You thought learning was instantaneous with your smartphone? Think again.
Our smartphone is only a two dimensional view of how we see the world around us. It’s a handy source of linked and categorized known information that will as hand a learning tool as your encyclopedia Britannica’s.
But, what about the things in the world around you that you don’t know?
Do you think it’s possible to access another dimension of learning with the world around us?
You bet, and the SCIO Kickstarter project shows just how that is possible.
Ever wonder if there are answers to these types of questions?
“How do I know which watermelon to pick at the store? Is there a way to find out which is sweetest?”
What about that Mexican Fiesta you’re throwing with your friends on Friday. But, it’s Monday and while at the store you want to know “which avocado will be ripe by Friday?”
Or “How many calories, carbs, and proteins are in this shake?” Or in any meal for that matter.
Gardner’s, you can analyze the molecular structure of your plants before (those of us without a green thumb) kill them. With SCIO, It’s now possible to view the life of the plant at a molecular level to determine how to keep it alive.
Wowed yet? If not, it certainly takes a lot to impress you!
“What if there is a way to know the chemical make-up of everything you come in contact with?”
I’m sure by now you have learned, SCIO makes it possible.
Using a small chip called a spectrometer the SCIO technology allows users to scan objects (using light) to determine its chemical makeup. The information is sent to their cloud and analyzed by their algorithm and then reveals the molecular structure of any object directly to your phone; in real time.
The more things you scan, the more SCIO learns about the things that are important to you, individually. To explore our world “You no longer have to be a scientist, you just have to follow your curiosities; and every time you scan your helping build the world’s first database of matter.”
This breakthrough is a crowdsourcing innovation of monumental proportions. Our environmental explorations allow us to compile information as we learn. Like never before we will be able to work together to provide developments that lead the way to new discoveries in research, medication, education, food systems and our environment.
The future is upon us in a way we could have never imagined. I’ve backed, will you?