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The Content Matrix is All Around You

July 13, 2009 17 comments

(found via Raymond Pirouz) What if… you could see the information flowing all around you? What if… you could overlay that “information reality” over “normal reality?” Some are calling this “augmented reality” while those of you who have seen the movie “The Matrix” might recognize this as, well, The Matrix (which Morpheus will explain below, […]

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