Bright Future Things: Created by Humans to Change the world.
Whether it’s early man’s first use of fire or the birth of the space shuttle, innovations have always been the major catalysts behind humankind’s success. Some of these breakthroughs brought about immediate change, while others humbly laid the groundwork for important developments down the road. From pioneering inventions to bold scientific and medical advancements.
1. Virtual Reality Headsets
Virtual reality immerses you in a 360-degree environment. In order to experience virtual reality, you will need a headset specifically designed for that purpose. The terms “360” and “virtual reality” are often used interchangeably, but there are important differences. 360-degree photos and videos are panoramic pictures and videos – you can turn your head to look around you in all directions, but you are not able to interact with your environment. Virtual reality allows interaction within these worlds. You can experience both on headsets such as Google’s Daydream View, Samsung Gear VR, Oculus Rift and HTC Vive. You can use Google Cardboard to watch 360.
2. Self driving cars: Smart Cars
If you’re in the camp of automotive enthusiasts who love to drive, and consider driving both a sport and an art form odds are you’re not looking forward to the day when self-driving cars are mandated. And yes, it does appear that day is on the horizon, as self-driving cars become more and more adept and the technology becomes more affordable to a broader range of automobiles. The leading cause of most automobile accidents today is driver error. Alcohol, drugs, speeding, aggressive driving, over-compensation, inexperience, slow reaction time, inattentiveness, and ignoring road conditions are all contributing factors. Given some 40 percent of accidents can be traced to the abuse of drugs and or alcohol, self-driving cars would practically eliminate those accidents altogether. This technology helps to control problems on roads.
3. Organic Radical Batteries
The organic radical battery developed by NEC uses a flexible gel polymer for the electrodes that enables the creation of thin batteries that can be bent freely. Such batteries, which also have the advantage of being rechargeable in less than one minute, are expected to be used in a variety of fields.
Nowadays smartphones are our biggest friends, they’re becoming more and more powerful every passing year. Only drawback of these powerful electronic machines is the battery life which seems to be getting shorter as we’re moving in future.
4. The Quantum Computer
To speed computation, quantum computers tap directly into an unimaginably vast fabric of reality—the strange and counter intuitive world of quantum mechanics. The last step in our brief history of innovation is the quantum computer. In 2011, the first quantum computer was brought to market by D-wave. It was called the D wave One. Quantum computers use superposition and entanglement to solve some computing problems thousands of times faster than traditional computers. In May 2013 Google announced it was purchasing a D-wave Two quantum computer to be hosted at the Quantum Artificial Research Lab at the NASA Ames Research Center in Mountain View, CA.
5. Neuromorphic Chips
A processor chip designed like the human brain rather than the traditional, sequential von Neumann architecture. Such chips are expected to greatly accelerate artificial intelligence (AI) applications in the future. In 2016, Qualcomm introduced its Zeroth Machine Intelligence Platform and Snapdragon Neural Processing Engine that enable mobile devices to run their own neural network models rather than going to the cloud.
Do You know our brain the most advance processing machine in the entire known universe. Human brain is capable of processing information at lighting speed without using much energy. Neuromorophic engineering is an attempt to mimic the way our brain functions, fast and very efficiently. This would help us to make ultra-fast and super-efficient processors that can be used in smartphones, computers and perhaps robots.
6. 3D Printing
3-D printing is a manufacturing process that builds layers to create a three-dimensional solid object from a digital model. To print a 3-D object, the manufacturer uses a computer-aided design (CAD) program to create a digital model that gets sliced into very thin cross-sections called layers. During the print process, the 3-D printer starts at the bottom of the design and builds up successive layers of material until the object is finished. it has a potential to revolutionize the world. Imagine a future when you can print any product that you make on internet while sitting in your home.
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