Tyler Merrill

Student- mechanical engineer, Utah State University
Kaysville, UT, United States

About Tyler

Languages

English

Areas of Expertise

Mechanical Engineering

Universities

Utah State University

Favorite talks

Comments & conversations

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Tyler Merrill
Posted almost 2 years ago
Apollo Robbins: The art of misdirection
This is absolutely crazy! I wish that my mind were good enough to pick up on extreme details like that and to be able to use them to my advantage. I have had my watch stolen off of me during a magic show that I got asked to participate in and ill tell you that it is very hard to recognize that it would be gone. I still don't understand how they unlatch it so quick without you noticing.
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Tyler Merrill
Posted almost 2 years ago
What if we could combine both of these two ideas that Jinha Lee and Sergey Brin present in order to create a digital world?
Currently there are a few problems in the world, but with this ability to move objects electronically with a headset such as Google glass then we could bring to life the childhood dream of having the superhero power of telekinesis. Also if it were far enough advanced then we would eliminate the work required when moving heavy furniture around the house or you could digitally move the dishware around and set the table for dinner. There could be many different fun and practical uses for this.
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Tyler Merrill
Posted almost 2 years ago
What if we could combine both of these two ideas that Jinha Lee and Sergey Brin present in order to create a digital world?
The reason that I suggested using Google glass is because in order to control the digital things we need to have some sort of control panel or wireless remote that would be easily accessible. Google glass would be a great way to control this since it might be something that everyone would already be using and it sits on your head so its hands free.
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Tyler Merrill
Posted almost 2 years ago
Jinha Lee: Reach into the computer and grab a pixel
Wow! This is a very interesting concept to explore and it could be taken so many different ways! As we think of our world today that is growing toward more of a technological focus on robotic systems this digital technology could completely surpass all types of robotics and would have more of a focus on digital systems. Who needs robots when you can have physical holographic items through a computer system.