Google Creative Lab’s well-being experiments try to be playful, but one of them is just joking about something that’s not funny to begin with.
Since 2018, Google( and Apple) have been addressing the 4.5 -inch glass elephant in the office: that while smartphones have become essential to modern life, they’re sucking all the attention from the people around us, and becoming us measurably little happy in the process. Google launched a implement inside Android called Digital Wellbeing, which offers an opportunity to move your consumption across apps and even provided limiters. Then last year, it liberated a series of experiments, like a paper phone that has all the critical information from your smartphone, but none of the distractions. Harmonizing to Google, the experimentations are” a showcase of ideas and tools that help people find a better balance with technology .”
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