I used to watch Star Trek with my dad as a little girl and marvel at the impossibilities of the technology they were using. It was literally thought of as other worldly, a fantasy. Almost everything that was thought of as science fiction back then are now the norm. We’ve transitioned from rotaries to brick size cell phones to iPhones in a relatively short period of time. We are already so attached to all of our devices that if I were to lose or forget my iPhone at home, I’d feel lost and completely cut off from the world. The next sensible step for our generation is to figure out a way to integrate the devices to ourselves in such a way that we can be physically attached to them. The buzz on the market right now is the iWatch by Apple. We will see people talking into there arms instead of cell phones as they command siri to call, navigate or connect in other ways. Nanotechnology can help us in many ways, from everyday life to various uses in the medical field, such as the wearable devices used by heart patients to monitor and detect any abnormalities and send alerts accordingly. These devices can also assist people during exercise, keeping record of the time, heart rate and calories burned. It will soon be fashionable for people to wear head gears that can lay out a map right in front of us showing direction with arrows navigating us to our destination. A 360 scan of our surrounding with such a device can warn us or advise us to merge safely while driving. The possibilities are literally endless for the ways we can utilize wearable technology. When thinking about how far we can go with wearables, its not totally crazy to imagine a future with cyborgs inhabiting the earth. From the days of Star Trek to actually seeing touchscreen diminish the use of buttons it can be concluded that, if we can imagine it, it is absolutely possible to create it. The craziest ideas such as the third link I chose that talks about the Nokia Morph can actually be reality some day.