Saturday, March 31, 2007
The iN2015 was created as a 10 year Masterplan, which probably seemed like a long time ahead at that time. Well, the good news is it's only 7 more years to go, and I highly doubt any of that is going to take place. If the impression that the video gave you was that it was messy, you are very right. The IDM masterplan is also quite messy and I can't see how anything might come out of it.
NTT Docomo 2010 vision is only 3 years away and their video looks more high-tech and elegant. I'll be very impressed indeed if they make those paper thin holographic displays cheap enough for widespread use.
that's just being plain disparaging. there's nothing wrong with holograph projection screens on car windscreens, it's quite useful no? and visiting the zoo. i mean please la, of course you have the option of looking at the animals or the screens, if you choose the screens then too bad right? voice activated... technology will always benefit a majority of people while leaving those who are unable to cope behind, there will always be people who are unaccessible to tech, as long as the tech benefits many, i don't see anything to worry about. if your reasoning goes, the telephone is such a pain in the ass, good luck to mutes. and everyone colliding with each other; my god.
I think the anonymous person makes some sense.
No Anthony, Anonymous' comments don't make sense. What does being 'creme de la creme' have to do with offering our views of the IDM industry? Furthermore, we were passing critisisms at the iN2015. I thought internet trolls only flamed people who were SUPPORTIVE of govt policies.
I think the high tech gadgets are too far fetched and won't happen anytime soon for the next several years, or at least they won't gain widespread usage.
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