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Four design concepts by Mario Gagliardi on the possibilities of personal computers, designed and published in 2005. One vision foresaw microchips inplanted in human hands to replace physical devices such as phones with hand gestures. In 2017, Swedish startup Epicenter implants its workers with microchips in their hand that function to open doors, operate electronic devices, or pay with a wave of the hand. (C) Mario Gagliardi 2005
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Treasure box computer: 
The first personal quantum computers might be an exclusive gift. The treasure box computer in Chinese silk opens a glimpse to glowing crystals, conveying the idea of quantum data processing at the speed of light.
The phone is your hand: High-end personal electronics and mobile communication devices disappear altogether, getting implanted just below the outer layer of your skin. Once the phone IS your hand, simple gestures make it possible to have telephone conversations.
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