With the advent of smart glasses, the screen will no longer exist?

Since the 1970s, many everyday office tools have been "swallowed up", such as calendars, business card storage boxes, dictionaries, maps, books, media players, filing cabinets, fax machines, and corded phones.

Most antique-grade office equipment is often replaced by a networked smartphone or notebook. Today, the technology staff packs are typically laptops and chargers, smartphones, earbuds, wallets, and keys.

Since the advent of the PC, office tools have gradually disappeared unconsciously. I believe that in the near future, you can walk into Starbucks without a mobile phone or laptop, browse the web while drinking coffee, video chat with friends, or edit the form.

By the mid-1920s, your wallet, keys and laptop chargers would lose their meaning. In the earliest 2017, the key will be integrated into the smartphone, and Volvo will launch a car that supports the opening and starting of the phone. In 2025, most cars will be equipped with this feature. With the dramatic increase in notebook life in the past 15 years, people will put their laptop chargers at home. With the help of advances in mobile technology, high-end notebooks are advancing into the 12-hour battery life club.

In addition, the two main items in the wallet—driver's license and credit card—will soon land on the smartphone. Iowa is already testing a project to license a smartphone. Visa, MasterCard, Apple Pay, Samsung Pay and Google Wallet are killing the smartphone digital payment market.

The era of smart glasses is coming

By the 1930s, notebooks, smartphones and earphones will be integrated by "smart glasses." Unlike Google Glass, which is just a monitor at best, smart glasses at the time will completely replace your smartphone. Two major technological breakthroughs will make smartphones even more powerful – augmented reality display technology and finger tracking technology. Innovations in miniaturization and battery life will make smart glasses hundreds of times more computationally intensive than today's smartphones, and earplugs with chips will be mounted on the frames.

By then, AR (Augmented Reality) display technology for smart glasses can layer text, images, and full 3D scenes directly in the user's field of view. Everything we see on the monitor today will be presented in 3D on smart glasses in the future. By the early 1930s, we could sit in Starbucks, and a virtual high-resolution display appeared in front of us, which looked incredibly real. Accelerometers and motion tracking technology will make our virtual display "fixed" on the desktop. AR display technology can create any virtual work desktop we want. The standard virtual configuration might be three monitors and a tablet on the desktop.

Smart glasses will integrate finger tracking technology – as demonstrated by the current Xbox Kinect and Leap MoTIon, so the keyboard and mouse become dispensable. Smart glasses can project a virtual keyboard on any desktop. Finger tracking technology for smart glasses will recognize your virtual buttons and is likely to be accompanied by button sound feedback. We've seen the transition of input forms from physical buttons (like BlackBerry) to touch screens (like iOS and Android), and new changes are about to happen.

When the AR display technology of smart glasses is combined with finger recognition and virtual keyboard, we will no longer need notebooks and smartphones.

The screen will disappear

Some people choose not to wear smart glasses for appearance reasons. Don't worry, by the end of the 1940s, smart glasses will be replaced by AR contact lenses. This contact lens can be paired with a micro CPU chip that is surgically implanted in the upper arm. The earplugs will also be permanently implanted into the body, enabling networked interactions anytime, anywhere, without the need for peripherals.

Both Google (with Magic Leap) and Microsoft (with HoloLens) are pushing the development of AR display technology. Early results may seem awkward, like the Compaq computer of the 1980s. But the prospects are very attractive. The winner of the AR display technology battle will ultimately control the future of the screen and will usher in a new era in which physical screens no longer exist.

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