Summary

Augmented reality will completely disrupt the education sector from training for sports to remedial education. Head-up displays (HUDs) in automobiles, buses, and motorcycle helmets will be commonplace, and make us uncomfortable when not available. First responders will be able to see and anticipate obstacles. Entertainment will evolve to new exciting, immersive, and amazing heights. Real time visual translations will be used daily. Game playing will reach across the world and throughout it, and military battlefield operations will be even more deadly and effective. Surgeons will operate and diagnose remotely, and we will visit museums, potential new homes, and wondrous travel vistas that had been out of our reach.

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