What do you predict for the future?

//What do you predict for the future?

What do you predict for the future?

Question by 343guityspork: What do you predict for the future?
By this i mean technology, cars phones, smart devices, what do you see in the near future? Let get links and concept art if you can, BTW wearable 3D contacts for all day 3D?

Best answer:

Answer by canadian bacon
Hoverboards brother

Know better? Leave your own answer in the comments!

By | 2013-09-10T14:26:48+00:00 September 10th, 2013|Todays Smart Phone Technologies|4 Comments

About the Author:

4 Comments

  1. jim September 10, 2013 at 2:36 pm

    Huge plates, big as your face. Big as anyone’s face. These giant face plates just roamin’ around, knocking people over and laughing in grating ceramic voices. Possibly they can travel through time and have cancer rays that can give basically anything cancer. Trees will evolve feelings, and will be merciless and irate. Everyone will have cannons for arms, which will invalidate even the most remedial chores.

  2. frenchboy September 10, 2013 at 3:24 pm

    around 2156, flying cards, jet packs, colinaization of other planets, alien life forms detected and studied, vast quantites of natural resources on other plants, colinization of the moon/mars, leisure space travel (affordable), WORLD NOT ENDING IN 2012 (main one)

  3. Mr. Smartypants September 10, 2013 at 3:33 pm

    The 3D contacts reminded me of something on a Simpsons episode a few weeks ago. Homer takes Bart to see a 3D movie and Bart says ‘Wow, 3D is so cool! I wish real life was 3D!’ In fact, if both your eyes work, ALL contacts are 3D contacts. 8^)

    When I was in college I did a paper on ‘futurism’. Rather than look at contemporary predictions of future technology, I went back to the past, to magazines like Popular Mechanix, which for years had published articles about technologies being developed at the time and what they would mean in the future. I invite anyone who’s interested to look at some old PMs from the 1940s and 50s and have a good laugh. That’s where the ideas of personal jet-packs and flying cars got popularized. Moving sidewalks, self-cleaning homes and furniture, automated kitchens that cooked and served whole meals by push-buttons or even spoken command. Cars that drove themselves on highways at >100 mph.

    In our own time, does anyone remember Bill Gates–perhaps one of the most futuristic thinkers of our generation–said nobody would ever need a computer with more than 64k of memory?

    It’s clear from the last few years that computer technology will continue to get more powerful, but consume less power and be much smaller. The average car today has like $ 300 worth of steel in it and $ 800 worth of digital electronics. We are already seeing computers in toasters, TVs, electric shavers, etc.–so what’s next? Toothbrushes? Nail clippers? 8^) It’ll be fun to see. But I wouldn’t make specific predictions.

  4. Whitey September 10, 2013 at 4:25 pm

    Built in computers in glasses.

Comments are closed.