ThirdEye https://www.thirdeyegen.com Wed, 05 Dec 2018 11:22:01 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.9.7 https://www.thirdeyegen.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/favicon-1.png ThirdEye https://www.thirdeyegen.com 32 32 ThirdEye takes part in Citi & Verizon 5G event to showcase AR Smart Glasses Impact for Enterprises https://www.thirdeyegen.com/thirdeye-takes-part-in-citi-verizon-5g-event-to-showcase-ar-smart-glasses-impact-for-enterprise/ Mon, 03 Dec 2018 19:22:37 +0000 https://www.thirdeyegen.com/?p=7039 ThirdEye was lucky enough to join the Verizon 5G and Citi team at a 5G workshop in New York City. The future with Verizon’s 5G network will be an incredibly promising one, a lot of problems will be solved by the larger bandwidth and lower latency that Verizon’s 5G network brings to the table. The […]

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ThirdEye was lucky enough to join the Verizon 5G and Citi team at a 5G workshop in New York City. The future with Verizon’s 5G network will be an incredibly promising one, a lot of problems will be solved by the larger bandwidth and lower latency that Verizon’s 5G network brings to the table. The solutions will be apparent in many different areas, from helping banks stop fraud to allowing for better Augmented and Virtual Reality applications. Verizon’s 5G network allows for more data to be transferred at a much higher speed than what is available now.

Citi and the Verizon 5G team were kind enough to invite us and two other spectacular technology start-ups to join this workshop. All three of our teams are partners with Verizon 5G and are excited to see how to future of technology in many industries will be improved by the 5G network.

Start-ups

The first of the start-ups to demo was Temi, a personal robot that has a screen, speaker, voice-activated commands, and the ability to follow you around. Temi allows for the user to be able to video-chat around the house without having the burden of using their hands to carry a device. If a consumer is using Temi was to video chat with someone using our Smart Glasses, the entirety of the call would be hands-free. Verizon’s 5G network will allow for our Smart Glasses and personal robots such as Temi to change the way that we video chat, allowing for much higher quality video with less energy consumed and less latency.

The second start-up to demo was SecondMind, an artificial intelligence platform that listens to your phone calls and brings relevant information to your fingertips. If you are on a call with a client and they ask you if you saw the email they send last Wednesday, SecondMind will be able to find that email and display it on your screen in seconds so you’re not fumbling through your inbox. Verizon’s 5G network will allow for SecondMind to work faster and to be more power efficient. SecondMind’s artificial intelligence will allow for our Remote Help platform to become more of a seamless way to receive help when out in the field. Any time that is saved by avoiding the burden of trying to find a specific piece of information will help save companies’ money.

ThirdEye’s AR Platforms

Our team was the last to demo our product. We showed our Remote Help platform, which is a hands free see-what-I-see solution to video chatting. The Remote Help platform allows for a field service technician to be able to share what they are seeing to a remote expert. The expert is able to see exactly what the field technician is looking at so they can provide instructions and even annotate to provide more clarity. The field technician is able to receive these instructions and work on the solution hands-free. Verizon’s 5G network will allow for our Smart Glasses to have much faster upload and download speed as well as improving the quality and removing some latency of our video transmissions. The 5G network also allows for less power to be consumed, resulting in longer battery life and a lighter product.

Our Smart Glasses have various uses in the financial sector as well. With our Omniview application, one can view eight screens at once through our Smart Glasses. These virtual screens allow for data to be more easily viewed by the user. For example, if you are having a video conference with many CEO’s, our Smart Glasses can display data about each company under their respective CEO. This data visualization allows for more seamless communication between multiple parties.

Future AR & 5G

The future with Verizon’s 5G network seems like a promising one. Consumers will be able to download full length HD films in seconds with the 5G network. The 5G network will allow for products, such as our own, to be lighter in weight by being more power-efficient, thus reducing the size of battery required. It is clear that Verizon’s 5G network will shape the future of technology, and we are happy we got to join them for this workshop to get a glimpse of the future.

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Demoing ThirdEye’s Augmented Reality Platforms around the world! https://www.thirdeyegen.com/demoing-thirdeyes-augmented-reality-platforms-around-the-world/ Fri, 28 Sep 2018 20:40:19 +0000 https://www.thirdeyegen.com/?p=4603 2 countries.  6,000 miles.  2 great conferences! It’s been a busy week here at ThirdEye.  Our Founder Nick Cherukuri and Business Developer Pedro Carvalheira flew to both Vancouver and Boston for a full week of AR conversations, Smart Glasses demonstrations and creating new partnerships. The first stop was the VR/AR Global Summit where ThirdEye not […]

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2 countries.  6,000 miles.  2 great conferences!

It’s been a busy week here at ThirdEye.  Our Founder Nick Cherukuri and Business Developer Pedro Carvalheira flew to both Vancouver and Boston for a full week of AR conversations, Smart Glasses demonstrations and creating new partnerships.

The first stop was the VR/AR Global Summit where ThirdEye not only had a booth, but was able to lead a discussion on AR Smart Glasses – video!

The team met developers from all over the world eager to use their skills to create apps that can be loaded into ThirdEye’s X1 Smart Glasses for the end-user.  It was inspiring to hear developers’ ideas and use cases for our glasses – everything from enlarging and dictating text for the visually impaired to overlaying annotations in remote workers’ field-of-view.   We met with hundreds of developers who had all types of ideas from gaming to B2B content that they could use smart glasses for!

After a fun-filled few days north of the border, the team then went to Boston for the Airline Passenger Experience Expo. 

Being the only AR Smart Glasses vendor at the event had its perks, as the team was able to hold a captive audience of Aviation industry professionals.  The Industry was very enthusiastic about ThirdEye’s ability to not only help manufacturers with our Remote Help App, but also the possibility of incorporating the X1 Smart Glasses into in-flight entertainment!

As you can see, there’s a lot of exciting things happening in the AR space and ThirdEye is at the forefront of this game-changing technology.

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Is AR the future of in-flight entertainment? Check out how ThirdEye is changing the flying experience! https://www.thirdeyegen.com/is-ar-the-future-of-in-flight-entertainment-check-out-how-thirdeye-is-changing-the-flying-experience/ Tue, 25 Sep 2018 01:46:43 +0000 https://www.thirdeyegen.com/?p=4600 Everyone’s been there before:  After an early wake up, traveling to the airport and standing in line at security…your Zone number is finally called to board!  You (hopefully) find a place for your bag, sit down and start to peruse the in-flight entertainment menu on the back of the seat in front you.  But as […]

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Everyone’s been there before:  After an early wake up, traveling to the airport and standing in line at security…your Zone number is finally called to board!  You (hopefully) find a place for your bag, sit down and start to peruse the in-flight entertainment menu on the back of the seat in front you.  But as soon as the plane takes off, the person decides to recline their seat, leaving absolutely no way for you to enjoy your movie (let alone see the screen) without permanently damaging your back!

Augmented Reality Smart Glasses have just the answer that every airline passenger is seeking.

When you board the plane, imagine being given a pair of AR glasses preloaded with hours of HD movie & tv show content.   Once seated and before taking off, your glasses will display the pre-flight announcements with detailed videos, images and annotations of what to do in case of an emergency.  After take-off, you can recline your seat, stare at the ceiling or even look out the window and your TV and/or movie selection will be presented directly in front of you in a screen size much larger than the small seat-installed TV.  You can even browse the Internet and play games with complete privacy in the most comfortable position possible – without having to worry about what any other passenger is doing!

What used to be a fantasy is now becoming a reality with the invention of ThirdEye’s X1 Smart Glasses.

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How AR is impacting the Airlines Industry- ThirdEye’s AR Platforms https://www.thirdeyegen.com/how-ar-is-impacting-the-airlines-industry-thirdeyes-ar-platforms/ Tue, 18 Sep 2018 17:48:14 +0000 https://www.thirdeyegen.com/?p=4593 From enhancing operational task efficiency with step-by-step visual AR instructions for an airplane assembly process to providing remote expert help or in-flight entertainment for passengers, ThirdEye’s AR platforms help save time, increase customer satisfaction, and cut down on costly or dangerous errors. ThirdEye AR for Airplane manufacturing & assembly-   Major manufacturing companies such as Boeing and […]

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From enhancing operational task efficiency with step-by-step visual AR instructions for an airplane assembly process to providing remote expert help or in-flight entertainment for passengers, ThirdEye’s AR platforms help save time, increase customer satisfaction, and cut down on costly or dangerous errors.

ThirdEye AR for Airplane manufacturing & assembly-

 

Major manufacturing companies such as Boeing and Airbus have thousands of technicians who work on assembling aircrafts and machinery that require very detailed assembly operations.  These tasks often require workers to carry a physical blueprint manual to review how to operate a machine or they need an on-site technical expert to conduct a thorough review.  This is an intensive process that can be alleviated with the help of augmented reality smart glasses.

 

ThirdEye’s Remote Help Platform is a popular tool for technicians when they cannot find an answer from a manual and need an expert’s help.  With smart glasses, the airlines field technician can continue working and be hands-free while the remote expert can view what the field technician sees and provide live annotations or audio support.  All of the technician’s Point of View information is then saved in a secure cloud database for future reference if needed.

 

ThirdEye ScanEye Platform is used for 3D reconstruction & overlays of AR information, instructions and CAD modeling.  It is focused on large targets such as machinery or planes.  A worker can easily look at a target and generate it into a 3D model.  The 3D model can then be saved into a secure database or it can be used in conjunction with instructional software platforms like PTC Thingworkx where users can input AR instructions onto the 3D model.  This way new workers can look at any target object and visualize the step by step AR instructions.

 

 

ThirdEye’s Smart Glasses for in-flight passenger entertainment:

 

Augmented Reality can also work to enhance the in-flight passenger experience.  The X1 Smart Glasses can be used by passengers to watch movies or tv shows instead of watching on the typical small screen located on the back of the seat in front of them.

The advantages of the X1 are immense-

  • A much bigger High Definition viewing screen -the equivalent of a 90” HD screen at 10 ft.
  • Total privacy for the user – the passenger sitting next to you has no idea what you are viewing.
  • More viewing flexibility – passengers don’t have to be sitting upright because the smart glasses screen follows them wherever they look.

 

 

From the manufacturing line to the passenger experience, ThirdEye’s AR platforms have a direct and significant impact.  Come see for yourself at APEX 2018.

 

 

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Optical See Through vs Video see Through on ThirdEye’s X1 Smart Glasses https://www.thirdeyegen.com/optical-see-through-vs-video-see-through-on-thirdeyes-x1-smart-glasses/ Wed, 12 Sep 2018 03:11:02 +0000 https://www.thirdeyegen.com/?p=4569 If you’re interested in augmented reality, you’ve probably read about the two main methods to display AR content on Smart Glasses: optical see-through and video see-through. Video-see through systems present video feeds from cameras inside head-mounted devices. This is the standard method that phones for example use AR with.  This can be useful when you […]

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If you’re interested in augmented reality, you’ve probably read about the two main methods to display AR content on Smart Glasses: optical see-through and video see-through.

Video-see through systems present video feeds from cameras inside head-mounted devices. This is the standard method that phones for example use AR with.  This can be useful when you need to experience something remotely: a robot which you send to fix a leak inside a chemical plant; a vacation destination that you’re thinking about. This is also useful when using an image enhancement system: a thermal imagery, night-vision devices, etc.

Optical see-through systems combine computer-generated imagery with “through the glasses” image of the real world, usually through a slanted semi-transparent mirror. If you are in a mission-critical application and you’re concerned what happens should your power fail, an optical see-through solution will allow you to see something in that extreme situation. If you are concerned about the utmost image quality, portable cameras and fully-immersive head-mounted display can’t match the “direct view” experience.

Another issue to consider the optics blocking the light itself. For example, if an LCOS optics blocks out 40% of outside light then optical see-through would seem as if you are viewing the real world through sunglasses.  Once again this comes down to user preference- would you prefer the camera view or to view the real world as is but with a slight camera tint?   Every optics in smart glasses blocks out a different amount of light & some more than others so it ultimately comes down to preference.

One big advantage for video see through is that any AR objects mapped to real world objects are accurate because the processing happens on the same pipeline.  For optical see through, a manual translation is needed so that the AR objects are mapped to the real world.

How to make your app optical see-through:

Step 1: Do not render the camera view.  If you are testing on a phone, the screen background will look black since the actual camera view is not being rendered.  If testing on the X1, you will just see a slight dark shade tint for the light blockage.

Step 2: Render your AR content.

Step 3: (Only if your AR content is mapped to a real world object)  Adjust the relevant AR data so that it matches up with the real world content.

 

For video see through apps, no manual adjustment is needed as the standard camera feed is used.

One aspect of video see-through systems is that it’s much easier to match the video latency with the computer graphics latency. Latency (delay) is inherent to immersive imaging systems: motion trackers are not instantaneous; computer graphic generation is not immediate and even when refreshing images at 60, 70, even 120 Hz, there is a lag from sensing to imaging. When computer graphics need to be overlaid on the image from the actual world, there is a difference between video see-through and optical see-through. Optical see through offers no latency, which sounds great, except that there is an inherent mismatch or lack of synchronization between what you see through the glasses and the graphics. If you’re showing a virtual sofa inside a real living room, this mismatch can be distracting. In contrast, using video see-through allows you to synchronize the delay so that your video and graphics are always in sync.

 

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Why the ThirdEye Remote Help Platform provides a powerful Augmented Reality solution for Field Services https://www.thirdeyegen.com/thirdeye-remote-help-platform-for-fieldservices/ Mon, 20 Aug 2018 16:50:54 +0000 https://www.thirdeyegen.com/?p=4464 The ThirdEye Remote Help Platform provides a powerful Augmented Reality application for Field Services. In combination with the X1 Smart Glasses, the ThirdEye Remote Help Platform provides Field Services a method to enhance operations, better KPIs, increase worker safety and save costs. There are several main reasons why the ThirdEye Remote Help Platform is so […]

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The ThirdEye Remote Help Platform provides a powerful Augmented Reality application for Field Services. In combination with the X1 Smart Glasses, the ThirdEye Remote Help Platform provides Field Services a method to enhance operations, better KPIs, increase worker safety and save costs.
There are several main reasons why the ThirdEye Remote Help Platform is so beneficial for Field Services uses:

a) View the remote expert live in your field of view with live HD audio/video. A technician wearing the X1 can view the remote expert at the top right of the AR field of view. Instead of having to look down at a tablet or laptop or booklet, the technician can be hands-free and continue to work while wearing the X1 and receiving live audio/video commands.

b) AR screenshot & annotate: If a field worker has a question about work, not only does the ThirdEye platform have live audio/video, but a remote expert could live screenshot & AR annotate to specify exactly where to focus on. This provides field workers additional AR functionality to make the work process more efficient.

c) Large field of view: With a ~40 degree field of view, the X1 smart glasses give field workers a wide screen in which to view AR content. This is imperative for ease of use and to view AR content easily.

d) Large battery life: A 2400mAh battery life charge with hot swappable and replaceable batteries means field workers can use for a full work day running a powerful Remote help app and also replace batteries when running low.

e) Integration into company subsystems: Third Party company databases can be integrated into the app for seamless flow of data.

The ThirdEye Remote Help Platform and X1 Smart Glasses provide Field Workers a powerful, straight-out-of-the-box AR solution for Field Services enterprises. Contact sales@thirdeyegen.com or visit ThirdEye at Field Services East Show at Amelia Island for a remote demo today!

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ThirdEye’s X1 Smart Glasses & Augmented Reality Platforms in Education https://www.thirdeyegen.com/thirdeyes-x1-smart-glasses-augmented-reality-platforms-in-education/ Tue, 31 Jul 2018 16:48:48 +0000 https://www.thirdeyegen.com/?p=4123 From k-12 to college to homeschooling, ThirdEye’s AR platform and X1 Smart Glasses are used to enhance the learning experience, provide more efficient tutoring and change the way classes are taught. ThirdEye’s Remote Help and ScanEye platforms provide straight-out-of-the-box solutions for educational institutions for immediate use. ThirdEye’s large software developer community provides hundreds of other […]

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From k-12 to college to homeschooling, ThirdEye’s AR platform and X1 Smart Glasses are used to enhance the learning experience, provide more efficient tutoring and change the way classes are taught.
ThirdEye’s Remote Help and ScanEye platforms provide straight-out-of-the-box solutions for educational institutions for immediate use.
ThirdEye’s large software developer community provides hundreds of other cool and useful applications that bring AR/MR/VR to the educational community.

How the ThirdEye Remote Help Platform is used in Education:

1) “See-What-I-See” Remote Tutoring — a student relays their live Point of View via the X1 Smart Glasses to a remote tutor & provides/receives live/audio instructions. For example, John is a student studying for an exam. John wears the X1 and connects to a remote expert who can be hundreds of miles away. John can receive live audio instructions and be hands-free to continue studying!
2) “Record/Screenshot classwork” — save any Point of View data via the X1 into a secure database for future reference.
3) “Live Annotations for remote help” — If a student needs help, the remote expert can provide annotations on what the student is looking at to help the student solve an issue.
4) & many more features! Want more info about the ThirdEye Remote Help Platform?- Check out the ThirdEye Remote Help Platform page to view more about this platform.

How ScanEye Platform benefits Education:

1) Capture 3D models of a target — Generate an accurate 3D CAD model of anything you look. For example, a biology student analyzing a human hand can scan it into a 3D model while working with their hands.
2) Save 3D Info into your database — Students & teachers can easily save all the 3D content generated via ScanEye.
3) Overlay 3D claims onto the real world — Overlay existing designs on top of the real world. For example, a student learning how to use a machine could view step by step instructions overlaid on top of the device.

Customization for your use case or specific education institutional needs:

Need a customized app just for your needs? ThirdEye’s software team can develop that! Or view the ThirdEye App Store to browse 100s of apps available on the X1 that are being used for Educational purposes!

Have any general questions? Check out our Forum or view our YouTube videos or contact sales@thirdeyegen.com

It is exciting to see how AR can change the way students learn material and enhance the educational experience!

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Remote Help & Point of View https://www.thirdeyegen.com/remote-help-point-view/ Tue, 15 May 2018 19:11:15 +0000 https://www.thirdeyegen.com/?p=3224 The ThirdEye remote help Point of View application was one of the first apps our team developed. The reason for developing this application was its universal use. The ability that “See-What-I-See” has a transformational impact across many industries. From telehealth in healthcare to aiding remote workers in logistics to tutoring students in an educational setting. The […]

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The ThirdEye remote help Point of View application was one of the first apps our team developed. The reason for developing this application was its universal use. The ability that “See-What-I-See” has a transformational impact across many industries. From telehealth in healthcare

to aiding remote workers in logistics to tutoring students in an educational setting. The ThirdEye app on our X1 Smart Glasses is impacting many sectors, from small/mid-sized companies to Fortune 500 organizations.

 

AR in Organizations

 

Some organizations have noted a 33% savings in operational efficiency with ThirdEye. Some Key Performance Indicators are more likely to have a massive impact on the implementation of ThirdEye’s platform. Such as enormous growth in first-time-fix rates, an increase of product uptime, substantial drops in truck rolls, better time-to-resolution and superior overall customer experiences. These KPI’s improvements have a powerful impact on the overall operational efficiency.

 

For Software Developers

 

Because the X1 Smart Glasses run on Android, it is easy to write AR applications on it and use existing SDKs to augment the application. Our team developed the live annotation feature in the ThirdEye app using a current open source

Android library which enables a lot of customization. Our team is continuously adding new features to the patented ThirdEye app based on customer feedback. For example, adding a process that enables a remote expert to send “step-by-step” instructions out to a field worker.

The broad applicability of ThirdEye’s app is what makes it exciting and user-friendly. It is a platform that we foresee could be in every office and home soon. Market research by IDC, Goldman Sachs & Gartner indicates the same level of impact of AR. By giving users the ability to be hands-free, X1 Smart Glasses and remote help platform seek to bring about the future of work life.

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ThirdEye’s TensorFlow based Image Recognition Platform https://www.thirdeyegen.com/thirdeyes-tensorflow-based-image-recognition-platform/ Wed, 18 Apr 2018 04:24:34 +0000 https://www.thirdeyegen.com/?p=3142 Real-time Image recognition is one of the most powerful uses of Augmented Reality Smart Glasses. Because information is displayed directly in the your live field of view, you do not need to hold a phone or tablet up. By allowing you to continue with your real-world tasks and just “augmenting” with the relevant digital data, […]

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Real-time Image recognition is one of the most powerful uses of Augmented Reality Smart Glasses. Because information is displayed directly in the your live field of view, you do not need to hold a phone or tablet up. By allowing you to continue with your real-world tasks and just “augmenting” with the relevant digital data, smart glasses simplify the technological process.
ThirdEye’s X1 Smart Glasses uses the open source TensorFlow machine learning platform to create its real time image recognition platform -ImageEye. Tensorflow’s deep convolutional neural network uses a complex mathematical matrice approach to train applications to recognize specific objects. The beauty is nearly anything can be recognized if enough data is fed into the system and modern day CPUs/GPUs can handle this computation within a small wearable form factor like the X1 Smart Glasses.

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These AR applications have tremendous use cases from aiding people with Alzheimer’s to organizing real world content better. As more of the world’s data gets organized and stored in the AR cloud, apps that can compute and display relevant information for specific use cases will become more pronounced.

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ThirdEye’s App Store Developer Platform for Augmented/Mixed Reality https://www.thirdeyegen.com/thirdeyes-app-store-developer-platform-augmented-mixed-reality/ Thu, 05 Apr 2018 17:28:52 +0000 https://www.thirdeyegen.com/?p=3039 The release of the full ThirdEye App Store and Developer Platform allow software developers to create Augmented and Mixed Reality applications for ThirdEye’s X1 Smart Glasses. Our developer platform allows content makers to develop applications and earn revenue per every app download. Developers earn a 60% split for whatever price their app is submitted at. […]

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The release of the full ThirdEye App Store and Developer Platform allow software developers to create Augmented and Mixed Reality applications for ThirdEye’s X1 Smart Glasses. Our developer platform allows content makers to develop applications and earn revenue per every app download. Developers earn a 60% split for whatever price their app is submitted at. Developers can choose what price they want to submit their application and developers can always update the price as they see fit. ThirdEye’s developer documentation allows developers who are creating apps on an Android phone or another platform to easily port their application onto the ThirdEye Smart Glasses. The developer documentation also discusses how to take advantage of sophisticated AR capabilities such as pure Optical see through Augmented Reality and 3D tracking. VR Apps can work as well with ThirdEye’s add-on feature that masks the user’s peripheral vision.

By allowing developers to earn revenue per app download, our team looks to expand the AR/MR developer community. The combination of revenue splits per app downloads, developer documentation that allows for easy porting of android applications and the in-market use of ThirdEye smart glasses allows for developers to gain momentum for their applications. ThirdEye offers reseller agreements for value added resellers as well but these tend to be higher volume – the App store allows for individual developers to gain traction for their AR apps.

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