What if you had never seen a printed map? What if all you only knew about was electronic devices? This tongue in cheek video is an introduction to “a new bio-optical knowledge recording and dissemination system, responding to the trade name: Map.”
Watch the video which helps you to understand “the use of maps.” It is full of great information about map features like:
“Here’s how it works: Map consists of a large window, integrated in a flexible cellulose pad, and compressed hundreds of times, thanks to the FUF technology: folding/unfolding.
“Map” is able of storing millions of information bits, which are then optically scanned, and thus directly transmitted to the brain.
Thanks to a particularly ergonomic navigation interface, based on an intuitive forearm supination and pronation mechanism, pans, zooms and rotations are performed without image degradation, smoothly, with a refresh rate of a few picoseconds.
It has a 100% toutchpad allowing simultaneous use of 10 fingers.
Color stability is perfect, whatever the light conditions.”
In Today’s world of security worries, the Map video playfully reminds us, without a direct comparison to our digital devices, that that people are not likely to steal your map on the subway and:
“Map” respects users’ privacy: impossible to hack, and without any antivirus or firewall, annotations are locally stored and never sent to any server.
And “Map” is unbreakable!
Finally, the video reminds us that a print map is great for decorating, and is a recyclable, sustainable, product.Happy watching! (Link here)