In the future, there will be incredible technologies that will help to improve the life of mankind. Many of them will be so useful and original that they will become our reality in the future. So let’s take a look at them.
Eternal data storage on 5D disks
Some British scientists from Southampton have created an experimental 5D disc for recording and storing information. These disk stock data in five dimensions and can store information for billions of years. It’s just a small drive but can hold 360 terabytes of data. Neither does it demagnetize, nor melt, and does not even collapse when heated to 1000 degrees. It is predicted that in the near future 5D disk will become a common way to store data.
Yuri Dmitriev, a designer from Russia thought of a unique concept for a refrigerator. His invention was called “Bio Robot Refrigerator”. The device has little similarity to a well-known refrigerator. It completely lacks shelves, compartments, and doors. The device is filled with a non-sticky biopolymer gel that gently holds food. The bio-refrigerator is very economical because all the electricity consumed is used only to power the control panel. The biopolymer gel cools the food using light energy. The gel is odorless and completely safe. The main advantage of this refrigerator is its compactness. As it can be hung on the wall or mounted on the ceiling.
From the Boston Children’s Hospital, American scientists have invented microparticles that can supply oxygen to the patient’s blood.
These Injections will save the life of a person who is unable to breathe. Using this method, scientists managed to saturate human blood with 70 percent oxygen. The air bubble is enclosed in a lipid capsule. The size of these oxygen capsules ranges from 2-4 micrometers. Microparticles with capsules are suspended in a liquid. After getting into the patient’s blood, the capsules transfer oxygen to red blood cells.
Transport tunnels underwater
In the future, we will see underwater highways in Norway, located inside large-diameter floating pipes. And this unique idea belongs to Norwegian scientists. The underwater tunnels will be 30 meters deep. And the pipes will be attached to huge floating floats. Floating bridges are expected to solve the problem of transportation. So far the Investors have endowed $25 billion in the project. The planned launch date is 2035.
In South Korea, the first virtual shopping store has been opened now. Passengers of the railway station could place an order with delivery to the specified address by taking a photo of the barcode. The idea belongs to the Homeplus chain of stores. The company installed screen display cases depicting shelves with life-size goods. Each product is accompanied by a barcode. The buyer only needs to scan the barcode of the desired product through a mobile application to make a purchase with delivery.
There is now an effort to solve the problem of global warming. Architect Vincent Calleba presented a project for floating cities. The city on the water will become the new home of 50,000 environmental refugees forced to leave their homes due to rising sea levels. Ecopolis is equipped with renewable energy sources. The floating design has the shape of a blossoming bud with three raised petals. The design collects fresh water from the atmosphere. Energy systems are powered by the sun, wind, waves, and tides.
Longevity of 1000 years
A gerontologist is developing a therapy for removing aging cells from the body. This will free up living space for young cells. The therapy will slow down the aging of 60-year-old people by 30 years. At 90 years of age, therapy can be repeated to rid the body of incapacitated cells again. Hence, the life of an elderly person can be extended almost indefinitely. Dr. Gray plans to implement an experimental therapy in the next 6-8 years, making youth a reality.
3D printing of human organs
The time is not far off when 3D printers will print organs for transplantation right in hospitals. Because printing technology is improving by leaps and bounds. The developers filled the cartridges with a mixture of smart gel and living cells. During printing, the printer recreates the structure of biological tissue. After cooling the model, the gel is nicely washed out. As a result, only cells remain, connected in the form of an organ or body part. Scientists have to solve a number of issues in order to teach the printed body to perform the functions of a natural prototype. As soon as the developers learn how to “turn on” artificial organs, people will forget about donating.
Video recording of dreams
Do you know that In the future, people will record dreams, mental images, and artistic ideas? Scientists have now studied how a brain sees the world around it. They scanned the brains of their colleagues who watched the videos with a tomograph. The data obtained was converted into a mathematical model, on the basis of which they compiled a “dictionary” of the brain. The dictionary helped to understand brain activity. Though the result was not as clear as the real video. But at least they were able to record dreams.