Core Alignment Model (CAM)
The Core Alignment Model is a meta-model for modeling authentic presence, and describes the parts that form the whole of CAM and our current description of it's structural application. Our aim is the mental alignment of individual and corporate interests in a digitally cohesive, value driven, decentralized entrepreneurial environment driven by digital media technology as the background and focus. Our model proposes to address a core transformational mechanism for the radical realignment of individual core values and corporate interest.
John Deacon: "This is the model by which I process my position in reality. It’s based on structural dynamics, cybernetics, and interface orientation. It does require an awareness of the dynamics involved with semiotics, digital skills, and visionary imagination. It’s one way you can place imagination in context other than be controlled by it. This leads to the use of this model as a core alignment tool to guide and navigate the action and thought process and act as a metal control loop in terms of instrumentation and interface design using, using the human body as instrument. By showing others how I think I have been able to help them become more grounded by creating a model for transformation in this current climate using digital technology which break down the authentic intellect in favor of artificial intellect (memory and intelligence)."