Charles Clanton Rogers

Reflections based on poetry, music, visual art, book reviews, history of science, first-person history, philosophical essays and International Blogging

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One of the best received of my posts was Journey of the Human  Mind  – Introduction

To appreciate today’s supplement to “Journey of the Human Mind”, click on the link below:


Next, on November 7, 2015, edition  NYT  VR   See: “The Displaced.”

The following review is not meant to be a commercial endorsement but is spotlighting a revolutionary technology in photojournalism.[and a superb educational tool]

I confess, was transfixed and astonished while waking up; This technology was delivered to me on my smartphone during my first cup of coffee:

Here is what one sees and hears (earphones):

**”This is what is happening!”,

**Your are IN  what is happening!”,

**It is beyond 3-D It is the 360-degree walk around in the scene! Your stylus turns your eyes all around and up and down!

I know Virtual Reality is not new, but to bring the World news to your handheld device? And, although there is an available view box; I did not have it nor did I need it. This 1934 model human mind was maxed-out!

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NYT VRThe app

NYT VR contains a few other interesting films that you might enjoy too. Explore “Walking New York” or “Nature Is Inspiring Our Industrial Future.” You can see the length and size of each film on the main screen before downloading it.

NYT VROther details

You can view the films on NYT VR with your iPhone or using the Google Cardboard viewer. This weekend, Sunday home delivery subscribers will receive a viewer with The New York Times and Times Insider subscribers will receive promotion codes in an email to redeem it.

Immersive experience

Just using the iPhone to view the films is an overall engaging video experience. With compelling stories from The New York Times Company, the app takes you places you haven’t seen and lets you feel as if you are really there.

NYT VR is compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch and is available for free on the App Store.

In other news, take a look at Spoken traffic alerts arrive in a Google Maps update or Meet Luma, a new device to better control your home Wi-Fi network.”

See: “The Displaced”



[2] New York Times VR

(3) “The Displaced” NYT VR

6 thoughts on “New Addendum to Journey of the Human Mind

  1. “This 1934 model human mind was maxed-out!” That gave me a chuckle.
    Technology does take us to places we never imagined. We are so lucky.
    Enjoy your day.

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  2. bbnewsab says:

    Thrilling & interesting!

    At the same time we must not forget the hallucinatory capacities of our brains. Think of shamans and their out-of-body-experiences (OBEs). Think of near-death experiences (NDEs).

    The human brain seems to know how to entertain both itself – and its owner.

    And you, KK, know how to entertain us who are members in your Readers & Writers Tribe (RWT) Community.

    Please continue sharing your memories, your thoughts, your feelings.

    We (who belong to the RWT) are all ready to listen to you, the Medicine Man (of the RWT), a.k.a. the Sage.

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    1. clanton1934 says:

      Thanks again for your sustaining enthusiasm and strong support. Any others reading these comments should understand that bbnewsab is a contributor of / responsible for a significant amount of my blog post. If you like the blogs content and its format and appearance, thank bbnewsab! c /K


  3. bbnewsab says:

    Talking of new communication technologies, how about building bridges like the one in Maricá in Brazil?

    Megalomania? Or just “ordinary” foolishness?

    The bridge I’m thinking of is the one that can be seen if you click on this link: .

    Just scroll down a bit, and the incredible bridge will appear in front of your eyes.

    I suspect the modus operandi must have been something like this:

    Always try to make the Government machine as big as possible. Don’t try to tame your creativity when it comes to governmental spending. When in doubt, just think: Hey, the taxpayers’ money belongs to the Government. And never forget the old saying: Don’t let the money burn a hole in your pocket.

    One thing is for sure, the guy who ordered the building of that bridge was not a fan of the American Tea Party movement.


    1. clanton1934 says:

      Wow! Thanks for that link. The US spends most of its tax-payer money on ” defense”, much of spent for airplanes that we don’t need, are way over budget, far late with delivery and don’t perform as promised. This money needs to be spent on education and teacher recruitment and training. Instead it is profit for the military-industrial complex. We were warn by Ike.


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