The future isn’t here yet, but it’s getting closer every day. In fact, there are all sorts of amazing gadgets available that show just how much progress we’ve made in recent years.
Here are five gadgets that prove the future is here if you want it.
1. One Ring
This device looks like a simple silver ring at first glance, but it’s actually a multifunctional gadget that’s worn on your finger.
The One Ring can be used as a remote control for your laptop, computer or TV. It lets you control the volume and turn your device on and off with a simple hand gesture.
You can also use this ring to make purchases by tapping it on any payment terminal that accepts credit cards.
2. Smartphone Projector 2.0
If you love watching movies but hate craning your head to see the screen, this smartphone projector is ideal for you. This clever device lets you project movies from your phone onto any flat surface in high definition. Your friends will be amazed when you pull out this gadget at parties!
3. Izon View Wi-Fi Video Monitor Camera
This camera allows you to monitor your home from anywhere in the world using only your smartphone or tablet
The future is here, now — and it’s better than you ever could have imagined. Remember when you were a kid and you thought that by the year 2000 we’d all be living in flying cars? Well, that hasn’t happened yet — but it’s not for lack of trying. In fact, there are tons of people out there who are still trying to make your sci-fi dreams come true.
These gadgets aren’t just toys, either; they’re products from companies with the resources to bring them to market. And if this past year is any indication, it looks like sci-fi might catch up to reality sooner than later. Here are five gadgets that prove the future is here if you want it.
The future is here and it’s pretty sweet.
I’d like to briefly mention five gadgets that prove the future has arrived. This is not a list of the “five best” gadgets, but rather five of the most interesting.
1. Self-driving cars
Self-driving cars are not only becoming a reality, but they are already on the market right now. Google has been testing their own self-driving car for quite some time and in 2016 they plan on releasing their first model. The best part? It’s going to be electric!
2. Personal drones
A few years ago drones were exclusively used by governments and large corporations for a variety of reasons. However, as technology advances and prices drop, drones are now affordable and accessible to all. With this lower price tag comes more responsibility however. New laws are being implemented to ensure people use their drones safely and without invading others privacy or putting them in danger.
3. 3D Printers
3D printers have been around for approximately 30 years, however it wasn’t until recently that they became more affordable and accessible to consumers around the world. Now anyone can buy one of these amazing machines, upload a design online, press print and watch your 3D printed creation come to life before your very
The future is here if you want it. The gadgets we dreamed of as kids have become reality, from hoverboards to video calling, the future is here.
If you’re looking for a new gadget to bring into your life, here are five that will make your present feel like the future!
1. The Hoverboard:
Hoverboards have become popular in the last few years thanks in part to movies like Back To The Future II and celebrities like Jamie Foxx and Wiz Khalifa who’ve been seen riding them around. This two-wheeled self-balancing scooter makes getting around more fun by allowing you to glide across most surfaces (pavement and grass included) at speeds of up to 10 mph.
2. The Video Calling Tablet:
Video calling was once something we only saw on Star Trek, but now it’s commonplace thanks to tablets that allow us to make calls over WiFi or 3G/4G networks. With screens ranging from 7″ to 10″, these tablets can be used anywhere there’s an internet connection and are great for making video calls on-the-go or in crowded places where privacy is hard to come by.
3. The Robot Dog:
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“Back to the Future” promised us flying cars but we got the Segway instead. Yet if you look closely, there are signs of the future everywhere around us. Some people are just more ready than others to embrace it. Here are five gadgets that you can have right now, today!
5. Hammacher Schlemmer’s Submersible Motorcycle
Is your commute underwater? You may need this $1.5 million submersible motorcycle. The bike is made by U.K.-based Gibbs Sports Amphibians, a company that specializes in “high speed amphibian technology.” The company says that its Aquada is capable of reaching up to 30 knots in water and 100 mph on land. It runs on a 175 horsepower engine and can travel 60 miles between fill-ups.
4. A Bike That Folds Up to Be Smaller Than a Briefcase
You can already buy an electric car for less than $20,000 but what about an electric bike? If you don’t mind buying used, there are plenty of great deals out there. If you want something brand new and shiny, here’s one for around $4,000. The Stromer ST2 is a Swiss bike designed by a former BMW engineer with some serious
1. The 3Doodler
The 3Doodler is a pen that lets you draw in the air, creating complex 3-dimensional objects at will. It uses ABS plastic (which melts at a high temperature and cools quickly) to draw with — just like a glue gun. You can use it to make a bridge, or a hook, or whatever you can think of. It’s priced at $99 and available for pre-order now.
2. Parrot AR Drone 2.0 Elite Edition
The Parrot AR Drone 2.0 Elite Edition is basically a flying video game: you control it with an iPhone or iPad, and watch what it sees on the screen as it zooms around your living room shooting lasers (OK, LED lights). It has two cameras — one front-facing, one downward-facing — so you can see what’s beneath the drone too. It’s not cheap at $350, but if you want the future in your home, this is it.
3. Leap Motion Controller
The Leap Motion Controller allows you to control your computer using only hand motions in front of a tiny USB device connected to your Mac or PC. It’s like Minority Report for real: you