FUTURE WORLD , FUTURE TECHNOLOGY !!

Posted: February 5, 2013 in Technical articals
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Hello people !!

Today’s thought is Future technology !! Amazed, well i was not when i first came to know how things will change in future. In this article , i will come up with some future technology, that will change the way we live, our lifestyle .

I am not the only one who thinks in this matter, lots of other people also thinks in this way. Ok , here are some of the outrageous technology that we can see in the future.

 Augmented reality will go mainstream
Augmented reality is already here—even the Yelp app on an iPhone lets you hold up your phone to see which coffee shops are nearby, with helpful pop-ups that appear over a camera image. Yet, according to Thursday Bram, a content marketer with Hyper modern consulting, augmented reality will be integrated in every shopping experience. For example, when you go to a store, you’ll walk up to a mirror and be able to see how a new shirt looks on you. The technology is already here, but the next step by 2025 is to make augmented reality work everywhere you go.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xyBXjjZa9qE

Your computer will have the power of Touch, Smell ,Taste, Hear , Sight:

HEARING

In 5 years, computers will hear what matters. Hearing systems of the future will be trained by ‘listening’ to sounds and will use this input to start detecting patterns and building models to decompose sounds. Machines will be used to predict when a tree might fall or to translate “baby talk” so parents understand if a baby’s fussing indicates hunger, tiredness or pain. Watch the video atwww.youtube.com/ibm

SIGHT

In 5 years, computers will not only be able to look at images, but understand them. Computers will be trained to turn pictures and videos into features, identifying things like color distribution, texture patterns, edge information and motion information. A pixel will be worth a thousand words. Watch the video at www.youtube.com/ibm

TASTE

In 5 years, a computer system will know what you like to eat better than you do. A machine that experiences flavor will determine the precise chemical structure of food and why people like it. Not only will it get you to eat healthier, but it will also surprise us with unusual pairings of foods that are designed to maximize our experience of taste and flavor. Digital taste buds will help you to eat smarter. Watch the video at www.youtube.com/ibm

SMELL

In 5 years, computers will have a sense of smell. We will see vast advances where sensors will be equipped to smell potential diseases that feed back into a cognitive system to tell us if they suspect a possible health issue. Your phone will detect if you’re coming down with a cold or illness before you do. Watch the video at www.youtube.com/ibm

TOUCH

n 5 years, you will be able to touch through your phone. IBM is working on bringing a sense of touch to mobile devices, and bringing together virtual and real world experiences for a number of industries including retail. Shoppers will be able to “feel” the texture and weave of a fabric or product by brushing their finger over the item’s image on a device’s screen. Watch the video at www.youtube.com/ibm

 Some of our employees will not be human

Patrick Cox, an analyst at Agora Financial, suggests that, by 2025, artificial intelligence will advance to the point where some work will be done by intelligent machines. Of course, the traditional view of a robot is a humanoid that looks like something out of Terminator movie, but future robots will take over mundane tasks and won’t look like humans at all: Smart machines will flip hamburgers at a local eatery, diagnose your illness at the doctor, serve as digital avatars during a meeting, and clean the office floors. Robots like the Roomba vacuum already exist, but Cox says intelligent machines will do most manual labor.

Self Driven cars:

Whoa!! Just select your destination and your automatic driven car will lead you to your destination ,wow no manual efforts, have a juice , shake . No traffic worries , no accidents..!! well this will surely be the must watch technology of future. Many companies are working on this project.GOOGLE, NISSAN, AUDI & FORD.

Digital Jewellery:

By 2030, pieces of jewellery such as lapel pins, rings, badges, necklaces, or earrings could replace mobile phones in the form we know them now and either transfer money themselves or authenticate a payment.

Self-charging holographic mobile phones

That’s a mouthful. Let’s simplify: first of all, we have had, for a long time, wristwatches that power themselves by the regular motion of the wearer. Today, cell phone companies are already unveiling kinetic motion-powered cell phones…meaning the scourge of battery life may plague you no more.So, to recap: charger-free cellphones that project a holographic video of you and the person you’re calling. So what does that mean for travel? Well, let’s say you’re on vacation with your partner, and your boss calls and he said he needs you in a meeting — you won’t go, but your holographic image will. The more we can connect the physical world — even if it’s just a real representation — the less influence geographic boundaries have over us all.

well thats all from my side!! if u have something like this reach me :

prabhanshugupta03@gmail.com

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