What resolution do you believe mainstream monitors will have reached by the time of your death?
Do you believe humans will have finally set foot on mars before you die?
Will google glass ever be a thing?
Probably something incredibly unescasary. But i would hope we've moved past screens & onto something like the technology in Her
Set foot? Yes, do anything important? Probably not
Google glass doesn't matter so who gives a shit
>What resolution do you believe mainstream monitors will have reached by the time of your death?
There will be no more monitors. Everyone will be using Google Glass
>Do you believe humans will have finally set foot on mars before you die?
Hope not, it's a waste of money
>Will google glass ever be a thing?
>Implying Maxwell's equations are totally correct
>Implying electrogravitics is pseudoscience
>Implying reciprocal theory is pseudoscience
>Implying Lockheed-Martin doesn't already have prototypes
>Hard to say
>Maybe, but mars is stupid, there's better planets worth investigating
>Not in it's current state - Either it becomes more functional at the same price range or it becomes essentially a bluetooth device for a significantly lower cost
>i hope we move beyond pixels and a new technology comes across
>Not knowing about voxels
They have these things called Voxels, and these guys at Voxon have been able to create a crude implementation of a holographic device using voxels... I say crude because it's big, loud, and janky... It's 3D effect seems to be generated by moving an LCD pannel on the Z axis rapidly enough to give the full effect of 3D, and using the monitors Z plane to choose the image to draw (I may be wrong, but these are my assumptions based off of watching videos on it, i'm no developer of it or for it)
I hope that by the time I die, mainstream will be to use something better than a monitor.
Honestly, I'm hoping for neural interfaces. Why render everything in high resolution when we can make you think that you are seeing stuff in high resolution?
>>Implying Maxwell's equations aren't totally correct
>>Implying electrogravitics isn't pseudoscience
>>implying reciprocal theory can deal with RC circuits
>>implying that we'll ever make anything close to FTL without a theory of quantum gravity
Pixel resolution? Probably 16k, I doubt they'll progress past that simply because upping resolution can only work for so long.
By then likely we'll have some new technology that doesn't use pixels, though.
Of course, the estimate the Mars mission in what 20 years?
A thing? Sure, but not a thing anyone would use on a mass scale. But Google Glass is the Palm Pilot to the future's smart phone.
Watch Interstellar, it's a masterpiece.
All of you should see it actually
I wish. The truth is that they're probably going to sink lower, trailing behind the collapse of the global economy.
1280x768 is the fucking future man.
1080p most likely, 1440p maybe.
Google Glass will still be Google Glass. Most people will still be using their phones to do on-the-go communications.
There's not a whole lot that can change in 2 years.
>Yes, It's convinient if you want to watch something while doing other stuff. Cleaning and watching something wacky, cycling and watching something wacky. It's perfect for modern "adhd" generation.
I had a high school science teacher tell me that he didn't believe the lunar landing was real. What the fuck is wrong with people? How can someone honestly believe that we didn't do it? Also sorry to ruin your hype train EU but you weren't the first guys to land on a comet
Yo Philae, I'm real happy for you, and I'mma let you finish.
But Deep Impact had one of the best comet landings of all time!
OF ALL TIME!