(1) Media make money when they hide nudity.
Pretty sure this one's incorrect. Case in point: any HBO show.
Finally someone talking sense.
This is my issue with the "Trolley Problem" too...
Hold on a sec.
How is this new?!?
Isn't this just a Fresnel lens writ "small"?
All correct, but the office Keurig just broke and I fail to see how any of that could address it.
Maybe add "Keurig Repair 101" to the Humanities curiculum?
you are retarded beyond any feminazi with a humanities major
And you, sir AC, are so vulgar and lacking in humour that you couldn't recognize a joke if someone slapped in the face with a fish.
What about Humanities students?
They're already been made obsolete by the Keurig machine in my office...
The difference is that all those things were said before people knew any better...
And you claim to know better now?
Yes, because transparent screens AREN'T new, and the research on their utility for standard computer display has been done already, or did you miss that part?
Fields like Augmented reality are in their infancy, things like HUDs on windshields could become much more common, and literally thousands of other devices we haven't even thought of yet could use this technology.
Oh, you mean all the things that I covered in the "obvious niche uses" disclaimer?
No one is talking about "regular computer use" because that may be
The article was. I am. And yes.
... heads up displays and window blinds (down the road)...
Exactly. All the things covered by "niche" uses, like I said.
The brain is a wonderful organ; it starts working the moment you get up in the morning, and does not stop until you get to work.