Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Age of us cyborgs slowly coming, in 3 YEARS! Now: translucent displays, nanocomputer nanorobots floating inside us.

Translucent displays - transparent. mixing reality and projected images.
think about a glass window, upon which screen images will project.
you will still see through, but images generated by computer will be added.

plus, flexible, bendable displays. and all will be touch sensitive.


Nanorobots.
small millimeter-sized robots to communicate with each other while maintaining diminutive weight and power needs.

our body biological functions will be monitored in vivid detail and sent to you or your doctor.
This will be possible because tiny robots will be living inside of us.

also broadcast private audio messages directly to our eardrums. later, direct brain to brain communication.

These tiny computers will also, in essence, also make any inanimate object "smart."
Google recently unveiled Android @ Home, which is a set of tools and APIs using an open-source wireless protocol that can connect every object in your home.
Everything will be interlinked.
Never again will you misplace your GPS-enabled socks.
Your bottle of Jameson will email you if the babysitter sneaks into your wet bar.
Forks will display the calorie count of each bite.

!!!! Timetable: Expect to see the first human trials of long-term implanted nanobots within three years. We will see linked-in appliances and light switches in the next two years. Smaller domestic objects utilizing nanocomputing will make their debut later in this decade.


7 technologies that will turn us into the Borg by 2021 | DVICE


very soon, we will never know the world and the lives we lived before .....
us ourselves, we will change into oblivion, perhaps.
we will become components of super nano computers.

its all just a program, anyway. a program running inside our brains.


nanocomputing - processors, computers will become part of matter itself.
hence, smart tires, smart bricks - like you don't know it. computing on atom, and subatom levels.


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