The Dream Master (He Who Shapes) by Roger Zelazny:
Science Fiction Inventions, Technology and Ideas
In this fictional future, overpopulation and technology have produced suffering even though most live in reasonable physical comfort. Psychotherapy is enhanced through the use of technology. The novella He Who Shapes won the Nebula Award in 1966.
(The Dream Master by Roger Zelazny)
Automatic car navigation, provided on a video console in the dashboard.
Photoelectric cell implanted in the forehead grants some vision to the blind.
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