Next Gen Video Game Theory

Cyberpunk 2077 Shows What Augmented Reality Could Look Like in the Future

While I’ve been writing a lot about augmented reality, so I want to go a little bit deeper. Let’s take a look at the future of Augmented Reality.

Augmented Reality Biology

What games show is augmented reality with advanced technology, and I think Cyberpunk is one of those games. I say that because augmented reality is built into people’s eyes. It goes beyond contact lenses; it goes beyond glasses.

It’s built into people’s biology, and this is the next level of augmented reality. I don’t think we’ll reach it in our lifetimes. But this is taboo right now. It is inserting stuff into our eyes to get a viewpoint that would be crazy.

Nevertheless, there could be advantages to doing it such as providing the information you otherwise would not have or not having to put sunglasses on because it could theoretically be used to block sunlight. You can also use it to identify info faster and even save your life.

Augmented reality, in your eyes, will be the game changer of the future which won’t even happen in our lifetime. And if it does, it will be so far in the future that we won’t even recognize our world once we get to this point where we’re using biology to create such things as augmented reality biology.

I guess I just coined a term. I’m not sure if the words have ever been used before, but they could be thought of in the Sci-Fi world and have occurred in games.

Yet, with that being said, it is something to think about as it will be interesting to see as sunglasses are made and contact lenses that have advanced technologies that allow augmented reality.

It also can provide some helpful information on social media and other platforms. But it’ll be interesting to see how this develops over time. And what happens when augmented reality reaches that point? We are years out from this. We’re probably over 100 years out from this. I could be completely wrong.

It’d be like 20 years from now, but to be accepted culturally by society. We are at least 100 years out, and I would assume that most people would not like Biology being integrated with computer technology very much at first, but slowly over time, that could change.

Nevertheless, we’re not at that point, and I don’t see it happening anytime soon. But this is very far in the future, and this is a next-gen website. So I figured, why not provide this information about what could happen in the future because why not? What the heck else was I going to write about?


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