The year is 2025.
You wake up in your room -- what technology do you see?
A 100" screen in my wall who can do internet/tv/etc using voice commands or a motion keyboard who works from the distance while using a wireless oculus i can play gaymes.
Phones will be the same shit, only now they have similar specs to a 2015 top notch desktop and the battery can last for 24h with heavy use.
No more desktops for the average consumer or gaymers.
My iPhone 27 w/ 8" ultra-retina display (equivalent to 16k) and 6g superluminal data speeds. It was free with 15 year contract so I decided to splurge.
Still has a 2.5gb data cap though because at&t are greedy jews.
In the corner of the room there's a little wooden stand with the latest edition of the Oculus Rift, and sitting next to it are haptic feedback gloves and penis sleeve for my porn.
But over time I found to use it in a better way, since i'm a lonely virgin there are social networks out there to give people the opportunity to find their soul mate online. Through massive data algorithms they can find the perfect match, and through virtual reality combined with haptics it allows people to touch each other in virtual space.
Her & I would find a virtual house in a nice semi suburban/rural neighborhood during the autumn and together we would go on adventures. The interesting part is that her & I never met in physical space.
A wardrobe, lamp, bed and the door. My bedroom is small and there's literally nothing. In the dining room instead I'd see a 60" 4k TV, connected to my desktop pc (unknown specs meh) and my anime/weebshit HDD/SSD rack, glass showcase with a bunch of figures and a shelf with some BD/DVD.
This is kind of cute.. I wish.
But the main thing I'm trying to get across is large screens for consumers probably won't be as much of a thing in the future. VR is much more cost effective. I wonder if my computer would even have a monitor.
>I awake in bed and immediately look around my room.
>I see my pristine oak desk with nothing on it
>then suddenly with my AR glasses I create the ultimate battlestation
>a 32 inch 8K hologram display emerges mid air over my desk
>surrounding the holographic floating screen are my floating apps sitting quietly feeding me important news feeds and data.
>All of a sudden I hear Cortana's voice gently tell me my best friend wants to hang out.
>I reply with "beam him over Cortana".... she complies with "will do!".
>immediately my friend's holographic projection is beamed into my glasses
>I see him standing there in my room like a ghost from which is home cam scans his bodily image.
>"heeeyy, just stoppin by letting you know the new Half-Life 3 mod is out"
>"lol alright peace"
>He beams out of my room just like that.
This will happen I guaranfuckingteeit.
A torch hanging from the roof, the grey sky from a hole in the wall, rain water dripping from a corner, the wooden bench I was sleeping on, my room mates, one of them didn't make it through the cold night, the chain at my feet, a rusted sink, a broken shower, a toilet overflowing with shit and the balaclava guy pushing a P90 to my neck who just woke me up.
>a computer the size of a rasperry pi sits on my desk.
>pick up my wireless 3d goggles and wireless gloves I charged last night.
>there is no monitor or keyboard or mouse, I see them when I put the goggles on.
>It will not matter for will have become a wizard.