8 Bits of Future Tech That I Wish existed Right Now Invisibility cloaks In lacking the magical touch of Lady Galadriel, humans have found th...
Invisibility cloaksIn lacking the magical touch of Lady Galadriel, humans have found the small matter of creating invisibility garments a little more challenging than the Elvish did. However, a group of students at Zhejiang University in China made the most recent breakthrough, using a process called topological optimisation.
Mission to Mars
Total Immersion Virtual Reality
We will all travel in tubes
Proper artificial intelligence
The idea of giving up the almighty pound practically had millions of Brits belting out the Dad's Army the at the top of their lungs, a few years back. Can you imagine the reaction if we were forced to ditch it a unilateral 'Republican Credits' sort of currency like Bitcoin? Regardless of the multitude of ways companies like Google, Square, PayPal, Visa, Apple, Barclays and more are giving us ways to give up those scraggly bits of paper forever, our isn't going anywhere.
The Star Trek Warp Drive
Now this might sound like an obvious one, but believe it or not, there are some dudes at NASA who think they've uncovered a potential formula for travelling at faster-than-light Warp Speed.
The Biostamp tatt and the password pill
Ah the password; the lovely hackable, forgettable, confusable password. How you mock us with your identity-validating necessity. How we wish someone could come up with a decent idea to make you go away forever. Motorola, bless it, is trying its best with its recently-unveiled Biostamp electronic tattoos. These temporary stamps contain silicon circuits containing our digital identities and could be used to unlock our gadgets.