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How Science Fiction Ruined Smart Glasses

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How Science Fiction Ruined Smart Glasses

How Science Fiction Ruined Smart Glasses

We can trace smart glasses all the way back to the earliest days of science fiction—Luke's HUDs in Star Wars, Robocop, Terminator, Jordi Laforge in Star Trek, and most recently, Tony Stark.

But taking these expectations and turning them into reality has proven difficult—remember Google Glass?To find out what’s taking so long, we talked to a bunch of designers, engineers, historians, sci-fi authors, and futurists about smart glasses—where that tech’s been, how it was developed, and what the future actually looks like.More here: come from the future.


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