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A gameified-social-network-world-government connecting drones and people
An extension of LaunchRedd (link),
DroneWar is a gamified social network that lets you
directly influence the world. Compete to "Like" stuff and you
help to build it
with robotics and information sharing; "unlike" stuff and you
to deconstruct it. Control a fleet of drones to do what
who you want. The network balances stuff out and prevents
cheating/ distributes energy. Intelligence is fed back into the
this is a remote real-life shooting game where you compete in games to gain control of the lanucher [JesusHChrist, Jun 03 2013]
First Person Reality TV
DroneWar is the interactive, distributed, socially networked version of First Person Reality TV [JesusHChrist, Jun 05 2013]
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||Reddslauncher Is a website where you compete in a game
to control a tennis ball gun to knock down targets in a real
world shooting gallery. It seems to be down now.
||Sounds like a high liabiliy venture to take on. What about
personal injury and property damage caused by the remote
||I thought this might be an autonomous drone killer
||I'm trying to change the category to Public/government to
avoid the liability issues but can't seem to get edit to work.
||//I'm trying to change the category to Public/government//
||Every drone is an island, and the tide is coming in.
||Anyway, If you were to slightly amend this to "Paxman Drone-mana", where a bolshy interviewer-drone asks awkwards questions...
||Those guys are definitely trying to convince us and
each other that they are drones. I would say, and
not that I am a fan, but Rush Limbaugh is at least
celebrating tone-of-voice as a coercive weapon and
not trying to hide it under the guise of
logic. By the way, is there some legal
reason why the one guy never says, "what do you
mean by threaten?" or "threaten is not a measurable
term for anything that may have occurred in my
conversation with Mr. x? Anyway, they are very
convincing in their portrayal of drones and I applaud
that in the spirit of this idea.
||OK, I concede, the Queen can have ultimate veto
power in Pax Drone-mana.