I hope you get the point. Hampering others to protect yourself doesn't actually protect yourself. It just slows everything down.
On a fun note, I turned 31 on Wednesday. Yeah! Ice Cream, sushi, cookies, and very good tea were all on the menu. Also, I had this song stuck in my head all day. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cmSbXsFE3l8 (Yeah, two years late on this one) I think what took me was that Anna Kendrick can seriously sing. I wouldn't think of that by her speaking voice. I guess she does Broadway, but Broadway is a weird thing all about power and spectacle. This is true performance intended on capturing the essence and feeling of the song, and she kills it. Plenty of actors have good voices, but she appears to really understand how to use music.
OK, I think I am going to do do one more holo-goggles strip, and I will move on to other things. Why? Because of this. http://www.microsoft.com/microsoft-hololens/en-us
That is right, Microsoft freeking invented them. I always figured with Jobs out of the picture, Apple would lose it's innovative edge. Anyway, this is exactly the technology that I had hoped would come about. I spend all day staring at screens, and I know I would feel better if I wcould adjust the focal plane. Also, I hate the limitation that it only occupies a very small part of my field of view. I would love to arrange my information over my entire field of view. As for other people, I can't imagine how ease of visualization, less eye strain, and the ability to superimpose digital information on real-life tasks wouldn't be a huge productivity booster. I like it.
Will I be getting one any time soon? No. I'm sure they will be very expensive, and I never buy a technology until after the early adopters have suffered through the major bugs.
That being said, I also have a fear that I will have to learn new formats as a content creator, but those are pretty irrational. New technology opens up new possibilities to do old tasks faster, and it allows us to do new tasks that haven't been invented. Some artists will use it to ease their drawing work load, and others will start creating holographic content in earnest. They will live side by side, and adoption is a slow thing. I know a professional comic artist who just now in 2015 bought a decent drawing tablet. Transition is slow and very backwards compatible. You can still ride a horse on the city streets.
Anyway, here is looking forward to my 32nd year.