VR and AR Need Brain-Computer Interfaces

What does the future mean in terms of personal technology? In my vision, our tools – which are currently clunky, radiation-emitting, time-consuming devices – will become intuitive and unobtrusive. There is no better example of this transformation than your communications terminal that also doubles up as a media consumption device – the smartphone. Having already replaced portable media players, the phone is also slowly replacing books (or ebook readers, if you will) and tablets, apart from point-and-shoot cameras.36

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