by Craig Falconer
When the Sycamore corporation releases The Seed — an implantable microchip designed to replace smartphones — the gadget’s launch breaks all records.
Augmented reality contact lenses act as the new system’s display, simultaneously recording everything in the user’s field of vision. Users can zoom in on any object in real time, instantly see social data on whoever they’re looking at, and even rewind to relive their fondest memories. The applications are limitless.
Kurt Jacobs, The Seed’s young creator, receives universal acclaim and adulation for his invention. But as the days go by and Kurt learns more about Sycamore’s inner workings, he begins to fear that he might have made a terrible mistake…
Power like this has never existed.
Category: Science Fiction – Dystopian