Dislocation of vision has become a prevalent attribute of observation. Webcams, live network feeds, and cameras on mobile phones make it possible to see many locations simultaneously. Maps with street view enable virtual travel. Social networks keep friends continuously connected regardless of place. Personal vision is no longer restricted to ones immediate surroundings.
Our two eyes have become many eyes that are able to visually travel along paths through space and time. Our close personal affects can comfortably exist in many disparate sites. As this continues, physical location loses its importance altogether and becomes no more than a trivial afterthought.