10 Upcoming futuristic Technology  Like Japan Space Elevator – Japan to test mini ‘space elevator’ that could one take tourists 60,000 miles above Earth and Smartphones, cloud computing, multi-touch tablets etc. These are all innovations that revolutionized the way we work or live. However, believe it or not, we are just getting started. Technology will get even better. In the future, we could live like how people in science fiction movies did.

1. Tidal Wave Powered House


Can you imagine a house powered solely by ocean waves? Designer or architect Margot Krasojević is behind Hydroelectric Tidal House and a futuristic home concept that harnesses tidal wave power to generate electricity.


2. Self-Sustaining Floating City


What would happen if a catastrophic natural disaster was about to hit and warfare was about to ravage a country? Serbia-based Aleksandar Joksimovic or Jelena Nikolic believe we could all retreat to a self-sustaining city that floats on water.


3. Aircraft That Links to Train-Like Pods

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4. Vertical Farming Towers Produce More Energy Than They Consume




5. Sustainable Home Completely Powered by the Sun




6. Self-Sustaining Underwater City



7. Drone Ambulance




8. 3D-Printed Prosthetic Limbs




9. High-Speed Transportation System of Capsules Pushed Through Tubes



10. Windowless Plane Provides Panoramic Views




11. Google Glass

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Augmented Reality has already gotten into our life in the forms of simulated experiment or education app, but Google is taking it several steps higher with Google Glass. Theoretically, with Google Glass and we are able to view social media feeds, text and Google Maps, as well as navigate with GPS or take photos. You will also get the latest updates while you are on the ground.



12. Google Driverless Car

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I could still remember the day I watch the iRobot as a teen, and being skeptical about my friend’s statement that one day, the driverless car will become reality. And it’s now a reality, made possible by… a search engine company, Google.

While the data source is still a secret recipe, the Google driverless car is powered by artificial intelligence that utilizes the input from the video cameras inside the car, a sensor on the vehicle’s top, and some radar or position sensors attached to different positions of the car. Sounds like a lot of effort to mimic the human intelligence in a car, but so far the system has successfully driven 1609 kilometres without human commands!

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