Look at What You Don’t See Through Glass

Here are some more examples of how you might be able to use the device I introduced before.
(“Future of Internet Search: Mobile version” and “Future of Mobile Internet Search: Applications“.)

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future search mobile #3-2

You can even see flowers that are not actually blooming.

There are a lot more ideas drawn in my Moleskine, so I’ll introduce them later.

Also visit other posts of this gadget.

Part1:”Future of Internet Search: Mobile version”

Part2:”Future of Mobile Internet Search: Applications”

future mobile search for diet
Part4:”Future of Mobile Search for Diet”

future mobile search
Part5:”Future of Mobile Search- Search Beyond Time”

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Part6:”Future of Mobile Search- Power of Visualization”

future mobile search
Part7:”Future of Mobile Search: Virtual Shopping #1″

Speech balloons for hearing-impaired
Part8:”Speech Balloons for the Hearing-Impaired”

iPhone with Looking Glass
See also the iPhone version of this concept.

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31 thoughts on “Look at What You Don’t See Through Glass

  1. I cant believe if you can see anything you can see send to everybody in the world and your friends so has your family tooo!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. Neat idea for an extra to this perhaps! Want to show someone what you are looking at? Maybe even show them yourself (i.e. your face, specifically), in real time in particular? Aim the screen towards your self or have it function so that it has a button that can be pressed, or write on a piece of paper or something, “activate visual chat” (something like that, I guess?). For privacy settings so that like with webcam, it cannot be hacked into and people cannot automatically see you as you are using your device. People can, however, leave you some sort of message (that you can set to not automatically pop up) stating that they are attempting to visually contact you. Also possible, instantly send them what you are looking at (if it is not the other person that you are looking at) perhaps a way to set them off temporarily to search on something that you are walking past. You are welcome to work on these ideas if you want to, Mac Funamizu. I don’t know if this is being done in this way, so I do not claim these ideas precisely. I just know thought of this. I just wanted to share. I am excited to use such features. I hope to someday learn to just come up with my own ideas, but that may not happen, since it is not my career passion. So, happy inventing. 🙂

  3. great post! thank you for sharing!I am forever saying that its hard to procure good help, but here is…I saw a writer talking about this on Tumblr and but…I think that you should write more on this topic.To the next. Cheers…

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