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"Yes, we want the surface of everything to come alive with video."Uh, no we don't. Slouching toward "Blade Runner."Not good.
Check out this display for an interesting possibility.
Yes, we want the surface of everything to come alive with video.I get a kick out of that show Pimp My Ride, the way they so irrationally put like 15 monitors into a car, even monitors that pop out of the truck on a robotic arm to dance and spin around. It's ridiculous but it's also pretty cool. Would be great if pimped out cars were cruising all over the roads on a Friday night, showing off all their tricks and gimmicks. Anyway, these paper screens seem pretty revolutionary. Can't wait to see how they're put to use.
Yes, we want the surface of everything to come alive with video.Since "no, I don't" is my immediate reaction, what I want to say is "No, thank you."But because I think it's inevitable, I'll just adopt the attitude "thank you, sir--may I have another" and move right along. Life is just one long series of adjustments, and never more so than in the area of technology. So it goes.
OLEDs are like the electric car of display technology. I remember reading about them in the mid-'90s when they were "less than five years from production".We're coming up on fifteen now and we got little 2.5" ones? Yay.It's not the clothing aspect that's interesting, IMO, it's the lightness, the ability to size freely, and the ultimate cheapness.We're closing in on a laptop that you carrying in a pocket and unroll as needed.
We're closing in on a laptop that you carrying in a pocket and unroll as needed.Well, that would solve Althouse's pocket problem.And a snowclone: Is that a computer in your pocket, or are you just happy to be blogging?[Hope you don't get brain-freeze.]
Reminds me of The Diamond Age.
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