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Overview Chinese tech companies have assembled a truly vast selection of UAVs for civilian and military use, with lucrative Military contracts jealously competed for. The response of the PLA has been less than comprehensive, bringing in rafts of drones by differenet designers for a range of purposes, most of which overlap.
In 2025, China will lay out clear frameworks for the next acquisitions, with 2025-2030 being based on proven technologies and mass production, and 2030 marking the point where our demands for innovation, strategic technological leading edges, and overmatch.
China's Military reforms in the Army, Navy Ships and Sensors, Marines, Air Force and Rocket Forces all place extensive demands on UAVs for sensors, targetting, tracking, cuing, air strike, electronic warfare, surveillance, satlinks, and resupply. To not have a clear raft of unmanned vehicles to call upon for these missions is one of our greatest failings.
Requirements PLAGF The Ground Forces require several main Drones, which offer different levels and types of command, access to a raft of integral UAV-supplied capabilities.

PLANMC The PLANMC will not operate Squad level Drones, but their Platoons, Battalions, and 12 Brigades, will have a similar requirement to the PLAGF, with an emphasis on lightweight systems that have a lower logistical footprint.
PLAN PLAAF The PAAF has a requirement for 360 UCAVs, and 360 Surveillance UAVs, divided evenly between the five principle commands. * UCAVs will be upgraded Guizhou Soar Dragons, known as the Soar Dragon WZ-9, with a 1,000kg payload configured to air combat/defence missiles, or ground attack payloads. $9m per aircraft system, for $3,240m * The UAV brief will be filled by the dagger-shaped WZ-8 which will give supersonic reconnaissance and stealth, with a large payload fulfilling the brief. $8m per aircraft system, for $2,944m
PLARF The PLARF BMD Brigades will each have an UAV Platoon equivalent to the Artillery Battery System, to provide additional SIGINT and targetting of airborne targets, with the MALE UAVs giving up to 100km further range to help the killchain. $260k each, for a total of $5.2m
Summary These initial phases come ahead of the second phase of designs which will fill our ranks and skies into the late 2030s and 40s. In addition to the unit costs, here listed as $14,948,108,800, an additional $2bn will be sunk into the airframe R&D to make sure everything is up to spec.
A second phase for the 2030s of R&D will come later. ‬
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I have a stalker ex who I am pretty sure has broken in and installed spycams. I cannot find them and honestly don't really know how to find them. I want to report it to the police, but I don't have any proof (just them sometimes making comments on things I do inside my apartment that they would have no way of knowing without actually seeing me).
I want to set up something in my apartment to monitor the windows and doors, that they cannot hack. So far they've hacked my phone and my laptops, and I think I've finally gotten them off my phone through many resets, but I'm worried that they'll just hack the surveillance cams I set up. I don't even have internet at home right now (just use my phone) because of how overwhelmed I am by them and the possibility they might hack me.
I'm totally unaware, as you might have noticed. I don't know what is possible and what's not, but this piece of crazy has been stalking for me literally years now, and this person shows traits of being a psychopath. No empathy, no guilt or remorse, just an unending entitlement to watching everything I do. My friends in general have started to lose faith in me, and I need some kind of proof or at least to feel somewhat secure in my own home.
I've been looking at suggestions on here but everything might as well be written in Chinese because I don't understand it.
What is the best / cheapest way to get hack-proof internet and then monitor my apartment with wireless surveillance cams that I can get notifications for on my phone / wherever else? Please help me. Thank you.
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I'm in South Korea, as you know, a lot of spycam crimes and sexual crimes are here every day without any appropriate law to prevent or punish. I studied my Bachelor in one of countries where speaks Chinese. But the program was entirely i English, so somehow i became so called Native teacher here in Korea. Anyway, that was for my living. Until this Feb, i was pursuing acting in films. I knew it is not easy to get recognized, so i was doing it only partly(i mean acting). About January, a quite legit film contacted me for the audition. To be frank, the audition itself was a positive experience. However, this was an indie film about sexism and labor right. One day, i was invited to director's dearest friend, a male actor, who was around 50 roughly. I was not in that movie; but they invited me as a friend. The thing is, the director asked me to prepare some stuffs so everyone can stay up all night and talk. So i told him, you have all that responsibility to protect me if anything ever happens. Guess what? Somehow me and that 50 years old actor remained until around the morning after that day. Nothing happened besides he tried to kiss me above my body. So that hurt my boundary issue. I told the director and one of senior female actor(well korea has that damn senior system). First they seemed listening to me. Later they told me, I'm overreacting and they feel uncomfortable about my comments on that actor. They have told me that, i don't have to report them as I'm adult and independent. Figure it out by yourself. Also the director said that i have a huge misunderstanding on that actor. I don't think that action(trying to kiss) was something pleasant, of course is wrong. But what did more upset me is 3rd people's reaction. The thing is they're known as so-called seniors in that film industry. So what? Did they know what is wrong and whom they need to support? Yet, why the hell you're making a movie about criticizing sexism on korean society? I didn't publish it before, cause i didn't want to remind of all those moments. But i realized that it is better to speak out. It makes us to encourage each other. I don't know. Sometimes I'm annoyed and angry cause of my co-workers and boss, but about my metoo, i feel disgusted. Don't know what to say more.
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Pimax is already an established company, with at least 2 existing products such as Pimax 2.5K and Pimax 4K, which were a massive success, and were launched about a year after the first generation headsets such as HTC Vive and Oculus Rift. Pimax managed to shake things up by bringing higher resolution LCD display, and submillimeter 3DOF tracking. There are tens of thousands of users of these headsets as we speak.

Pimax Kickstarter launched on September 19 2017 (410 days ago) and ended on November 3 (365 days ago/1 year). They collected a massive $4,236,618 to help bring this project to life, compared to a lame product called Oculus Rift - the company that is owned now by Facebook collected a hilarious amount of $2,437,429 (a difference of $1,799,189).

As we all know, Oculus Rift was delayed by more than 2 years (actually 4 months when it comes to first VR developer kit ever, but who cares), and launched without any handheld controllers, such a lame move poisoning the VR well move, splitting up the player base. HTC Vive came out in the same period and came out of the box with full room scale 6DOF tracking, and TWO hand controllers that are USB rechargable.

Now, today November 3 2018, how do things look like? We have all been hearing how competition will be great for the future of VR, but in reality? All the "competition" is purely a joke. Windows Mixed Reality are cheaper, but if you are going for cheap VR experience, you most likely should settle for Gear VGO platform.

HTC Vive Wands are ridiculous to use in 2018. Valve has teased Knuckles for more than a year and it's nowhere closer to actually being released. Oculus Touch still remains the 'perfect' controller that all VR users would love to use - IF they could. But they can't, and they won't.

Pimax claims to start the Kickstarter campaign not to gain funds (as they are already E S T A B L I S H E D company), but to see how much interest there is in 'high end, high resolution and high field of view headset'. They were seeking for a mere $200,000 just to make it reality by January 2018, and most likely even before then as claimed in interviews), but their expectations were exceeded by a magnitude, they collected 2100% of the original goal.

They have claimed to have secured all the components a few months ago, around June-July 2018 to start production, and in September 2018 they announced they are ready to ship. Fast forward, today there are like what... 20 units in transit/delivered?

OFFICIAL PIMAX BACKER TRACKER
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1sK1w_-gU6LaPYmZF1B-5W-Mr7gC1pFTuGkv2WBrQr-Y/edit#gid=598280210

So funny to look at, lots of numbers, zero concrete information. Just like everything about Pimax. The whole community coexists because of each other. Pimax is keeping their mouth shut, or are giving vague answers literally everywhere, in their own Kickstarter comment section, on their on forums, in their own emails, if they do bother to reply. About 5000-6000 backers are waiting for their headsets. Recently they have opened pre orders on their official website, which was a catastrophe itself and deserves it's own spot in the history.

Their website got hacked several weeks ago, and remained in unchanged state for at least 2 weeks. It was infected with trojans, and was redirecting automatically to all kind of gay porn websites. Their forums was also suspicious to hack, but they have never really admitted about it, and even kept silent about website for days. How is this possible in 2018? If you look at their official Kickstarter video, it's done so professionally, pretty high level, with professional english speaker. Objectively, it's a well done video for kickstarter. And then you have a random interview with the main chief, ceo, creator and founder of pimax company - "never be so clear!"

https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=30&v=iOrsh12WhdU

I don't even want to get started with their naming of the headsets and disguised marketing techniques, like the 5K, 8K, 200 FOV etc, but what is important is that the pimax backers community (and beliebers in general) thinks that the headsets are done with community engagement. If they request something, they have a high chance of implementing it. We all know chinese based company called Pimax have very high ambitious. They have announced all kind of attachments etc. It's a fully M O D U L A R headset. If you pay enough, you can get a:
- wireless module
- smell module
- eye tracking
- hand tracking
- inside out tracking
- rigid head strap with headphones
- cooling fan
- all-in-one standalone (Quest killer)
- customized prescription VR frame

Cool! I can't wait! It's all coming soon (most of these things were scheduled for Q3/Q4 2018 or before).

But that's not where it ends!

We all know how shitty and overpriced HTC customer service is. We have heard countless of stories about their too high pricing for a single controller or base stations. Oculus spy cams are cheap, but yeah, are spycams right? Facebook can see all you are doing, so that's a no go. We need an alternative.

So Pimax is coming with their own cheap lighthouses, and cheap controllers! And guess what! You can even choose between touchpad and thumbstick! For both left and right hand!! All for just a "DESPOIT" of $300. Estimated delivery time? SHUT UP AND TAKE MY MONEY!

Pimax is a truly consumer friendly company. They are giving you a magnitude of options. Why pay for headphones, when you already have your own ones right? Who needs that. They are using their own "patented" CLPL displays which are not proven to be a better fit for VR, unless you are looking into chinese resources. Many has complained about washed out colors, and non existing blacks, and that's not something to argue about. This is limit of technology. It will never match OLED quality, period.

Do you remember the embargo times? When we "knew" that pimax exist, is great, and is worth your kidney (SweViver)? All the "testers" were in love with their test units of pimax. After NDA expired we heard all kind of contradictions, that it was nice, but needed huge improvements - which were implemented due to full time sweviver and mrtv engagement. But they are not engineers, not scientists, they are gamers at core. SweViver claimed to have some kind of a degree, but it has never really showed in his videos, until the first 'pro' pimax reviews.

SweViver used to post all kinds of gameplay videos, on both rift and vive, he did reviews on wireless adapters etc, overall he was too positive about everything, but he gave an insight about tech. They he got involved with the pimax and made a whole 180 turn. Now it's all about pimax, and pimax only.

And what are the videos about? How to configure your headset, how to use your chinese software pitool with steamvr etc. And all that info becomes obsolete on a monthly basis. Pimax is nothing but problems. They haven't really developed anything new, high field of view lenses were available for years before (Wearlity). Everyone can make his own headset in his own garage. Oculus Rift Developer Kit 1 is open source. You can purchase your own display, your own lenses, your own 'upscaler' etc.

The cult around Pimax hypes up the 'high field of view' constantly, it began with the number 200, then it turned out to be 170, which is unusable, then you can settle for 150 with huge performance issues and distortions, and 120 is somewhat usable. Pimax lovers claims that 'even at the smallest fov' it's still bigger than rift or vive, but it's a really small difference. Just like the weight. Pimax lovers claims that it's lighter than current headsets, but it's just a few grams, nothing significant, and what matters the most in VR headsets today is the weight distribution, something that Pimax hasn't really thought of, and every attachment will change it even further. The pimax headsets are already massive.

The resolution bump is also insignificant, as by displaying a higher fov, you are stretching the pixels. FOV change is just a software, you are losing pixel space. Pimax backers aren't early adopter or VR enthusiasts, most of them are desperate ultra orthodox cultist thirsty gamers that don't really understand VR hurdles, and think that oculus/htc is holding off big changes just to milk money on small steps. People like MRTV (daydreamist) called the very first VR generation of headsets obsolete, a complete joke, with field of view like toilet paper rolls. His nail in the coffin evidence is that some random 'respectable german journalist' has tried Vive Pro for 5 seconds, gave a quirky smile and then took it off. HE COULD NOT STAND IT. PIMAX IS A GAME CHANGER.

Once you go pimax, you can't go back, lol. People who pre order it today are going to get it... yeah, when? This info is not clearly visible. It's placed somewhere in the comments/faq, and it did not exists few days ago. They say you are going to get in about 120 days. That's march 2019. Perhaps a Quest release?

Few days ago there was a shitstorm about Heaney articles on UploadVR, that he deliberately misinformed the readers, as the info about pimax was clearly available (something about thumbsticks in controllers or something). It was a real witch hunt, with few pimax leaders demanding justice for such blasphemy. Truth is, everything about pimax is a mess.
https://www.reddit.com/Pimax/comments/9scvr0/i_contacted_uploadv

The recent review also shows that everything about pimax shows is just 'nice guy' moves. People are being nice to each other.
https://www.reddit.com/Pimax/comments/9t77km/a_different_take_on_the_pimax_headsets_after_the/

The latest 2 hour live unboxing showed a guy unboxing his pimax in a kitchen. He basically stood in one place and said things like colors are good, blacks are good, tracking is good. Everything that pimax backers wants to see to reaffirm their 'investment'.
https://youtu.be/pXoj9chvDwE

The software is not ready, everything about pimax is coming soon. The backers who paid for Pimax 8KX are getting "loaners".. but who believes that? The roadmap on Pimax is long already, they won't commit to this project. They are sending you what they are building right now, and just hope you prefer to stick to it instead of keep waiting, and maybe they will offer you a $100 discount in their store for accessories, lol.

Even pimax themselves discourage people from getting Pimax 5KBE - a business edition - that was teased about 3 months ago as ironman-like helmet, lol. This headset supposedly used OLED display, but the company says it's not so good experience. Lol. What a honesty! Or maybe it's just something about obvious OLED display supply issue... ?

We all buy chinese clothes, shoes, we go to chinese restaurants, we buy chinese furniture, we get chinese phone cases... but are you buying a chinese car? why would you buy such a new technology as VR from a chinese manufacturer? this is a whole new field, and as time has proven, not an easy one. Slapping bigger lenses and screens isn't progress. Their own lighthouse was shown back in 2017 which looked exactly like official HTC lighthouse v1 with 3D printed case. Their own controllers were never shown in action, just a 'prototypes' video. Why we aren't seeing more alternatives, if HTC/ValVe/SteamVR is so open?

Samsung Odyssey+ is the latest headset which is quite promising for what it is, and within limits of Gen1. Inside Out tracking is the future, and will only get better from now on. I trust in Oculus Insight, and it's just laughable when people think by spending lots of money on all accessories now they are making themselves futureproof. VR is progressing fast, but obviously not fast enough for many. But Oculus consistently delivers, and people will always read between the lines. Many are cheering for Oculus fall... but after all, it seems like many are leaching from what Oculus provided to the VR scene.

TLDR: Pimax isn't here, is overhyped, constantly lies, has dedicated ultra orthodox vr gamers defending each and every step and mistranslation. "tens" of units out there doesn't make it present, and as time has proven, it still has a long long way to go.
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So I thought that what with Amir being arrested yesterday, I'd write a list of all the crimes Amir has done in the past.

While I was looking up bathroom etiquette laws for Toothbrush, I found a Yahoo Answers page about it and somebody submitted a CH video about it, filmed in the same toilet Toothbrush was filmed. I just inceptioned myself. Does anyone have the name of the law that Amir infringes in Waitress by calling people and insulting them? And by trolling mourning people in Rickroll?
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So I started riding just a month or so ago and I've always loved watching YouTube vloggers with their fancy footage on their motorcycles, so I decided to get myself a little Chinese spycam and mount it inside my helmet using double-sided sticky tape and some velcro to take my own vids. This particular camera is very popular among C airplane enthusiasts because of its diminutive size and light weight. It's also rather cheap, I got mine for $44 (I got the one with wide-angle D lens) from the manufacturer on their eBay store, eletoponline365.
Techmoan did a very nice review of this little camera, so if you're interested in the details, you can watch his take here. He has test footage in the review, but it's obviously very much compressed since it's hosted on YouTube. I took a short video earlier today and if you want to see what the video quality looks like uncompressed and unedited, you can download my file here [168 MB]
Personally, I'm pretty satisfied with the results. The battery life on this thing is a bit short, only about 45 minutes, but it's not too much of an issue for me. Also, it doesn't come with any built-in storage, so you need to get your own microSD card.
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