Love the article. Well to answer your question, I think it will depend on the adoption of the tech. Virtual reality vs Augmented reality is now seemingly making waves already. So depending on the public consumer access and the type of friendly devices made available for publ…
As far as AR and VR go, they’ll definitely be a way to supplement a general UI style, but I don’t think simple interactions will become AR or VR anytime soon. So as there will be more AR and VR apps, most of them will stay relatively 2d, at least until some brain-machine interfaces that will allow for almost no-UI approach :)
I personally love AR (both using and playing with them) so it’s good that the technology went that way.