[the Terminator visualizes: 'POSSIBLE RESPONSE: YES/NO; OR WHAT?; GO AWAY; PLEASE COME BACK LATER; F#@* YOU, A#@HOLE; F@#% YOU'] - The Teminator, 1984.
What has long been dreamed about, fantisized about on film, in books and in reality on the face plates of fighter pilots is coming soon to the Jetsons' household like yours.
Google revealed earlier this week some serious tease material on its long-rumored augmented reality Google Glasses.
"This is terribly, terribly cool stuff," says TechCrunch's Chris Velazco.
The idea is to take Google's enormous aggregate of information from your ancient computer screen and maybe-soon-to-be ancient smartphone or tablet and put it all right before your eyes - on the inside of your glasses.
Yes, we know.
This really IS terribly, terribly cool stuff.
Read more here and here and here and here. Check out Google's page about the glasses on GooglePlus. Watch this terribly, terribly cool video: