You only need to walk out your front door to know that we’re a smartphone-obsessed culture. The Internet is bloated with videos of people getting into all sorts of uncomfortable situations because they were more focused on their phone’s screen than what was going on around them.
Given this, it’s no wonder that a recent fact sheet posted by the Pew Research Center revealed 95% of Americans own a cell phone of some kind, which is up a whopping 77 percent from six years earlier in 2011.
Specifically, 81 percent of U.S. adults own a smartphone, which we use an average of about 1.75 hours per day to consume various types of media.
But what if you could get this time back by removing the temptation of a smartphone in the first place? Would we be able to appreciate more of the real world around us and increase your quality of life?
After all, as noted on the device’s website, The Card Phone is centered around the idea that “Time and attention are two of the most important things we take for granted.”