Saturday October 24, 2020

Heads-up displays bring trust into focus

If societal concerns can be overcome, visual headsets have huge potential

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
17th November, 2019

The biggest nightmare, or dream, depending on who you ask, about how we will be using technology in the future is getting an awful lot closer – soon, we may all be using heads-up displays like Tony Stark. This corner was one of the loudest supporters of Google Glass, the failed and oft-criticised effort by the tech giant to make such Iron Man-style interfaces a reality. Many of those criticisms were justified, but still I...

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