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Foresight Augmented Reality

For the Visually Impaired and Blind while empowering businesses with Proximity Marketing

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What We Do

Foresight Augmented Reality (FAR) brings a voice to the physical world for those who are blind or visually impaired. We do this by creating Smart Cities using the combination of our FAR Vision Smartphone app, Bluetooth beacons, and our backend systems.

The FAR solution is like nothing else on the market. It provides a life changing service for the blind and visually impaired community and an innovative marketing opportunity for businesses. By providing solutions that give business customers higher ROI, more establishments will become FAR Accessible and in return provide greater support for the blind and visually impaired. This creative combination of social responsibility and revenue generation sets FAR apart from any others.

Our Products

With our expertise in beacon technology, we have an ever increasing range of products and services to build the next generation of Smart Cities

FAR Business

Open your business to the underserved 7.3 million visually impaired shoppers in the USA. FAR Business utilizes low cost FAR Business beacons to achieve compliance beyond ADA reducing the risk of lawsuits while bringing in more clientele. As an added benefit, FAR Business beacons also utilize Proximity Marketing technology to send messages to nearby cell phones to bring in patrons that are already in the vicinity of your business.

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FAR Personal

Visually impaired and blind individuals can purchase their own FAR Personal beacons for use in locations that are not FAR Accessible. FAR Personal beacons can be used for marking locations to ease finding them at a later time. Great uses include hotel room doors, dinner tables, lounge chairs, or even mark locations around your house. The uses are endless.

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Do you know of a business that would be a perfect FAR accessible location? Provide us some information and we'll follow up with the business about how to get started!

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FAR Locations

We're excited about our growing list of FAR Communities. There are currently FAR Accessible locations in six US States (CA, CO, GA, MI, NC, TX) and Washington DC, as well as London and Liverpool, England.

Please check the Nearby feature in the FAR Vision app for the locations nearest you!

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Get the latest news and media coverage along with new product and event announcements.

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See It in Action

Learn more about how the FAR Vision app enables greater independence for the blind and visually impaired.

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FAR at your Business

Installing FAR beacons is simple and makes your business a leader in proximity marketing while helping those with visual impairments lead a more independent and full life.

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Get the FAR Vision mobile app for the blind and visually impaired on your Android or iPhone. FAR Vision helps bring greater independence by providing easy to access content at FAR Accessible locations.

Unsurprisingly, humanists interested in sorting, sifting, and organizing large collections of text, managing large document archives, and creating better browsing options for digital libraries find LDA’s potential exciting and promising. Furthermore, humanists interested in uncovering the “latent patterns” in large datasets are likewise enthused by the algorithm’s potential for exploratory studies. Most notably, Robert Nelson’s project Mining the Dispatch employs LDA to uncover hidden patterns within the archives of the Richmond Daily Dispatch just before, during, and after the Civil War. Nelson’s LDA analysis uses the topic distributions over thousands of Dispatch articles over the course of the war to track relationships between increases in military draft and fatalities and the patriotic rhetoric. Even more impressively, Nelson’s utilization of LDA is more than a descriptive endeavor because he moves from identifying topic distributions to engaging humanities concerns such as shifts in the rhetoric of nationalism in the Confederate South during the Civil War in relationship to changes in casualty rates and calls for enlistment. [ 5 ] Nelson’s work in this area represents one of the most ambitious and successful projects to date in the humanities that uses probabilistic topic modeling. Mining the Dispatch is the first to broach the territory of figurative language and LDA in its analysis of patriotic discourse in Civil War Confederate newspapers. In Nelson’s project, poetry is combined with opinion articles and political and agricultural reports, and the composition of the dataset seemingly allows the poetic texts to map well with its prose counterparts.

However, topic models of purely figurative language texts like poetry do not produce topics with the same thematic clarity as those in Blei’s topic model of Science or even Nelson’s model of the Richmond Daily Dispatch. The literary scholar has good reason to be skeptical about the results of LDA analysis when the dataset to be explored includes primarily, if not exclusively, poetic texts. Given our disparate expectations for how language should operate in poetry as opposed to non-fiction, should the same standards for evaluating topic models of non-figurative language texts guide the principles we use to evaluate the accuracy of topic models of figurative language collections? How would they differ?

As Ian H. Witten, Eibe Frank, and Mark A. Hall remind us in Data Mining: Practical Machine Learning Tools and Techniques, the guiding factors for text mining generally and topic modeling specifically are to generate actionable and comprehensible results (9.5).

Actionable : Results should be consistent and reproducible, which means that the model could also be used to make predictions about new data added to the dataset. Of course, whether or not results are indeed actionable depends to a large extent on the ability to find a fair and measurable degree of success. Actionable results require that researchers are clear about their a priori assumptions and the composition of the dataset and the predicted degree to which the results might be found reliable.

Production and Exhibition Resource for the Film Program at the UCF School of Visual Arts Design.

Blackmagic URSA Mini Workshop

Mar 05 2018

The Blackmagic Design URSA Mini 4.6K Digital Cinema Camera instructional workshop for training students on the proper assembly and operation of the Blackmagic URSA Mini will be hosted on the dates and times below. Students who wish to use this equipment on their projects must attend this workshop. Use of this camera package is limited to students currently enrolled in supported production courses that have the appropriate tier of access. PLEASE NOTE: These workshops will be limited to 15 people per workshop on a first come, first served basis.

Blackmagic Design URSA Mini 4.6K Digital Cinema Camera Training Workshop:

Additional information about these workshops can be found . Please email any inquiries about instructional workshops provided by Film Operations to [email protected] .

Wednesday, March, 7th from 3pm – 5pm

Spring Break Check-Outs

Feb 28 2018

Students enrolled in production courses who wish to check-out equipment anytime during Spring Break need to turn in their Equipment Requisition Form by 12pm on Wednesday, March 7th . The Film Equipment Room operates with a skeleton crew during the break (as student employees like to enjoy the time off too). Having a grasp on the needs of the upcoming week help us make an effective employee schedule to cover the workload.

Students can modify their orders after submission (add/drop equipment), we just need to get a reading on how many check-outs are happening and when.

Film Equipment Room hours are from 9:00am to 12:30pm and 1:30pm to 5:00pm during the break (March 12th – March 16th) and return to normal operating hours of 8:30am to 12:30pm and 1:30pm to 5:00pm on Monday, March 19th.

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Directing 2 Screener | Spring 2018

Jan 23 2018

This year’s Directing 2 Screener will take place on Friday, February 2nd at 7pm in the Visual Art Building Auditorium (VAB 132). Doors open at 6:30pm. Free parking can be found in garage F. RSVP via Facebook .

Additional details regarding this event are located on theD2 Screener event page .

Production Meet Greet | Spring 2018

Jan 18 2018

The 2017-2018 Spring semester Production Meet Greet is Friday,January 26th from 4pm – 6pm in the Film Sound Stage | NSC 181A .

At the start of the Fall and Spring semesters the Film Program at the UCF School of Visual Arts Design hosts a Production Meet Greet to help student filmmakers find crew members for their upcoming productions. It is like a jobs fair for UCF student film projects. This event also serves as a great opportunity for students to meet new friends and similarly minded individuals to collaborate with on future creative projects.

To find out more information about this event and how to participate please visit the Production Meet Greet official event page .

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Credential For Strengths-Based Family Workers

SFW @ Temple Harrisburg

Contact

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Mission

Working with a national coalition of state coordinators and local partners, Temple University’s Strengths-based Family Worker Training and Credentialing Program provides professional development opportunities to ensure the strengths-based competence of workers in help giving agencies and systems.


About

The Credential for Strengths-based Family Workers is a professional training course and credentialing program comprised of competency-based curriculum. It is uniquely focused on the development and documentation of knowledge and skill through a multi-faceted evaluation process. Workers who complete the SFW program are better able to facilitate a family’s ability to set and reach their own goals. While nationally standardized, the training is tailored to meet the needs of local communities and implemented by Lead Agencies or Approved Providers.

To earn the Credential for Strengths-based Family Worker, each participant must successfully:

Features of SFW:

The 6 Core Competencies of SFW:

Complete a minimum of 80 hours of interactive classroom instruction

Demonstrate the 6 Core Competencies which help define the qualities of a strengths-based family worker

Complete a skills portfolio and participate in a minimum of 10 hours of individual sessions with a learning coach.

Pass a National SFW credentialing exam

Workers learn skills related to effective family engagement,effective communication, problem solving, action planning, cultural humility, critical thinking, reflection and evaluating performance

Incorporates a variety of evidenced based training methodologies by trained community based family development instructors

Skills are shared with those they help, supporting the development of skills in help seekers

Includes portfolio coaching by a trained Learning Coach

Allows for demonstration of core family worker skills

Assessment exam evaluates achievement of learning objectives

Credential issued by Temple University

Opportunity to earn 7 college credits, CEU’s and Act 48 Hours

Instructor and Learning Coach Trainings may be evaluated for approval of continuing education hours nationally

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