Week 10: #EMPJ ; Imagaing My Future Career: Vision Paper

“The future depends on what we do in the present.”- Mahatma Gandi. This couldn’t be more true. As I sit here trying to project what I forsee the future, nothing more comes to mind than what virtual and augmented reality cna bring to our future.

I think by 2032 (at least), we will be communicating through a lens or chip that will transport us to meetings and/ or events that your physical human body cannot be there attend because of location.

The only way I can probably wrap my head around a micro chip implanted in you would be if it were kind of like birth control. The one that is implanted in your arm. Then through a contact lens or other communicating objects, the ability to transport and currate content will visably be in front of you. Kind of like what the Holo lens and Oculus can do now but to a level that revolutionizes the need to physically be in one place or another seamlessly.

This technology will enable us to customize and aggregate information that we receive or send to new audiences. I forsee the visual will look like a hologram but can actually be sensored through articficial intelligence in order to interact with the content if it is not live.

I forsee this kind of advanced AR to be implemented and easily connected with all devices for the best user experience. I understand that these technologies are already somewhat in progress, however, I feel that unless the correlation between all of these technologies I have referred to are combined and utilized by all will be within the next 18 years.

Turthfully, we all thought flying cars were going to be a norm by now but are just getting started. Therefore, my prediction for our future of communication will be held within a technology that is voice-activated, sensored, receives currated holograms through VR and AR technology either implanted or inserted into a humans body.

I think that this technology will be so advanced that only software updates will be necessary every year and every 3 to 5 years a new chip/ lens can be replaced.




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