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Screens is an interesting one. Yes, I agree screens will go away. In some ways, I see AR as facilitating a move towards the past, in a sense.

For example, with AR (glasses or contacts or implants) we can be reading a book that seems to us to be as the old physical books used to be. Sit in an easy chair by the fire and flip through a book, as old. The actual book is just nothing more than a 3-d image provided to us by AR, but the feeling will be much the same as it was a hundred years ago.

Now maybe not, maybe we will just have instant access to the information via the microchip in our heads that gives us immediate internet access. But at least until we prefect the microchip/brain connection, I think AR and related technologies may have our future looking a lot like our pre-computer past.

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