On how you study poets:
Oh, for Christ’s sake, one doesn’t study poets! You read them, and think,…
TellSpec analyzes the findings using the algorithm and sends a report to your phone telling you the allergens, chemicals, nutrients, calories, and ingredients in the food.
TellSpec is a three-part system which includes: (1) a spectrometer scanner (2) an algorithm that exists in the cloud; and (3) an easy-to-understand interface on your smartphone.
This product has raised over $400,000 on IndieGoGo with a product that is completely technically impossible and will likely remain that way for at least a decade. The things they say the product can do, it cannot do. Portable spectrometers hit the marketing only a few years ago and cost about $250,000 - they are pre-selling these made up things on IGG for $250.
Even those $250,000 scanners can’t do what they claim this product can do. I’ve never seen a more deceptive crowd funding campaign in my life and it’s kinda pissin’ me off.
If you see this posted on facebook or elsewhere, please tell your people that it’s a scam and they should get their money back asap.
The alarming disregulation of crowdfunding keeps racking up victims.
David Szauder, a German digital artist, takes interest in the glitch phenomenon. Failed Memory, the name of the compilation of images, showcases photographs that are purposely altered.
His technique literally translates to the themes he is working with here: memory and the possible failure to reconstruct them. Much like the files on our computer’s memory, human recollection of events might get distorted throughout time.