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Future gazing In 2015 with Microsoft

Back in 2011, Microsoft presented a couple of videos around their vision of the future. At the time I posted about them HERE and HERE

So here we are 4 years later and Microsoft has again launched a video setting out their vision of the future. I must admit it doesn’t look as futuristic or exciting as the previous videos but none the less, it’s interesting to see how we may all be playing, working and learning in a few years time.

Much more on Microsofts website HERE

A Day Made Of Glass 2

I posted a similar video entitled A Day Made Of Glass made by Corning last year where the glass manufacturer showed off some of the future technologies that could be made possible.

They have now posted a nice follow up video again showing off what could be done.

A Day Made Of Glass 2

 

Corning have also made a companion video that takes you behind the scenes of the main video explaining what is reality, what is fiction and how some of what you see is made possible.

A Day Made Of Glass 2 : Unpacked

 

Some of the things here are certainly closer than we think whilst others are clearly science fiction but even so, the future certainly looks exciting.

What if the future goes wrong? [Reblog]

A rather funny view into the future none of us want to live in.

Enjoy

In the future, our lives will be greatly enhanced by the ever-faster networks. Ultra-smart computers, sophisticated robotics and unlimited capacity communications will make every aspect of our everyday lives pleasant. Machines will do all the work while we enjoy the results on a beach. We will be always in touch, always in control. But sometimes, technology has a habit of turning out different than planned. Let’s remember that the telephone was o … Read More

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