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(Venture Beat)   Facebook unveils a pair of holographic glasses, CONSUME CONFORM DO NOT QUESTION AUTHORITY   (venturebeat.com) divider line
    More: Weird, Virtual reality, Optics, Holography, Eye, Diffraction, Today's virtual reality headsets, VR display, holographic optical architecture  
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2020-06-29 1:51:00 PM  
Facebook can shove them up their ass sideways
 
2020-06-29 1:54:56 PM  
Drink the Covfefe. Suck it all up!
 
2020-06-29 2:04:27 PM  
If Sword Art Online ever turns prophetic, Facebook is exactly the type of company I can see making it happen.

/Only 2 more years away
 
2020-06-29 2:15:51 PM  
Augmented reality is coming and will probably be the next really big thing in tech we just need a couple more advancements to get there. It won't be full VR like the Matrix but it will be a major change to how we function on a day to day basis similar to cell phones. We will also have a million smart ass funny guys pointing out how stupid we look flailing our hands in the air at nothing as we modify and change things only we can see through the glasses.
 
2020-06-29 3:44:30 PM  
I want non-Facebook versions of these with information readout for machinery diagnostic works. Not having to look down at my meter screen while my hands are deep in the guts of some electronics? Yes please.

/gimme HUD
 
2020-06-29 3:56:51 PM  
Zuckerberg already looks like one of the aliens from They Live.
 
2020-06-29 3:59:01 PM  
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2020-06-29 4:07:40 PM  
They can sell 80% of the visual field before inducing seizures.
 
2020-06-29 4:11:59 PM  
Facebook will be cataloging and selling your retna scans
 
2020-06-29 5:42:29 PM  

Anenu: Augmented reality is coming and will probably be the next really big thing in tech we just need a couple more advancements to get there. It won't be full VR like the Matrix but it will be a major change to how we function on a day to day basis similar to cell phones. We will also have a million smart ass funny guys pointing out how stupid we look flailing our hands in the air at nothing as we modify and change things only we can see through the glasses.


The larping is going to be incredible.

/Never larped before.

I like my psvr and so does every guest I've ever had try it. Just getting that out of the way preemptively for those who are about to come in, tell us how stupid vr is, and how they've never tried it.
 
2020-06-29 8:12:29 PM  
There's a lot of really interesting VR technologies that are all getting close to market at the same time. Holographic lenses, super-high-resolution panels, and other fun things, plus some new tech on the GPU side.

Then there's the software aspect, which is taking shape pretty nicely. Quite a few VR/AR/XR standards all becoming available, which will make it easier to create content.
 
2020-06-30 12:04:09 AM  
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2020-06-30 3:27:21 AM  
I always hated those Question Authority stickers. I mean, who are *you* to tell me what to do?!
 
2020-06-30 9:44:32 AM  

scalpod: I always hated those Question Authority stickers. I mean, who are *you* to tell me what to do?!


That doesn't bother me because I've taken the non-conformists oath.

Steve Martin - The Non-Conformist Oath
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