You must be able to disclose some aspects can't you?
While we can't divulge any of the functions specifically, the Quadro is
a "human enhancer". This is part and parcel of a whole range of
emerging technologies whose benefits are only recently being discovered
or charted. At present there is not anything that you can do in the
Quadro that you can't accomplish alone and unaided ... except
that it will take much much longer. I 'll give you an analogy of what
the "Quadro experience" is like:
Imagine that you put on a suit of armor and this transforms you not
into Superman but more like Spiderman. You be able to do things quickly
and powerfully, but you shouldn't be able to fly nor to be
invulnerable. This is a little like
what using the Quadro will be like. Perceptions of time , distance,
and power will be altered very similar to what happens to video game
only this is in real life. Because the Quadro is a to be a connected
a lot of what it will do is mere conjecture at this moment.
What is the cocoon effect?
Originally the occupant of the Quadro was open to the air while in the
machine. Actually, the original prototypes looked rather crude.
was deemed to be safer and more comfortable if the client were
cushioned, protected from the power and rapidity of the Quadro.
(I won't bore you with the safety mechanisms installed) by
the occupant from the elements the perceptions of the user are altered
the operator can maintain a longer utilization rate and thus is subject
mental fatigue. A powerful and sophisticated apparatus in the hands of
tired or capable of making intuitive decisions that are incorrect is
an advantageous situation.
Honestly, what good is it?
Quadro is a to be a connected device to large and diverse
infrastructures. Much of the benefits are suppositions at this moment.
Like any time saving device from automatic potato peelers to electric
drills if used correctly they reduce costs, save time, provide wealth,
even save lives. What is slightly different about the Quadro is the way
it will revolutionize our civilization. Tasks that might take an
employee a full year to attain will be done in
a few hours or a few days.A distributed connected system that has never
been seen before.
Can't you make it safe?
If we take our cue from the airline industry and have only well
trained, elite, highly paid users who have access to the system then
yes, theoretically it is possible to reduce injuries and deaths to
those of the airlines. But the advantage of the Quadro is very much
like the Internet: it is very individualistic. Can you imagine twenty
or thirty people sharing a computer and only one person having the
right to use the mouse?
Because of initial high costs involved there will be group use
with one person who will pilot the Quadro. However, it is doubtful that
you will ever see the pilot/passenger ratios that you find in the
airline industry. This will limit the amount of money spent on Quadro
pilot training or render the Quadro System too expensive to implement.