# Profound Search Results

### How To: Do the freestyle soccer Inside Around the World ATW

Whether you engage in competitive yo-yo, soccer, or electronic music dancing, the phrase "Around the World" is probably of profound significance to you. This video is for those of you for whom the soccer resonated most. It will teach you how to do the freestyle soccer trick Around the World, in which you kick the ball up, swing you foot over the top of it in a circular motion, then catch the ball again with the same foot.

### How To: Transform an old T-shirt in a sexy, form-fitting top

Michelangelo once said that, "every block of stone has a statue inside it and it is the task of the sculptor to discover it." While this profound observation was about artistic endeavor, the same idea can be applied to old, seemingly worthless T-shirts.

### How To: Understand the central limit theorem

Central limit theorum is easily one of the most fundamental and profound concepts in statistics and perhaps in mathematics as a whole. In probability theory, the central limit theorum (CLT) states conditions under which the mean of a suffiently large number of independent random large variables (each with finite means and variance) will be normally distributed, approximately. Huh? If you are having trouble understanding central limit theorum and need help trying to solve it, check out this tu...

### How To: Paint Bodhidharma with Sumi-e ink

This video painting tutorial shows how to paint Bodhidharma in Sumi-e ink. The Sumi-e ink painting process is a traditional Japanese painting technique from the Niigata prefecture, demonstrated here with a stone ink well. This particular style of painting complements this Buddhist drawing. Learn how to paint Bodhidharma by watching this instructional video.

### How To: Create a Keira Knightley inspired makeup look

Learn how to apply a makeup look inspired by Keira Knightley from the premier of Pirates of the Carribean: Dead Man's Chest. The products used for this look are Dark Brown Shadow (the palette's so old, the name's rubbed off... any dark brown shadow will do), Gold Shadow from the Profound Palette, Champagne Shadow from the Profound Palette, Maybelline Define-A-Line eyeliner in Ebony, MAX Factor Volume Couture Waterproof Mascara in Rich Black, Sonia Kashuk blush in Royal Rush, and Covergirl Lip...

### How To: Surrender and not suffer

Adyashanti invites you to slide over into the passenger's seat and stop trying to steer life in the direction of imagined happiness. This profound and transformative satsang makes the alternatives starkly clear: suffer, or surrender and fully enjoy life's incredible journey.

### Apple AR: This Is What Apple CEO Tim Cook Said When Cornered About Possible AR Smartglasses

Prior to Apple's earnings report on Thursday, the storm clouds were gathering as Wall Street prepared for bad news in the wake of reports of slower iPhone sales. But it turns out that those fears were mostly unwarranted. Apple managed to increase iPhone revenue during the December quarter, despite selling slightly fewer phones.

### News: Apple CEO Tim Cook Says AR 'Is Going to Change Everything'

Just one day before the retail release of the iPhone X, Apple CEO Tim Cook trumpeted the company's continued success during an earnings call with reporters conducted via telephone. And while he rolled out the expected glowing praise for the new iPhone, what stood out most was his effusive language describing Apple's new focus on augmented reality.

### How To: Avoid doing the Thanksgiving dishes

Are you the one scraping sticky marshmallowed yams and congealed gravy off the dishes every Thanksgiving? Shame someone else into doing it this year. Avoid doing the Thanksgiving dishes.

### How To: Take Full Control Over “Low Battery” Alerts on Your iPhone

The prevalence of smartphones has had profound effects on how we communicate, view media, and preserve memories, among other things. But all of these new forms of doing things are snatched away from us as soon as our phones lose power. While work is constantly being done to stretch and extend battery life, it hasn't moved fast enough for the vast majority of us.

### News: Steampunk Is More Accurately Vernian, Not Victorian!

ATTN: HUMOUR ALERT Jules Verne was an author of immense imagination, who had a profound effect on speculative fiction, whereas Victoria was a stodgy & pampered royal who led a sheltered and traditional existence. Boring, frumpy, grumpy royal! (Photo from The Guardian, UK)

### How To: The 15 Most Popular Talks from DEFCON's Hacking Conferences

Every summer for the last 26 years, hoards of hackers have descended on the Las Vegas Strip for DEFCON, the biggest hacker conference in the US. There's a wealth of talks every season (DEFCON 27 has at least 95 scheduled), and there have been some essential topics to learn from in past discussions. We've dug through the last ten years and found the 15 most popular talks you should watch.

### NR30: The Augmented Reality Influencers of 2018

Influencers of augmented reality demonstrate expertise in their fields and outline a strong vision for the future that they evangelize to others. They help define the direction of the industry and identify others who foster and create innovation in the field.

### News: Facebook Creates 'Virtual Wing' Art Exhibit at the Tate Museum in London, Powered by Spark AR

Ever since Facebook announced Spark AR at the 2017 F8 Developer's Conference, the social media giant has been looking for ways to implement its mobile augmented reality camera platform in the lives of everyday users.

### News: Tim Cook Takes to HBO to Promote the Future of Augmented Reality, Addresses Apple AR Glasses Question

On Sunday, Apple CEO Tim Cook (the number one person on our NR30 list) made a rare television appearance to talk about and show off his current obsession: augmented reality.

### News: Wingnut AR's Pest Control Is Unreleased, Mostly Unseen, but Undeniably One of Magic Leap One's Best Titles

Despite the relatively small size of Magic Leap's first annual L.E.A.P. conference, there was a lot to see and experience. Apparently missed by many was one of the best experiences I had at the event: Wingnut AR's unreleased Pest Control game.

### News: I Met Magic Leap's AI Assistant Mica & Saw the Future of Augmented Reality

Unlike VR, when you're talking about augmented reality, describing what an experience is like can be incredibly difficult — primarily because the experiences are even more contextual than relatively static virtual worlds that don't involve real-world settings.

### News: Apple Boosts Augmented Reality Team with Former Twitter Engineering Exec, Report Says

In hopes of strengthening its growing augmented reality team, Apple has reportedly hired Michael Abbott, an engineering and investment veteran with past ties to Twitter, Microsoft, Palm, and others.

### News: New York Times Adds AR to Its Coverage in Time for Winter Olympics

After devoting a number of resources toward developing VR content to modernize the delivery of its news content in recent years, The New York Times is expanding its capabilities to include augmented reality as well, a mission outlined in a manifesto published on Thursday.

### Today's Top News: Drive.ai Startup Gets \$50 Million, Waymo's Driverless Trucks Spied, GM CEO on Workplace Diversity

Drive.ai (a startup founded by Stanford University graduates), Waymo, General Motors, and serial entrepreneur and author Vivek Wadhwa are featured in today's top news.

### How To: You Deserve Taco Shells Made of Cheese

We're all for heaping piles of shredded cheese on our tacos, but what if all that cheese could actually be the taco shell instead? Since this was perhaps one of the more profound food questions we've had in a while, we wasted no time getting to the kitchen and tackling this cheesy challenge.

### News: Investors Bank \$30M on Varjo for VR/AR Headset with 'Human-Eye Resolution'

A Series B round of funding, totaling \$30 million, will enable Helsinki-based startup Varjo to launch its industrial-grade augmented and virtual reality headset capable of "human-eye resolution" before the end of the year.

### Market Reality: Vuzix Pairs with Amazon Alexa at CES, Bill Gates Pushes AR, DAQRI Founder Gets Personal

The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is the first big tech event of 2018. This year, if the early news is any indication, augmented reality could be the big star of the show.

### News: Magic Leap Adds Master of 'The Matrix' Bullet Time Effect to Secretive Product Team

After announcing another massive round of funding to the tune of \$502 million, Magic Leap is adding another powerful weapon to its creative arsenal: John Gaeta, the man who helped develop the iconic Bullet Time effect for The Matrix series of films.

### Market Reality: Augmented Reality Demonstrates Value for Business & Recreation

We continue to field stories underscoring the strong trends of Investment in augmented reality in various sectors. This week, one company strengthens their offerings to the enterprise sector, while two other companies capitalize on the promise presented by augmented reality to consumers – specifically, in gaming.

### News: How H.G. Wells and the Bicycle Drove the Evolution of Science Fiction

We don't spend much time thinking about bicycles today, do we? Sure, they're a "green" alternative to driving everywhere in cars, but the vast majority of America has dismissed them as simply being too much work, or more importantly—too slow. That wasn't always the case, though, I assure you!

### News: What Apple's Record Wearables Earnings Could Mean for Its AR Smartglasses Future

This week's Apple earnings offered a report of solid performance and guarded optimism about future iPhone sales, which may be impacted later this year by issues around the current coronavirus epidemic in China.

### How To: Here's How Your Apps Will Get Better Now That They Have to Target Oreo

On August 1, Google Play started requiring new app submissions to target at least Android 8.0 Oreo's API. Then, as of November 1, all updates to existing apps were required target the same API. While at first glance, this change may mean little to you, it will have a profound impact on Android. Now, your favorite apps will be getting better.

### News: Defective, Infectious Proteins Linked to Type 2 Diabetes

More than one in ten people in the US have type 2 diabetes — that's over 29 million people. It's characterized by excessive sugar (glucose) in the blood due to the development of resistance to insulin, the hormone that normally metabolizes glucose.

### News: Google's Self-Driving Car Job Postings Hint at Big Things Coming

Alphabet's moonshot factory, X (formerly "Google X"), is a secretive place, but it seems that when they are close to graduating a project, then they need to staff it up quickly. Watching for these job ads is one easy way to know they're close to budding off a baby.

### How To: 100+ Apps You Can Use 3D Touch on Right Now

3D Touch is a new feature on the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus that's reinventing the way we interact with our smartphones. With just a little bit of added pressure when tapping on the display, you can perform Quick Actions from an app's home screen icon, "Peek" at emails, stories, and photos in-app, as well as perform other app-specific gestures. Since 3D Touch is such a new concept, here are some of the apps that currently support it, along with the shortcuts you can use.

### How To: How & Why Fasting Can Boost Your Immune System

Fasting—or the practice of regularly abstaining from ingesting anything except water—is a pretty drastic move. I tried to fast for two days and made it to the 12-hour mark, which is when I broke down and ate a quart of ice cream.

### How To: Become a Big Data Master for Under \$30

The amount of information we see on a daily basis is overwhelming. Then there's all the data we never even see. If your career depends on making sense of all of this information, you need to understand the programs that do the heavy lifting.

### How To: Team Up with Friends to Raid Fortresses in Harry Potter: Wizards Unite

If you've read or watched anything Harry Potter before, you know friendship and teamwork are huge parts of the story. The same goes for Harry Potter: Wizards Unite, with its "Wizarding Challenges." Here, you can tackle Fortresses full of Foes alone, but why do that when you can battle with up to four other friends at once? Here's how it all works on Android or iOS.

### News: OnePlus Ditching the Headphone Jack Leaves Music Lovers with Just 3 Premium Options

If you haven't heard, another big OEM has decided to drop the headphone jack. OnePlus, the hero of the people, has just announced that the OnePlus 6T will not have the popular port. With this decision, audiophiles and others are limited to just three big-name options.

### News: Melting Ice Sheets Are Releasing Toxins in Our Water — Bacteria Could Take Some of That Out of Play

Windborne microbes shifting in the snows of the great ice sheet of Greenland may be able to neutralize some of the industrial contaminants oozing out of the melting ice.

### News: Soil Microbes Are Key to Understanding Climate Change on (& in) The Ground

That soil under your feet is not just dirt. It is teeming with life that may not change as fast as we would like when challenged by global warming.

### News: Driverless, Autonomous, Self-Driving… Naming a Baby Is Easier Than Naming New Car Tech

Many new parents will tell you how hard it is to name a baby. Some have stories of how they knew what the name of their child would be from before conception, only to change their mind when they were born. Sometimes new babies can go weeks without a name since there is an endless selection to choose from.

### How To: Creative 3-Ingredient Add-Ins That Make Vanilla Ice Cream to Die For

During our high school years, one of us (hint: her name starts with a B) worked at Cold Stone Creamery. She loved working there, and from this love emerged a fascination with adding creative ingredients to plain ol' vanilla ice cream.

### News: 10 Ways Mobile AR Filters Are Making Consumer AR of the Future a Mainstream Reality, Today

Despite the fact that over 600,000 Snap Lens filters have been created since Lens Studio debuted in 2017, and Facebook is reporting that more than a billion users have interacted with its Spark AR filters across Facebook properties, social augmented reality filters get a bad rap in the AR industry.

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