05 August 2013

my IRAD proposal slide one note

Last year I responded to a invitation for IRAD proposals. I submitted one but I didn't receive any useful feedback. Tell me what you think about my idea based on the notes in the 9-slide deck. Extant health records (aka. Electronic Medical Record, Personal Health Record, Electronic Patient Record, …) are without anthropometric interfaces for the patient, the payers or the providers. I assert such an interface with data structures for real-time 3D visualization (graphics), 3D auralization & sonification (acoustics) and haptic feedback (haptics) is the key to user addiction and viral adoption of health graphs into life management including postmortem disposition for all ages (zygote to super centenarian) and genders shortly after its initial release. The term record connotes the past and health graph is a term for connoting the future through postmortem disposition along with the past—your health and that of your bloodline. Moreover, serving customers via health graphs will catalyze the industries for digital human models, which human simulation and humanoid animation software and services, many Cloud based but others locally executed, will capitalize for acute and novel events in peoples’ lives. More health data (primitive and derived) equates to more revenue and profit for everyone in the chains (supply, value, …) of those data. No one knows how much health data from instruments and recorded human observations are generated as a function of age and gender amongst other subcategories during a 100-Yr lifetime including postmortem disposition so this project will create a baseline to frame the business case for developing the technology needed for health graph software and health management services during a century of life then postmortem disposition.

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