|Posted: April 15, 2016, 12:40 am - IP Logged|
It just occurred to me, can we learn more by speeding up draw results on a colorful graph that changes in real time?
The way we all analyze numbers is by waiting for the results after the draw, which means waiting hours upon hours..lol
What If we could transpose the data onto a visual color scheme with individual items in motion, but 50 to a 100 times faster.
For example, If you watch a movie one frame every 20 seconds at a time, there would be no practical way to make out what the story is about. Unless you had countless weeks to watch this movie taking notes along the way, putting the pieces together, it would be nearly impossible to understand the plot.
Just like a movie and it's individual frames in the tens of thousands moving by the lens very quickly, tens of thousands of lottery draw results moving past very quickly in the colorful animated graph, could in theory emulate the same results of the comprehension of a movie one may be watching, plot an all.
Teaser....I'm about to unleash something in the systems forum unlike anything before. In fact, it will eclipse every other system I've created, all put together.
Hint: It has to do with relationships between numbers.
It's a work in progress. I'm almost 40% done.