Technology has been moving with lightning-speed as of late. Just think of the last fifty years and all of the changes that have happened. All you have to do is walk through a home from the 70s and then walk through a home from the 2010s and you can clearly see the improvements that have happened. You can thank technology for the changes.
Don’t think technology is done either. In fact it is safe to say that she’s just getting started with us. Here are some things that are forming the future as a result of technology:
Remember “The Minority Report” when Tom Cruise toyed with a glass panel in front of him that showed a variety of different research tools? He was able to note things and manipulate them for research. That’s already part of the world. Thanks to technology Google glass is a reality and so is its derivative an optical head-mounted display glass in the shape of eyeglasses.
VRG, or virtual reality gaming
Who would have thought that it would be possible to sit in a chair and walk through a completely AI-generated environment? Not only that- but to also interact with it? That’s a reality now. Thanks again to technology 3D gaming headsets are available in the market. You can surround yourself with virtual monsters, environments and situations from the comfort of your favorite chair.
This is another product that has been testing the technological waters for a while now. It first came out and was a failure, but manufacturers went back to the drawing board with it, sensing its innate value. This is a technology that allows you to control your desktop with your fingers, but while never actually touching the screen. It’s a step above touchscreen advancement that likely will find its place in the market sooner than later.
Technology has long been critical to reliably running a household, but now its making another play into the market. You likely have numerous smart devices- they can span from your phone, telephone, TV, refrigerator and doors. With Smart Things you can link them all up for a one-stop way to monitor and maintain how your house functions when you’re not there.
The Autonomously-Driven Vehicle
Self-driving cars are already in the market and being tested on a grand scale. Expect that they are going to be more available to the general public, at more affordable pricing. It can change the way that people drive to work, take care of their errands and handle just about every shorter-term driving need. In the business market it cuts down on the cost to arm cars with human drivers—a huge cost that can seriously improve the bottom line.
Technology is just starting to blossom in the market. Expect that it will continue to infiltrate how people play, do business, handle their entire lives as the future unfolds.