Augmented and Virtual Reality at the Center of Disruption

June 28, 2017Virtual Reality

Designing to the Mind’s Eye by Mike Mathews As a CIO and Innovator, I have been requested by numerous organizational stakeholders to leverage many of the ‘rave’ technologies such as AI, IoT, Cloud Computing, Big Data, Augmented Reality, and Virtual Reality over the past three years.  We have been extremely successful with pieces of these … Read More

The Quantum Entanglement Effect

June 21, 2017Virtual Reality

Mixing Talent Management with Immersive Learning by Mike Mathews In 1986 I was part of a team of ten engineers installing a Cray Research Supercomputer (Cray X-MP 48) at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) in Boulder, Colorado. Below is a picture of myself at NCAR and the archived November, 1986 NCAR Newsletter describing … Read More

James Comey: A Psychologist’s Perspective

June 20, 2017Current Events

Two weeks ago, approximately 19.5 million people tuned in to watch James Comey’s testimony regarding his working relationship and communications with President Trump. One of those was me. Being who I am, I found myself watching from the standpoint of a psychologist who specializes in workplace behaviors.  This writing is not meant to be political. … Read More

Full Bloom with Mixed Reality

June 13, 2017Virtual Reality

Full Bloom with Mixed Reality by Michael Mathews Since 1948 Bloom’s Taxonomy of Educational Objectives has been the gold standard of classifying educational goals for learning outcomes and engagement. The original taxonomy was created by psychologist Benjamin Bloom, and has been revised in many different formats. The diagrams below represent various revisions of Bloom’s Taxonomy … Read More

Harvard Memes for Horny Bourgeois Teens

June 6, 2017Current Events

AKA “How to Ruin my Career in One Easy Step” It is obvious that we should closely monitor our internet footprint because organizations will continue to leverage social media in their decision-making. A recent high-profile example is Harvard University’s decision to rescind the admission offers of 10 incoming students who had formed a private Facebook … Read More