What happened to our screens? The history of everyday screens has gone something like this — movie theaters to TV sets in every home, then desktop and portable computers, followed by (smart)phones, tablets and smart watches. In this sequence, each new device didn’t completely replace the previous one; but rather the newer screen gets most of our attention. One trend stands out: screens are getting smaller, from one phase to the other (within each phase, they tend to get bigger: bigger movies theaters, bigger TVs, bigger smartphones, etc. This is optimization vs disruption at work). Consequently these smaller screens are closer to our eyes (or the other way around), which also means they’re closer to our physical bodies, they’re lighter and they travel with us. How far can this go? By understanding the logic in screen evolution, we will explore where the next chapters could take us.