13 years ago most people had flip phones with snake on it… Advancement of science is exponential, a ridiculous curve that makes it impossible to know how much we’ll advance and in what areas. 3d printing is a great example of this, bet you didn’t know it’s been around in some form for over 30 years. It’s popularity and use has grown exponentially because parts are cheaper, accuracy is better, there are more DIY enthusiasts these days, and more people know about it. So to answer your questions: [quote=“AILabrador, post:1, topic:12371”]
Specifically computers and peripherals, what will be implemented? Will advancements of 3D-Printing change “everything?” Or will technology stay where it is?
Better versions of VR and especially AR that are better resolution with better tracking and are not as bulky will be a thing, possibly something as light as thick glasses. More people have access to inventing and making prototypes because 3d printing is so available. Once they get down to a low enough price with a wider range of cheaper materials, you’ll be able to make replacement parts or household items without going to the store, just download a file from an opensource database online and keep materials in stock. No, technology will not stay where it is even if everything goes to hell.