Architects, software giants, engineers, large tech industry players are all working together to realize their futuristic visions of everyday places, including churches, pedestrian crossings, homes, doctors’ offices, grocery stores, hotels, police stations, schools, gas stations, and car dealerships. In some cases, these visions have already been realized. And it’s likely that others will be actualized, not mere dreams, in the near future. Our world is being transformed across the board due to a variety of factors, including technology, science, social planning, politics, and the motive of businesses to increase their profits. Here are 10 futuristic and technology-driven visions of everyday places that we’re likely to witness in the next few years.
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So here’s the deal. Very, very rarely am I one to write reviews on products, companies or services. However, I’m making an exception today after recently stumbling upon what I believe is arguably one of the best, yet largely unknown, tools on the internet today – FindPeopleSearch.com.
Nobody can say for sure what the rest of 2017 holds, but one thing’s for sure: the steady march of technological progress will continue, blowing our minds with new developments we could have never dreamed possible. Many of the crazy new inventions coming out this year are hardly a big secret, with many companies already having announced their game-changing inventions that are set to hit the market any day now. Get ready to have your mind blown, because these 15 new gadgets and inventions have the power to completely change the way you live your life.
Don’t let the name fool you — Sweden’s new “Museum of Failure” is an act of celebration that commemorates the disasters that drive the success of later innovations. On June 7, the Museum of Failure will open, debuting 51 failed products in an exhibition in the Swedish city of Helsingborg, all in the name of honoring the creative process. From coffee-flavored Coca Cola to a pen designed for women, here’s a taste of some of the products that are getting a second life on display.
GlassesUSA.com, the leading online retailer for prescription eyewear, announced earlier this week the launch of TruSkin™ Invisible Glasses, the world’s first pair of invisible frames that turn completely transparent from a person’s body heat.
We tend to hold inventors in high esteem, but often their discoveries were the result of an accident or twist of fate. This is true of many everyday items, including the following surprise inventions. From popsicles to Post-It Notes, and from the microwave oven to Penicillin, in this article we’ll take a look at 10 unintentional discoveries or inventions that changed the world for the better.
Since launching in 2007, Google Street View has taken panoramic shots of 5 million miles of roads, covering 45 countries and about 3,000 cities around the world. The street view on Google Maps is a great feature, especially for checking out places you’ve never been before. But as the following images show, Google has a gift for inadvertently capturing some bizarre, candid and hilarious pictures of the spots they’re mapping. From a lonely baby outside a Gucci store, to a superhero sleeping on a park bench, these are some of the most obscure and craziest images from around the world captured on Google Street View.
This year, give yourself a leg up by downloading an app that will truly help you meet the resolutions you made for this year. The more help, the better, as far as I’m concerned, and I think you’ll agree after you check out these 10 great apps that will help you make this year the best year ever.
A massive cyberattack hindered access to many major websites across the internet on Friday. On Friday morning, Dyn — a company that hosts domain name systems — announced it has been the subject of a cyberattack that caused major problems for numerous websites. People reported issues with Twitter, Spotify, SoundCloud, Vox Media sites, Airbnb and… View Article
Last year VSP Global, the nation’s largest vision care provider, unveiled one of the latest advancements in digital health — a pair of regular-looking eye glasses with invisible activity tracking sensors built into the temple. VSP started working with the University of Southern California’s (USC) Center for Body Computing in 2015 on something they called… View Article
On Tuesday afternoon, SpaceX founder Elon Musk unveiled his company’s detailed plans for transporting people to Mars and establishing a human settlement on the red planet by 2022. In an effort to protect humanity from certain doom, the tech billionaire unveiled his ambitious plans to colonize Mars within the next decade during a keynote talk… View Article
A new study into the effectiveness of fitness trackers for weight loss found the wearable devices may not be as helpful as previously thought. And in fact, they may even have the opposite effect. In the new report published September 20 in the Journal of the American Medical Association, a team of researchers from the University of Pittsburgh… View Article