Starting in 2013, a new class of mobile technology came into the public spotlight. Known as “wearables,” these devices are clothing or accessory items that incorporate computers inside them. The most notable being Google Glass, a wearable computer that holds a small optical head-mounted display. Glass lets users do a variety of things including live-streaming through its camera, video chat, taking photos, browsing the internet, checking email, and a slew of other abilities.
If that’s not the future, then I don’t know what is.