New Tech: The Future of Computing is Mobile, Screen-less and Invisible

Vuzix_ar (1) Reto Meier, an "Android Developer Advocate for Google" recently laid out a sci-fi renditiion of where mobile computing is headed.

In five years we'll have the first widely-available flexible displays and built in Pico HD projectors and larger multitouch screens, better gesture input, and flawless voice recognition.

In ten years we'll have  transparent LCD patches that can be applied to regular glasses and  full virtual keyboards with voice input that eliminates physical keyboards entirely.

Meier's Prediction: 20 years, from now, we'll we'll have contact lenses that project a visual feed directly onto your retina and interface with computers through mind control.

Casey Kazan via MIT technologyreview.


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