Top 10 Futuristic Technologies That Are Revolutionizing Our World

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Handheld device to determine if the fruit is ripe

In this Article, We Share the list of the Top 10 Futuristic Technologies That Are Revolutionizing Our World. Don’t Waste time Let’s Start!!!!

An array of discordant views from different schools of thought are often revealed through the advances in technology. Certain people have been conditioned to think that technology is a 21st century imp that is rapidly reducing humanity, whereas others hold the technology in a positive light as a method to bring the world to one another. Have you ever imagined the future? Do you believe that humanity is acquiring all the latest technology for the wrong motives? Yes, I believe there is a place for art which is challenging technology and inspires the art. In my ideal world, the exponential growth in the technological capabilities of humanity will transform the future into a dystopia or utopia state. The future will only be revealed by time.

1. Facebook’s Aquila drone for beaming down Internet access in remote areas

Facebook’s Aquila drone

The pilot test of a solar-powered internet drone called Aquila was successfully completed, and the drone is expected to expand the reach of internet connectivity across the world. In the words of Jay Parikh, global head of infrastructure and engineering at Facebook the drone has the possibility to provide access, voice , and potential millions of users all over the globe in a quicker and cost-effective method. Aquila is able to cover a radius of as large as sixty miles (96.6 kilometers) in size while making use of laser communications and millimeter wave technology to bring connectivity from an altitude of 60,000 feet (18288 meters). As per Parikh, Aquila is designed to be ultra-efficient, which means it could fly for as long as three months in stretch. Aquila also boasts the size of an airliner’s wingspan however, at cruising speeds it uses less than 5,000 watts. This is about the same of three blow-dryers or a top-end microwave.

2. Cinema 3D technology for 3D movies without wearing the funky glasses

Cinema 3D technology

Are you a movie goer? Are you tired of the bulky 3D glasses? Do not fret. Researchers from the group comprising Max Planck have suggested that it is possible to create an 3D content that does not require glasses through a precise design of optical components. They’ve created a simple cinema 3D prototype that can be able to support a 200-pixel picture. In the experiments, viewers were able to see 3D models of pixelated characters from various seats in a tiny theater. In addition, the researchers pointed that the images needed to be projected in a small number of viewing positions per theater seat. Yet, Wojciech Matusik, an associate professor of Electrical Engineering and computer science at M.I.T believes that the current techniques for glasses-free 3D require screens with Resolution requirements for the screen are large that they’re not practical at all. This is because glasses-free 3D techniques generally employ a set of slits referred to as parallax barriers that are placed on top of the screen. The slits let each eye to view a different number of pixels, creating an illusion of depth. This creates barriers for the user, an exact distance needs to be established from the viewers. Itmakes it challenging to implement in large spaces like theatres, where viewers are seated at a range of angles and distances of the projection screen.

3. Creation of first ever programmable and reprogrammable Quantum computers

reprogrammable Quantum computers

According to LiveScience the highly-anticipated quantum computing technology can help scientists run complicated simulations and provide quick solutions to complex calculations. It is believed quantum computers are able to simultaneously run more calculations in one go than the number of atoms that exist throughout the Universe! They store data in qubits, which are superpositional (simultaneously switched on and off) which allows it to do two calculations at once. This means it is much more difficult to break encryptions that take normal computers more than the time required to hack.

4. Creation of laser using Jelly fish’s fluorescent proteins

Creation of laser using Jelly fish’s fluorescent proteins

Repurposing fluorescent proteins that transformed biomedical imaging and the cells completely, scientists can develop polariton lasers that work at room temperature, driven by nanosecond pulses thus giving these lasers more significance. According to research who studied their Creation of Jellyfish lasers has been a major technological breakthrough for Polariton lasers. They are believed to to be much smaller and more efficient than traditional ones, and could open the way to future research in Quantum Physics and optical computing. The fluorescent proteins that are utilized for markers within living cells were studied to be utilized as materials to create their molecular structure. This is advantageous to operate in high-brightness conditions, a factor that allows them to convert into lasers.

5. Use of squids to self-fix clothes

Use of squids to self-fix clothes

In the future, we’ll wear clothes that repair their tears thanks to coatings made from Squid proteins, as revealed by the latest study. It is important to note that damage to products like hazmat suits or biomedical implants may be the difference between life or death. Scientists are working hard to develop self-repairing materials that could increase the life span of these kinds of items. While the self-repairing films of the past performed quickly, they were cracked under dry, warm conditions. A more flexible material was needed to be used. The squid ring-teeth’s proteins were discovered to be moviegoer and elastic in both dry and wet conditions. Scientists have developed a layer that was containing squid ring-teeth proteins. When the fabric is submerged with water, these proteins move toward the holes and tear in the coating, connecting parts of the fabric and coating together to repair. But there’s much to be worked out before self-repairing clothing can be found in stores near us since the price of the material remains an issue. The next step is to increase the production process to meet demands of the commercial market.

6. Detection of sarcasm by the computers

Detection of sarcasm by the computers

Machines have a harder task in distinguishing sarcasm from humour since they are usually programmed to interpret texts and browse images based solely on what they read. Computer scientists are beginning to develop a sarcasm detection engine that teaches computers that humans don’t always intend what they say. This can help marketers determine which ones are praising or mocking their products and adapt their message to attract you more of their products. Advanced computers can also assist law enforcement agencies differentiate legitimate threats from ones which make fun of serious subjects, like Twitter, Instagram and Tumblr posts that contain images. They could also help automate customer support systems identify the reason you’re upset and direct you to an actual person, or let politicians know the impact of their messages with voters.

7. ‘Slow Dance’ picture frame

Slow Dance’ picture frame

Inspired by the two close friends who danced, Lieberman crafted the first version of the slow dance for wedding presents. The frame, made of wood measuring 12.5 inches in width by 14.5 inches tall, is equipped with Strobe lights that flash at a speed that is too rapid that the eye of a human comprehend. The lights flash on and off at a rate of 80 times per second, and are synchronized to vibrations which animate any object that is hanging within the frame. Although the light waves are too rapid to discern they are combined with the high-speed vibrating to produce a subtle change in the pattern of moving images, changing the speed at which they are perceived by the viewer and giving the illusion of movement that appears to be occurring slower than usual. According to Liebermann the piece of art is an evocation of all the aspects of reality that aren’t visible and serves as an ongoing reminder of what is that are beyond what we can see with our eyes. The piece is scheduled to be available in the year 2019!

8. Handheld device to determine if the fruit is ripe

Handheld device to determine if the fruit is ripe

Have you ever bought some fruit from your local fruit shop, especially an Apple believing it was just ripe enough to satisfy your hungry stomach but then discovered that it wasn’t? Don’t worry about it. Thanks to technology and M.I.T brains for reducing this common problem for consumers. The device utilizes Ultra violet lights to gauge the luminescence of chlorophyll within the skin of the fruit. The more dim the glow is from the chlorophyll, the more ripe the fruit is since chlorophyll degrades into other chemicals as time passes. This device can help farmers determine the ideal moment to pick their crop. It will aid Apple distributers who are relying on their intuition to determine where to ship their stocks since the most mature apple varieties must go to areas where they will sell quickly.

9. Terahertz radiation device for reading closed books

vice for reading closed books

The device’s prototype uses an electromagnetic radiation band that is a combination of microwaves and infrared light that is referred to as “Terahertz radiation. The T-rays enable readers to read books that are closed, recognize letters printed on sheets of paper that are that are up to nine sheets thick because they are capable of distinguishing between blank and ink papers in a manner that the x-rays can’t. This technology will help researchers look through old books that are difficult to open. It could will also allow the creation of office equipment that could scan large volumes of paper in one go!

10. Perfect memory cameras to go ‘back in time.’

Perfect memory cameras to go ‘back in time

In the near future, we’ll be able to record those moments that were missed with tapping a pocket-sized 12 megapixel device that wears. How? The camera is on a continuous recording when it is in automatic edit mode thereby it is able to save the footage after the time limit. The innovative idea was originated by New York-based General streaming technology will be able to shoot time-lapse photograph. It will utilize Wi-Fi to wirelessly connect to a smartphone via the app to live stream images and videos. With this type of technology, murders can be easily solved, and you’ll never forget the moment when your child was able to recognize you as’mom or dad and ‘dad’!

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