Futurist's Vision of the Future

April 26, 2009  |  Articles

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Back to this post… This has nothing to do with voice overs but I am passionate about technology and this looks likes an interesting take on how things might end up being like in the not so distant future.

Of course this is done tongue in cheek… but with the exponential leaps and bounds that technology is making… maybe… just maybe a few of them can come to fruition.

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Our understanding of the future is greatly improved when we have clear images of what it might be like. Here are some images from the future that are nothing short of total genius. (Pics)

Futurist Visions of the Future

Genetic engineered dog vending machine

Futurist Visions of the Future

Calorie burning Coke with negative calories

Futurist Visions of the Future

Home robotics medical unit

Futurist Visions of the Future

Clone reunions tend to all be alike

Futurist Visions of the Future

Adopt-an-orbit space cleanup missions

Futurist Visions of the Future

Future bumper stickers

Futurist Visions of the Future

Traffic tickets will give you the option to go to court instantly

Futurist Visions of the Future

Vat grown Vulcan ears give that added realism to Halloween

Futurist Visions of the Future

”Mirror mirror on the wall, what the hell is wrong with me today?”

Futurist Visions of the Future

Insurance companies will have all the bases covered

Futurist Visions of the Future

The Ronco Meat-o-Matic is a product no kitchen should be without

Futurist Visions of the Future

Pizzamatos are just one reason why you should invest in Monsanto

Futurist Visions of the Future

The new Wal-Mart product maker will make Christmas and birthday shopping sooooo much easier

Futurist Visions of the Future

Able to kill nano-bugs from 10 miles away

Futurist Visions of the Future

Dream inducers designed to enhance those middle of the night experiences

Futurist Visions of the Future

Smart diapers are not only a good ideas, they are now the law

Futurist Visions of the Future

Driving becomes secondary to the information experience of smart windshields

Futurist Visions of the Future

Finally, an elevator where the word “up” is followed by the phrase “how high?”

Futurist Visions of the Future

Let your machine do your pre-tasting for you

Futurist Visions of the Future

Books with their finger on the pulse of the future