Seeing the internet in our future

On Tuesday, we briefly talked about Ray Kurzweil and his forecast for our use of media in the future. Well…the future in now. First, here’s a story on the development of that “internet-in-a-contact” with a link to the detailed IEEE article. 

When will we be able to enter a room and create an imaginary scenario so realistic that it seems as if we are really there? Sooner than you think, says Dr.  Michio Kaku,  Professor of Theoretical Physics, CUNY.  

Don’t want to wear the contacts but want to see the augmented reality anyway. Read this
New York Times blog bit on Google’s experiment.

What else can we imagine in our future?

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About janpatricequarles

MTSU Professor of Mass Communication
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One Response to Seeing the internet in our future

  1. groupblog3 says:


    I don’t know if this is what it will actually be like, but it’s a cool promo video
    Alex W.

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