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There are three ways to achieve supervision:
Topics: Human Enhancement
Thank you for your interest. It would be a one size fits all product that gives a sight test 25 times a second and provides the best possible prescription for what the subject is looking at, at the time. The best explanation can be found on http://adaptive.longevity-report.com where I have collected as much as I can find on the subject.
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I am still waiting for wearable spectacles that use adaptive optics to provide “supervision”. These were first heralded as long ago as 1999. Then a box of electronics about a metre cubed was said to be needed. On the basis of “mainframe to desktop in ten years” this ought to be able to be put in a pocket now. Spectacles, rather than contacts, could be sold as a mass market product. This would be disruptive technology that would supplant high street spectacle makers and sellers with one single product, manufactured with the advantage of the economies of mass production.
Can you explain?
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