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    Szymon Slupik - Presentation at Emerging Communications Conference & Awards (eComm 2011) Szymon Slupik - Presentation at Emerging Communications Conference & Awards (eComm 2011) Presentation Transcript

    • Szymon Slupik
      The evolution of a mobile phone
    • 50 years: 1970 - 2020
      2020
      2007
      1973
    • aphone
      yesterday
      was
      aphone
    • a phone
      today
      is no longer
      aphone
    • voice
      today
      is a VAS
      one of many
    • aphone
      today
      is a PT
      apersonalteleputer
    • aphone
      tomorrowwill be
      a gateway
      to ourbrain
    • aphone
      tomorrowwill be
      telecoupling
      us and machines
    • acoustic
      willchangeinto
      direct
      via ourwirelessgateways
    • so
      how do we
      getthere ?
      and when?
    • bypassing
      the tiny
      screens / kbds
      (freedom from the cage)
    • screenless
      instead of betterscreens
      touchless
      instead of bettertouch
    • laser
      based
      wearable
      displays
    • Source: Lemoptix
    • Sources: Brother, Microvision
    • Source: Microvision
    • functions
      controlled
      by mind
      (like a third hand)
    • Sources: Reading University, University of Tokyo
    • Source: Katarzyna Niżegorodcew
    • senses and brains
      will be
      networked
      thisdecade
    • thankyou!