCalibre™
    VitaCaliber™
    VitaCalibre™
    FitCaliber™
    FitCalibre™
    MediCaliber™
    MediCalibre™
    Med!Caliber™
    Med!Calibre™
    SmartModule™
    HeartModule™
    VitaModule™
    FitModule™
    HeartScout™
    FitScout™
    Core™
    Caliber™
    Calibre™
    Module™
    Scout™

    Ontonics Website update
    For easier handling and higher flexibility in relation with combinations of our mobile device systems like the SmartWatch system we added the new projects called:

  • HeartCore and
  • FitCore,

    which are virtually the HeartWatch and the FitWatch without a display, like the HeartScout and the FitScout.

    In a subsequent step we mentioned the HeartCore and the FitCore in the description of the VitaCore.

    Investigations::Aeronautics and Space

  • Terrafugia: For sure, we waited only for the day that the company steals the intellectual property related with our Personal Aerial Veh- icles (PAVs). In detail, as an reaction on our publications about our Powered Lift Aircrafts and Autocopters it has presented a "vision" of a new flying car as part of its main business activity, which is only usual stupid marketing based on informations given by other corpor- ations. We quote from the related webpage: "[...] practical realizat- ion of the dream of countless visions of the future [...]", "[...] long- sought-after vision [...] [Let us laugh a round: Its vision of a new flying car is our original, unique concept of a "plug-in hybrid electric flying car with fly-by-wire vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL) cap- abilities" and the shown concept vehicle is only a cross of our model Sky Fun with features of the "Big Osprey" like the folding rotors and our other models like the C1 and a unique ducted fan at the rear which points to the Hawk 333.]", "[...] safety, simplicity, and conve- nience of personal transportation [...] [We have alone 5 points on the webpage of our Sky Fun that begin with "Safe ...". Besides this, we have the on-board computer with MultiMode vehicle control and infotainment systems, inclusive Hyper Connectivity.]", "[...] auto- land [...] [This is a feature of our MultiMode vehicle control system in the autonomous flight mode.]", "[...] controlled in a manner similar to steering a car [...] [Again, this points to our concept, because we have thrown away the yoke and added a high-performance on- board computer with the MultiMode intelligent vehicle control, so that everybody can fly with our PAVs.]", "[...] able to fly in either "manual" or "automatic" modes [...] [And the next evidence of the copyright infringement, because these are two of the three modes of our MultiMode Intelligent Vehicle Control obviously. The third mode is remote control by the way.]", "[...] new dimension of personal freedom [...] [This is the next marketing lie, because we publicated our model Sky :) (Sky Fun) with the Style of Speed Website update of the 5th of February 2010.]", "The final pricing will not be set until we are much closer to delivery. [Let us laugh again. In an interview the founder said that the first delivery could be in 12 years, may- be.]", "[...] higher costs of the enabling light-weight materials [...] [Meant is to take carbon fiber for the body as well, as we showed as well with many of our PAV models. And guess why we showed the 1 Liter car of Volkswagen on the webpage of our Sky :) (Sky Fun)? Because it is made out of carbon fiber.]", "[...] fixed wing street-leg- al aircraft with electric ground drive and electric power assist on takeoff and landing [...] recharge its batteries either from its engine or by plugging in to electric car charging stations [...] [This concept of a hybrid propulsion for a flying car has been stolen from our web- pages. True leadership looks different like Style of Speed.]", and "[...] fun to fly, drive [...] [Fun to Fly™ (we missed to add it on our disclaimer webpage at first, so see the case of the National Aero- nautics and Space Administration in the Investigations::Avionics and Aerospace of the 5th of May 2010) and "Fun to drive™"; see again the webpage of our Sky :) (Sky Fun)]".
    All these quoted points were not on its website before we publicated our website. To prove this we made a copy of its website, which was analyzed and documented with the case of the company in the Investigations::Aeronautics and Space on the 31st of January 2012. Besides this, its new concept vehicle is nonsense, because the two tiltrotors must be dimensioned larger than normally for the VTOL capability due to the additional weight of the ducted fan, which is totally obsolete in that case due to such large tiltrotors that are by far enough for horizontal flight, and we do not know for what the nonsense with the landing zones should be good. Our vehicles simply land safely at every place where sufficient space is. Also, its real model Transition will be delivered in 2015, maybe or even not at all. To give such a bad show one time is already enough, but a second time clearly shows what is going on only in such a booth.


    25.July.2013
    Comment of the Day
    "'Inspiration' and 'reference' are fine in themselves, but there is a line between copying ideas and copying the original expression of ideas which is often a difficult one to draw.", [Charles Swan, comment to the case Temple Island Collection vs. New English Teas, 2012]

    Pictures of the Day
    Temple Island Collection vs. New English Teas Red Bus (2012)
    Temple Island Collection vs. New English Teas Red Bus

    Temple Island Collection vs. New English Teas Red Bus

    © Temple Island Collection

    Though the images are not identical, the judge ruled that Temple Island Collection's composition of the image, to include such features as the visual contrast of the bright red bus and the monochrome Palace of Westminster, were the photographer's intellectual creation, which makes up the unique, characteristic, and original expression of the work. Indeed, the judge himself has admitted that he found it a difficult question, but in the end he decided that a substantial part of Temple Island Collection's photograph had been reproduced in New English Teas' photograph. His ruling came down to the two main factors: Firstly, New English Teas was familiar with the image prod- uced by Temple Island Collection. And secondly, New English Teas' photograph was in fact a digitally composited photo, made up of 3 images, which proved the act of copying the original expression:
    "The whole point of this case is that Mr. Houghton and his company [New English Teas] wish lawfully to produce an image which does bear some resemblance to the claimant's work. The inference that I draw is that Mr. Houghton sought out this other material after he had decided to produce an image similar to the claimant's. He found examples of common elements in various different places. That does not avoid a causal link. If Mr. Houghton had seen Mr. Fielder's image, decided he wanted to use a similar one, found the Rodriguez or Getty photographs and put one of those on his boxes of tea, there would be no question of infringement.", Judge Birss. The informations were publicated on the website of the photo magazine Amateur Pho- tographer.
    See the complete verdict in the case of Temple Island Collection vs. New English Teas Red Bus and also the webpage about Jeff Koons and Copyright Infringement.

    Now we substitute image with Ontologic System or operating syst- em, Mr. Houghton and New English Teas with e.g. Google, claimant and Mr. Fielder with C.S., and work with OntoLix respectively Onto- Linux:
    "The whole point of this case is that Google wish lawfully to produce an Ontologic System which does bear some resemblance to C.S.' OntoLinux. The inference that I draw is that Google sought out this other material after it had decided to produce an Ontologic System similar to the C.S'. It found examples of common elements and also bought (defrauding) companies in various different places. That does not avoid a causal link. If Google had seen C.S.' Ontologic System OntoLinux, decided it wanted to use a similar one, found some Onto- logic Systems and took one of those for its composition of Android with the Google services, there would be no question of infringe- ment." The same could be said by taking only an operating system instead of an Ontologic System, because the similarities between OntoLinux and Android taken alone are already enough (see also the case of the company Google in the Investigations::Multimedia, AI and Knowledge management of the 30th of April 2013 the Invest- igations::Multimedia Android Special of the 8th of July 2013, and the Clarification of the 4th of May 2013). The court has reiterated the established legal standard that copyright infringement does not re- quire literal identical copying of every detail and that small changes here and there are unavailing. Even the opposite direction holds as well, because a quantitatively small amount of copying can be an infringement, if it copies a qualitatively important part of the original work. Specifically the latter holds for Apple's iOS with Siri (see its case in Investigations::Multimedia of the 5th of October 2011 and the whole Investigations::Multimedia of the 12th of June 2012 and of the 30th of April 2013, and again the Clarification of the 4th of May 2013), but also for General Electric's Semantic Application De- sign Language (SADL; see its cases in the Investigations::Multime- dia, and AI and Knowledge management of the 6th and 17th of May 2013), many research projects funded by for example the European Comission in the field of semantic computing (see for example its case in the Investigations::Multimedia, AI and Knowledge man- agement of the 3rd of October 2012), and Microsoft's operting syst- em platform of the Xbox One (see its case in the Investigations:: Multimedia of the 23rd of May 2013) as well as most potentially for the newer versions of Windows with Bing and Wolfram Alpha (see their cases in the Investigations::Multimedia 11th of August 2010).

    And because it is such a fun we do the substitution again but now with smartphone, Samsung, C.S. and Ontoscope:
    "The whole point of this case is that Samsung wish lawfully to prod- uce a smartphone which does bear some resemblance to C.S.' Onto- scope. The inference that I draw is that Samsung sought out this other material after it had decided to produce a smartphone similar to the C.S'. It found examples of common elements and bought some (defrauding) companies in various different places. That does not avoid a causal link. If Samsung had seen C.S.' Ontoscope, decided it wanted to use a similar one, found some smartphones and took one of those for its Galaxy S3 and S4 and other mobile devices, there would be no question of infringement." For sure, the same holds for some features of Apple's iPhone 5 and surely will hold for its up- coming iPhone 6 that gets our full-fledged MobileKinetic User Int- erface (MKUI) as well.

    Other exmples are Nintendo with its Gameboy 3DS, Daimler, Volkswa- gen, and already now, sooner or later for the other manufacturers as well with their automotive computing systems, specifically systems like our distributed computing architecture, integrated data archit- ecture and data fusion, AutoSemantic, Active Components, Hyper Connectivity, and so on. For sure, the same holds for institutes, uni- versities, and all other entities. As we said, they all thought there would be a gap in the copyright law but in fact they only followed an illusion and saw a legal loophole that never existed. There is no World Wild Web anymore and surely no Wild West too.
    All the mentioned arguments are by far not all what protects our intellectual properties.

    Style of Speed Website update
    We added to the webpage of the Integrated Data Architecture and Data Fusion the OntoL4 component.


    26.July.2013
    Ontonics Website update
    Due to formal reasons only we added:

  • OntoL4,
  • OntoLix and OntoLinux

    to the Innovation-Pipeline.

    Style of Speed Further steps 23:59 CET
    Already some months ago, we have designed propulsion systems of the types pure combustion and hybrid for our Powered Lift Aircrafts and Autocopters with Gas Turbo engine (GTron) technology.


    27.July.2013
    Comment of the Day
    Autopav™

    Style of Speed Website update
    We added to the webpages of our Powered Lift Aircraft models Sky :) (Sky Fun) and Sky :D (Sky Big Fun) the basic specification as it could be seen on the webpages of the Hawk 333 and Z :) (Z Fun).


    28.July.2013
    Comment of the Day #1
    OntoSocial™
    Meta fiber™
    Meta fibre™
    Concrete fiber™
    Concrete fibre™
    Concrete nanofiber™
    Concrete nanofibre™
    Fibermix™
    Fibremix™
    Glass concrete™
    Carbon concrete™
    Graphene concrete™
    Nano concrete™
    Meta concrete™
    Rush Riot™
    Riot Rush™
    Rage Riot™
    Rage Rush™
    Fun Rage™
    Sharp Rage™
    Bold Rage™
    Rush Rage™
    Riot Rage™
    Feral Rage™
    Fierce Rage™
    Wild Rage™
    Electric Rage™
    Pure Rage™
    Double Rage™
    Fun Beauty™
    Sharp Beauty™
    Bold Beauty™
    Riot Beauty™
    Rush Beauty™
    Rage Beauty™
    Feral Beauty™
    Fierce Beauty™
    Wild Beauty™
    Fun Beast™
    Sharp Beast™
    Bold Beast™
    Riot Beast™
    Rush Beast™
    Rage Beast™
    Feral Beast™
    Fierce Beast™
    Wild Beast™
    Mega Fun™
    Mega Sharp™
    Mega Bold™
    Mega Riot™
    Mega Rush™
    Mega Rage™
    Mega Feral™
    Mega Fierce™
    Mega Wild™
    Hyper Fun ™
    Hyper Sharp™
    Hyper Bold™
    Hyper Riot™
    Hyper Rush™
    Hyper Rage™
    Hyper Feral™
    Hyper Fierce™
    Hyper Wild™
    Ultra Fun ™
    Ultra Sharp™
    Ultra Bold™
    Ultra Riot™
    Ultra Rush™
    Ultra Rage™
    Ultra Feral™
    Ultra Fierce™
    Ultra Wild™
    ~:™ ~:)™ ~:O™ ~:P™ ~:D™ ~:>™
    ~;™ ~;)™ ~;O™ ~;P™ ~;D™ ~;>™
    ≈:™ ≈:)™ ≈:O™ ≈:P™ ≈:D™ ≈:>™
    ≈;™ ≈;)™ ≈;O™ ≈;P™ ≈;D™ ≈;>™
    »:™ »:)™ »:O™ »:P™ »:D™ »:>™
    »;™ »;)™ »;O™ »;P™ »;D™ »;>™

    Comment of the Day #2
    "I live in a place
    of fantasy,
    so keep your world
    away from me.
    I see what I want,
    I want what I see
    and that is all
    okay for me.", [Iztah C. Kret II]

    Ontonics Website update
    We simply put some of our concepts and techniques together for the new project:

  • OntoSocial.

    There's not a problem that we can't fix
    'Cause we can do it in the mix.
    Said this, we started our new section called:

  • Concrete Fiber Mix (Fibermix),

    which includes as the first Fibermixes:

  • Glass Concrete/Glass Fibermix
  • Carbon Concrete/Carbon Fibermix
  • Graphene Concrete/Graphene Fibermix, and
  • Metafiber Concrete/MetaFibermix.

    And while we were already there we also added:

  • NanoConcrete.


    29.July.2013
    Comment of the Day
    CycleBrain™
    AircraftBrain™
    ShipBrain™
    GPSCore™
    GPS Scout™
    GPSWatch™
    GPSEyewear™
    GPSEarwear™
    GPSWear™
    NaviCore™
    NaviScout™
    NaviWatch™
    NaviEyewear™
    NaviEarwear™
    NaviWear™
    Nav!Core™
    Nav!Scout™
    Nav!Watch™
    Nav!Eyewear™
    Nav!Earwear™
    Nav!Wear™
    =B™ =B)™ =BO™ =BP™ =BD™ =B>™
    =8™ =8)™ =8O™=8P™ =8D™ =8>™
    ~B™ ~B)™ ~BO™ ~BP™ ~BD™ ~B>™
    ~8™ ~8)™ ~8O™ ~8P™ ~8D™ ~8>™
    ≈B™ ≈B)™ ≈BO™ ≈BP™ ≈BD™ ≈B>™
    ≈8™ ≈8)™ ≈8O™ ≈8P™ ≈8D™ ≈8>™
    »B™ »B)™ »BO™ »BP™ »BD™ »B>™
    »8™ »8)™ »8O™ »8P™ »8D™ »8>™

    Ontonics Website update
    We added the new project:

  • GPSCore.

    We also added to our mobile device systems SmartWatch, SmartEye- wear, SmartEarwear, and SmartWear the new watches and wears:

  • GPSWatch,
  • GPSEyewear,
  • GPSEarwear, and
  • GPSWear,

    which use our GPSCore.

    Style of Speed Website update
    We replaced the sketch shown on the webpage of our model #:> (Wild Fun) with the design study called Chestbuster by Xeno that we have slightly overworked already (fork erased, rear damper shortened, seat lowered, and edge of the tank leveled). The replaced sketch will be shown again in relation with one of our new models.

    Style of Speed Further steps
    For sure, we are also looking at conversions of motorcycles by the marque Buell as shown by Xeno with his other extremely cool design study Vindicator, which would fit with the models #;> (Wild Riot) and a third model besides the model #:> (Wild Fun), which then would get a Hossack fork.

    Investigations::Motorbike #1

  • Sbay Motor Company: Like the motorcycle builder SE Service (see its case in the Investigations::Motorbike #1 of the 28th of June 2009 and the related case of the manufacturer Bayerische Motoren- werke in the Investigations::Motorbike #4 of the 23rd of August 2009) it did the worst that can be done in the field of custom mot- orcycles: It has stolen a concept for a motorcycle, this time from us, built the motorcycle, and presented it as its concept for stealing our show. In detail, in the Style of Speed Further steps of the 21st of April 2012 we discussed new models based on design studies like the Bul-B by Nicolas Petit. This design study and the model Tesi by Bimota with their so-called Omega-frame and a front suspension like the Bimota Tesi features were taken together and a V engine put into the frame that is similar to a Harley Davidson engine. But this combination of such a V engine with such a front suspension is already exactly our original, unique concept shown before with our model #4) (Sharp For Fun) of the model series #4, while the whole combination including the Omega-frame belongs as well to our model series #4 and is also related with one of the new models by Style of Speed as discussed on the 21st of April 2012. Besides this, we found a menu point called "Philosophy" and had also the impression that its first motorcycle model is copying the model Wraith of the motorcycle builder Confederate Motorcycles, which clearifies the case completely at least for us. Especially for builders of custom motorcycles it must be one of the most important guiding point not to copy other motorcycle builders or otherwise they are acting in the wrong field. Convicted!!!™

    Bimota Tesi Suspension 1DMinimalistic and Modern Custom Sharp For Fun, Bimota Tesi Suspension 1D, Harley Davidson Engine, Wakan Tank; Artistical Collage (original image of Wakan motorcycle by Tomer)
    Nicolas Petit Bul-B
    Bimota Tesi Suspension 1D ∧ Style of Speed Sharp For Fun ∧ Nicolas Petit Bul-B → Sbay Motor Company Clone Omega


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    Ontonics Website update
    In the description of our Emoticon Light system we added the information that emoticons are used on webpages as well, and that in this case they are even presented as animation. We also made implicit knowledge explicit with the explanation that an Emoticon Light is based on separately activated Light-Emitting Diodes (LEDs) and LASER diodes (see also the webpage of our Active Light on the website of Style of Speed), and mentioned that it is self-evident, that arbitrary patterns with different spacial and also temporal manifestations (e.g. blinking) can be presented as well, so that further possible applications arise.

    We also added to the description of our GPSCore that it can also offer geographical data and functions of a Geographic Information System (GIS) to the other smart mobile devices.

    Furthermore, we mentioned in the descriptions of our GPSWatch, GPSEyewear, GPSEarwear, and GPSWear the development of a nutrit- ional prototcol in relation to an exemplary application. Moreover, the combination with a wireless network by the related function module of a smart device or a mobile/cell phone was added, so that in this way additional sources can be used for the determination of the position.

    Style of Speed Website update
    We updated the webpage of our AutoBrain by moving the section Learning by Doing - Learning by Driving from the webpage of our Active Shift system to it and mentioned on the webpage Active Shift that it supports the Learning by Doing - Learning by Driving mode of the AutoBrain.

    On the webpage of our Active Camera we replaced the phrase "brain like system" with AutoBrain. We also added the spherical view and made clear, that the 360°/panoramic and spherical views are also given with a network of Active Sensors like our Active Camera and related 3D image processing based on our integrated data model with data fusion.


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