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At our weekly lab meeting this past Friday, our research group conducted an exercise. We each spoke about examples from a possible not-to-distant future where screens had been replaced with less obtrusive technology.

Our goal in this process was to call out the things that had changed. There was only one rule:

Technology changed things not for the worse, but for the better.

In my example, the idea of owning physical products had become obsolete and products were instead sold seamlessly through a persistent augmented reality and computer vision interface.


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