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It’s time to get real about the future of video games. No, I’m not talking about streaming content, Modern Warfare 12, or 4D screens. I’m talking about nanotechnology. That’s right folks, miniature Optimus Primes in your brain. Now you have probably heard of Google Glasses, but have you heard how it works? Let me break it down for you.
The first step in the process is an S-12 NanoTech injection. At this point, your blood becomes infused with S-12 protocol nanobytes. These nanobytes imitate your natural leukocytes (white blood cells) to bypass your body’s defenses. Once they have performed some Splinter Cell/Ninja Gaiden moves on your immune system, they take a casual stroll on up to your brain. At this point, they have reached their destination and are ready for activation.
The next step is simple, but complex….but still simple really. Just put on the Google Glasses. The presence of the Glasses within one foot of the cranial located nanobytes activates their synaptic streaming function. Now don’t let all this fancy terminology confuse you. What I’m trying to tell you is that the nanobytes take a big ‘ol handful of your thoughts and emotions and translate them to ultra-high frequency SpectroWaves.
Now through a twisty turny series of electrical processing and electron projection, the thoughts and emotions gathered by the nanobytes are reflected on a DigiCrystal Display Reticle (DDR). The DDR is located inside the scratch proof screen of the Glasses, laser etched for precision viewing (prescription versions available).
All that’s left now is to sit back, or stand up, and enjoy. Game with them, party with them, or just look like Bono with them. Either way, Google Glasses are the latest in nanotechnology and gaming innovation.