"Vgain" has two fold significance it is a homonym, i.e. sounds like "Vegan" which I am & "V" is for 'Venus' as in the 'The Venus Project' of which I am an avid supporter and advocate.
The Venus Project proposes a vision of a future in which we all "GAIN" a life replete with abundance by simply leveraging our historically unprecedented automated manufacturing capacity, calling into question whether or not currency remains the best method to ration resources.
Earth is abundant with plentiful resources; today our practice of rationing resources through monetary methods is inefficient when compared to the potential of the direct application of our science. Money also creates undesirable aberrant behavior which is counter productive to our survival. Modern society has access to highly advanced technologies and can make available food, clothing, housing, medical care, a relevant educational system, and develop a limitless supply of renewable, non-contaminating energy such as geothermal, solar, wind, tidal, etc.
We need to adopt a systems approach to the design of cities in their entirety and not the inefficient adhoc approach of today. Cities should be technologically integrated from the ground up to be autonomous in terms of providing the cities residents access to the necessities of life free of debt and servitude, all this done to the extent of our current science.It is now possible by leveraging technology to have everyone enjoy a very high standard of living with all of the amenities that a prosperous civilization can provide. This can be accomplished through the intelligent and humane application of science and technology.
Inspired by the life work of The Venus Projects founder, Jacque Fresco(born March 13, 1916), to continue to pursue my childhood vision and passion for creating a world of abundance and peace using what I love 'technology' to automate as much as possible. I encourage you to check out Jacques life's work. Please enjoy my selection of applications that I hope contribute to this vision, even if just a little.