Announcement Ontoscope 2.0
Besides our Ontoscope software, the Ontoscope also comes as hardware again in form of a cell phone with integrated 3-D/stereo camera.
© La collection d'appareils photo anciens par Sylvain Halgand
Comment of the Day
"After the electroscope, endoscope, gyroscope, horoscope, kalei- doscope, microscope, oscilloscope, periscope, spectroscope, stethoscope, telescope, and ... comes the Ontoscope." [Christian Stroetmann, October/November 2006]
Original vs. Inspiration, Sketches, and Sneak Preview
© Liquavista, NEC, Solovyov Design, Nokia, and others
© CBS Studios Incorporated→Star Trek
We are more than very proud to publicate the first images of the prototypical front- and backsides of the Ontoscope, which can be compared by an OntoLinux powered mobile phone with 3-D/stereo (digital) camera, Magic Eye and Active Cam technology, Artificial Intelligence, and much more inside. All of these features make the Ontoscope a revolution of mobile communication and photography, alone and integrated, by simply overcoming the fundamental limits of mobile phones and (digtial) (video) cameras. After the first Onto- scope cameras by Cornu in the last century, we unleashed the whole potentials of this vision and realized with the Ontoscope a True Masterpiece of culture and high-technology in the 21. cen- tury.
Nokia: In our last report about that company we forgot to mention that its mobile phone powered by a Linux® based operating system already has 2 LED flashlights for its camera. Also that company is trying again to steal more of our concepts by jumping on the nano devices, IRAIMENT, and Web 2.0 bandwagon.
Nokia→Navteq: The subsidiary of Nokia is active in 2 projects. One project is concerned with the taking of 3-dimensional photographs of cities worldwide. The other project wants to integrate mobile phone and navigation system into one Mobile Device, which is a concept we already started to realize 3 years ago with our OntoLinux, and the Ontoscope hard- and original Ontoscope software.
We added the pictures showing the old and new hardware of the Ontoscope.
We added new models of our worldwide unique Ontoscope, the in- tegration of mobile phone, (digital) 3-d camera, and Artificial Intel- ligence. The model Ontoscope Pro has as a feature an integrated projector, the Ontoscope K model comes with a foldout keyboard, the Ontoscope S version has an additional sensor package, and last but not least the model Ontoscope DV (Deep View) is equipped with highly performant lenses.
Moreover, by using our also worldwide unique Chassis Modul Sys- tem all features are on special request by customers combinable. In this way the top version of the Ontoscope is a Mobile Device with superior natural language processor (NLP), touch screen, fold- out keyboard, hightech lenses, Multiray sensors, projector, and for sure much more. Now the Star Trek tricorder and Apple iPhone are history, our Ontoscope the present, and the next generation Onto- scope 3.0 the future.
General: On a large exhibition for consumer electronics and related products the trend in the field of cameras followed our researches, developments, and inventions which were partly shown as features of our Ontoscope in the past. Mainly these are the applications of more sensors and methodes of the subjects Artificial Intelligence and Robotics, like object recognition and object tracing. But as we said before, the whole potential can only be released with our Hightech Operating System OntoLinux, the Ontoscope hard-, and the original Ontoscope software.
Comment of the Day
"Characteristic for the real geniuses is that they have developed their own methodes and tools."
"Kennzeichnend für die wahren Genies ist, dass sie ihre eigenen Methoden und Werkzeuge entwickelt haben."
[C.S. about his Ontoscope, Today]
Investigations Design Special
Sony Ericsson: In September 2008, those companies have taken our trademark GreenHeart, a copy of our ♥ sign combined with a Leaf as its logo, and the related concept that both signs represent environmental/eco-friendly technologies, products and processes (see our news of the 19th of February 2008). We have begun earlier to use all mentioned items for technical devices exactly in the same sense. Also, both companies haven't followed our Disclaimer. Even more worse is that the text promoting our trademark, approach, and other parts by them is putting more wrong facts in the public's mind. In the case of the company Sony we interpret it as a barter trans- action for the pictures we showed. Otherwise those companies have to stop the application of the trademark and the logo in the same way as we'll stop using their properties.
We would like to inform all market attendees that we already are using the trademarks ♥, GreenHeart, and Leaf in a technolo- gical context. Following the law in the B.R.D. and other european countries this includes engines for all-electric vehicles as well as mobile phones, Ontoscopes, and for sure many other objects and processes.
By producing our model series of our worldwide unique new type of Mobile Device Ontoscope out of renewable materials in an envi- ronmental friendly process of manufacture just right from the start we have always followed our core values, principles, and commit- ments of sustainability and eco-friendliness, which were developed and coined by us under the trademark GreenHeart and signed with the ♥ logo long before all other companies.
OntoLinux and Ontoscope Features
With our Hightech Operating System (HOS) OntoLinux there is no need to let certify an application by Apple or another company and write applications following a proprietary standard. But more inter- esting is the feature that all applications directly work together with other applications based on the most innovative and intelligent infor- mation processing concept ever realized. Other solutions, like the iPhone by the company Apple, need for everything a special app(li- cation). That means, everytime a user's need has changed another app(lication) has to be started. With our OntoLinux powered Onto- scope you automatically get all informations as needed. And this example even reaches further, because an owner of an iPhone by the company Apple or comparable screwed up mobile phones by the companies Sony Ericsson, HTC, and others easily loose control and oversight of all the applications stored on the Mobile Device. Here once and not the last time again shows our uncomparable superior solution how to solve the user's problem in the best way imaginable: Our Mobile Devices do manage all processes of the task autono- mously.
Our new and worldwide unique Ontoscope with OntoLinux is your Pure True Real Friend with a GreenHeart.
Knight's Armament Company: The company is selling an applicat- ion for a smartphone that helps to adjust the rifle scope by solving the problem of calculating the bullet flight. That doesn't only sound like our Ontoscope and OntoLinux, because it is based on the fundamental concepts of our technologies.
Google: The company officially presented its first smartphone that runs a Linux® distribution based on the Linux® kernel and includes a clone of the virtual machine for the programming language Java to avoid licenses. The name Nexus is an evidence that that company jumped on the Star Trek bandwagon and by this imitating us and our activities, especially around our OntoLinux and Ontoscope, again and as always.
Btw.: In 2003, Motorola introduced exactly the same concept as the world's first handset to combine a Linux operating system and Java technology, but only some month after we presented OntoLinux, the hypes around Mobile Devices running Linux® distributions and the new class of the netbooks really have begun.
Microsoft: We do quote: "[...] revolutionary [...]", "[...] natural hand gestures [...]", "[...] collaboratively [...]", "[...] fundamental [...]", "[...] simple gestures [...]", "[...] sees and interacts with ob- jects [...]", "[...] devices like mobile phones or cameras [...] [Or even much better, Ontoscopes.]", "[...] result is a fun, social and exciting [...]", "[...] familiar [...]", "[...] create [...]", "[...] incredibly collaborative [...]", "[...] sharing and exploring [...]", "[...] recognize different types of objects [...]", "[...] 30 [...]" and "[...] mobile de- vices [...] [You can stand on your head or do whatever you want, but: Mobile Device.]".
Rheinische Post: Exactly as predicted by us yesterday, a report was published about a large exhibition including the mention of a tablet PC that was presented by the company Microsoft. As it can be seen easily, the report is clearly related with the contents of our Investigations::Multimedia of yesterday and repeats one of the same wrong statements following the analysed report of the working pool of the broadcasters of the B.R.D. (ARD), namely that that company has gained with its presentations of tablet PCs a partial victory over the company Apple. But in fact, by one ingenious action, we, the Christian Stroetmann GmbH, achieved this victory, even in a three- fold way over Microsoft, Apple and Google, one day/two days (con- sidering the international date line) before with the official present- ation of our next Revolutionary Super Innovation of our intelli- Tablet, which can be seen in some of its top versions as a Big On- toscope. Both, the Ontoscope and intelliTablet, already have a superb design, like modern smartphones and now one of the tablet PC by Microsoft and its partners also have, and the tablet PCs by the companies Apple, Google and the other copiers will have.
The report is announced on the title page with an image of one of the said tablet PCs of the company Microsoft and its partners, and on the title page of the business section the same image is shown in a whole, of which we publicated yesterday only the middle part with one of the tablet PCs, which, again, is shown by that tab together with the here analysed report.
Also, the other yesterday investigated report of the ARD was used as a blueprint to mention other products, like a thin and flexible e-book reader by the company Plastic Logic (sounds like Ontologic), which technology was shown as an Original on the 13th of February 2008 and is built into a product of the also yesterday mentioned fur- ther company in the tablet PC market, as well as 3D related techno- logies, for sure. In relation to the 3D technologies, it stays a riddle why the technology of a mobile phone with 3D monitor is mentioned once again, because such kinds of Mobile Devices are shown since years on exhibitions and are already superseded by our revolutionary Ontoscope that is basically a mobile phone with 3D (digital) (video) camera, as well as artificial intelligence and a 3D monitor in some of its top versions.
Furthermore, we have a report about a flying robot with a (digital) (video) camera, that is controlled by and sends its records to an smartphone, which is designed like an Ontoscope or an intelliTa- blet (Big Ontoscope). Indeed, this solution is nothing else then our Flyingscope (see also the Flying Robot webpage of the Style of Speed website), but without all of our 3D features, like a 3D (digit- al) (video) camera and an optional 3D monitor.
Comment of the Day
"We don't think that a prophet or a messias would use a phone, but the Ontoscope." [C.S., Today]
National University of Singapore→Interactive Multimedia Lab: The laboratory of that university is massively stealing website contents, concepts and technologies from our websites OntoLinux and Onto- scope since more than 2 years and naturally without referencing. For example, we can see a tangible operating system (compare with the link "Tangible Media Group" in the section Multimedia on the Links to Hardware webpage, and the points "operating systems" and "mix- ed [...] reality environments" on the webpage Overview), multimodal mixed reality (see the introduction on the Components webpage with the contents "If a multimodal interface is needed, [...] Ontoscope will be used.", section Mixed Reality on the Links to Software web- page, and again the point "mixed [...] reality environments" on the webpage Overview) and stereoscopic mobile phone, which is nothing else than an attempt to copy the 2003 finalized project "3D-Palm-Computer" of the OntoLab mixed reality group and a crime to steal the Ontoscope.
Further steps 11:51 CET
Today and once again, we can be more than only proud by revealing with the next new model of our Ontoscope the ultimative Enter- tainment Device, that is based on a foldable mobile entertainment console platform. Besides the standard gaming, and music listening and making functionalities, it has as a true Ontoscopes as well a 3-D/stereo (digital) (video) camera in the case outside and by using OntoLinux Artificial Intelligence inside. A further version features even a 3-D display. The new Ontoscope model is available in 3 versions, that actually have the nickanmes "Ontoman", "Ontoscope Jr/Junior", "Ontoboy" or "Ontogirl" for the normal version and the name extending labels XL and 3-D for the versions with larger and 3-D displays, respectively.
Once again, we change everything. This time with the new version of our SuperRevolutionary Ontoscope that has now the same design like our intelliTablets (iTablets).
Apple: That only stealing company has copied the design of our tablet computers in the slate, booklet and p@d style by intelli- Tablet (iTablet). Also, the speech act "Wieder einmal==Once again" was stolen.
We really do apologize that we haven't given our readers, customers and all the only defrauding competitors an impression of how thin our Ontoscopes really are. And we do hope that our presentation of the new Ontoscope 3, the thinnest available device for communciation in the format of a mobile phone, will be taken as an excuse.
Some doodles of three different versions of our Ontoscope Nano powered by OntoLinux and Boot to Rekonq with multi-touch display, special versions with one, two or more cams at the back side and optional cam at the front side, as well as projector, wifi, bluetooth, mobile phone standards or/and further network standards, link to iCloud and many other internet services, full compatibility with our other mobile devices, and different development kits for children, hobbyists and profis, and ... so much more.
© Apple, Hewlett-Packard, Microsoft and Ontoscope
The names may change for some versions.
One Nano per Child
We have made some more doodles that are showing the Ontoscope Double Nano I, the Ontoscope Nano II and the Ontoscope Double Nano II in the slider and booklet versions. For sure, the Ontoscope Nano II has also the same features like the Ontoscope Nano I and the Ontoscope Nano One (see the Ontoscope Further steps of the 23rd of December 2011) and much more.
© Apple, Nokia and Ontoscope
The names may change for some versions depending on their features and configurations.
One Nano per Child
And we have made another sketch of the Ontoscope Nano System (see the Ontoscope Further steps of the 23rd and 25th of December 2011) showing the basic design of the Ontoscope Nano I models 3. Eye and Golden Eye.
Normally, an Ontoscope has more than one lense, but in fact the 3. Eye and Golden Eye models integrate smaller lenses in one large lens.
© Apple, Sony and Ontoscope
One Nano per Child and a 3. Eye 4 You
Yesterday, we found out that our system camera and Ontoscope series Nano with its models Nano I and Double Nano I, Nano One and Nano One V, and specifically the Nano I models 3. Eye and Golden Eye has many similar features, for example the design style of the front side, interchangeable lenses, and even the naming scheme, like a system camera series that in the September of the year 2011 the company Nokia has already presented (see also the Ontoscope Fur- ther steps of the 23rd, 25th and 28th of December 2011). With this clarification we would like to declare that we were really not aware of its system camera series and have not taken any of its intellectu- al properties while developing, designing and presenting our superior system camera and Ontoscope series Nano. Quite contrary, we were also perplexed about this pure happenstance, though we would also like to clarify that the basic concept of our system camera and On- toscope series Nano exists since around the company Sony present- ed its system camera series in the February and May of the year 2010. Furthermore, we would like to give the information, that all of our cameras and Ontoscopes are based on technology that neither the company Sony, the company Nokia nor any other company in the market of multimedia devices has. Most to mention are in this conjunction our copyrighted features of the designs with their form factors and styles, as well as the models with slider construction with a second display including touch display, or a keyboard, the count of lenses that is greater than only one for the standard vers- ions of the camera and Ontoscope models, the range of sensors of our cameras and Ontoscopes, which in general is much wider than with usual cameras and comprises all kinds of sensors, the main control that is only done by a touch display or even a multi-touch display, and in the case of our Ontoscopes the optional application of artificial intelligence and ontologics, to name just some few of our world's first innovations.
This is a serious copyright warning.
Ontoscope Announcement 15:15 CET
We are very pleased to annouce our newest Ontoscope series called Ontoscope Gbox, that is a combination of a handheld game console and a smartphone with our worldwide unique invention of using eith- er a slider or a folding mechanism so that it can be opened to the left and the right sides of a Mobile Device and not to the bottom for making the gamepad with its D-pad, action, shoulder and selection buttons, and the optinal analog sticks available. With this new dis- ruptive solution an Ontoscope Gbox features a large display and a much more ergonomic user interface maximizing in this way the gam- ing fun immensely, while still being small enough to be put into the pockets like a usual smartphone, which is not so easy or even im- possible with all the other similar Mobile Devices. Different versions feature a 3D-display based on our 3D-Palm-Computer technology, our unique MobileKinetic technology, and much more. We are also thinking about our further inventions like the possibilities to use a hinged display for more gaming comfort, like it is already done with digitial system cameras, as well as attachable remote controllers, as they are well known from stationary game consoles. All ©ed and secured by third entities, as always.
© Ontoscope and :(
The image above is only a conceptual sketch and will be beautified.
Ontonics, OntoLab, and Ontoscope Further steps 21:50 CET
We extended the basic hardware of our large range of Ontoscopes with the technology of the light-field camera, which functions like a digital camera for still photographs or/and moving video but also records the angle at which rays of light arrive. The result is not an image or a video, but a data structure, like for example a database, that contains the three-dimensional pattern of light called the light field. The technique of the light field is already used in software for 3D modelling, ray casting and ray tracing, and producing 2D and 3D animations as well as movies, and enables many other hardware and software applications by applying this fascinating new dimension in the fields of photo- and videography, like applications in the fields of science, vehicles of all kinds as well as robotics. By combining the light-field camera technology with the already given other sensor technologies of all kind of our different special Ontoscope versions an electromagnetic ray-field camera can be created that enables applications that go far beyond the ones of the visible light-field camera.
Obviously, our actings with our Ontoscope has not only motivated the Massachusetts Institute of Technology to jump on the bandwag- on of photography again (see the case of the institute in the Inve- stigations::Multimedia of the 15th of June 2009 and our Ontoscope 2.0 Further steps of the 11th of July 2009), but also the Stanford University, and most potentially much more companies and research institutes. Doubtlessly, this led in the case of the Stanford University to its spin-off Instagram, which has been bought by a social network service provider after we gave more momentum to the field of pho- tography with the creation and presentation of our additional system camera and Ontoscope series Nano (see their presentations of the 23rd, 25th, and 28th of December 2011), and to its other spin-off, which we have topped in the last two days with our new range of Ontoscope versions based on light-field and ray-field cameras, and sound-field and wave-field microphones, as well as today new sens- ors for all of them. Furthermore, another start-up has also taken up momentum in the field of photo sharing, and in its case it's also easi- ly recognizeable where the inspiration came from, because every- where the word "onto" can be found, as it could be seen before with the sign "#" in the case of a short messaging service provider.
We have seen the model N950 by the manufacturer Nokia, as we designed our Ontoscope model Nano II Slider (see the Ontoscope Further steps of the 25th of December 2011), but somehow we thought this is a prototyp shown on an exhibition only and not a model for developers of the model N9 by Nokia. Said this, we are thinking of four possibilities to handle the issue, that are:
let it go as the situation is,
take back our Nano II Slider in favour of the N950,
integrate the N950 and our Nano II Slider, or
even create a whole new model series called Ontoscope N@no, Meg@, Ultr@, or so based on the N950, our Nano II Slider, our intelliTablet I (see the intelliTablet Further steps of the 30th of December 2011), and our P@d 2.0.
For sure, all of our techniques, like Structured Time-Of-Light-Flight and Structured Time-Of-Sound-Flight, as well as our ray-field and wave-field sensors, and ray-field cameras and wave-field microphones will yield in special Ontoscope models and versions.
Ontonics, Ontoscope, and intelliTablet Announcement
We are more than only proud to announce our newest autostereo- scopic volumetric holographic displays with optional touch and multi- touch functionality for stationary and mobile devices of all kinds. These new 3D displays are based on our approach of the adaptive parallax barrier, as it was later termed by a third party, and made out of multi-levelled/layered/stacked Light-Emitting Diodes (LEDs; Org- anic Light-Emitting Diode (OLED), Passive-Matrix OLED (PMOLED), and Active-Matrix OLEDs (AMOLED)), and Light-Emitting Electro- chemical Cells (LECs).
Further steps 3:23 CEST
We are very proud to present our latest concept of the Ontoscope, which integrates the mobile phone and parionics.
Today, we are very very proud to present as well the two latest design studies that visualize our Ontoscope 3 with two additional case versions that are in the middle slightly thicker and arched with the one version rounded on the two narrow sides, and the other version rounded at all 4 sides for a very comfortable ergonomy. The new Ontoscope 3 version features as well our new Sensor Frame concept with a specialized version of our Multimodal Multimedia User Interface (M²UI), which opens specific boxes in context to the application and the position of the fingers on the frame when the user wipes over it, and in this way needs no buttons at all.
But here we do not stop today. We are also very very very proud to present our vision of our Super Smartphone and our Ontoscope 4 that is derived from the Ontoscope Gbox with its larger display in the range of 4 over 4.8 to 5.5 inch, and features our new Multi-Sensor approach, which brings all of our sensor technologies of all kinds together and comprises the buttonless Sensor Case architecture with Sensor Frame and sensor keys, the multi-touch display, the Active Camera, and all the other sensors, and in this way makes the whole Mobile Device a Multi-Sensor with Sensor Touch functionality and internal sensor network that can be used in already existing sensor networks and for building up larger sensor networks.
Besides this, we would like to show all of our design concepts once again together with the latest developments. So far we have pre- sented:
the 3D display technology with adaptive parallax barrier of our 3D-Palm-Computer developed from 1999 to 2003,
the operating system OntoLinux with full network and service computing support, Multimodal Multimedia User Interface (M²UI), full Mixed Reality (MR) support (2D, 3D, Augmented Reality (AR), and Virtual Reality (VR)), gesture control, body registering and tracking, Natural Language Processing (NLP), Artificial Intelligence (AI), and much more,
our GreenHeart ♥ initiative on the 19th of February 2008,
the first design concept of our Ontoscope 2.0 in the Further steps of the 11th of July 2009 and gave the first informations about its features, like multi-touch display, 3D camera, optional 3D display, Natural Language Processor (NLP), Artificial Intelligence (AI), Active Cam, and object recognition and object tracing,
new models with features like integrated projector/beamer, foldout keyboard, additional sensor package, and highly performant lenses in the Announcement of the 8th of September 2009,
the Ontoscope Junior in the Further steps of the 27th of March 2010,
the new version of the Ontoscope 2.0 with the same design like our intelliTablets (iTablets) and higher performances in the Further steps of the 25th June 2010,
the Ontoscope 3 in the Further steps of the 7th of December 2010,
Ontoscope Nano System in the Further steps of the 23rd, 25th, 28th of December 2011 with Cloud Operating System (COS),
the Ontoscope Gbox in the Announcement of the 23rd of February 2012,
the new feature of wave-field sensors in the Further steps of the 5th of June 2012, and
today the two additional cases for the Ontoscope 3 that are in the middle thicker and arched, and a design concept of the Ontoscope 4 were presented, as well as the informations given that our Ontoscope will also get a 3D display with adaptive parallax barrier based on the flexible OLED technology and multi-touch feature, and our Sensor Case architecture with Sensor Frame that makes a smartphone a large Multi-Sensor with internal sensor network.
© :( and Ontoscope
The design concepts above were kindly created by other persons and companies following our descriptions and design concepts, and then overworked by us. The next time they will learn to name their designed mobile devices correctly, so that instead of !Phone Pro and Galactic S4 the correct names for our Super Smartphones, and our models Ontoscope Pro and Ontoscope 4S are directly written on the cases. Moreover, we will also give a lesson, so that our works are referenced in the related descriptions instead of writing nonsense for deliberately misleading the public and conducting further crimes.
Further steps 00:11 CEST
For sure, we are more than only pleased about the presentation of the first image of our Ontoscope 2.1 with integrated Retina Project- ion and Mobile Kinetic (Retina Projector 2.0) which gives another kind of the Retinascope 2.0.
© CBS Interactive→ZDNet Australia, OntoLab, and Ontoscope
See also our technology of the NanoProjector, for example, and the presentation of our Retina Projector Nano in the Ontonics Further steps of the 8th of November 2010 and the OntoLinux Website update of the 23rd of April 2011.
Further steps 00:33 CEST
We are super pleased to present a design concept of our latest Super Smartphone and our Ontoscope 3D with our already existing Holonicle::Display technology based on the autostereoscopic volumetric Multi-Layer/stacked Display (MLD), Very High Resolution Display (VHRD), and Retina Projection, as well as our newest display called Active Display/Screen. Now the whole display can display and take pictures and record and produce wave-fields of all kinds (e.g. infra-red, sound, and so on) in 2D and 3D. By this new display it is very easy to see that it features our new Multi-Sensor approach, which brings all of our sensor technologies of all kinds together and comprises the bottom-less Sensor Case architecture with Sensor Frame and sensor keys, the multi-touch display, the Active Camera technology, and all the other sensors, and in this way makes the whole Mobile Device a Multi-Sensor with Sensor Touch and Sense Touch functionality and internal sensor network that can be used in already existing sensor networks and for building up larger sensor networks.
© :( and Ontoscope
The design concept above were kindly created by a sadly unknown person following our descriptions and overworked by us. See also the intelliTablet Further step of the 17th of August 2012 (yesterday).
Further steps 9:36 CEST
We are thinking about the option to call our newest Ontoscope models 5 or Meta (see the image of the Ontoscope Further steps of 18th of August 2012 (yesterday)) which reflects the terms metalevel of the fields of computational ontology and ontologics, as well as metamaterial, because our Active Display has the characteristic of a metamaterial.
We would like to show a further version of the Ontoscope 3 present- ed with the Further steps of the 13th of August 2012 with the one camera respectively sensor module positioned at the other edge, so that the 3D or/and wave-field camera/sensor can be constructed in a thinner way and take 3D images and wave fields with a higher quality.
© :( and Ontoscope
We are pleased to announce our new Ontoman, aka. OntoPod and MultiPod, which is a multimedia device that comes in many different versions that are based on our Ontoscope, Ontoboy and Ontogirl, Retinascope, and P@d architectures, as well as our display techno- logies, and in different scales (nano, micro, and mini), but has no case anymore that is collapsible/foldable (e.g. butterfly mechanism), as the old version. Especially the 3-dimensional and hapticle pres- entation of multimedia contents, as well as the different possibilities of interaction and also of utilization belong to their outstanding features.
Announcement and Further steps
Furthermore, we would like to announce the new Ontoscope Jr. that like the new Ontoman has no foldable/collapsible casing anymore and is powered by our famous OntoLinux (see also the Announcement of the 13th of February 2013).
In this conjunction we would like to show a possible design of the Ontoscope Jr. or the Ontoman, aka. Ontopod.
© Isamu Sanada, OntoLab, and Ontoscope
We would like to show two further possible designs of the Ontoscope Jr., the Ontoman, aka. Ontopod, or the new design of the Ontoscope Nano.
© Apple, Lego, OntoLab, Ontoscope, and intelliTablet
© MpMan, OntoLab, and Ontoscope
We have updated the rendering of the Ontoscope Gbox that we showed the first time in the Further steps of the 13th of August 2012 by highlighting the component for gesture control and bright- ness responsive features, which was always part of the device but could not seen with the first rendering by the dark top layer, placed the front cameras at the correct positions, enlarged the gamepad (will be done now), and removed the signs that are characteristical for a gamepad of another company, though others have copied it as well in the past, but we want our own signs that will be added in the future.
© :( and Ontoscope
Besides this, we are thinking about possibilites to use other control elements than a gamepad that surely include our Display-Case Control as well. In the latter case we will have to place the front sensors and loudspeakers at different positions.
For sure, our Ontoscopes, but also every other device powered with one of our Ontologic Systems (OSs), is already prepared by design for many more interesting applications besides (wirelessly) commun- icting in general, and with the user and other devices in particular, storing data, taking pictures and recording videos, and displaying them, recording and (re)producing sounds, and actuating whatever is possible due to their foundation concept to which belong an OS, the fields of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and robotics, so that they can exhibit embodied cognition(/intelligence), self-awareness (see also the Clarification of the 19th of September 2012), context aware- ness, location awareness, activity recognition, and situation aware- ness (see also the Clarification of the 8th of June 2013), and a Multimodal Multimedia User Interface (M²UI). For example, an Onto- scope is able to understand what it reads, sees, hears, or/and sen- ses otherwise in a different mode, and can communicate this with the user textually, visually, acoustically/verbally, or/and haptically. The latter can even be done in virtually every human language with our Multilingual Multimodal Multimedia User Interface (M³UI).
We would like to show some images of an older design study of the Ontoscope Smartworkbench. Both, the technology and the design have been developed further significantly.
© eBay, OntoLab, and Ontoscope
The images are screen shots taken from a TV advertisement of the company eBay, which took our Smartworkbench concept for it, obviously. The whole TV advertisement can be found in the World Wide Web.
We are very pleased to announce our next generation of our path breaking Ontoscope series. The new Ontoscope features as a worlds first our also new mobile chip set with a semi-quantum Accelerated Processing Unit (APU), that is a scalled down variant of a super- computer chip based on quantum annealing that we could harness for general mobile processing. The already superior performance of this kind of semi-quantum chip in comparison to other mobile chips is used for general computing, problem solving, intelligent personal assistance, and for sure encryption, while the related memory chip offers besides its lightning fast operational speed a complete person- al web index, as used by common internet search engines, that to- gether with our Search, Find, and Information (SFI) engine of Onto- logics delivers pure secure and undisturbed internet usage and even more pleasure. (patent pending)
Actually, the new model has no official name, but we think about the labels Super X or simply Q.
For more informations about related chip sets see the Ontonics Web- site update of the 16th of July 2013.
We would like to present further basic designs of our Ontoscope 3D with our Multi-Layer/stacked Display 2.0 respectively Hybrid Multi-Layer/stacked Display (HMLD).
© Johnny Plaid, Apple, Walt Disney, and Ontoscope
In the last 4 days we designed a new variant of our Ontoscope.
1. A specific patent filed by a company is only about the interplay of for example 4 front cameras, a Graphical User Interface (GUI) and a common 2D display, that should produce some kind of a 3D or better said visual effect, but it is not about the related features of our original MobileKinetic technology. The invention is based on the sub- division of the software based desktop in 2 layers, so that the GUI objects on each layer can be moved in accordance to the tracking of the head movement of a user. In fact, the result of this simple simulation of parallax (see the exemplary animation added on the 15th of April 2014) or an autostereoscopic, volumetric Multi-Layer/ stacked Display (MLD) is the same visual effect as another company has built into the GUI of its smartphone already, which on the one hand is also based on our MobileKinetic technology, specifically its inertial sensors, but on the other hand produced sickness and mental irritations by some users that led to the new option, with which this visual effect can be turned off.
If the patented technique really works has to be proven in practice at first, but we have very serious doubts that it can produce a true 3D effect or even a hologram-like effect, because a user still sees a 2D image only, specifically if she/he does not move.
©© BY 3.0 Natejunk2004
Besides this, there is a very high potential that essential parts of the patent are not valid due to an older presentation of this special mul- timedia technique.
2. A mobile device could use the old and very well known 3D/auto- stereoscopic display technologies with either a parallax barrier (real- ized by a mask or a second special masking display), like it was real- ized with the clone of our first Ontoscope Jr., Ontoboy or Ontogirl and the two other clones of our original Ontoscope before, or a layer of lenticular lenses. Both display technologies work more or less poor, because they reduce the resolution and the brightness of the display drastically and, specifically in the case of the parallax barrier, offer only a small sweet spot for the 3D effect depending on the distance and angle between the user and the display.
3. To enhance the viewing freedom and resolution of the 3D display with parallax barrier mentioned in point 2. it has been combined either with a head tracking system, like our MobileKinetic technology several years ago, as for example our OntoLab did with our Mobile 4D Image Display technology, or with time multiplexing, as for example we did as well in the OntoLab with our project 3D-Palm-Computer that has been finalized around the year 2003 (see our Multi-Layer/ stacked Display (MLD) technology).
But doubtlessly, others' and our scientific researches in the OntoLab have proven that these enhancing solutions still will not work as well like our Hybrid Multi-Layer/stacked Display (HMLD), which brings all the best features of the described technologies together in one 3D display technology (see also the intelliTablet Further steps of the 17th of August 2012 and 21st of January 2014, and the Ontoscope Further steps of the 22nd of January 2014).
Please, respect the historical facts about mobile devices with 3D display, and the original and unique masterpiece of multimedia arts, the Ontoscope paradigma, all by C.S..
In conjunction with the movie saga "Matrix" a judge rejected a legal claim alleging that the "Matrix" films were based on another screen- play. In general, he ruled that the authors did not plagiarise another screenplay and the listed 118 alleged similarities between the works, because they were "too general for copyright protection ... or are commonly used, unoriginal ideas". We would like to take this legal case for the discussion about the originality and uniqueness of the multimedia art works by C.S. in conjunction with substantially similar expressions of ideas. As an example for this, we take the comparison between our Ontoscope paradigm and mobile devices, that feature an own housing, a main control logic, and so on, like for example a camera, a laptop, a tablet computer, a handheld game console, a mobile phone, and a head-mounted display (see also the Clarification of the 22nd of June 2013).
Too general for copyright protection are descriptions of mobile devices with:
3D sensor, includes 3D range detector, Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) ... (device focused); example 3D camera and smartphone
3D display, includes variants with head tracking (hardware focused)
3D sensor and 3D display
3D sensor and wireless connection, includes short and medium range wireless connection, like e.g. Bluetooth and WLAN, and long range wireless connection, like e.g. GSM, 3G, and LTE
3D display and wireless connection
Questionable for copyright protection are descriptions of mobile devices with:
3D sensor, includes 3D range detector, Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU), ... (environment focused, e.g. position determination)
handheld game console with 3D sensor, 3D display, and artificial intelligence in game logic
3D sensor, 3D display, and short range wireless connection
Qualified for copyright protection in our point of view are descript- ions of mobile devices with:
gesture control (software focused)
3D sensor, 3D display, and medium and long range wireless connection
3D sensor, wireless connection, and gesture control
3D display, wireless connection, and gesture control
3D sensor, wireless connection, and artificial intelligence for hard- or/and software, includes awareness of all kinds (e.g. self, spatial, temporal, ...)
3D display, wireless connection, and artificial intelligence for hard- or/and software
Definitely original and unique, and hence copyrighted are descript- ions of mobile devices respectively Ontoscopes with:
3D sensor, 3D display, and gesture control
3D sensor, 3D display, and artificial intelligence for hard- or/and software
3D sensor, 3D display, wireless connection, and gesture control
3D sensor, 3D display, wireless connection, and artificial intellig- ence for hard- or/and software
3D sensor, 3D display, and robot features; example device is similar to the head and the control logic of a humanoid)
In general, in our point of view substantially similar expressions of ideas must be seen as well in relation with the mind-set, motivation, strategic direction, duration, and amount of done actions and incid- ents of a copying entity, specifically if a plagiarizing entity deliber- ately misleads the public about the originator of several ideas in this way, which even happens without infringing a single work, as we have documented it with the investigative cases of large software, hardware, and vehicle manufacturers, service providers, and media companies for example.
Or said in other words, if an entity copies more than one idea over a longer periode of time, say for example 3 months, then the copying entity has to get the allowance by the original source of the ideas even if each single idea is not protected by the copyright or a pat- ent, specifically if the original source is one single person and if the complete works, the ensemble/composition of the ideas is original and unique, and hence copyrighted, which directly affects the pub- lications of the media as well. We even demand that in such a case an entity has to take corrective measures if the general public dev- eloped a wrong impression about the true origination of ideas due to the repeated plagiarizing.
Some argue that this kind of following and copying, as described in the section before, is desired by the society, but said in this simple way this is not true. Indeed, it is wanted that other entities are allowed to copy an idea, but it is not wanted that defrauding en- tities mainly exist, because they copy the ideas of others all the time, especially if in this way they gain control over a group or even over a whole society, and the original inventor is shielded from the public. This is definitely not wanted respectively it is only wanted by antisocial entities, moochers and cardsharpers, who want to get more power on the back of others.
There is no loophole.
We would like to show a rendering of our Ontoscope 3D presented the first time in the Further steps of the 22nd of January 2014, that is based on the model Gbox that we have shown the first time in the Further steps of the 13th of August 2012 and the second time in the Further steps of the 27th of February 2013, by adding two additional front-facing cameras and repositioning two sensors to get the Quattro configuration.
© :( and Ontoscope
Today, we would like to show renderings of our Ontoscope 5.1 3D and 5G 3D.
© :I, :I, Ubisoft Entertainment, and Ontoscope
With our original and unique Ontoscope architecture we can offer true high quality online shopping in true immersive 3D vision and sound.
And there is more to come in the next future.
Today, we would like to show renderings of our Ontoscope S5 3D, Z1 3D, and P7 3D.
© :I, :I, :I, Walt Disney, TriStar Pictures, and Ontoscope
Super batteries always included.
Today, we would like to show a rendering of our Ontoscope X 3D, also called the "Xbox to go", with our original technology called MobileKinetic, aka. MobileKinect.
© :I, Illumination Entertainment, and Ontoscope
Ontonics Further steps 06:00 CET
Today, we would like to present an invention related with cases for displays and computers, and its potential applications and designs, specifically some of the ones shown with the Original vs. Inspiration, Sketches, and Sneak Preview of the 28th of October 2008, that we developed over the months.
The invention is a case/enclosure for devices, that has a mounting for a flexible respectively bendable display and at least two parts connected by a hinge, that has at least two elements, that are connected by a fold mechanism at one side and are determining the closing and opening angles of rotation as well as the bending radius of the case/closure by their sizes of the length and thickness, and which is not thicker than the case/enclosure.
Read the complete news on the OntomaX website.
Original vs. Inspiration
As further examples in relation with the Ontonics Further steps of today (see above), the images below show mobile devices with different types of designs.
© NEC, Nokia, Sara Forsmark, Christian de Porter, :I, :(, I:, Patrik Eriksson, Kyocera, and Tai Chiem
Have we promised too much?
See also the Original vs. Inspiration, Sketches, and Sneak Preview of the 28th of October 2008.
Ontonics Further steps 04:14 CET
Today, we would like to present an invention related with foldable and rollable devices, which feature a flexible respectively bendable case like the one presented in the Further steps of the 9th of July 2014 and a flexible respectively bendable display, and its potential applications and designs that we developed over the months.
The invention is an electronic visual display that has a flexible resp- ectively bendable apparatus for the optical signaling respectively presentation of changeable informations (short display), a flexible respectively bendable case/enclosure with at least one hinge, which protects the display in the bended state from braking, a control system, at least one touchless 3D sensor, at least one mechanism, which keeps the hinge of the case/closure in at least one state, and its curvature can be changed by more than 45 degrees.
As further examples in relation with this Further steps, the images of the Further steps of our business units Ontoscope and intelliTablet of today show mobile devices with different types of designs.
Read the complete news on the OntomaX website.
Further steps 4:14 CET
Today, we would like to present our next Ontoscope model with the OOO, aka. Trible Zero, Triple O, or simply Triple or O³, that is the first device with our iFlex technology and based on the design concepts Tag of the company NEC and 888 of the company Nokia (see Original vs. Inspiration, Sketches, and Sneak Preview of the 28th of October 2008 and the Original vs. Inspiration of the 9th of July 2014) and flexible displays of Nokia and other companies, which all were developed further by us (see the Ontonics Further steps of today above for example).
The Ontoscope OOO is around 8 mm thick in the opened state and 14 mm in the closed state folded one time, and 34 mm thick folded two times, and might have a shorter hinge or only one or two hinges depending on the specific variant (see the images below).
© Nokia, Sara Forsmark, and Ontoscope
We would like to present further potential Ontoscope models called Ontocloud and Firescope.
The model Ontocloud is a specific low budget variant, which was not developed with the pure Ontoscope paradigm and high-end smart- phone features in mind, but on delivering a device that people like to use for entertainment or/and simply try out. In this conjunction, we are thinking about a handheld game console form factor and the next generation of our Ontoscope Jr. respectively our Ontoboy and Ontogirl 2.0 as well (see also the images of the Further steps of the 27th of March 2010). The Ontocloud is powered with our Web Oper- ating System Platform (WOSP) Boot to Web (B2W) and the related OntoCloud software architecture.
The Firescout model is a full-fledged Ontoscope complementing our actual range of Ontoscopes. As a consequence, it runs on our High- tech Operating Systems (HOSs) OntoLix and OntoLinux, though it could run on any Linux kernel based operating system, and offers special features like e.g. convenience functions for online shopping.
© Mozilla Foundation, Buckle Company, and Ontoscope
© :I and Ontoscope
Somehow we missed to finish some details of the designs of the model Ontocloud presented in the Further steps of the 30th of August 2014 and other models of the Ontoscope series 5 and 6. Below is an image of the corrected design of the Ontocloud.
© Mozilla Foundation, Buckle Company, :I, and Ontoscope
In addition, we would like to present the designs of the new model MX2 that have slightly different sensor modules at the front side. While the one version features an infra-red sensor and a camera, the other version features a larger camera, more sensors, and also emitters as needed.
Furthermore, we would like to show the design of the double-edged Sword model with Ontoscope technology inside. A further variant of the Sword called Double Edge features a digital pen/stylus and a special module that both are positioned at the backsight. The Double Edge also has a special style.
But we did not stop at this point and also show a possible design of the Ontoscope Wrap model, which is the consequent further development of the design of the models Sword and Double Edge.
© :I, :I, T3, and Ontoscope
C.S. did it again and developed further the original and unique work of multimedia arts, the Ontoscope paradigm. Now, the Ontoscope paradigm is even literally reflected in the hardware design of all models presented in the last weeks and beyond with our Reflection architecture that has 2, 4, or more identically, independent working, and collaborating systems in one housing that are reflected in the exterior design at the x-axis, y-axis, or/and the z-axis. The model Ontocloud for example has as axis of reflection the x-axis or y-axis, or both the x-axis and y-axis depending on the count of the processor cores.
The realization of the concept of this Reflection architecture already began with dual and quad core processors reflecting the two sides of the human brain and continued with the 3D sensors and related emitters at the front and back side, the dual back sensors, the bezels of the display, the dual stereo loudspeaker and stereo micro- phone components, the case buttons, and the front sensors. Copyrighted.
The designs of the related models will be updated accordingly as needed.
We are pleased to confirm that one of our reworked system archit- ecture will be used for our Ontoscopes as well.
In addition, we are looking at another older system architecture as well.
Furthermore, we would like to present the next image of the Onto- scope model 6 (see the related images in the Further steps of the 22nd of January 2014) that also belongs to the related copyrighted image series of the Ontoscope paradigm by C.S..
© :I, Theo Levey, Walt Disney, and Ontoscope
We also made an image of the variant of a smartphone by another company.
Further steps 02:22 CET -2 UTC
"There's one more something ...", [Dr. Bunsen Honeydew, Ph.D., Muppet Labs, 20th of September 2014]
LCD, OLED, AMOLED, 5.0", 5.5", WHUXGA, FUHD, whatsoever. While others fiddled around with their little liquid gems and diodes, and in- creased the size and the resolution of their displays, even a very well known smartphone has a large screen now, we instead devel- oped our Ontoscope model Holo further, which in the high-end var- iant features a display that has over 1,000 times more pixels than everything else available on the market, because it is volumetric respectively holographic (see also the Further steps of the 16th of August 2012).
Self-evidently, the Ontoscope Holo is powered by a highly optimized circular WiSer in a Package (WiP; see also the Ontonics Announce- ment of the 15th of July 2014 and the OntoLab Further steps Tesla #3 of the 17th of July 2014) and our Hightech Operating Systems (HOSs) OntoLix and OntoLinux.
© :(, Walt Disney, and Ontoscope
The image does not show the final design of the product and details of the display technology (see also the iRaiment Further steps of today).
Ah, wait, before we do forget to mention: Our prime estate is now at least 4 times larger and ideally suited for internet services like for example searching, finding, and mapping, as well as social network- ing, instant messaging, online shopping, gaming, streaming, presenting, and much more.
The Crown of Innovation
Ontoscope Further steps
We have developed a new Ontoscope 3D model in two variants bas- ed on different technologies on the one hand and focusing on the instant production on the other hand.
In this conjunction we would like to show another view of the Ontoscope 6 3D variant that we have presented already in the Further steps of the 22nd of January 2014 and the 11th of Sept- ember 2014.
© Johnny Plaid and Ontoscope.
No matter which Ontoscope model will hit the market as the first one in the next months, eventually it will be a: Big WoooW!!!
Already on the 3rd of September 2014 we worked on a simple proto- type of the Ontoscope OOO presented the first time in the Further steps of the 11th of July 2014 (see also the related Original vs. In- spiration of the 9th of July 2014, and the Ontonics Further steps and the Original vs. Inspiration of the 23rd of July 2014) that is based on the LED watch Classic presented around the year 2006 by the com- pany Time-It, which features a slap-on-wrist silicon rubber strap with LEDs as time indicatiors, and includes a model variant that is wireless rechargeable. Somehow we got the impression that it has been orphaned in the meantime, but seems to be revived again now as the Zero A and Zero B (see the images of the Original vs. Inspir- ation of today).
Original vs. Inspiration
1. row: Time-It Classic LED watch with slap-on-wrist silicon rubber strap and Ontoscope OOO prototype without display
2. row: Time-It Classic LED watches and Magic Box wireless recharging station
© Time-It and Ontoscope
Further steps 00:00 UTC +1 CET
We are pleased to inform about the adaption of the layered (O)LED and e-paper display as well as the layered (O)LED and (A)IMOD, QLED and e-paper, and QLED and (A)IMOD displays for special Ontoscope models.