The fallacy of Augmented Reality: it asserts that the eye, instead of the brain, is the unified center of perception, and thought, and reality.
Reality is augmented when it feels different, not when it looks different.
A thin veneer that’s flattened for the eye, that’s rendered for the eye, which is the one sense most easily fooled to begin with.
Singular focus, in which the eye is looking at rather than around… diminishes reality, closes it down.
Inventing new ways to see rather than new things to look at.