Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 29th May 2013 16:59 UTC
Apple At the D11 conference, Apple CEO Tim Cook once again took the stage to be interviewed by Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher. While most of the interview can be replicated by picking and reading 10 random Apple fanblog stories - there were still a number of very interesting things that warrant some closer scrutiny.
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...what a typical Apple wanker...
(sorry, couldn't help it)

But seriously, that wrist, the corner of the eye, in-view or full-frontal AR all offer different opportunities and are natural places for (Think)different kinds of information.!

The one thing I want of apple (they're by far the worst for it) ..telling us was they think we want! or more realistically, spoofing the gullible into going along for the ride and thinking.. "Yes, Apple really are insightful, when I truly think about it, they're probably right.."(the wrist is where it's at!)

No, not for any 'critical' real-time information it's not..

The wrist is for telling the time, occasional and less intrusive consumption. Right, In, Your, Face is for the right here and f&cking now.

doubt they've got any of google's back end magic going on, but visually I much prefer the idea of these guys:

edited for typo.

Edited 2013-05-29 22:07 UTC

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Of course it's easily possible to put information on your wrist, like watches. But it seems to be losing out these days. If I mime "looking what time it is" (by looking at the back of my wrist) to my kids, they have no clue what that means. If I mime getting something out of my pants pocket and looking at that, they know..!

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