This disabilities journalist continues to blog through the night to describe how 3-and 4-D technology will help elderly and disabled individuals lead better and more productive lives as a result of novel engineering techniques that make your head feel as if it will explode. Of course, the fourth dimension is Time.
You Can't Always Get What You Want
I am waving from over here trying to reply to your reply of my reply on the Voices of Central Pennsylvania site. Other readers: http://voicesweb.org/won%E2%80%99t-ride-%E2%80%98em-cowboy-my-final-column#comment-2634 Start at the beginning to keep up to date on my ongoing correspondence with Bill Eichman, President of Voices and its brilliant webmaster, regarding why I have stopped writing a column on disability and elderly related issues.
Regarding: "You Can't Always Get What You Want," I can.
Right now, I am publishing a blog on 3- and 4-D technology instrumental in improving the design of elderly and disability housing, a subject on which I have some experience since I live in housing intended for elderly and disabled people such as myself.
The blog will discuss such tools as:
- Google’s Sketchup (available for free)http://sketchup.google.com/download/#utm_campaign=en&utm_source=en-ha-na-us-google&utm_medium=ha&utm_term=SketchUp
- Second Life describes itself as "a free 3D virtual world where users can socialize, connect and create using free voice and text chat."
The free download does not occupy much computer room: http://www.amazon.com/You-Cant-Always-What-Want/dp/B0016CRWW0/ref=dm_att_trk3
Sketchup is a favorite. I just made my first 3-D drawing. It is not exactly a drawing. It is OY VAY! in what appears to be 40 foot 3-D letters. I can see Oy Vey! from:
I make the letters take shape. Type fonts such as Arial black begin to take over my world.
Join me in my new world at Disability Beat Covers Virtual Reality. http://disabilitybeatcoversvirtualreality.blogspot.com/