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Well, i do use the iPad now for star gazing. But pointing to a star with a device that blocks your sight is quite complicated. It seems to me that just looking at a star is the (far) more simple approach.
Thank you for making my point. This is where a device like GG and iPhone/iPad (which I both HAVE) are different. And this feature will make that using a device like GG will be different than using iPhone/iPad. This feature allows for enhanced reality and creates a whole new breed of interfaces.   During hiking, when performing surgery, whilst visiting a museum, when repairing a car, star gazing at night, ... enhanced reality has an edge.   Tallest Skill may claim that GG...
So, tallest, your iPhone or iPad is translucent? Can you explain me how I can turn my iPhone/iPad into being translucent? Thanks!
Talkedt Skill doesn't understand, again.
You're misrepresenting my post. I was referring to the 'knowledge' part of rfca's argument not to the privacy issue. I agree, I should have been more specific.   Considering the big picture, I think there is no way to avoid borgification of the human species. The advantages (brain controlled artificial limbs, enhanced brain functionality, ...) are simply to great.   And yes, it will come at a steep cost, but then again we might want to have another look at privacy and how...
you're using the exact same arguments as those used 40 years ago against calculators
I fully understand the dork and privacy issues. But, GG is also an incredibly useful tool, not only in niche markets. Imagine when hiking and you get directions from GG. Or better, where flora and fauna are recognized and GG explains you everything about it. Going around in musea can be much more fun and instructive The thing is, the possibilities with a device like GG are just limitless I predict a device like GG will be a hit. Not an instant hit but therés just too...
Group mailing???? Looks a lot to Google maps app interface (choice of colors, menus, ...)
Isn't this what Skype offers for years Ah no, Skype isn't limited to 1 platform
It's not exactly new. Android has that since way back, but I'm quite happy to have it as well (at last)
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