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Entrepreneur, IT rockstar and philanthropic badass+ - Entrepreneur, IT rockstar and philanthropic badass+ Menu Skip to content Welcome My Bucket List Speaks Search for: Orlando Rainbow June 20, 2016IRL, UncategorizedMichael Toudal I am You – You are Me #orlando Affectionate Desire Intimacy Tolerance Stimulating Togetherness Energy Home Intuition Courage Passion Warmth Balance Security Abundance Stimulating Adventure Enthusiasm Sociable Strength Fun Discovery Optimism Happiness Laughter Enthusiasm Friendliness Uplifting Self-Esteem Electrified Thrilling Thankfull Exhilaration Hope Creativity Fortune Growth Sustainable Youth Trust Collaborative Empathy Humility Healing Insightfull Mindfullness Integritet Intuition Emotion Appreciation Patience Genuine Ethics Honor Harmony Grounded Spiritual Powerfull Blissfull Solitude Knowledge Far-Sighted Confidence Fantasy Nobility Idealism Creativity Constructivism Pioneering Learning Details Attention Unending Love Devotion Wanderlust Thankfulness Lumigon T3 – A Tough Viking Flagship May 13, 2016Blog, Reviewgadgets, lumigon, wearables, worldclassMichael Toudal Review and early verdict of the Lumigon T3: What a nice piece of technology! Let’s kick it of with the big question. Is it worth the money? Every penny I say! This flagship isn’t just the top of Lumigon’s line, it’s one of the best smartphones in the world, fully featured with all the functionality you really need including a night vision camera. I usually don’t buy stuff but when I do I go for quality and I’ve held plenty of smartphones over the years, none as remarkable as the T3. When you look at it head-on, it’s unmistakably a Lumigon, though the top button of the display was moved to the side to make room for the discrete but distinct colored notification light and to improve usability and one-handed gripping. Ever since I got my first Lumigon I have been following the official website anticipating the arrival of the next Lumigon cell available for purchase directly on the official Lumigon website. I was so excited to receive my new cell within a few days of placing the order and after charging I had to use it right away booting and applying Wi-Fi credentials in order to completed the 2-Step Verification sign-on to Google and get the migration going. I have never hear that any other smartphone support hot swapping a SIM card. It seems crazy amazing this is possible so obviously I had to try it out inserting my nanoSIM while the smartphone was on. Everything went smooth as expected and most Android users are probably familiar with Google’s smart way of handling the transition to a new phone. The Lumigon T2 HD had at the time of release the world’s largest internal memory of a whopping 128 GB. Lucky for us consumers this has not changed as Lumigon T3 ship with 128 GB as standard. I find it crazy that most smartphones on the market is packaged with tiny memory even though some offer an option to upgrade. Considering the specifications for high performance this product meets my expectations to the fullest with a huge processor upgrade to a 2.2 ghz 64 bit octa core Helio X10, as fast as several similar devices with advanced multitasking capabilities. The general UI is smooth, fast and pretty amoled active-matrix organic light-emitting diode display in a bright and crisp 720 x 1280p resolution. The dual nanoSIM card tray fits with precision inside the elegant steel frame and you do not even need a tool to open the casing. The dual SIM feature is very useful especially for the frequent traveler. To my knowledge only very few models offer this capability. The feel is really nice weighing in at a 145 g and the classy stainless-steel, easy to access buttons and the uncompromising construction excellence utilization of premium materials such as ultra-hard molybdenum marine-grade stainless steel and Corning? Gorilla? Glass 4 really gives a feel of quality with the now enlarged 4.8″ HD screen. The backside has a perfectly working 13 MP 4K PDAF Isocell camera with active object tracking and flash along with a night vision camera and the frontside is a very nice 5 megapixel camera with frontflash great for selfies or as mirror while applying lip gloss. As of May 2016 only 7.5% of all Android devices is running Marshmallow as such it is a true love story with a highly dependent relationship between hardware vendors and the operating system. Most Android users are probably familiar with Google’s smart personal assistant Google Now. At least since the Android 4.4 KitKat voice commands are profoundly integrated with the Android user interface. Google works constantly on Google Now to make it an even more immersive and helpful tool. The capabilities in Android Marshmallow is astounding and it makes perfect sence of my talk, even in danish! It takes 1.5-2 hours to fully charge the phone supported by USB Type-C’s power delivery spec. To help keep data usage down and prolong battery life and in general keep battery juice from magically disappearing, you should ensure each app is behaving appropriately so check its settings for “Update Frequency”. Some social apps are set to update every 15 minutes. I set mine to update every 4 hours, or while recharging. Some apps even have an option to synchronize only while connected to Wi-Fi. Keep in mind that you can turn on push notifications in the smartest apps and always in the applications configuration list in the operating system. This will keep your battery usage to a minimum and on most apps I don’t want to be disrupted by information before asking for it. The Lumigon action key is simply ingenious and smart in nature. Behaviour can be configured and is by default compiled to certain functions depending on the situation. Click the activity button and it turns on the flashlight but if you are in a conference call, a click will begin record conversations without the annoying beep we all know about. There is no way to take out the battery or open the back lid as the phone is manufactured to be resistant to low-pressure foreign particles. This means the phone resists light exposure to water and dust so you can continue to talk during a rainfall without worrying or complete a sweaty workout in the desert. There is still some development and design issues that needs to be solved before we all can take pictures underwater but as of now the T3 is hydrophobic. Bet the follow up model will be completely adopted, because Dr. LG is a true viking creating sustainable technology trying to solve things to benefit everyone. The sales package includes perfectly rated headset in a stylish design and fantastic clear hi-fi sound with a deep responsive bass for a rich listening experience along with a recharger with a braided fabric cable to protected and avoid twist and squeeze damage. Night vision is barely out of its technological infancy and amending a infrared searchlight to image converter in a smartphone device intended for civilian use is certainly a first for me. It is astoundingly practical while taking pictures or making videos in the dark and it is super fun to play around with almost like cats vision when the flash would drain the battery. If you have Chromecast plugged to your HDTV’s HDMI port the Lumigon T3 works perfectly as a portal to fling content to the TV screen. This works with Sidewinder as well but I did not try it yet. The Lumigon product line has all along propose to replace your TV remote as a nifty way to save money on batteries by being the sustainable remote that empower your flat screens. Fingerprint authentication is a smart and contemporary security feature. Personally, with joy and delight, I had a chance to observe the pairing of the Lumigon smartphone to the so very nice onboard navigation system in a high-end Tesla. The pairing process was quite seamless. All in all my verdict is the Lumigon T3 is an incredible little machine. Pyro Board the Coolest Flaming Audio Visualizer That Ever Existed April 21, 2014Bloggadgets, worldclassMichael Toudal When my last blog said hold your breath the blog did not say how long you should hold it. I did not anticipate the many cool gadgets that are out there. Y is an interesting letter, don’t you think? Time is essence so I’ve been a busy-bee coding making all things possible. Denmark is world-class and famous for only a very few things. But what’s the next bacon? Moore’s law is logarithmic and it is spreading into every business sector. Let’s find limits by pushing it. On this high note of hope for adventure and yearning for technology to leapfrog the chasm. One invention I would like to share at this time is a 2D Rubens’ Tube by Sune Nielsen. This Pyro Board is the coolest demonstration of chemistry and science and definently the rock’n’roll way to hookup any sound system at a private party. If you’re just here for music and fire, skip to 3:38. It’s mesmerizing. Four Letter Technology Hold Your Breath February 15, 2014Bloggadgets, inenglishMichael Toudal Transparent, bendable and curved LED screens. A large number of wrist bands, watches, drones, robots, googles and glasses are all promising technology productized and available in 2014. Is there anything out there still mindblowing and unnoticed. Very much so and I will try to highlight some of these innovations in a series of blogs . NYMI – Put your heart into it Nymi is a very exciting hardware start-up. The Nymi is the first wearable authentication technology that allows the user to take control of his or her identity through cardiac rhythm recognition. Nymi communicates your identity to your surroundings using your unique electrocardiogram (heart beat rhythm) authenticating and posting your identity through an embedded sensor. You will never need to bring your keys, locate your wallet, use a keypad or remember a password. Nymi is both practical and elegant. Unlike fingerprints, retinal scans or image recognition the biometrics of EKG patterns are not easily forged or lifted. Of course there is the troublesome challenge that the end-user retain some sort of heart condition and loose the signature. The success of the Nymi is not so simple as it depends on integration and the availability of compatible devices. Is this solution durable compared to micro-implants? No… but we are not there yet. getnymi.com KIWI – One device The Kiwi Move is an all-purpose wearable device released under the Creative Commons license model. It is a multi-sensor wearable device that aims to shortcut the tedious interface to all our other gadgets as well as make it easy for developers to create new tools for the consumer market. The quantified self movement is still very young and brings about alot of issues like non-repudiation, integrity, data privacy and the effectiveness of monitoring and nudging daily routines impacting how we work, live and play. The Kiwi wearable is a really nifty gadget and I have already placed a pre-order. kiwiwearables.com VIGO – Be alert when you need to be Have you ever fallen a sleep driving a car? I have and that was a scary experience. The gadget Vigo knows your drowsy before you do and is the very first connected energy gauge to quantify your alertness. The wake-up signal can be a soft pulsing vibration, a discrete LED light, or even your favorite pump-up song. Students from PenAm developed this so cool gadget but does this innovative start-up have any real future? Sadly, I think not. The algorithm is way to simple and can be developed in a couple of weeks with a mirror-inverted front camera based on Google Glass. Best exit for Vigo is to sell cheap to Google sooner than later. wearVigo.com MUSE – Do more with your mind Muse is an EEG brain sensing headband that monitor your gray matter activity. Physical and cognitive well-being support your everyday decision making but equally important is the emotions that control you as well as actually really listening. Muse is designed to improve concentration, sharpen your brain, being a better listener, focus and relax when needed as well as improve in these areas. By gaining control of thoughts and emotions it should be easier to manage stress and overcome difficult situations. Muse does not facilitate any kind of action by thought and telekinesis does not seem to be on the roadmap. For that kind of technology we should look to the Emotiv EPOC Headset and that deserves a blog all by it self. interaxon.ca Cyberpunk Before We Are Ready Cyberpunk is the gunslingers tale of Earth in another Era. A cyberwired population, black-ice, AI’s and transcendent hackers rule the augmented space of reality. Bet this babe wear ionic silver coated military spec anti-everything fabrican spray on skin and clothes. February 5, 2014Blogcyberpunk, future, personalMichael Toudal Creative Capital by Crowdfunding January 26, 2014Projectsinenglish, web2.0Michael Toudal SMB‘s and start-ups has always needed funds to maximize their chances of success and obtaining money for a project has never been easy. The overall venture market has been shrinking since the last financial bubble and in the current environment banks will not lend to an entrepreneur. The chance of getting hold of some public or private equity is hard to nearly impossible. Large attractive business cases and complex specifications satisfy the bank and professional investors, but entrepreneurs often have very limited resources and maybe only little to no experience in creating the various documents in the proper quality where funds are eventually obtained. The focused entrepreneur may not even dare to invest the time required and instead prioritize profitable or close to profitable opportunities. It is a most severe crisis when the pattern of investment change focus to lower-risk segments and increase allocation to existing portfolios. Where do the creative obtain those small bet seed-stage investments and who dare venture, risking health and personal relations, when the pipeline looks this grim? Have you ever borrowed money from your friends? That is peer-to-peer lending. At some point you pay your friends back to ensure they will lend you another day. Crowdfunding is different. Crowdfunding is a collective of individuals who pool their money. It is a crowd-sourced Internet fundraising system, where you donate your money without obligation and you will probably never see a dime of it again. The entrepreneur could pay you back or offer some token in return, but the whole idea is to use your micro investment to successfully complete and implement the project you support. When you do not love money it is easier to invest profitable. If you do not need money you can decide to invest with a philanthropic mindset or even let your heart guide you. Everyone can spare 10 dollars and in crowdfunding it is the power of the masses that ensure the health of the project kickoff. Crowdfunding has evolved over the last decade, first in the film and music industries, later in journalism and charity. All to aggregate lots of small donations to fund their creative work. Today this new type of venture capital is generally accepted and you can really find projects trying to accomplish anything you can imagine. Someone really really famous once advised us to not bury our talents. Successful projects, usually require an anchor audience. Traditionally this would be a paying customer or an angel investor but with crowdfunding it is possible for complete strangers, friends or fans to engage the micropatronage, solely by enjoying the association with the project or to eventually receive a signed copy, credit online or a sponsored token. Browse the thousands of amazing campaigns on the Indiegogo website to find your inspiration. Ready For Aerial Multirotor Camera Drones? January 8, 2014Bloggadgets, inenglish, LolzMichael Toudal Much attention is being devoted to military drones these days, so much it’s easy to forget that the military’s long-term strategy for unmanned systems up til now has been a short journey and there is a long roadmap ahead before this technology is old news. Without contemplating the ethics, quite impressive drones take out gangsters in the middle-east with precision that only a autonomous robotics are able to perform. The future of military advancement will be impressive but lets not forget it is not all war toys and surveillance robots. Commercial flying machines have been released to the general public as gadgets controlled by android systems, tablets or with a regular remote. Though this commercial technology mostly leaves us without autonomy, and in the cheap models a very limited range control, it is a great opportunity to just have fun. Think of the possibilities in sports combining these flying gadgets with the Oculus Rift technology. This type of immersive display gives a profound experience and you would not even have to go to the gym to practice. The typical injury would probably be headaches and backpain but it could very much be a candidate for next generation Olympics. Robots combating in a speedball or quidditch kinda setup where elite combatants would probably all be underage. It would be quite entertaining television. So is this technology creepy at all? It is definitely a disruptive technology and should challenges the general populations perceptions of what is possible. Quite interesting gadget and it is an opportunity do aerial mapping for agriculture, conservation, monitoring wildlife or maybe even mining. It could revolutionize, if not like in the case of home 3D printer. I do not think commercial drones will be made illegal but realizing the concept of what it actually is it gives a creepy edge to stalking and paparazzi photography. With a professional telephoto lense, on board infrared camera and the flight recorder these things could be lurking into the private homes, sixth floor bedrooms and hotels taking pictures of us taking a dump, walking butt naked or as vile as used for the perfect murder. Even though drones should probably be grounded around New Years it would make a fantastic video shoot. The drones available would not survive a hit by the powerful explosives in rockets nowadays. The AR Drone parrot creates its own Wi-Fi spot as long as your IOS or android system is within a 100 meter radius you shouldn’t have a problem. Each drone is tagged with a unique signature. So if it somehow did get lost, it is easily tracked back to its owner. Wireless 3G Internet is possible but there might be some latency issues. At any rate your drone will just hover if connection is lost with your device. A hobby grade DJI Phantom along with the AR Drone Parrot seems to be the popular choices available. The commercial drones range from a couple hundred dollars to several thousands. Autonomous Driving vs. Cars on Fire January 5, 2014BloginenglishMichael Toudal How convenient a decision is that? The unintelligent renewal of highways costs lost hours and lives. The two most valuable things as I see it. Every day there are endless traffic jams and major accidents caused by dangerous construction sites along highways. In Denmark the metro system is one of the few bright spots in technological infrastructure advancement. Vacuum trains, Zeppeliner, Intelligent Energy, Skyjet and thorium engines all seems to have a very hard time crossing the chasm. If we had constructed a Rapid Urban Transportation Facility or Flexible (RUF) back when everyone, including those with real power, agreed that it was a good idea, we would have said f**k you’ll and have had an excellent system for transportation. If the Danish Technology University (DTU) project RUF had got the funding and executive support we could have build the RUF tracks in gold, just to show off how much money we had saved. The extra hour working, while passing tourists in cars and the deprecated trucks we use for transporting our goods, would have accumulated to significant advancement. Everyone would have saved thousands on gas, our universal healthcare system would have been less burdened and high-end flying systems would have been more common. Today the founding father and inventor of RUF, Palle R. Jensen, is negotiating to transfer his innovation to collect dust at our National Museum of Technology. Decision-makers should be capable, timely aligned with foresight, supported by statistical facts and proven to pain their money where their mouth is. It seems to me that our government seldom scope and measure business cases by the customer lifetime value to be bigger than customer acquisition cost. In the case of national affairs we, the population, are the customer. I do expect that Google will win Nascar in an autonomous driving car in the near future unless it is Volvo who takes the honored title. This link describes what is presumably the first large-scale autonomous car appraisal. Personally I will probably be a laggard in this area and have a hard time letting go of the manual button. Driving my motorcycle is like meditation and very much sacred to me. Animations from an entrepreneurs life Success in entrepreneurship is walking from failure to failure with no loss of enthusiasm. You dare realize that the most valuable thing you can make is a mistake – you can’t learn anything from being perfect. Entrepreneurship is understand Forrest Gump logic… Stupid is as stupid does. Entrepreneurs understand that vision without action is daydreaming and action without vision is a nightmare. Some people dream of great accomplishments, entrepreneurs stay awake and do them. Entrepreneurs do not fail. They find 1,000 ways it won’t work. Try not. Do or do not. There is no try. In order to succeed in entrepreneurship, your desire for success must be greater than your fear of failure. Being realistic is not the main thing and example is the only option to influence other people. Pursuit is when you do not own a TV and the last movie you watched was the story of your life. Percussive maintenance might be your technical term for hitting something until it works. But when logic will get you from A to B. Imagination will take you everywhere. Entrepreneurship first rule is know to listen to your gut, no matter how good something sounds on paper. The second is…. And the third is that sometimes your best investments are the ones you don’t make. January 1, 2014 Google Chromecast December 18, 2013ReviewsMichael Toudal Tired of endless device cabling and does your employer spend way too much money on docking stations? The Google Chromecast may just be a nifty way to save money and empower your flat screen. It is not the first Web-to-TV gadget, but possibly the easiest and definitely the cheapest. The Chromecast plugs into the HDTV’s HDMI port, connects to your Wi-Fi network, and works as a portal to fling content from your PC, laptop, tablet or smartphone to the TV screen. There is no need for a remote or any separate user interface, as your device connecting to Chromecast becomes the remote. The Google Chromecast device features: 1. Streaming content from the Google Chrome browser. 2. Streaming video and music for a high quality experience. 3. Slideshows of pictures on to your TV screen. 4. Extended PC display to your TV screen for efficiency. Just after the Chromecast launch it was sold out everywhere. Today you can buy the Google Chromecast HDMI Streaming Media Player device on Amazon.com Posts navigation ← Older posts hello Tweets by @opntel Science Daily Alzheimer fibrils at atomic resolution New way to inhibit development of lung cancer Microscopic collisions help proteins stay healthy Why you're stiff in the morning: Your body suppresses inflammation when you sleep at night Recent Comments Rikke Skj?de Baes on A Thousand Positive Words Michael Toudal on My Lumigon GorillaGlass ICEpower anti-print Alyson Emmins on My Lumigon GorillaGlass ICEpower anti-print Michael T. on Gravatar – A Globally Recognized Avatar Tag Cloud cyberpunk emoticons future gadgets indanish inenglish Lolz lumigon macro music personal tattoo wearables web2.0 worldclass WordPress =)

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