Technology has evolved from previous technology, never really starting out as it’s new thing. People been “evolving” their technology, but haven’t really been breeding anything spectacular. A phone has always been a phone. A computer has always been a computer. But this Project Glass has started something totally all-out new. Might have a few features from previous technologies, but it’s one of the first devices which people are able to wear fashionably and and use for a lot of other of multiple of things, not just to contact someone, or listen to music, or store data into.
It’s cool, cause, so much things are so much more easier for you to do now that you are able to operate this. This technolgoy is a lot more and can be more beneficial thing for us to use everyday, unlike a i-pod or a phone or a camera, or anything like that. It’s really complex that it’s used to contact others much easier, and it can even be voice activated to make messages to others. You can even capture images anywhere you are and saved data on to it. The problem is…society will start to have a lot more bad eye vision among the people.
Well, I kind of do mean this literally, but than I’m also trying to tell you this metaphorically too. Literally, yes it will make our bad eye vision worst, if we will be using for the rest of our lives for daily activites, we’ll probably be staring at a almost empty screen for the whole 16 hours we’re awake for.
It also means that we probably even going to use this for , practically everyday. If you watched the video, you use it for directions to places, or remind you of event you’ll go to like concerts and appointments you’ll have. Of course, everyone knows this, but basically, we might start relying on this for too much.
Sure, it’s cool, maybe fashionable, and even futuristic-like, and might be the new thing for the next decade. It evens helps with our very own lives. But just remind you what you’re get later in our future, but also think about the things we are going to leave behind when we use this regularly.