I really enjoyed this video on the BBC about the home and office of the future. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-21632855.
The other use of the screens in the kitchen was for help with cooking.
Google have a similar vision with their Google Glass product (it's one of the user stories here). I find the screens more compelling than the wearable product for this scenario though. I see Google Glass as being useful for specific tasks, not as something I would wear all the time.
One of my concerns is that having my vision fixed on something so close over a long period of time would definitely damage my eyesight, the other is that many of the tools we use at the moment (such as our phones) already have us buried into personal devices for too much for my liking.
I want inclusive technology that can be shared with people. Large interactive screen that I can collaborate on with people. If I want to cook a meal, it would be nice to have a large screen giving instructions so I can cook dinner with my wife, not get instructions on a tiny screen next to my eye.