It is not fiction.
So we live very ordinary lives, and yet the future is not just knocking, but directly breaking in our doors. It turns out that drones are already being used as the selfie sticks, the builders of the print on the printers the whole house, but heat and cold can save the same jacket.
We decided to prove to you that many science fiction movies have become reality. Don’t believe? Then see for yourself.
1. Models on global catwalks are about to be replaced drones
A pioneer in this direction was the Italian fashion house Dolce & Gabbana. First, he released the podium drones with women’s handbags, but on one of the summer shows of 2018 has completely replaced the models of drones that showed dresses and other outfits.
Of course, while this looks like a brilliant performance and serves to attract the attention of a spoiled audience. But who knows, maybe soon girls will stop dreaming of becoming a model and starts to learn to control the drones.
2. Japan is preparing to establish a mass production flying taxi
This is only experimental projects, but Japanese developers do not exclude that for the Olympics 2020 in Tokyo it will be possible to ride on an unmanned taxi. On the idea of the inventors of the flying machine will land and take off vertically, but their movement speed will be approximately 200 km/h.
A pleasant “side effect” of this invention should be the elimination of traffic congestion in Metropolitan areas. I want to believe that the congestion will disappear completely and moves to the height of 150 m above the ground.
3. The builders are going to print on a 3D printer entire neighborhoods
First 3D house in America appeared in the state of Texas. The building was built during the day, and the cost of its construction amounted to less than $ 4 million (this amount is almost 10 times lower than conventional construction). After that successful experience, the developer has received official permission to use the 3D technology and now plans to start mass printing houses. The main focus promise to make poor countries in South America.
4. On a 3D printer print more and pizza. Say delicious
Modern technology is ready to explode and established way of life of Housewives. In America culinary 3D printers can already create chocolate and pancakes, and it was recently released device that can print cake, ravioli, cookies and even pizza.
5. In Dallas international airport opened a games room with consoles
Now the passengers are not bored while waiting for a flight. Beside the two large terminals are installed 22 Xbox. The hall is open daily from early morning until 10 PM.
Customers are offered a choice of 19 games. The time spent for consoles, you can pay per minute or pay 20 bucks for unlimited play. This is the first of its kind experiment, and its organisers say it was more than successful.
6. The media become smaller, and their memory more
The tiny digital disk, invented by group of scientists from the University of Southampton in the UK, together with colleagues from the Technical University of Eindhoven in the Netherlands, is able to preserve more than 360 terabytes of data. Disk technology created in 5D using ultrafast laser.
The technology was presented in 2013, and to date, its creators have significantly improved his invention. Now the tiny “crystal of memory” can hold even more information.
7. Clothing is weatherproof
A small international team of researchers has come up with the universal fabric from which to sew clothes for warm and cool weather. This is a special material that reacts to temperature fluctuations in heat, he becomes flat and thin, and cold in between the fibers form voids with air.
It is noteworthy that the owner of such smart garments will not have to make any effort to adjust the thickness of a jacket or sweatshirt. The whole process is Autonomous, it remains only to relax and enjoy the weather, whatever it was.
8. Advertising becomes individual
In the subway we usually show a bunch of diverse advertising. But in Japan, marketers have decided to beat precisely in the purpose: special sensors identificeret the gender of the occupant’s pupils, and artificial intelligence reads the reaction to the advertising.
Within seconds, the new technology determines the product that can cause the most interest (for example, mascara). It’s what you will show during the trip.
9. Drones are becoming selfie-sticks
Photos taken with drones can be called a separate art form. But now make such a picture can each of us: in Italy developed mini quadcopter specially for selfie. This little flying camera is quite possible to carry in your pocket. Appears to be an ordinary stick for “cebasek” begin to leave in the past.
10. Blind people “see” works of art using the special gloves
In the spring of 2018 in Prague organized an experimental exhibition of sculptures in virtual reality. Its main visitors were blind and visually impaired people.
The developers have created for this exhibition, digital copies of famous sculptures, from the statues of David and Venus de Milo. Blind visitors wore special gloves that will “touch” the projection of various objects and even “feel” the material from which made a particular work of art. In each VR-glove was 10 devices, which when approaching the boundary of a virtual object caused vibration in certain parts of the hands.
New technology going to use in schools for the blind, to give children a real opportunity to “touch the art”. The fact that now the teaching is done using auxiliary AIDS and tactile paintings, which are often far from the originals.
11. All devices are universal
The modern man, every minute counts. And not to wasted time at the station, a resident of the Netherlands George Barratt‐Jones has proposed to his countrymen to exercise on a stationary bike.
Triple use: pump the muscles get warm, and as a bonus get a real scarf. The fact that the inventor crossed the common exerciser with a knitting machine. It’s simple: the pedals spin — scarf fit.
12. Engineer from the Netherlands uses a neural network in order to let in the cat house
Developers of high technologies are not only creative, but also a kind of sense of humor. So, the programmer Archaic Harry from Amsterdam invented a device that allows to recognize the face of his cat (his, not some stranger!), so the poor man didn’t suffer waiting in front of a locked door.
When a cat by the name of Babes comes to the balcony, his movements are pinpoint specific software. The camera takes a picture and sends to the platform for image recognition. If the cat is “his”, the host receives an alert and in a hurry to start Bobis home.