Welcome to ULTRASENSORIAL A.C.: To preserve Mexicos intellectual potential.

Ingenuity is one of the most prominent of humanity´s features.
Throughout human history, the loss of inventions and knowledge, products of human ingenuity, has occurred several times.
These losses have been caused by malicious intentions, ignorance, collateral destruction, failure to record information in durable mediums, or even by religious fanatics.
Unfortunately, these losses have delayed and even turned back millenniums human progress and limited our ability to survive. However, if we can save our ingenuity from being lost, delayed, or destroyed, we can solidly advance humanity and potentially prevent our own extinction.
Despite being the 10th most powerful economy in the world, Mexico ranks 34th in research and development investment. According to the OCDE, 11.2 million professional people have left Mexico to work in other countries, including 867,000 individuals with a professional, master's, or Ph.D. degree. The brain drain and loss of highly skilled workers, is estimated to cost Mexico over USD$10,000 million every year, with more than one-third of Mexican Ph.D. graduates living and working in the U.S.A.
The Mexican government's support for inventors and entrepreneurs is minimal, with the CONACYT providing only small amounts of aid while imposing heavy red tape conditions that often result in failure and once you fail, you are marked for life as a looser, no more oportunities.
Private investors in Mexico are also hesitant to invest in startups and may only do so based on cash flow from other businesses belonging to the inventor (how many inventors you know that have a thriving business), requiring a large equity stake and sometimes even real estate as collateral from the inventor.
Mexican universities discourage creativity and are often burdened with excessive red tape, resulting in minimal research and development that lags other countries.
The lack of innovation in private industry in Mexico further exacerbates the issue. Companies in Mexico often fail to invest in new equipment or machinery until they are long obsolete, and they frequently seek government protection for their lack of innovation and R&D.
As a result, almost everything technological in Mexico is imported. Most Mexican inventors lack direction, funding, or technical support and often emigrate to other countries to develop their inventions. Others become discouraged or branded as losers and quit, leaving their inventions unrealized. In Mexico Elon Musk would still be at his parents house or in a low paying job.
While Mexico has some of the most competent entrepreneurs, engineers, and scientists, they often emigrate or are mired in university red tape.
In contrast, the biggest Mexican billionaire in the world, Carlos Slim Elu, made his fortune through political connections and serving as the front of the former Mexico’s president and how has left Mexico as his company has become transnational.
Although Mexico has brilliant engineers who have created innovative technologies, such as translucent and conducting cement, they often struggle to find funding and support for their inventions. Even when they do, their inventions may be undervalued and used for less impactful purposes.
Many technologies, such as color TV, high-temperature superconductors, and the Mendoza (Tomson) submachine gun, were researched or invented in Mexico but failed to flourish due to lack of support and funding, but their inventions went to revolutionize our lives anyway, developed in other countries, the Mendoza sub machinegun went out as the Thomson submachinegun, Color TV and being for some time at the front of the high temperature superconductors, Mexico just lost the lead.
"Mexico is currently facing social and technological setbacks, which are resulting in a decline in innovation, increasing drug dependence, violence, and organized crime. One of the major contributors to this situation is the country's low wages for engineers, scientists, and other workers. This issue exacerbates the problem and makes it even more challenging to overcome.
Recently, there has been a positive shift in direction under the current president's leadership. However, it will take time to reverse the negative trajectory and set the country on the right path towards progress and development.
To achieve this goal, Mexico needs urgent support for its inventors and innovators. They must be empowered and provided with resources to develop new industries, create jobs, and boost the country's economy. Failure to provide this support may result in a loss of opportunities, forcing more Mexicans to migrate in search of employment, and ultimately, leading to a brain drain in the country.
It is crucial that we prioritize investing in Mexico's future by supporting its people and promoting innovation. By doing so, we can create a more prosperous and secure Mexico that contributes positively to the global community. It is time to take action and invest in Mexico's potential before it is too late."
"When an inventor has an idea, they have to make a model to prove their concept, and this process costs money. Most inventors don't have the necessary funds, so they must seek investment.
In the United States, it is common for inventors to fail a few times before succeeding, while American investors take the risk of failure and simply move on, if an idea doesn't pan out, without penalizing the inventor, they invest in hi again and again until they are sure he has no good invention or he succeeded.
However, in Mexico´s investors are scarce, and the few that exist are risk-averse. They prefer to offer loans, requiring inventors to collateralize their assets. In the case of failure, the inventor loses their property and is branded as a failure, making it difficult to obtain future investments. If an invention proves successful, investors take most of the profits, relegating the inventor to almost nothing, or buying the rights to the idea at a low cost; this is not a Mexico´s exclusive, just ask Nikola Tesla.
This approach has resulted in a lack of innovation and patents granted to Mexicans, due to a lack of government funding, direction, and support.
To address this problem, we have created a non-profit civil association ULTRASENSORIAL A.C. dedicated to providing Mexican entrepreneurs and inventors (as well as others) with the technical expertise, machinery, modern materials, modern fabrication systems, and scientific laboratories needed to bring their ideas from a raw concept to a well-developed, proven concept ready for the industry, and salable in the global market.
In the event of a failed invention (which occurs 90% of the time), we will take the risk of loss, protecting the inventor and allowing them to try again with the same or a different concept (It worked on Silicon Valley, why not here). When an invention proves to be a good idea and advances to a "proven concept" status, we will adapt it to make it cheaper and more scalable, and then develop packaging and delivery strategies to market it globally.
To sustain this service in perpetuity, Munoz Industries holdings will provide the A.C. with the means to be self-sufficient, environmentally friendly, and not require any further assistance.
What will we achieve for humanity? We aim to start a trend in Mexico towards innovation, creativity, and the recognition of research and development of new ideas. We hope to begin a wave of entrepreneurial activity similar to that which created Silicon Valley, allowing ideas that may have been forgotten or developed in other countries to remain in Mexico, and creating wealth within the country. We will create well-paid jobs for entrepreneurs, engineers, and scientists, who will create new industries, generating a significant number of well-paid jobs.
We will preserve the fruits of Mexican ingenuity, which have previously been wasted or lost to other countries, leaving Mexico in poverty and in the hands of organized crime. To accomplish our goals, we must provide the institute with all the necessary resources for inventors to perfect their inventions, adapt them for manufacturing, and compete in the global market."
That indispensable service cost money, need tools, professional advice on materials and fabricating technologies, scientific instruments, need a place to work.
We will offer the inventor a shared risk partnership with the goal to make the prototype and if it is doable, we will generate the proof of concept; then we will make a production prototype and commercialize the invention on the global market. If the invention fail on any step, the inventor lost nothing and gained experience in the process and then try again or make another invention; it has been proved that an inventor fail several times before mastering the process and making a market successful invention.
We will provide the laboratory equipped with all the construction tools, subtractive and additive to build the idea, materials and then the industrial knowledge and support to build a production model and then the marketing to sell the invention on the global market.
On every successful invention perfected at the institution, we will share with the inventor on profits, and that way we will be able to continue doing the same for all the inventors in their own country, opening new industries and allowing the inventor to remain in his own country wile helping with jobs to his fellow countrymen.
Today, Mexico´s talent and inventions go to waste, go to other countries to be developed and do not give Mexico any benefit. On own of our big beach front properties, we are planning on building 10,723 m2 of laboratories on the selected scientific and industrial areas we favor to develop, equipped with the latest measuring instruments and fabrication techniques; with 20 theoretical and technical counselors’ offices with a 600 people auditorium.
We will try to promote inventions that have a substantial effect on human wellbeing, we will not promote or develop any kind of invention that contribute to war. We will promote inventions that increase human capacities.
I.- Perception of electric fields (like fish on murky water) will allow us to see in total darkness, or fog or smoke or see through opaque object
II.- Perception of magnetic fields (like birds finding their way) or feel machines at work, cables conducting or not doing so, metallic surfaces charged or not.
III.- Perception of a wider light spectrum from the infrared to the ultraviolet or even to x rays; also allowing us to see things that are cut of our actual vision.
IV.- Better sound direction perception and better sensibility from infrasound to higher frequencies.
V.- Perception of location, speed, acceleration and direction (like birds navigating); allowing us to differentiate from noise, voices or music from a longer distance, or hearing footsteps from afar, or hearing dangerous thing long before they are near us, knowing also from where the noise come with a high precision.
VI.- Magnifying or minimizing our motion, giving us the capability to manipulate very small objects with precision or big or heavy objects with force and precision (The new exo-skeleton is an early example).
VII.- Augmenting our limited ranged applied force and sensibility to big or small forces and force fields.
VIII.- Increasing our smell perception while allowing us to identify smells more precisely. Actually only experts, we can smell up to 2 million fragrances allowing us to smell like a dog can differentiating fragrances, and their existence in space at extremely low concentrations.
If we have been able to reach our actual technology and conscientious state, using only our normal 15 senses, imagine what will our brain be able to invent, using all our augmented and added senses.
Imagine the goals we will be able to reach in our universe by feeling it through our augmented senses.
We are allowing us to evolve in to Homo Sapiens III
"We already have some prospects interested in joining our Foundation as soon as it begins operations. Additionally, we have identified several promising products that we plan to develop. These products include:
I. A helmet designed to improve one's sense of direction by training the brain to reacquire the ability to find North. With consistent use over a period of three months, the wearer should be able to discern the location of North without the need for the helmet.
II. Glasses that eliminate nausea caused by motion sickness. These glasses will train the wearer's brain to function normally while in motion, even in the most challenging conditions. Unlike traditional remedies such as pills or patches, these glasses offer a convenient and effective solution.
III. A helmet designed for visually impaired individuals that includes range finders, GPS location capabilities, and tilt sensors. The helmet uses skin actuators on the wearer's head to provide real-time feedback on obstacles in all directions, and a tilt sensor that always indicates the direction of the zenith. Additionally, the helmet includes GPS functionality to help the user navigate independently.
IV. A helmet designed to stimulate specific regions of the brain to produce desired effects such as a meditative state, augmented memory, or heightened attention. The helmet uses non-invasive direct current transcranial stimulation and de-stimulation to activate and deactivate various brain regions.
V. A sea water desalination that uses minimal energy to produce fresh water at an affordable price. The desalination eliminates the need for costly energy inputs typically required to produce fresh water from sea water, making fresh water accessible to all. This device can also effectively remove pollutants from any type of water.
In conclusion, our Foundation is excited to bring these innovative products to the market and help improve the lives of individuals across the globe."
Now we have to act.
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