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While child privacy issues remain a major obstacle -- and rightly so -- “smart” toys are poised for serious growth over the next several years.

In just short five years, the market for smart toys -- and the software on which they run -- will be worth $18 billion.

That’s according to a fresh forecast from Juniper Research, which estimates the market to be currently worth about $6billion.

The projecting tripling of the market will mostly be driven by the increasing popularity of smartphone-connected toys and related in-app purchases, which are projected to grow by 69% annually over the next five years.

Of the two, in-app purchases will become the main driver for growth -- with content revenues reaching 25% of the total industry by 2023, according to Juniper.

Among other smart toys to watch, Merge’s augmented reality “Cube” illustrates the potential of the smartphone working alongside an established platform for successful content distribution. Unfortunately for purists, the growth of smart toys coincides with the stagnation of the console based "Toys to Life" sector.

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In response to this broader trend, vendors should incorporate smartphones into their proposition to drive new innovative games, Juniper suggests.

Meanwhile, privacy issues will continue to loom large for anyone investing in the market.

Among other related warning signs, the recent prosecution for VTech’s breach of data security clearly demonstrated the Federal Trade Commission's increasing willingness to issue data-protection violations. In Europe, the new GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) rules will further expose vendors to big fines.

Yet Juniper sees the increased focus on security as an opportunity.

For example, vendors that can foster a safe reputation will have a selling point with which to separate themselves in a crowded marketplace.

Also of note, Juniper found that as connected toys become more affordable, educational toys will increasingly find a place in school curricula.

Learning-kit maker Osmo, for instance, has already found its way into 25,000 schools.

More broadly, Juniper forecasts that this particular market will be worth more than $1.5 billion by 2023.

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Jennifer Jarratt from Leading Futurists, LLC , May 10, 2018 at 3:15 p.m.

If a "short" year is 365 days, then a "long" year must be a Leap year, right? I know I'm being cranky about this, but it's an annoying writing habit I wish we'd stop. In the future, maybe we'll be allowed to choose the "length" of the next year, so we can pick a super long one if it looks like being a good one!

Note that this behavior of the T channel is qualitatively identical to that of the Na + channel underlying conventional action potentials, with several quantitative differences. These are:

This last point means that it is only conventional action potentials that convey the information relayed to cortex.

Figure 3: Various properties of the low threshold Ca spike; redrawn from (Sherman and Guillery, 2006). A,B: Intracellular recording of a relay cell from the lateral geniculate nucleus of a cat in vitro. At an initial membrane potential of -59 mV, I is inactivated and thus the cell responds in tonic mode (A). Here, the response to a depolarizing 0.3 nA current injection is a steady stream of unitary action potentials. At an initial membrane potential of -70 mV, I is de-inactivated and thus the cell responds in Yves Saint Laurent Saint Laurent Tribute Two Pumps Comfortable For Sale Great Deals Online Low Cost Online Brand New Unisex Cheap Online EcMGO
mode (B). Now, the very same current injection activates the low threshold Ca spike, which in turn activates, in this case, a burst of 8 conventional action potentials. C: Initial response of cell in A,B to various levels of current injection from different initial membrane potentials. At levels that inactivate I and produce tonic firing (-47 mV and -59 mV), a fairly linear relationship ensues. At levels that de-inactivate I and produce burst firing (-77 mV and -83 mV), a nonlinear relationship in the form of a step function is seen at low stimulus intensities.

The real significance of T channel behavior is shown in the figure. That is, the low threshold Ca 2+ spike is sufficiently large (typically 25-40 mV) to activate a transient, high frequency burst of conventional action potentials. If the relay cell is relatively depolarized for \geq 100 msec (panel A), T channels are inactivated and play no role in neuronal responses. Now, a depolarizing current pulse (or EPSP ) directly activates a series of unitary action potentials for as long as the input remains suprathreshold; this is the tonic mode of firing . However, if the same cell is sufficiently hyperpolarized for \geq 100 msec (panel B), T channels are de-inactivated and primed for action. Now, the very same depolarizing pulse (or EPSP) activates the low threshold Ca 2+ spike, which in turn, activates a burst of 2-10 action potentials; this is the burst mode of firing . Note that the very same input (or EPSP) results in a very different message relayed to cortex, depending on the recent voltage history of the relay cell. Note also that, because of the slow kinetics of the inactivation gate, a polarization change must be sustained for roughly \geq 100 msec to change the inactivation state and affect a switch between firing modes.

Panel C shows some of the consequences of the tonic versus burst firing modes (Sherman, 1996, 2001; Sherman and Guillery, 2006). Because tonic firing represents a direct link between an input depolarization or EPSP, the larger the depolarization, the greater the response. There is thus a fairly linear input/output relationship during tonic firing. In contrast, burst firing represents an indirect link between the input EPSP and action potential generation, the link being the low threshold Ca 2+ spike; because this is all-or-none, meaning that a larger EPSP does not evoke a larger low threshold Ca 2+ spike, this input/output relationship is decidedly nonlinear, approximating a step function.

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