@CharlieFink Simon Wardley talks about technology diffusion that goes from academic idea to bespoke enterprise apps to consumer apps to mass ubiquity.
Medical, Health & Wellness, Enterprise, & phone-based AR ad gigs will subsidize VR devs until they can do entertainment/gaming VR full time.
@CharlieFink I cover VR/AR through a philosophical lens about the potential use cases. It's the industry's job to make it a pragmatic reality. They're not marketing the immersive exercise revolution that's happening, & there will be lots of first-time users of VR through training or medicine.
@CharlieFink I also take a human-centered design approach. The cartography of contexts I laid out above shows how immersive tech of VR/AR will be impacting every single one of these domains. I stand by that each of these domains will eventually have consumer apps, & that no one knows when.
THREAD 1/ @tomdelonge's disclosure campaign has had the UFO community buzzing since leaked Wikileaks emails to @johnpodesta confirmed high-level contacts. I watched his @tothestarsinc presentation in October, & the recent articles in the NYT seem to confirm that it's happening.