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If WearComps are to become widespread commercial items, shouldn't they be easier for the average user to learn how to use?

People are expected to take time to learn to do important things. We spend many years learning how to read, write, and do basic maths properly; we read manuals and practice before receiving a driver's license; we work hard and long to train for jobs or attain a degree.

If we propose to use EyeTap for such a profound and relevant task as altering our perceptions of reality, then it only makes sense that we would be willing to invest some time and effort into learning how to properly configure and manipulate a WearComp.

See also Why should WearComps run Linux?
Adapted from James Fung's Some Thoughts and Observations on Humanistic Intelligence and Mediated Reality