Microsoft Sent Superman to the Phantom Zone and Red Wagon Jams Traffic

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On this week’s GetConnected Video Podcast, Microsoft partners with Warner Brothers to send Superman to the Phantom Zone. Project Silica is a technology that Microsoft working on that allows long term storage using a silica-based storage medium. One that doesn’t get degraded over time and that has an uncanny resemblance to those glass panels that transport criminals like General Zod to the phantom zone in. Using this technology, they were able to digitally store the original Superman movie. And did you hear about how 99 phones in a red wagon caused a traffic jam? We talk about how an artist used Google maps to create ‘art’.

Finally, we learn about NEOFECT, a company that ‘gamifies’ stroke rehabilitation to help survivors recover faster than ever. And how much does YouTube make? This and more on the February 8, 2020 edition of the GetConnected Video Podcast.

This week’s hosts are Mike Agerbo , AJ Vickery and John Biehler. Joining us is our special guest, Scott Kim, CEO & Co-Founder of NEOFECT USA.

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