27 October 2008

I've been tasked to build bridges!

That's right, I have to build bridges between a 3D graphics file format as a fabric of a computer-aided mirror world building and those CSCers and clients who will login to my webcast 11 Dec 08. My LEF Grant director tasked me to build bridges because my audience will need a clear path from their idea of what I'm presenting to my vision of what I haven't implemented in software, hardware and netware. It's that simple--your recurring communications challenge between the infopreneur and the interested few.

Paul G. and I met for the first time this month in Garrity's Bar & Grill at the Hyatt Regency Tech Center (Denver, CO). He gave me a copy of CSC's Digital Disruptions, a LEF Report that just hit the street. I read it on the 12-hr flight to Kuwait City, Kuwait. If you can get a copy do so, it's a treasure trove of disruptive trends in our digital lifestyle that you must know about.

The way I see it, there are at least four bridges for me to build. the first bridge is between the audience's idea of planning and preserving a lifetime of financial transactions and my idea of artifically intelligent LifeGraph software/netware application (nHand) with 3D graphics, haptics and acoustics. Those financial transactions are derived from a person's medical and health profile, material and non-material possessions, which may have the motion capture profile of each embedded in its data structure. The idea that the creator of the service and/or good is the creator of the 3D content must get emphasized because the idea downplays the consumer authoring their own scene graphs when the manufacturer and service provider are being persuaded to do so by increasing the potential for LifeGraph customers to aggregrate their structural and behavior patterns for sell back to the product developers that contributed to it in the first place.

The second bridge is between the audience's likely perception of another database product heavily dependent on manual input and configuration in a competitive market of resource management solutions and my Blue Ocean Strategy to create a market that will serve those who don't even realize they want to be served with a solution like LifeGraph. Some call this thought process a solution looking for a problem. On the personal level, Franklin-Covey planning systems, Intuit's Quicken, or ERP, MRP solutions on the corporate and governmental levels are icons to compare LifeGraph's features.

The third bridge is between the audience's inevitable assocation or familiarization with Second Life's feature set and what this LifeGraph feature set has that is enabled with X3D. X3D is extensible because it leverages the XML so I have to show the demarcation of the file format, the XML database, X3D browser, ECMAScript and Java function, feature and object points that will make this a killer app like search, email and desktop publishing applications.

The fourth bridge is between the customer value proposition via this vaporware descriptoin and the beginnings of the unified ontology, system architecture diagrams and life cycle maintenance strategy to keep up with the evolution of humans & medicine, earth science and product development.

With these four bridges illustrated in MS PowerPoint hopefully using some X3D for each bridge, I will suceed at creating a view into a future where citizens, corporate officials and government officials are empowered with their patterns of behaviors to use at their will and advantage to plan better and/or prove their case.