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Couldn't agree more, but imagine this kind of concept idea shown in 1990 for example. Everybody would say not now but definitely in 2010. It's 2011 and this kind of concept is doable somewhere in the far future. Future is now? Not really, everything is progressing really slowly.
Not much has happened since 1990.

Your joking right?

1990 computer :

2011 tablet:

Not much has happened...

Ps. Are you forgetting the internet barely existed in the 90s as well?
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stop teasing me with concepts!!!!!!!! im an impatient mofo! LOL.

but srsly. barring the world doesnt end. i wouldnt be suprised to see something like this in the next ~10 yrs
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You should remember that science and technology advance logarithmically not linearly so 2015 seems reasonable.
You mean that advance exponentially not logarithmically. Logarithmically means that advance really slowly.
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post #64 of 106
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Why do people get so excited about concepts that are currently impossible?

The whole thing revolves around portability, which revolves around an imaginary technology. They had a different physical device in the linked vid in the article, none of them were sizable.
Could be possible? The flexible screen armed with a few sensors should be able to pull this off. Resizing could be accomplished by resizing the flexible screen with sensors picking up an ideal resolution and surface space of that given dimensions. Have the screen fold in or unravel in a sense.
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If the world didn't revolve around money and people are worked together, instead of against each other, this would already be done.
    
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So did anyone else not see the biggest concept in the whole video. It was not the eletronics, but the model they used in the vid. They were making clothes for a large breasted woman, but these were Asians! That is a concept I want to see, a large breasted asian woman. OUTSTANDING!
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Your joking right?



Not much has happened...

Ps. Are you forgetting the internet barely existed in the 90s as well?

1990 notebook
2011 tablet:
Not much has happened in 21 years indeed and no I'm not joking.
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1990 notebook
2011 tablet:

Not much has happened in 21 years indeed and no I'm not joking.
Well no, not really. Those two devices are essentially the same, just one is better than the other. They both use similar screens, both run on batteries, both have the same tech processor / RAM / video display, it has just evolved a bit.

Edit: Agreeing with you, not arguing.
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Who says the display in that unit is a solid? Maybe it is empty space, and resizing the unit only changes the projected displays proportions.

I think that would be awesome, make it lighter as well. I could see graphene helping it's production line too...

I like the Corning idea too. Super awesome. But we'd need a few conditions set on society before I think this would be an accomplishment:
1) remove poverty
2) remove starvation
3) remove unemployment.

Reasons? Why have a society where there is an elite echelon able to use these devices while there are starving individuals in that society? It would become a regression due to the increasing numbers of individuals not able to eat, therefore dwindling population.

Also, if there were more jobs open than the society could hold, it would increase competition which would drive business forward.

Ahhh, and this is all at a societal level. Imagine if this were made a global realization. But with all the power necessary, solar power better become far more efficient or we'll all poison ourselves haha.
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I stopped watching when the asian guy with the chic metro military fade came into the room to "collaborate" with her.
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