Top Trends in Tech for 2024

What to look for in Tech - in 2024

2024 sounds about as futuristic as can be in terms of tech trends.

IBM just released its latest quantum computer which promises to crack problems that traditional computers can't.

Elon Musk is still on track to start clinical trials for Neuralink brain implants and Apple is introducing us to the concept of spatial computing (computing with your surroundings in mind.)

Since we don't like unnecessary surgery, and we don't have the money for a quantum computing system, we are gonna be checking out Spatial Computing.

It sounds really odd, but spatial computing is literally defined as the digitization of activities involving machines, people, objects, and the environments in which they take place to enable and optimize actions and interactions. In other words, when you put those goggles on, everything around you becomes "computable" or part of your overall computing experience.

Spatial computing is different than "AR" or "Augmented Reality" in which things around you are replaced to a degree with artificial items.

A great example of Spatial Computing is Apple's forthcoming "Apple Vision Pro" system. A link to the AVP site is below, so you can see for yourself.

A few thing that stand out to us with this system are

  • Ability to use gestures to perform activities (using your hands and not a tool like a mouse or keyboard)
  • Still being able to interact in "real life" with those around you
  • Ability for the AVP to work with your existing Apple ecosystem

These items are too hard to explain via an article, so we encourage you to visit this site to learn more about Spatial Computing.

Should you be one of the real risk-takers, here is more information about how you can implant a computer in your brain (!)

If you have any other questions or want to learn more about Spatial Computing, give our expert Technostrategist a buzz at (901) 489-8408 or email