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Expectation of the recent future technology (TEC), and its impact up on human being. And, will these TEC make some shifting in human life.
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Living Tomorrow: house of the future

Living Tomorrow was founded in 1991 by architects Frank Belien and Peter Bongers. Their mission was to create a platform on which several companies could sho...
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10 Future Technologies That Already Exist

From human organ printing to hologram TV, here are 10 technologies that come straight from the future. Check out even more wacky and bizarre video's from the...
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Brendan Chan's curator insight, March 26, 2015 5:27 AM

As you can see from the video there are various technologies being made for medical, entertainment, scientific and automobiles over the next 5 - 10 years. The advances in medical technologies will help cure, save and aid people with diseases and disabilites. 

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This Electronic Temporary Tattoo Will Soon Be Tracking Your Health

This Electronic Temporary Tattoo Will Soon Be Tracking Your Health | Important Technology in the next 5 years to 10 | Scoop.it

FitBit too bulky? Why not glue a sensor array to your skin?

 

The quantified self goes nanoscale with a stick-on silicon electrode network that could not only change the way we measure health metrics, but could enable a new form of user interface. And the researchers behind it aim to have the device available in the next few weeks through a spinoff company, MC10.

 

The development takes wearable technology to the extreme, designed as a non-invasive diagnostic sensor that could be used to measure hydration, activity, and even infant temperature. It bonds to the skin, somewhat like a temporary tattoo, flexing and bending in sync with your skin the way you wish a Band-Aid would. How? Researchers at the University of Illinois, Dalian University of Technology in China, and the University of California at San Diego made it really, really small.

 

With a thickness of 0.8 micrometers at the widest — around one-thousandth the diameter of a human hair — the thin mesh of silicon actually nestles in to the grooves and creases in your skin, even the ones too small to see. Being small helps, but it’s also important that the silicon is laid out in a serpentine pattern and bonded to a soft rubber substrate, allowing the stiff material to flex, a little bit like an accordion.

 

 


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Hayley Regalado's curator insight, March 21, 2013 10:54 PM

Human and technological integration.

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Everything will be connected to the Internet | CNN Money

Everything will be connected to the Internet | CNN Money | Important Technology in the next 5 years to 10 | Scoop.it

In January, I attended the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.

 

Much of the talk among economists and business leaders focused on austerity, inequality, and other anxiety inducers. There was, however, a set of more optimistic conversations going on that can be summed up in three vowels: IoE, or the Internet of Everything.

 

Networking giant Cisco Systems estimates that in 2000 there were about 200 million "things," mostly computers, connected via the Internet. Now the number is about 10 billion, from smartphones to climate-control systems to sensors on truck pallets.

 

As cloud storage, mobile computing, and data analysis expand, Cisco CEO John Chambers argued at Davos, we'll experience an even bigger transition in how many "things" are connected to the Internet -- nearly everything -- and in how they work.

 

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Microsoft's Cloud Computing Strategy and Roadmap Evident at Convergence 2013 - Forbes

Microsoft's Cloud Computing Strategy and Roadmap Evident at Convergence 2013 - Forbes | Important Technology in the next 5 years to 10 | Scoop.it
Kirill Tatarinov’s keynote this morning at Microsoft’s Convergence 2013 marks a subtle, yet very significant shift in how this technology leader is marketing itself to partners and the outside world.  They are humanizing their marketing, messaging...

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Peter Azzopardi's curator insight, March 20, 2013 6:03 PM

Although it is a bit early to call, hard to imagine MS not being there amongst the front runners once the market has formed.

Lionel Doherty's curator insight, March 21, 2013 7:58 PM

Major corporations like Microsoft are becoming more and more involved with the development of cloud-based storage and computing, making it one of the most important developing technologies.

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Fully-customized, modular solar house is 3D printed prefab

Solar House 2.0, erected this year on Barcelona's waterfront, uses time-tested passive solar techniques, but it takes a high-tech leap forward using digital ...

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Sepp Hasslberger's comment, February 25, 2013 12:03 PM
The house is a prototype. Program can be downloaded, but I do not think anyone is actually offering it as a commercial proposition.
Genevieve Free's curator insight, March 19, 2013 11:32 PM

more 3-D printing are you amazing yet?

 

Brendan Chan's curator insight, March 26, 2015 5:23 AM

The video explains how impactful 3d technology can be applied into a larger scale. By  working on a accurate smaller model, the foundation, plans, are share through the internet. As a result, construction, processing  and importing time are kept to a minimum as the blue prints ae sent to a plant.

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The future of high-tech advertising - ExtremeTech

The future of high-tech advertising - ExtremeTech | Important Technology in the next 5 years to 10 | Scoop.it
ExtremeTechThe future of high-tech advertisingExtremeTechThe advertising of the future, then, will hinge entirely on new communication channels.

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Brendan Chan's curator insight, March 26, 2015 8:24 AM

Marketing has taken on new heights dictates extreme tech as  various communication channels have involved to be more immersive.  Advertising has become more personal due to the advent of face recognizing applications, internet companies storing private data and sharing them with business firms.  This creates hyper target marketing, as the technology grows more ubiquitous with commercials tailored to a user’s race, education, age and interests . 

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How virtual worlds expand creativity for the future of fashion? | 3D ...

How virtual worlds expand creativity for the future of fashion? | 3D ... | Important Technology in the next 5 years to 10 | Scoop.it
Like a business program or start-up, it is meant to accelerate the successful development of 3D technology and virtual worlds for the Fashion designers. The goal is to provide the stylists with 3D design, virtual simulation and ...

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Microsoft 2020 technology future vision.wmv

 http://t.co/eFzXWWQZ Microsoft 2020 technology future vision.wmv...


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Brendan Chan's curator insight, March 26, 2015 5:29 AM

Through this video we see various new handheld devices being created over the next 5 years. As you can see business will benefit from touch less display computers, the public will benefit from new hand held electronic devices from credit cards to news papers and so on. This will reduce daily waste from paper to old technology from being disposed of. 

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The Future Of Mobile Computing by Callil Capuozzo

The Future Of Mobile Computing by Callil Capuozzo | Important Technology in the next 5 years to 10 | Scoop.it

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Patrick Purcell's curator insight, March 21, 2013 11:38 PM

This article looks at what ideas companies have for the future of mobile computing. 

Alex Shirlaw's curator insight, March 22, 2013 1:14 AM

This article talks about mobile phone technology that can "learn from use", and "change over time". Capuozzo is clearly trying to communicate that mobile technology is going to continuously become smarter and more intelligent until it is comparable with that of the human brain. The technological evolution is inevitable, not only in mobile computing but in any kind of technology - the only constraint, is time.

Brendan Chan's curator insight, March 26, 2015 6:08 AM

The future of mobile technology will advance tremendously in the next 10 years. Rather than disposing of handheld devices every couple years, companies have new ideas for future mobile technologies to make devices with interchangeable hardware and adapts to the user. Also companies plan to use new designs like flexible oled screens nano tubes and a a flexible battery.

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2013 RX? Inject Your Mobile Strategy With A Good Dose Of Cloud

2013 RX? Inject Your Mobile Strategy With A Good Dose Of Cloud | Important Technology in the next 5 years to 10 | Scoop.it

Bill Laberis, Editorial Editor for Enterprise CIO Forum, recently posted a video called “Cloud-enable your mobile strategy.” I believe these two technology trends, mobile and cloud, will fundamentally change computing over the next ten years.


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Who needs oil? World's largest solar power plant with 258,000 mirrors opens in Abu Dhabi ~ Why Don't You Try This?

Who needs oil? World's largest solar power plant with 258,000 mirrors opens in Abu Dhabi ~ Why Don't You Try This? | Important Technology in the next 5 years to 10 | Scoop.it

You might think that as one of the world's top oil producing nations, the United Arab Emirates would have little use for solar energy. But that hasn't stopped the Middle East state from unveiling the largest concentrated solar power plant in operation anywhere in the world. 

The 100-megawatt solar-thermal project in Abu Dhabi will power thousands of homes in the country and, it is hoped, displace approximately 175,000 tons of CO2 per year.


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Amber Qureshi's comment, April 1, 2013 2:35 PM
Very impressive!
Paul Aneja - eTrends's curator insight, April 10, 2013 12:00 AM

Can this not be done in other places also?

Rosamaria's curator insight, April 11, 2013 11:01 PM

Porque también tien Sol

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The Revolution Will Be Printed

The Revolution Will Be Printed | Important Technology in the next 5 years to 10 | Scoop.it
Digital fabrication will change the course of the future

 

"Digital fabrication will allow individuals to design and produce tangible objects on demand, wherever and whenever they need them."

 

Three-dimensional printers are already old hat to the professor. "The revolution," he writes, "is ... the ability to turn data into things and things into data. ... Scientists in a number of labs (including mine) are now working on the real thing, developing processes that can place individual atoms and molecules into any structure they want.

 

Unlike 3-D printers today, these will be able to build complete functional systems at once, with no need for parts to be assembled. The aim is to not only to produce parts for a drone, for example, but build a complete vehicle that can fly straight out of the printer. ... 


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Genevieve Free's curator insight, March 19, 2013 11:24 PM

3-D printers the future of fabrication and assembly

Rachel May's curator insight, March 22, 2013 5:55 AM

3. 3D Printing

 

Even in relative the infancy of 3D printing, there are those seeking to extend this technology to deliver greater benefits. This article discusses the extensions of 3D printing in to areas not first imagined such as the printing of food. It then extends from 3D printing to assembling also. Virtually producing fully functioning cars from atoms and making them ready to drive 'hot' off the printer. This provides endless opportunities for all to be shopping and purchasing without doing either - just printing and using. No shipping costs - no middle man. 

 

To be quite informal about it, MIND = BLOWN!

 

 

Brendan Chan's curator insight, March 26, 2015 5:36 AM

The implication of 3d printing are enormous. Scientists expect 3d printing to cut forms of delving  and decrease poullution as long as the printer has the right materials to create the desired item. Items can be recycled from another  for a considerable time. Items will be fully assembled and fully functional from the start. The concept of 3d printers challenges capitalism, employment or companies, as products can be everywhere as long as there is a printer. 

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Making Sense of the News with Semantic Technology ...

Making Sense of the News with Semantic Technology ... | Important Technology in the next 5 years to 10 | Scoop.it
Chris Lamb has written an article discussing how semantic web technology is helping with the problem of too much news, not enough meaning.

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Virtual Worlds as Green Workplaces? - Association of Virtual Worlds

Virtual Worlds as Green Workplaces? - Association of Virtual Worlds | Important Technology in the next 5 years to 10 | Scoop.it
At a recent panel discussion in Second Life, hosted by the US Department of State, experts from industry and the non-profit world pondered some fairly topica...

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This is awsom, infact I can see how the Virtual Worlds (VW) can be actually playing an important role in our recent future. Eg some times being at specific and time may cause a lack of productivity. VW actually can issue solves.
Similar idea was interduced by Bruce Wills in the movie of Surrogates.

  

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