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Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality, & Holograms News and Discussions
As advances in computer technology make gadgets ever smaller and more portable the idea of carrying a screen of any kind could soon be outdated.
Consumer products with screens have dropped in size from computer to laptop to tablet via phone.
But one company specialising in cutting edge visual technology waIsraeli company Lumus has shown off the PD-18-2, which may look like a cumbersome pair of shades but allow the user to see high-quality images while they walk.nts to beam information directly into your field of vision.
People don't like wearing things on their face unless they have to, just a smartphone is far preferable to me. And if this really happens we'll just have so many more people walking into each other in the streets, and getting run over after veering onto the road without realising.
Now if they come up with a nude app for this or watching porn undectected.
What is true, just, and beautiful is not determined by popular vote. The masses everywhere are ignorant, short-sighted, motivated by envy, and easy to fool. Democratic politicians must appeal to these masses in order to be elected. Whoever is the best demagogue will win. Almost by necessity, then, democracy will lead to the perversion of truth, justice and beauty. -Hans Hermann Hoppe
Wow... the future's coming...
Things are about to get a lot more interesting. The privacy scare that we're in now is about to get a lot scarier - how long will it be before a program exists that will tell you who anyone is that is in your field of vision? There are a few ways it could be done - software that scans for other nearby mobiles or facial recognition software coupled with a logic program that determines the likelihood that such a person that looks such a way might be in such a place, then brings up a facebook profile, an eharmony match percentage, email address, telephone number, home address, you name it. That'll be the generation gap between the millennials and the next generation. The next generation of teenagers will be used to what we might call stalking people. That'll simply be how they learn about another person. They won't talk much. No need. The millennial generation will try to stop the next teenagers from broadcasting their personal information to the public network, but the far more tech-savvy next generation will be running circles around them.
That being said, I want a pair. Right now.
Also, did you see Motorola's device. It's over 9000!
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Google Hiring Augmented-Reality Experts Amid Rumors of HUD Glasses
As rumors swirl around Google’s plans to announce head-up display glasses by the end of the year, the company has quietly begun advertising for a designer and engineer responsible for augmented-reality mapping.