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Heads-up displays bring trust into focus

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

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

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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