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Official website of Kindle Best-Selling Author -- Thomas K. Carpenter.
His novels include The Digital Sea trilogy, the Gamers trilogy and the Alexandrian Saga. He also writes short stories and edits a yearly anthology about augmented reality called Mirror Shards. His fiction can be found at all online retailers in electronic and paperback form.
If you would like to communicate futher, please contact him at carpe (at) centurytel (dot) net. You can also follow on twitter - @thomaskcarpente.
"...I love young adult dystopia novels...this book ranks with some of the best…" Available on Kindle, Nook, and Smashwords. $6.99 and Paperback $16.99 and Audiobook $19.95 "Book Two of the Gamers Trilogy" Available on Kindle, Nook, and Smashwords. $6.99 and Paperback $16.99 "Book Three of the Gamers Trilogy " Available on Kindle, Nook, and Smashwords. $6.99 and Paperback $16.99 "...I truly loved and enjoyed this book…" Available on Kindle, Nook, and Smashwords. $7.99 and Paperback $17.99 and Audiobook $19.95 "Book Two of The Digital Sea Trilogy" Available on Kindle, Nook, and Smashwords. $7.99 and Paperback $17.99 "...a riveting read that shouldn't be overlooked…" Available on Kindle, Nook, and Smashwords. $7.99 and Paperback $17.99 Extending the Edges of Augmented Reality (An Anthology) Available on Kindle, Nook, and Smashwords. $6.99 and Paperback $14.99 Kindle Best-Selling Short Story Available on Kindle, Nook, and Smashwords. $2.99 "...doesn't let up until the final sentence…" Kindle Best-Selling Novelette Available on Kindle, Nook, and Smashwords. $2.99
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Tag Archives: future-technology
Tweet Reality is perception. Perception is made from the sum of our experiences filtered through our current bodily state. Augmented reality can change perception by showing you a different world than the one expected. Yes, we can gorge ourselves on … Continue reading
Tweet The Dangers of Computer Vision. (I thought about calling this article “The Passive and Insidious Collection of Data with Cameras” or “Should We Fear Facial Recognition?” but I think the current title gets the point across.) Computer algrorithms have reached the … Continue reading
Tweet Life is random and full of amusement. Had a busy, productive week for the current novel project about Alexandria. Added a few posts to Games Alfresco–one about a new AR RPG called Traveller and another about an interactive billboard. … Continue reading
Tweet Kinect brings the Etch-A-Sketch to any available window surface. Nothing like playful window glass to make you feel like a kid again (even if your first instinct is to write a dirty word.) Read more at the Nordstrom blog.
Tweet Another Kinect-fueled innovation from CASALA. Me wants. Hook up a human-sized RPG and I can LARP in the safety of my own home (except for the mocking laughter of my children.)
Tweet I’ve been trying to get information from Laster Technologies on their AR glasses for about half a year. Then today, a little video popped up on YouTube showcasing their glasses. I don’t know much more about them other than what’s … Continue reading
Tweet The HMDs are here! The HMDs are here! Okay, maybe it’s not that exciting, especially when you realize that the Mirage from Arcane Technologies is not a stylish pair of glasses or even some retro steampunk goggles outfitted with AR HMD gear. … Continue reading
Tweet There’s always that one guy who posts “First!” on every comment thread. Total Immersion gets to be the lucky bloke to put the first augmented reality app onto the iPad2. And I for one salute them. The tablets are … Continue reading
Tweet The continued advance of computer intelligence, riding the rails of Moore’s Law, have made events like IBM’s Watson win over two champions on Jeopardy inevitable. While thoughts of the Singularity, a future in which we cannot predict because computers will out-innovate humans, … Continue reading