Gadgets of the Future
Technologists are looking to make the future easier for all and sundry, and most of this proposed tech gadgets will leave most mind blown. Some of this gadgets are mere prototypes while some have been tested and a few of them are currently in use in some parts of the world. However considering how things almost get here late, though better now because of technology these gadgets are mostly going to be in almost everyone’s future.
Autonomous drone vehicle(Ehang 184)
This is technically not a gadget, but drones are and this is just a drone that almost graduated into a helicopter. Drones are no longer alien to us, in fact, if one is vigilant enough it’s possible to catch a whiff of one.This goes to further buttress the fact that drone technology is getting better and more opportunities are being explored. Well, one of such Innovation is the EHANG 184, invented by a California based Chinese company, Ehang.
Ehang 184 is technically not in the future as it has done 1000 test flights. The Ehang 184 is an all-electric quadcopter the size of a smart car with a seat for a person to sit in. One thing distinguishes Ehang 184 from a helicopter or anything of this kind.*Drum rolls* It flies autonomously, all a passenger need do is to enter their destination into the panel and enjoy the ride.
According to Time.com “the navigation is backed up 24/7 by a real-time flight command center and flyers need no sort of license to fly in one “.Like everything innovation it has, it’s pros and cons. Well, there are arguments about safety and emergency response, however, Ehang(the company) said in a press statement that in case of emergency the flyer can choose to halt flight and just hover in the air.
Coooool? Yea right! *side eye*
B-membrane Computer Design
The B membrane computer popularly referred to as the computer of tomorrow designed by Korean designer Won-Seok-Lee. The design inspired by Kubrick is a UFO-like gadget which projects a computer screen on any surface, it also comes with a membrane keyboard which appears when needed.There is various future computer prototype, however, B-membrane stands out as it sheds the weight of bulky desktop monitors.
The design also boasts of a mood light for an apartment when the computer is not in use. However, a little concern is how people will go from using sleek desktops to a spaceship look alike computer.
Bio Robot Refrigerator
Refrigerators in the last decades have seen the least innovation in designs, well! it seems the future has something very interesting in design. This interestingly is a mounted refrigerator designed by Russian Yuriy Dmitriev, more to its wowing factor is that this design intends to utilize a biopolymer gel to freeze and cool food in a suspended way.According to the designer’s press statement, the refrigerator has no motor or engine like the current designs in of refrigerators in use. He further explained that the bio gel in use has a cooling agent he referred to as bio-robots which makes up the biopolymer and it cools and preserves the food by generating light in cold temperature, this he referred to as luminescence.
The refrigerator is put to use by sticking food into the polymer gel which is non-sticky, odorless and the food is suspended and cooled until when needed.
Front and back 55” TV
Bigger Televisions are almost the rave for those who can afford it, more because of their super High Definition image and sound output among others. However, one brand is changing the game in years to come. LG at an exhibition showed off an OLED Display that offers a 55-inch display and a thickness of under 1 millimeter. Aside from the display’s thinness, the other feature that lends to its wallpaper moniker is that fact that it can be easily attached and removed from walls via a magnetic backing.
It boasts of advanced features and superior performance – foldable, wearable, flexible and transparent, which OLED technology is known for and to cap it all the screen of the TV runs from front to back. That is, it can be watched at the back or at the front. However, the concern for this design is that it might only be able to serve a commercial purpose, thereby bigger sizes could revolutionize cinema viewing in the nearest future.
More often than acknowledged pen like our phones and computers are part of our day to day life. However, as there is more alternative writing material ( no thanks to phones and computers)we are gradually using less ink.
According to the designer, abandoned pens and other such stationery stand a chance at purposeful usage, thanks to the Pen Printer. The device uses the ink from discarded pens to print on paper. The current tech may not support such an ambitious idea, but it’s worth the exploration since many of us have bundles of uncapped and discarded pens in our drawers for no apparent reason. Far too often we’re left with pens that still have ink, but are unable to write. Introducing Pen Printer. This innovative gadget aims to make use of these types of pen that you may have laying around collecting dust at home.
Finger Print Padlocks
In some parts of the world this is already a thing in use, however, it is included because it is quite innovative.Away from the praise-singing, fingerprint padlocks many which now come in various enhanced design features like water-resistant, compact design among others.According to manufacturers of fingerprint padlocks, it can unlock in 0.8 seconds and operates an adaptive algorithm which makes it faster and more accurate with each use.It has a battery which operates on last a year on only a one-time two-hour charge and can track who opened a lock and when via a connected app.
Consider these gadgets and resultant tech services as the things that will take your Money in the future if you are still around to witness them. Which would you buy or pay for it services if you can afford it?