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Wierd IMO. And projectors of that quality (descent) and size (tiny) will likely never become reality, at least not unless some new tech is invented or something that we currently have no concept of at all. And then 3D projection into the air is just, well, no. What is the light supposed to be reflecting off of?
Really? Handheld Projector and phone with projector in it

They might not be the best quality picture, but they have the size down, just need to figure out the quality.
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i like the concept most of these ideas are based on the discovery of the graphene sheet made at the begining of this year. Look into it you'll be surprised.
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What's with the gay mime at 4:27?
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I think if folks are going to compare technology, you might as well look at what has happened to the old technology first.

In 1990, most laptops had a 16Mhz CPU, 640k RAM, and up to 20MB disk space. This would typically cost between 1500-3500 dollars depending on brand and features.


Those same specs (well, similar) can be found in today's world still! I'd like to introduce the Texas Instruments TI-89 Titanium.

It too has a 16Mhz processor, 956k of RAM and flash memory support for up to several MB. Average retail price of 139.99 at a retailer near you. I don't think it's fair to compare the computers of 20 years ago to computers of today, as they are pretty much on the same level of calculators as seen above.

Back to the topic, I think Asus is still a good decade or so until we see most of that technology materialize, but Corning has definitely got a lot of that tech on the horizon as we're already seeing electronics enabled glass. I can't imagine the stuff our children and their children will see in their lifetimes.
What's awesome is I live 20 minutes away from Corning. I've been to the Corning Museum of Glass many times, same with Corning Inc.
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"Asus presents our advanced vision for 2015"- who says it is possible for today's tech? It isn't clearly, and Asus never claimed it was.

Products like this usually have massive lead times anwyay, that is how companies get ahead. As you seem to love Apple so much- how long do you think their research time on the ipad was? It was over 5 years. They filed a design trademark for a tablet in May 2004 (http://www.engadget.com/2004/08/13/apples-new-handheld/). Things like this don't just happen overnight, it is normal for companies to have visions that are far off from current technologocial capability.
It's not about loving Apple whatever. Apple is just the example. It's just basically saying "what have you done?" in that dept. Asus makes good MB's.That's about it. If Samsung made this concept, It will prolly be more believable. Samsung dominates the TV space right now and they have a better tech already in the lineup (OLED and AMOLED).

BTW, iPad's development is more than a decade. It's iPad that was being develop when Jobs saw the UI and said" That UI will be awesome on a phone" There you go. iPhone was born 1st.
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It's not about loving Apple whatever. Apple is just the example. It's just basically saying "what have you done?" in that dept. Asus makes good MB's.That's about it. If Samsung made this concept, It will prolly be more believable. Samsung dominates the TV space right now and they have a better tech already in the lineup (OLED and AMOLED).

BTW, iPad's development is more than a decade. It's iPad that was being develop when Jobs saw the UI and said" That UI will be awesome on a phone" There you go. iPhone was born 1st.
This video is more for investors. Asus wants to appeal to investors by showing that they have a big future, and I agree with them. The Asus Transformer may not be revolutionary in the tablet arena, but $400 for a 10 inch IPS panel running Android at that price point is a bargain.
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By far, the simplest and most plausible to integrate all our devices into one is to create a device that interacts directly with our brain. It is much more realistic than a device made out of materials that can created out of thin air and then destroyed.
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By far, the simplest and most plausible to integrate all our devices into one is to create a device that interacts directly with our brain. It is much more realistic than a device made out of materials that can created out of thin air and then destroyed.
Kind of what I was thinking too, brain implants that make you see all this would be much more intuitive, and although massively complicated, amazingly cool. Picture one day just needing to move your eyes and blink to browse the web. Even just think "Ocn" and be taken to some amazing computer site of the future Home of Absolute 0 overclocking!
    
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Really? Handheld Projector and phone with projector in it

They might not be the best quality picture, but they have the size down, just need to figure out the quality.
Those projectors cannot display a descent quality image the size of a bedroom ceiling. Not even close. And notice the lights are always on, so it would have to be quite a powerful projector to begin with to be able to display a usable/readable image in that size. Trust me, I know about handheld projectors. I know how to make my own projector, if I felt so inclined. I also own a Home Theatre projector.
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Mmmm.... Not sure about that one... Something seems a little.... Impossible
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