Have you ever daydreamed about the nifty technologies the future holds for us? Like how home security would will look like in 20-50-100 years? Well, we often do. As a more light-toned article, we present you our vision about the awesome high tech homes of the far-far…2030. Okay, it’s not that far, and they definitely won’t invent flying cars in this brief period of time, but the technologies mentioned below already have a solid ground even today, so it’s possible that they become integral parts of any self-respecting family home.
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Remotely unlockable door knobs, schedulable lighting and intelligent thermostats are already available home automation features. But smart refrigerators, washing machines, ovens and toilets only exist as overpriced prototypes, and not many homeowners want to invest into them. But as time progresses, they will be definitely as popular as smartphones.
Just think about the possibilities: with a Wi-Fi-enabled touch screen built into your fridge’s door you can check the stored goodies without peeking into it. And with a few taps, you can order the missing ingredients for the Sunday dinner to be delivered from the nearest supermarket. The stove would display any recipe from the internet, so no more perplexity about the correct temperature and timing. And you can see the inside of the oven thanks to the inner camera, thus your cookies will never be burned again! As for the bathroom, you can expect some added TV screens, which will replace the magazines. And toilet will recommend you to eat healthier foods, after you finished…
Drones or gyrocopters are small hovering contraptions with an attachable camera, initially used by the military for reconnaissance. As we know, all cool household stuff came from the military, including the microwave, the toaster and the internet. So why shouldn’t we enlist the gyrocopters for our very own surveillance network? Photographers are already using them during concerts to make panning shots from midair, or creating panorama pictures of a town. They are just one step further from flying a toy helicopter, and as their population rises, people will eventually come up with a smartphone app, where you can set waypoints and patrol networks for the little drones. They will fly relentlessly around the house, using the gyroscope camera to keep an eye on every corner.
Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality
Augmented reality is a fairly new concept, and it refers to multiple ideas. Augmented reality pictures actually come alive on your mobile’s screen, reenacting the moving images from Harry Potter. Imagine your living room, full of augmented reality paintings! When your visitors aim their phones on them, they’ll show them an amusing little story. As for virtual reality, you can finally experience being part of a game or movie. It feels like you’re truly part of a war field, or an adrenalin-filled car chase. Or make a virtual vacation by popping in documentary. Now you don’t need to leave the comfort of your house to see the wonders of the world.
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