You definitely don’t have to be good at everything in your discipline to be a good mentor. A good starting point could be to share what you’re not good at, so you can set expectations and bring other people in to help. Whether you’re helping someone with a certain skill, or just being a sounding board for their frustrations, carve out regular time and don’t cancel on them!
With immersive computing, instead of staring at screens or constantly checking our phones, we’ll hold our heads up to the real and virtual worlds around us. We’ll be able to move things directly using our hands, or simply look at them to take action. Immersive computing will remove more of the abstractions between us and our computers. You’ll have access to information in context, with computing woven seamlessly into your environment. It’s the inevitable next step in the arc of computing interfaces.