Politicians Of The Future May Be Interactive, Three-DimensionalSubmitted by Chris Cheesecurdski on Thu, 03/07/2013 - 21:34
Visitors to the Consumer Government Expo in sunny Las Vegas were not disappointed in this year's display of the latest in technology for a government-hungry America.
-Riding strong on the successes of the TEA2010 and TEA2012, U-Gov Corp offered a sneak-peak of the (codename) TEA-X, promising a nationwide release later this year.
-Consumers will soon be able to interact with their politicians in near-real time through the use of a service called 'bleater.' According to representatives from the company PoliMash Up, 'bleats' can be sent to one representative and read aloud by another on the senate floor within mere hours.
-Put on your 3D glasses! Stony offered a sneak-preview of their long anticipated IRL Poli-Specs which allow the user to experience their politician in all of its 3-dimensional splendor. For a moment this tech reviewer actually thought he might reach out and shake the hologram's hand!
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