@SaneIT: that is a really cool idea and a way to get rid of the headgear until the technology gets small enough so that simple glasses can hold the processors. But the direction google currently moving in, doesn't seems they want to use glasses only for display.
That will be interesting to see, if cell phones develop the controls that are required to make Glass work then we may end up with a hybrid system of display in the glasses and processing in the phone. The glasses might become just another interface.
@SaneIT: don't worry I believe that all these advancement will definitely come to the cell phones, and they will come earlier than in glasses. The reason I believe that because there are too many competitors in the market in phone technology and the only thing they can beat each other is by introducing a new and a better technology. On the other hand the glasses are being made only by a single manufacturer. It is totally up to them how fast they will improve.
I think that we'll start seeing better implementation of products like Google Glass but until then yes there will some time where the cyborgs rule. Once they get the projector improved enough that you can use a plain lens then Glass will look like just another pair of eye glasses. I am hoping that some of these advancements come to cell phones too though. I would love for my phone to track eye movement as a control and to have better voice commands.
Sherly I have heard about some super soldiers being created by some countries on the concept of cyborg (thats what I think). They have all the highly sensitive gadgetary available to them and they can fight both day and night with similar ease. I do not know the details but in near future we can see people like cyborg roaming in between us.
@Sara: Future is just like an alien for us humans we don't know how it will look like, we visualize that aliens are not like human but we haven't thought of a single one without hands and feet or even both, which means either our thoughts are limit or we are not thinking out of the box. Same is the case with glasses. Most of the people perceive a future full of gadgets which will make their life easier and what will be more easer than getting things happen simply by moving your eye ball. I am not sure what the next thing we will think about future when google glasses technology will be 10 years old.
Everytime I watched The Jetsons, I asked myself if having a robot maid and everything else the family had was possible. That was back in the early 90s. Things have definitely advanced with time, so I guess anything is possible now. And with Google glass, I think The Jetsons community is not impossible anymore. Google's initial step may not be the only one. There may be others already working on similar projects. Would I jump in and join the bandwagon? I can't say. I may not want to at the moment, but things can change. So I'll keep an open mind about everything.
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