Digital technology is everywhere, its so broad these days days that no one can escape it. from babies to oldies there is no escape what soo ever. Digital technology is basically about anything and evething around you, but here is the oxford definition, (Digital technology is a base two process. Digitized information is recorded in binary code of combinations of the digits 0 and 1, also called bits, which represent words and images. Digital technology enables immense amounts of information to be compressed on small storage devices that can be easily preserved and transported. Digitization also quickens data transmission speeds. Digital technology has transformed how people communicate, learn, and work.)
Could we become a digital world where tech helps everyone succeed and prosper? This pre-release excerpt from the forthcoming book A New Future shows why there's room to dream about building the world we want instead of the one we're turning into.Here’s the good news: digital devices have made your life better. Here’s the bad news: although incredibly cool, devices are still in early stages of development. Maybe that’s not really bad, when you think of what’s coming next. Until now, the devices you’ve had in your hands and on your desks have offered quite both usefulness and fun. But you couldn’t call it a fully digital world yet. It’s not even close. There are limitations. You switch on your gadgets and wait. Or you have to find the app you want and wait for it. They might have an operating system whose principles you have to follow. They allow you a little creativity, but only a little. Then your apps or data might not work with another device that you bought, say, last week, or last year. The last time you saw a friend with a new device you don’t have, could theirs be better? Maybe! Clearly, there is room to dream about new technology.
If your future devices were continuous, your control over all your devices, and the continuous digital world they could open for you, could Expand exponentially. You switch between multiple screens. When you leave your old screen it stores “where” and “who” you are, then turns off. Your new screen recognizes you, turns on, retrieves “where” and “who” you are, puts you “there.” It is truly automatic. All sorts of things are in front of you — with you. They could be people, services or places. They could be apps or software, digital content (books, TV shows, movies, music, recorded videos and more), games or live video from events worldwide. They could even be other devices and sources you control remotely. Your digital life will always be on, always open, always yours. You’ll live in your “shared planetary life spaces.” You combine anything into the digital “shared space” you want to inhabit, until you switch to a different one. Then switch again. In fact, it’s so real that your “shared spaces” move with you across your screens, and become one of your realities. It’s the digital world you choose, where you can live. Always ready for you to use in whatever ways you want. Technology is about to move much faster and converge with entertainment, until life is entertainment and entertainment is life. (Or dare I say it, your lives.) In the Expandiverse, you will become used to your chosen digital realities being displayed and processed without effort. Multiple screens, multiple identities and multiple transformed video, audio and music feeds will simply appear and you will appear in them. In your digital life you can walk through a beautiful new dawn. Or your own action movie sequel. With you as both one of the directors and one of the stars.
You can make any or all of your digital world’s outputs visible to anyone you want. What is still called “publishing” or “broadcasting” can be accomplished in a multitude of ways with a multitude of outcomes. You are the publisher. You are the broadcaster. You are the digital reality creator. You choose your private or public audiences. They can use your creation, or appear in it. Or you decide to be the audience and appear inside your digital world. Much of your life is already you-centered. Next your digital life will let you become the person (and people) you’ve always dreamed of becoming.
For example, Expandiverse technology includes a workaround to death. Since medical science can’t extend our lifetimes to hundreds and thousands of years, the Expandiverse offers multiple identities. Would you consider enjoying multiple lives in parallel? This won’t be for everyone, but for those who can’t get enough out of one short life, it could be their ticket to more lives and a better way to be alive. In the Expandiverse your life is truly yours. Construct reality to enjoy what makes you truly happy for your fleeting moment, or create an identity and enjoy it for a “life” time. And tomorrow… which dreams will you want next? How many? Who will you want in them?