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Saturday, April 18, 2015

@CleantheWorld Recycles Hotel Soap - How Hand Washing and Bathing with Recycled Soap can stem Ebola's Rise in West Africa

“It's such a fundamental part of the interruption of transmission of infectious agents that could save so many lives. It's not a magic wand, but it's a very important element”

CEO of Clean the World, Shawn Seipler, on his quest to recycle soap from Hotels to be send to countries where soap and Water can save lives from infectious diseases

Recycling soap is a way of life for me as its good Hygiene. Whenever a bar of soap is about to finish, I usually collect them, then wet them and slowly mould them together to form a ball of soap for use to wash my hands.

But did you know that in some part of the world, access to Soap and water are the main cause of disease spread? Not only is the lack of sanitation making it harder to fight diseases such as Bird flu (H2N2), Influenza (H1N1) and even the deadly Ebola Virus as explained in the article “Ebola Virus Can Be Killed with Soap and Water”, published August 05, 2014 by Lorie Johnson, CBN News?

So says the WHO (World Health Organization) Ebola Website, whose infographic says as much



One man, Shawn Seipler of Orlando, Florida, has realized this. In a bid to save people dying because of a lack of good hygiene, he has started a Non-profit Organization called Clean the World.

Clean the World collects unused Hotel Soap and reprocesses it into soap for Third World Countries as reported in the article “Group hopes recycled hotel soap helps save lives worldwide”, published April 10, 2015 By BRIAN SKOLOFF Associated Press, Yahoo News.


Clean the World, which has processing plants in Las Vegas, Orlando and Hong Kong, collects unused soap and bathing lathers from some 4,000 hotels that are in these major cities.

How Clean the World makes Soap – Leftovers from Hotels washed and made new again

The soap is then shredded using grinders and potato peelers and then boiled in cookers to kill any residual bacteria. The liquid soap is then dehydrated using an evaporator and then squeezed through an extruder to make new bars and packaged for delivery.


These new bars of soap are delivered to some ninety nine (99) countries around the world that have no access to soap. This includes places such as the Middle East and even Homeless Shelters in the US of A. To date Clean the World has delivered some roughly 25 million bars of reprocessed soap worldwide.

Clean the World coordinates with local aid and non-governmental organizations to not only distribute the recycled Soap but also educate people about the benefits of good hygiene. The even send their own teams into rural communities to not only do deliveries but also spread the gospel of Soap and its usage to maintain good hygiene.

A hard sell to be sure, especially in countries where potable water is so scarce, you have to decide between taking a bath, washing your hands or cooking.

Hotel Soap for Third World Countries - How Recycled Soap can stop Ebola and other diseases

So how did Shawn Seipler, who is now CEO of Clean the World, decided that this was a worthwhile venture?

He started by asking questions about what happened to the Hotel soap after a night at a Minneapolis Hotel. According to Shawn Seipler, the Hotel soap is only used once and then sent to landfills, quote: “I picked up the phone and called the front desk and asked them what happens to the bar of soap when I'm done using it. They said they just threw it away”.


And thus began this former IT Technology Employees quest to collect soap not openly from hotels but also public restrooms, rest stops and even and even cleanser wipes at the entrances of grocery stores used to sanitize shopping cart handles.

This lack of Soap and Water to bathe and even wash your hands is a serious problem that’s making it hard to stop the spread of infectious diseases to quote professor of preventive medicine and an infectious disease specialist at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, Tennessee Dr. William Schaffner: “It's a huge problem. One of the most common kinds of illnesses in the world are those that are transmitted from person to person and to oneself because of germs that are on one's hands”.

So true, as Hand washing and bathing with soap and water alone can stop the spread of diseases like Ebola, which despite the hype created by the Media, is being spread mainly in the rural parts of West Africa and is NOT airborne.

Ebola rises again in West Africa - How Hand washing and Bathing can stem Ebola’s Resurgence

Up to about February of 2015, the following cases have been recorded in West Africa, carried back to Sierra Leone by sick fisher folk who spread the disease into the country side as stated in the article “Nearly Halted in Sierra Leone, Ebola Makes Comeback by Sea”, published FEB. 28, 2015 by SHERI FINK, NY Times:

1.      80 in Sierra Leone
2.      39 in Guinea
3.      5 in Liberia
4.      124 New Ebola Case in Total

In fact, this may be the tip of the iceberg as the disease is on the rise to quote United Nations special envoy on Ebola, Dr David Nabarro: “We're on a good path, this is coming down, but we really have to be vigilant because there are still pockets of infection”.


The lack of access to clean potable water and soap has been cited as the main reason why the Ebola Virus is slowly making a comeback in West Africa as noted in the article “New Ebola cases show first rise in 2015”, published 4 February 2015, BBC News.

Below is a snapshot of a continuously updated graphic that shows Ebola Deaths in West Africa:



According to the WHO (World Health Organization), the disease is slowly making 2015 its playground after ravaging West Africa Killing some 10,600 since December 2013. Worse may be yet to come.

But there may be a light at the end of the tunnel now that Shawn Seipler, CEO of Clean the World, is out to save West Africa, one recycled bar of Soap at a time.

Here’s the link:



Friday, April 17, 2015

Apple Watch pre-orders sold out until June 2015 - How 1 million served equals Pebble Watch 2 years Sales in How to Sell a Wearable

“After trying on the Apple Watch, visiting stores, and based on our field work, we are now more convinced that the Apple Watch will be disruptive to the fashion watch market. At a minimum, the widespread buzz may cause something of a standstill in the watch market”

 Analysts at KeyBanc Capital Markets addressing investors on Sunday April 19th 2015

Almost everyone, especially in the Google Android community, are still in shock and haven't taken their Jaws of the ground in collective shock: People actually love the Apple Watch. It's like the scene from that Movie The Day After when the Atomic Bomb Dropped.


In fact so much that Apple has apparently run out of their initial stock for walk in or pick up of Apple Watches that were pre-ordered.

Already a lot of celebrities have been spotted rocking the Apple Watch including Star Wars Director J.J. Abrams as reported in the article “Director J.J. Abrams shows off Apple Watch onstage at 'Star Wars' event in California”, published Thursday, April 16, 2015 By AppleInsider Staff, Apple Insider.

Apple, ever the consummate customer Centric company has started a series of Apple Basics Workshops at their Apple Stores to acquaint buyers of the Apple Watch on how to use the wearable device as reported in the article “Apple Stores to run Watch workshops”, published April 17, 2015 by Lance Whitney, CNET News.





In fact, they so oversubscribed that the Apple Watch won't be available until June 2015 as stated in the article “Apple Watch walk-in sales may not start till June”, published April 16, 2015 by Lance Whitney, CNET News.

Apple Watch outsold Android Wear smartwatches - Pebble Smartwatch 2 years sales eclipsed and beaten in one weekend

To put this in perspective, the Apple Watch has not only outsold all the Google Android Wear smartwatches from 2014, it may have also beaten the much cheaper Pebble line of smartwatches, probably selling more than 1 million Apple Watches as noted in the article “All signs point to 1 million Apple Watch pre-orders, analysts say”, published April 13, 2015 by Don Reisinger, CNET News.


For comparison, Pebble has sold about 1 million Pebble smartwatches, a mark that the company took two (2) years to achieve as noted in my Geezam blog article entitled “Pebble's 1 million smartwatches Army as Apple Watch set to launch in April 2015”.

I guess the Pebble Time, their Kickstarter-record smashing smartwatch as detailed in my Geezam blog article entitled “Pebble Time promises a smartwatch to rain on Apple Watch’s Parade”, now has some real competition from the Apple Watch.

In essence, the Pebble Smartwatch two (2) years sales have been eclipsed and beaten in one weekend by the Apple Watch pre-orders. Americans are STILL ordering the Apple Watch and to date, Apple is YET to give out any official numbers despite the negative reviews thus far talking about the necessity of this product.



We might hear more about their Apple Watch Sales number at Apple's WWDC (World Wide Developers Conference) on Monday June 8th 2015 as stated in the article “Apple's splashy developer fest kicks off June 8”, published April 14, 2015 by Lance Whitney, CNET News.

So how many Apple Watches were pre-ordered exactly? The analysts weigh in on the subject.

Apple Watch pre-orders sold out until June 2015 - How 1 million served equals the Pebble Watch in How to sell a Wearable

It's now a week after the Apple Watch went on Pre-order and persons came in on Appointment on Friday April 10th 2015 for a fitting as I'd explained in my blog article entitled “Apple Watch Appointment Fittings coming Friday April 10th 2015 - Why Apple Appointments sets trend for How to sell a Wearable”.

I'd used the predictions of Piper Jaffry Analyst Gene Munster and predicted that the Apple Watch would hit 1 million pre-orders over the weekend.

Turns out I might be onto something as analysts Cowen and Co. have already declaring over 1 million devices pre-ordered worldwide as reported in the article “All signs point to 1 million Apple Watch pre-orders, analysts say”, published April 13, 2015 by Don Reisinger, CNET News.

Apparently this team of analysts at Cowen and Co came to this conclusion via some very fancy mathematics, quote: “We found several dozen salespeople per retail store who each had several dozen Apple Watch appointments during store hours. Based on our discussions, these showings are translating into Apple Watch pre-orders 85-90% of the time.

Continuing along the line of reasoning from the analysts Cowen and Co, quote: “Extrapolating the frequency of appointments and conversion ratio metrics across Apple's retail footprint of the Watch's launch markets, we believe weekend pre-orders could easily be in the range of 1 million. We note iPhone 6/6+ pre-orders exceeded 4MM in just the first 24 hours of a multi-market three-day launch weekend in September 2014 but a 1 million Watch number would be respectable and even a little better than our model”.

So that’s how they calculated their figure of 1 million sold.

Apple Watch 1 million strong Pre-order Army – Apple Watch Basics to train Army to use their product

1 million worldwide is very small for any product launched these days. But when you consider that this is a new product in a new product category that many said Apple would fail in, then 1 million becomes the benchmark for Google and their Android Wear to follow.


For comparison, only 720,000 Google Android Wear smartwatches have been sold in all of 2014 as noted in the article “Slow Android Wear sales underline the challenges Google's smartwatches face”, published Feb 12, 2015 By Mikael Rickn√§s, IDG News Service, PC world and “Android Wear Sales Dim As Apple Watch Looms”, published 2/12/2015 by Eric Zeman, Information Week.

Which explains why Google has decide it was worth it to team up with Intel and luxury Swiss Watchmaker Tag Heuer to make Mechanical smartwatches by December 2015 as noted in the article “TAG Heuer teams up with Intel, Google on smartwatch”, published March 19, 2015 by Ben Fox Rubin, CNET News and “Google, Intel, and TAG Heuer Team Up on Luxury Smartwatch”, published March 19, 2015 by Stephen Pulvirent Corinne Gretler, Bloomberg.

So until Apple's WWDC (World Wide Developers Conference) on Monday June 8th 2015, from their recent push to have Apple Watch Basics Classes, we can only guess what the real sales figures are.

I'm betting the ranch it may be as high as five million or more…….and customer finally get their Apple Watches in June 2015!



@StarWars The Force Awakens Teaser Trailer 2 - May the 4th will celebrate Star Wars as the Force Returns in December 2015

By now you must know that the new Star Wars The Force Awakens Teaser Trailer No. 2 is out on Thursday April 16th 2015 as reported in the article “'Chewie, we're home': New 'Force Awakens' trailer lands”, published April 16, 2015 by Caitlin Petrakovitz, CNET News.

Check below if you want to watch a piece of history for this movie that’s coming Wednesday December 16th, 2015...in Italy of all places!


Not going into the interpretation of the Teaser Trailer as to me that's sacred. It certainly give a lot more information about the movie than the Star Wars The Force Awakens Teaser Trailer No. 1 that was released back on Friday November 28th 2014 as shown below


Again, not going to get into the controversy about the light Sabre crossguard, as there's plenty of videos about that! Good to note that the technology behind the Light sabre may be possible one day as noted in my blog article entitled “Harvard and Massachusetts Institute of Technology create Molecules from Photons - The Force is Strong as Lightsabers, Optical Quantum Computers and Light Crystals are Possible”.


Looks like Star Wars Directs J.J. Abrahams and Walt Disney’s grand plan to release a Star Wars The Force Awakens Teaser Trailer every five (5) months. This means a next one may be coming in September 2015. Just in time for Christmas 2015!

Star Wars The Force Awakens Teaser Trailer 2- May the 4th will celebrate Star Wars as the Force Returns cometh

So look out for some seriously epic celebrations come Monday May 4th 2015, Star Wars Day…or exam day for MICO University College Students. I’ll be making a few changes to my MICO Wars: The Teacher Force Awakens Blog to celebrate the Big Day!

Well for all those Star Wars fans out there, Twitter has launched a new set of emoji so they can now tweet a Stormtrooper, C-3PO or BB-8 droid emoji as explained in the article “Twitter rolls out BB-8, other 'Star Wars' emoji”, published 16 April 2015 by Anthony Domanico, CNET News.



#C3PO, #Stormtrooper or #BB8 hashtags will automatically add these to your messages for no apparent reason than to declare to world that you’re a serious Star Wars fan and you can't wait until Wednesday December 16th, 2015 for the movie to come out.

And as part of the marketing Buildup, Japanese carrier ANA (All Nippon Airways) plans to paint one of their new Boeing 787 Dreamliners  in the same themed styles as R2-D2, the beloved star wars Droid as noted in the article “All Nippon Airways Unveils R2-D2 Themed Airplane in Sync with Star Wars: The Force Awakens Trailer”, published APR 17, 2015 by Grant Martin, Forbes and “Star Wars plane being launched by All Nippon Airways later this year”, published APR 17, 2015, BBC News.


The video below the design on the fuselage that' themed in the style of R2-D@ along with the iconic "Star War"s Logo that set to take place in September 2015 right before the Christmas 2015. This marketing push is well timed and will be to the delight of many fans of Star Wars, who no doubt when the plan is taking off will be glad when the first Transport is away.


ANA may be looking to boost seats on their airline which only flies to seventy three (73) destinations when compared to the smaller Japan Airlines that flies ninety two (92) destinations.


I'm sure this is one of many promotions as along with the Twitter emojis, I'm expecting more as we build up towards Star Wars The Force Awakens release date of Wednesday December 16th, 2015.

Until Then, May the Force Be with You!

Here’s the link:



Tuesday, April 14, 2015

@Google launches Google Chromebit, Haier and Hisense Chromebook and @Asus Chromebook Flip - @Microsoft Productivity vs @GoogleChrome OS low Price

Google is making Google Chrome cheaper and cheaper for anyone to access, even if you only have a HDTV TV.

On Wednesday April 1st 2015, Google introduced the Google Chromebit, a HDMI compatible flash drive sized computer along with three (3) new Chromebooks, the 11.6" Haier Chromebook, the 11.6 Hisense Chromebook  and the Asus Chromebook Flip reported in the article “Google pushes Chrome OS software, with or without Chromebooks”, published March 31, 2015 by Richard Nieva, CNET News.

The announcement was made in Google chrome blogspot blog in a Press Release entitled “More Chromebooks, for everyone”, published Tuesday, March 31, 2015, Google Chrome Blog and caught me totally by surprise.

After Google had launched the Google Chromecast and celebrated it's one-year Anniversary with some free stuff from the Google Play Music store as reported in my blog article entitled “Google Play Music’s All Access Music Subscription Three months Free Streaming - Happy Birthday as Google Chromecast fights Amazon fire TV”, I didn’t imagine Google would be making any more HDMI Stick related device any time soon.

Neither did I expect three (3) new Chromebooks, as I though they already had the K-12 market cornered nicely as noted in my blog article entitled “IDC Stats say Google Chromebooks dominates U.S. K-12 School System - 1 TB Free Google Drive as Microsoft HP Stream and 12.9-inch Apple iPad in 2015”.

So why did Google launch four (4) new Google Chrome OS products? Microsoft seems to be in their crosshairs.

US$100 Google Chromebit - Google Chrome OS in your Top Pocket but cheaper than Intel Compute

These new products are available only in the US of A, but Google has plans for a wider global release as noted in the article “Google announces budget-priced Chromebits and Chromebooks”, published 1 April 2015 By Leo Kelion, BBC News . They seem to have been launched to coincide with the Microsoft Surface.


The Google Chromebit, which is made by Asus, is a lot like most traditional USD-sized stick computes, allowing you to connect  to any HDMI Monitor and run a particular OS in this case Google Chrome as noted in the article “Google Puts Chrome OS on a Stick With Chromebit”, published MARCH 31, 2015 BY CHLOE ALBANESIUS, PCWorld.

It's a lot like the US$149 Intel Compute Stick which will be going on sale on Friday April 24th 2015 as reported in my MICO Wars Blog article entitled “US$150 Intel Compute Stick launches on NewEgg and Amazon” but costs less than US$100.

The Google Chromebit runs on Google Chrome OS on a Rockchip 3288 Processor supported by an ARM Mali 760 Quad-Core GPU. It's got 2GB of RAM and 16GB eMMC and as it connects to the HDMI port of any HDTV Set, it needs external port to power the device, which is provided by a USB 2.0 connection.

Google Chrome OS is a Browser based OS and as such, its main Internet connectivity is via 802.11ac Wi-Fi that connects via either 2.4 or 5GHz frequencies. Bluetooth 4.0 suggests that this device can be controlled via a smartphone worth Bluetooth connectivity as well as you'll have to use a Bluetooth Mouse and Keyboard to navigate on this computer.

Given its small size and low price, it’s expected to sell in the millions comes the summer of 2015.

11.6" Haier Chromebook 11 and 11.6" Hisense Chromebook - US$149 for Chromebooks with similar specs

The 11.6" Haier Chromebook 11 and 11.6" Hisense Chromebook are brothers from different mothers apparently, with both products similarly priced at US$149, the same cost as the US$149 Intel Compute Stick. Both Chromebooks run on a Rockchip 3288 with an ARM Mali 760 Quad-Core GPU supported by 2GB of RAM and 16GB eMMC.


They both have two USB 2.0 Standard A ports and HDMI and sport a 720p camera. Internet connectivity is mainly via a 802.11ac Wi-Fi that supports 2.4 and 5GHz frequencies. Despite their similar specs, their battery life differs; the 11.6" Hisense Chromebook gets 10 Hours on a single full charge whereas the 11.6" Haier Chromebook 11 gets 8.5 hours on a single full charge.


Another slight difference is that the 11.6" Haier Chromebook 11 has a 11E version with a removable battery and no microSD port but rather a full sized SD Card Slot. Also The 11.6" Haier Chromebook 11 will be sold via Amazon, while Walmart.com will carry the 11.6" Hisense Chromebook.

US$249 Asus Chromebook Flip - Full Metal Chrome OS that pits Microsoft productivity vs Chrome OS low Price

The fourth Chromebook product is the all-metal Asus Chromebook Flip, which as its name implies, it can flip around to become a tablet similar to the US$999 Lenovo Ideapad Yoga 2 Pro as reported in my Geezam blog article entitled “US$999 Ideapad Yoga 2 Pro is a quirky Windows 8.1 Ultraboook with an Ultra-HD Screen”.


At US$249, the 10.1" Asus Chromebook Flip also flips around and weights class than 2 lb to boot. Running on a Rockchip 3288 supported by an ARM Mali 760 Quad-Core GPU with a 16GB SSD (Solid State Drive) it comes in one of two (2) RAM configurations:

1.      2GB of RAM
2.      4GB of RAM

Like the 11.6" Haier Chromebook 11 and 11.6" Hisense Chromebook, Internet connectivity is achieved via a 802.11ac Wi-Fi that utilizes both 2.4 and 5GHz and has Bluetooth 4.0. Simply put, not only can you BYOD (Bring your Own Device), but you can also remotely control this Laptop using the Remote Mouse App as explained in my MICO Wars blog article entitled “How Remote Mouse can make your Smartphone or Tablet into a Graphic Artiste’s Palette”.

With 10 hours battery life for such a low price, Microsoft is sure to get a lot of competition for their partnership with HP (Hewlett Packard) that produced the HP Stream Tablets and Laptops back in September 2014 as explained in my blog article entitled “US$200 HP Stream Netbooks and Tablets – Microsoft floating Windows 8.1 on Free 1TB Microsoft OneDrive Cloud against Google's Chromebooks”.

These are the cheapest Windows products that I can think of and come the Summer of 2015 when these Google Chrome Products go on sale, the main differentiator will be price vs productivity.




Sunday, April 12, 2015

@Google's @YouTube launches 360-Degree Panoramic Videos - How Google @Android VR makes Content for VR Ambitions

The World of VR (Virtual Realty) has landed on Google.

On Friday March 13th 2015 Google launched 360 Degree videos support on YouTube as stated in the article “YouTube to add 360-degree videos” published March 12, 2015 by Joan E. Solsman, CNET News and “You Can Now Watch and Upload 360-Degree Videos on YouTube”, published 03.13.15 by CHRISTINA BONNINGTON, Wired



Announced on YouTube's Blogspot blog in the article “A new way to see and share your world with 360-degree video”, published Friday March 13th 2015, Youtube Blog the feature give support for videos filmed using the following 360-Degree Panoramic cameras:

1.      Bublcam
2.      Giroptic's 360cam
3.      IC Real Tech's Allie
4.      Kodak's SP360
5.      Ricoh's Theta

Users of YouTube will be able to view these 360-Degree Panoramic Videos on the YouTube Website as well as videos embedded inside of websites by clicking and dragging the pointer around to move within the immersive environment.

Please note though, you can only pan around your point of view or perspective, as the direction of forwards of backward is dictated by the persons who originally filmed the video.

Thus, you cannot, while in the middle of a 360-Degree Panoramic video, decided to change your direction of forwards of backward motion and walk down a street that you may see in the video.

But you can still pan around your point of view or perspective and get great angles shot of your environment.

Check out this list of 360-Degree Video Playlist on YouTube to get an idea of what this developement means for YouTube Content Creators. Here is one as an example.


Be warned though; if your computer doesn’t have at least 4 GB of RAM and a Dual-Core Processor, you’ll find it very hard to pan around. From my testing thus far, these 360-Degree Panoramic video demand a lot of processor power as well as Memory to play.

Also, if you download the video, you’ll get the 360-Degree Panoramic effect, but you can’t pan around unless your video player is compatible, something YouTube will have to address.
360-Degree Panoramic Video viewing is also possible on the YouTube App for Google Android, but instead of a pointer on the screen, you can physically move the phone and accelerometer will translate your motion and change your perspective within the 360-Degree Panoramic video.

So other than cool 360-Degree Panoramic Videos, why is this such a great developement? It's because it's a herald for VR for Google Android by 2016.

Google's YouTube launches 360-Degree Panoramic Video Support - How Google Android plans to create Content for its VR Ambitions

Ok so this is another great feature really for both users, Bloggers and Website owners as well as YouTube Content Creators similar to YouTube’s support for HtLM5 as reported in my Geezam blog article entitled “YouTube switches to HTML5 with Adaptive Bitrate for better Streaming”.

If you're a YouTube Content Creator with a 360-Degree Panoramic, now is the time to start filming 360-Degree Panoramic Videos.

Especially if you're one of those persons who had chipped in on the Giroptic's 360cam Kickstarted as documented in my blog article entitled “Giroptic's 360cam coming in November 2014 - How the 360 Degree Panoramic Video, Audio and Still Images is a Revolutionary Gamechanger”.

This as Google allegedly has plans to launch a version of Google Android that support the developement of VR Headsets as noted in my blog article entitled “@google to develope Google @Android for VR - Why a VR and AR War is looming on the Horizon in 2016”.

MWC (Mobile World Congress) 2015 revealed a lot of companies pushing into the VR and AR (Augmented Reality) field, such as HTC Vive even as Oculus Rift launched a Oculus Mobile VR Jam 2015 as state in my blog article entitled “@Oculus Mobile VR Jam 2015 - How @samsung Gear VR is Gearing up for Competition in the VR and AR Space”.

Google, realizing that there is a coming trend towards VR by 2016, is trying to get YouTubers to create 360-Degree Panoramic Video content. This so that when they eventually debut Google Android VR ('cause that's what I'm calling it!), they'll already be 360-Degree Panoramic Video content for nascent purchasers of VR Headsets to enjoy!

Revenue from Advertising as well as sales of VR Headsets that they might develope might be a part of their long term strategy.

Google has already provided a 360-Degree Panoramic script in Python on GitHub that YouTube Content Developers will have to incorporate into their 360-Degree Panoramic Video in order for it to run seamlessly and without errors as noted in the article “YouTube Now Lets You View And Upload 360-Degree Videos”, published MAR 14, 2015 by Amit Chowdhry, Forbes.

YouTube might however, need to create a competition to encourage YouTube Content Developers to make 360-Degree Panoramic Video. By doing this, YouTube is ensuring that by 2016, VR and AR will not only be interesting, but will become the next must-have gadget since the smartphone or the Tablet.

Here's the Link: