How we may communicate in the future can be predicted so some extent by looking at some of the technologies. Amazing interfaces change the way we use technology. Here’s look at the exciting new ways in which we will be interfacing with technology in the future.
Let’s look into the future & discover info. of new gadgets :
1). Paper Phone
Researchers at Arizona State University have developed a flexible smartphone called Paper Phone. Based on e-ink technology, it’s like a foldable plastic sheet about the thickness of a cardboard. It can be operated by bending the corners, squeezing or by writing on it with a pen.
G-Speak, was developed by John Underkoffler. It’s a system which allows users to navigate and interact with data in an unprecendented, visulaly rich, natural and responsive manners.It would interpret a user’s motion to move through datasets without him or her needing to use a computer mouse or any other physical object to do so.
3). Rolling Paper Like Display
Sony has demonstrated a flexible colour display which can be wrapped around a pencil. The screen, although crude in quality currently, are able to display colour and video without being affected by the rolling. It uses organic thin film transistors for it’s circuits which can be fabricated on a flexible substrate thus eliminating the need for rigid chips.
4). Quantum Teleporter
Teleporting yourself to the middle of no where might not be the brightest idea, but just imagine the potential this technology holds! It’ll be just awesome to travel via a teleporter. No communicating hours and chaos at busy signals. Just press a button and you’re there.
5). Holographic Displays
This is the future of communication. We won’t be speaking on our phones or emailing each other instead we’ll be using holographic interference patterns to talk.
6). Flying Saucer
To truly envision ourselves in the future flying saucers are the way to go! We just have to let go the current boring shapes of our flying machines and get these in. That’s travelling in style in the future.
If flying saucers are the way to travel publically then jetpacks are your personal vehicle for a trip to your favourite joint. Although we’ve seen quite a few prototypes of these, a fully operational and commercial version is yet to hit the stores.
8). Flexible Transparent Touchscreen
While the concept gaming device in the above picture isn’t real, the technology that it represents is. 3M has developed a new type of touchscreen system that’s flexible, very thin, totally transparent, durable, and capable of resolving more touch points than you have fingers (and toes).