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According to a new study from WhistleOut, the average consumer spends an eye-watering nine years of their lives looking at their smartphones, and that’s without mentioning the use of computers, televisions, and other devices that increasingly control our lives. As innovators look to the future, we could be headed for a world where “The Human Interface” takes over, replacing the screens, apps, and keyboards we’re used to with new, immersive experiences.


Though we may have embraced a digital revolution over the past couple of years, the truth is that tech has a dark side, , and as the past year, engulfed in health anxiety over the coronavirus pandemic and being forced to spend more time at home than ever before, there’s only so much time you can spend staring at a screen before you need a release. Nowadays, it’s virtually impossible to get by during the day without checking your phone - whether you’re meeting friends, ordering food, or paying for . Now, as we look to free ourselves from our devices and spend more time in the real world, innovators like Apple are looking at new, noninvasive ways to introduce technology into the world, using gestures, eyes, voice, movement, and health monitoring to transform our lives away from screens and devices.

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