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I still remember my first eSports event, or rather, multi-player video game party that I attended during college. A group of us put our heavy PCs and CRT monitors on a ping pong table, connected them using a token ring network wired with coax cables, and launched our first-person shooter in multi-player mode hoping for the best. Unfortunately, it didn’t make for a great experience as the network connectivity was sketchy at best, and one of the slower machines brought down the framerate on all of our machines.
"None of this should work, but it does. It’s crazy, but it works."
By 2050 the world’s urban population is expected to nearly double, making urbanization one of the 21st century’s most transformative trends. Given this, cities all over the world are launching smart city initiatives to use technology solutions to continue to provide the same quality of life for its citizens, economic competitiveness for its businesses, and sustainability for the planet.
What’s the simplest way to go from IMPOSSIBLE to POSSIBLE?
Well, you could just walk across the room and knock down the I and the M:
But that’s not the Rube Goldberg way! That’s not the FIRST way!
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