Charles Windlin Development Digitus Ring

Prove promising futurodizayna and its positive impact on the jewelry. Determine how realistic practical implementation of the proposed hypothesis about the success of the idea of such a synthesis. With the rapid development of microelectronics, many designers are turning to the use of information technology in jewelry jewelry, and in this direction already exist rather interesting patterns. Here are examples of some of them. Ring Business Card American designer Japanese Matsui has invented a new form of business cards.

The so-called information ring their holders to share personal data with a handshake. When shaking hands ring transmit information and stores the information about the owners – phone numbers, email addresses, other contact information, and photos. After meeting with new business partners, you can pump the collected information to a ring on a personal computer. Energy source for the "business cards of the xxi century" should serve as a warm human body (Fig. 1). Ring of Charles Windlin Development Digitus Ring includes 1,400 magnetic spheres each of which can rotate. Also in the ring are computer chips, allowing to control colors of the ring – from a darker to lighter.

While this ring is able to tell time or, for example, date of wedding anniversary. In what may be the complement (Fig. 2). Figure 1. Ring business card Fig.2. Digitus Ring The Remember Ring One day before a special event in the life of its owner the inner surface of this wonderful ring is heated to 120 F (48 C) for about 10 seconds and continues to heat up, hour after hour for all day long.

Technology in Rural Areas

The latest technology, a villager jokingly said: “Well, you have pulled a couple of teeth! If you return to your village, who will treat your teeth? Since since last 4 years. During this time a lot has changed. her family “grew up”, now she has 5 children. Her dental office is considered the best in the Ryazan region. Their teeth treated her not only the wealthy villagers, but also Muscovites, and the citizens of other countries, those where the medicine is much more expensive.

And how many more people in the villages are engaged in creative work and they sell their work. Someone using the Internet, as someone already regular customers. In villages and villages in the Ryazan region are not only retirees. In fact, in my village can meet a lot of young people and families. Where are the works “new” rural youth? These families moved from the cities, many of them are unfamiliar with subtleties of Agriculture. While some people learn farming others have found an alternative in freelancing (freelancer).

Given the fact that the village of the 21 st century different from the 20 th century village, earning potential widened. Youth masters (about six months), a new profession and start earning through the Internet. The most popular types of earnings in the Internet: the translations, the solution control (student projects) activities associated with design and website promotion (optimization and promotion). In general, the village is not “deaf” to the work as it might appear to local residents (some of which are tractor drivers, and some – milkmaids). No want to offend the indigenous villager, but time will pass and he, too, can learn from the computer and earn with this wonderful and vital gizmos. Not be ruled out that years later tsat tired, worn out urban dwellers will move to the countryside and will not live in a concrete box, a third of the day to hold the road and will not listen to claims extravagant head))) So, if the idea is to buy a house beckons you, but scares the lack of work, then most likely you just need time to find his job;) While some missing a desire to move into the village, and the rest somehow it comes to their tranquil village life.

Bringing Technology to the People

In order to get broadband high-speed internet technology infrastructure to rural communities in the Berkshire Mountains, the Broadband for the Berkshires/Southern Berkshire Technology Committee has been formed.   The belief of this committee is that without access to high-speed internet technology it is impossible in today’s day and age for a community to develop economically.  Not only is the economic base of a community at risk without fast internet, but other essential elements of life need the internet just to keep up. Areas like education, communications, health, safety and the general quality of life are dependent to a large extent on the accessibility the citizens of the community have to the internet.

The initiative for rural communities to get on-line stems from the same forces that propelled these communities to seek out access to electricity and to telephone services in bygone times. The issue of the day is fast internet access, and Broadband for the Berkshires is working on getting the rural communities of the Berkshires on line.