Studies show that Americans check their smart phones up to 46 times a day, and it can take over 20 minutes to regain focus afterwards, impacting both work and relationships.
on the world
Invisible Computing, a future innovation, could allow us to focus on a world around us and give us access to immediate and relevant information wherever we go, without distraction.
Mojo Vision recently conducted a survey of 1,000 consumers that found many people are open to the benefits of Invisible Computing.
When asked how they believe their lives would change if they could see information while still focusing on the world around them:
It would allow them to move
more freely, without having
a device in hand
Felt they’d have fewer
awkward social situations
Felt they’d be safer and avoid dangerous situations
(like distracted driving)
Having critical business information
without referring to devices would
build stronger partnerships
The survey also asked respondents about getting information on a mobile device that was visible only to themselves, yet invisible to anyone else. People were most interested in having this type of access—an experience that could be described as Invisible Computing—during the following situations:
Remember names or information
Have vital information on hand
With technology constantly evolving to meet people’s needs, see why now is the time for Invisible Computing to tackle device distraction.