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America, land of the too much free .. free to the point that every one became distracted that free didn't mean free but rather free for a select few .. the founding few .. #FoundersPride
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Update - Perpetual Motion Rough Draft 2 (V.2)
Update - Domain Name Change (48 Hour Notice)
Following recent confirmation, be advised that within the next 48 hours, vtyhw.com will be recessed into a forwarding domain and the new main internet address will be tvmiller.com. Please make the appropriate changes to bookmarks and electronic mailing addresses at this time and additionally be advised of a particular downtime while this transition occurs. My next posting will follow the completion of the propagation and will provide information regarding any additional alterations subsequent.

Update - Centered Surround Sound
The conceptual illustrations and description for the Centered Surround Sound system is now available on the vtyhw.com Index Page. Utilizing contemporary components which makes this design achievable, versions of home theatre surround sound systems can be reconfigured to adjust precisely to the user. Often when viewing your television, your placement is off center which is where the general point of reference for the sound system resides. Imagine with a press of a single button, the sound system realigns point of center to your current position. Out of box, this unit will ask for pre-programming of specific room and speaker layouts which will delineate further algorithms to actuate the adjustments during operation. A single button on the remote control will activate a series of infrared sensors to identify distance and angular trajectory from point of center which will allow the home theatre unit to adjust the fade and balance decibels of each individual speaker, re-referencing point of center to your present location. During operation, as long as the remote control maintains line of sight to the base unit, you can adjust point of center to accommodate any position. Discover more details on the Center Surround System page.

Link: Concept - Centered Surround Sound

Update - Torque Scooter
Rough sketches for the Torque Scooter are now available on the vtyhw.com Index Page. The general principle behind the device is to adapt a more proficient means of propulsion onto the novelty youth foot scooter (ie...Razor) without hazarding deterioration from abrasion of your footwear upon the surface of the roadway as well as preventing a margin of blunt force compression of anatomical components. The design allows for a downward stroke from your rear facing foot upon a pedal that actuates a mechanism that rotates the rear wheel with a brief torque. The collapsing arms of the mechanism then allows for return to position under a housing spring load which permits the user to repeat this motion for continuous momentum. -- Originally, the design was to be manufactured utilizing parts from various lawn care equipment, however, due to the deviation of resources into Sphere, this extent will remain at this capacity until further resources become available. For those desiring more information on this draft, contact me through the customary channels.

Link: Torque Scooter

Inactive - Location #12 Conceptual Designs
Briefly developed for the Orlando location (#12) upon arrival was an initial ergonomic platform inside of a 3.4 m x 3.7 m (12 ft x 11 ft) apartment room that would have accrued a curved desk following the coverage of an entire wall at 2.4 m and a bed structure that would have sat atop two angled curved sheets of wood creating storage space as well as an unique support system. The additional shelf easement protruded from under the rear wall load bearing of the desk and would have acted as a storage and docking station for peripherals. Due to financial accountability in other fields requiring necessity, this project was terminated. This image was a first draft conceptual graphic design from masking the surface area of the actual room.