Top 10 Mindblowing Upcoming Technologies
We are living in an era of science and technology, where inventions and innovations are inspiring us each day. Technology is making our life more easier and luxurious. Things which we only imagine today comes in to reality in other day. Science and technology is progressing day by day. Here, below is a list of top ten upcoming technology that may change the world.
The list of top 10 Mindblowing Upcoming Technologies that will take your breath away.
Google Glasses are a part of Project Glass, a research and development program by Google to develop an augmented reality head-mounted display (HMD). These products would display information in smartphone-like format hands-free and could interact with the Internet via natural language voice commands. The prototype’s functionality and minimalist appearance has been compared to Steve Mann’s EyeTap. The operating system software used in the glasses will be Google’s Android.
Leap Motion presents an entirely new way to interact with your computers. Put simply, Leap Motion is more accurate than a mouse, as reliable as a keyboard and more sensitive than a touchscreen. For the first time, you can control a computer in three dimensions with your natural hand and finger movements.
Google’s Self-Driving Cars
The Google driverless car is a project by Google that involves developing technology for driver-less cars. The project is currently being led by Google engineer Sebastian Thrun, director of the Stanford Artificial Intelligence Laboratory and co-inventor of Google Street View.
Glasses-Free 3D TV
The MIT Media Lab system uses several layers of liquid-crystal displays (LCDs), the technology currently found in most flat-panel TVs. To produce a convincing 3-D illusion, the displays would need to refresh at a rate of about 360 times a second, or 360 hertz. Such displays may not be far off: LCD TVs that boast 240-hertz refresh rates have already appeared on the market, just a few years after 120-hertz TVs made their debut.
Air to Fuel
A British firm based on Teesside says it’s designed revolutionary new technology that can produce petrol using air and water. Air Fuel Synthesis in Stockton-on-Tees has produced five liters of petrol since August, but hopes to be in production by 2015 making synthetic fuel targeted at the motor sports sector. The company believes the technique could help solve energy supply problems and curb global warming.
Disney Research has proposed a complete process for designing, simulating, and fabricating synthetic skin for an animatronics character that mimics the face of a given subject and its expressions. This process starts with measuring the elastic properties of a material used to manufacture synthetic soft tissue.
Form 1 3D Printer
The Form 1 combines great design and solid engineering to simplify the entire printing process. It utilizes Stereolithography (SL) technology to achieve the highest resolution available in 3D printing, blowing away plastic extrusion (FDM) performance.
Bionic Hand controlled by brain signals. It does allow people without fingers to have fully functional hands that can pick up and handle delicate objects. It is completely controlled by the brain and requires no surgery. Touch Bionics, the company the produces the Pro Digits hand, is able to install the hand complete with “living skin,” a plastic covering resembling human skin, for under $50,000. A small price to pay for a new hand I think.
Invisible Bike Helmets
The device is a mobile airbag which will supposedly replace all those unstylish bicycle helmets. It’s contained in a scarf which is worn around your neck, and at the moment of impact it inflates and forms a protective cushion around your head. The Invisible Bike Helmet was created by Hovding, a Swedish technology company.
The technology was developed by FaceFirst, and even in a crowd you can’t escape their watchful eye: FaceFirst can track each individual face on a camera feed and run matches at the same time – and all of this happens live. Here’s a quote from the CEO of FaceFirst, Joseph Rosenkrantz:
“Within just a couple of seconds whoever needs to know receives an email containing all the evidence and stats about the person identified along with the video clip of them passing the camera so they may be approached then and there.”