The image that you see here is from a short film called “Augmented (hyper) Reality: Domestic Robocop”. It is a short film by Keiichi Matsuda, a Masters student at the Bartlett School of Architecture in the United Kingdom. I think he deserves top marks for his effort to show us what the future could be like.
While we’re all salivating over what may be the next phase of computer interfaces in the form of the Apple tablet, we might as well look to the future of interface dynamics likely to follow: augmented reality. Keiichi Matsuda, a Masters student at the Bartlett School of Architecture in the UK, created this short film called “Augmented (hyper) Reality: Domestic Robocop” to show us what the world might look like in a future home embedded with augmented reality interfaces.
Filled with advertising panels that come to life, the user’s concept kitchen is something out of “Alice In Wonderland” with talking appliances and portals to outside landscapes right at your fingertips. If this kaleidoscope vision is indeed the future, we may all need to increase our internal RAM. Check out the video