Company President’s Acclaimed Thriller, “Goshawk,” Featured at Penn Law Event
Stamford, CT, June 1, 2014 – As part of University of Pennsylvania’s 2014 Alumni Reunions on May 17 in Philadelphia, PA, the University of Pennsylvania Law School sponsored a book signing event featuring graduates of Penn Law who had recently published books, both fiction and non-fiction.
Newly published fiction authors on the panel included: Michael Anderson, L’09,Provoke Not the Children, President of HoloTouch, Inc., Doug McPheters, L’72, Goshawk, and Michael Monk, L’74, The Tragedy of Orenthal, Prince of Brentwood.
Recently published non-fiction authors included Evan Aidman, L’83, Winning Personal Injury Cases, Dennis Drabelle, L’69, The Great American Railroad War, Maryam Jamshidi, L’07, The Future of the Arab Spring, Maria Pabon Lopez, L’89. Persistent Inequalities: Contemporary Realities in the Education of Undocumented Latina/o Students, Corey Shdaimah, GL’98, Negotiating Justice: Progressive Lawyering, Low-Income Clients and the Quest for Social Change, and The Honorable E. Norman Veasey, L’57, and Christine DiGuglielmo, L’03, Indispensable Counsel: The Chief Legal Officer in the New Realty.
Pharmaceutical Controls with Zero Contamination Transfer
Article published by Pharmaceutical Processing magazine in March, 2014 about creative use of the Company’s intuitive, touchless control technology in the pharmaceutical industry and how that innovative technology provides simple, intuitive human-machine interfaces for industrial equipment with no contamination transfer and no moving parts to fail under use or abuse. Full Text of Article
HoloTouch® HMI Technology’s Potential Explored at Augmented Realty Conference – Augmented Reality Mainstream by 2017
Raleigh, NC, August 22, 2013 – As an invited speaker, Michael Brown, owner of Incog Augmented Reality, informed an audience of game designers and animators about the importance of augmented reality in future mobile development. “There will be 2.5 billion augmented reality applications downloaded by 2017”, Brown said. He also went on to say, “As mobile devices get more powerful and efficient, augmented reality will become more prevalent.”
Mr. Brown also mentioned his research with HoloTouch, Inc.’s touchless, holographic switches: “holographic technology could be a logical progression in the development of future user interfaces. Basic switch design will mature and advanced features will become available.”
The quarterly Autodesk users conference, hosted by Breakiron Animation, featured speakers from Incog AR, Ubisoft / Red Storm and Imagineer systems .
Incog AR is a privately-owned Raleigh based augmented reality design firm. Incog AR is certified by one of the largest worldwide AR technology companies, Metaio GmbH.
Media contact:Michael Brown Michael@incogAR.com www.incogAR.com