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+19 1. ICdevil commented 11 years ago

sadly, thats not the future we will be getting anytime near, maybe in 40 years, if alien wont invade in 2012. :D
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+32 2. kashinthebin commented 11 years ago

yeah i dont think the world is going to be this perfect
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+3 3. rdjay commented 11 years ago

#1 your probably right for most of the stuf. but I think a couple think is going to appen in a near future. whit OLED tech u can do a lot of those things. And if you take the photo electric glass from the maybach sunroof and u got the window from the bedroom
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+27 4. Crash0 commented 11 years ago

Did the guy really walk to the tv and turn it on?!?

I'd rather have ugly-ass tv with a remote control than this glassy one without it.
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+9 5. etplayer commented 11 years ago

#1, #2 Just remember the AT&T 'Have you ever....you will' ads. Those were only 15 years ago and all of that stuff has come to pass. In fact, a lot of it is even *better* than what they pictured in the ads.
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+11 6. gazh commented 11 years ago

we need to boost nuclear power to run all this 8-)
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+7 7. Greatus commented 11 years ago

The future... we consume more... we pay more snd we want even more.
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+3 8. zerorain commented 11 years ago

the next step is holograms.
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+9 9. bigbabou commented 11 years ago

thinking of all the hacking possibilities...
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+2 10. Fergus_Thedog commented 11 years ago

3:32 - What, no clothes made out of glass?
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-5 11. gouranga4ever commented 11 years ago

2:43 Bus Wankers!!
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+1 12. loadrunner commented 11 years ago

This is already possible... but a bit expensive.
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-1 13. elbartosos commented 11 years ago

oh look more useless shit thats going to cost you to much money then 4x the amount to have it fixed when it brakes 5 days after its out of warranty
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+3 14. s1nn0cence commented 11 years ago

4:58 ..just imagine the pr0n possibilities!! :D :D

lol soz, but someone had to say it >:)
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+1 15. montypython commented 11 years ago

So . . . are we using technology, or is technology using us?
I want the Graffiti App for it tho. >:)
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-2 16. WhiteWolf commented 11 years ago

What? No sex at the end? What kind of world is that? ::(|)
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+6 17. ruhk commented 11 years ago

Where the f*%K is my jet pack. PRIORITIES PEOPLE!
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+15 18. edmund commented 11 years ago

Hmmm... imagine the whole house in blue screens of death :)
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+3 20. Dexter89 commented 11 years ago

A few of those tecnologies are already present in R&D departments of tech industries and universities; however they will remain "demos" at least for a some years because of the costs and the state of the reasearch (the most important thing that is needed is a strong and flexible glass/plastic). However, ten years ago a cellphone with colours was a "toy", and the term "smartphone" didn't exist yet...
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+2 21. elchupacabra commented 11 years ago

So in the future men will cook and take care of the kids while wives will go to work and earn their money ? :S I want to be unfrozen from my cryogenic fridge after that problem is solved... preferably sometime when the cooked food will be available at the push of a button ;)
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+2 22. havz0r commented 11 years ago

He didn't get to bang her - fail.
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-2 23. Siruss commented 11 years ago

This is someone's idea of a perfect future? What a load materialistic gadget garbage. :S
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+1 24. Lrones commented 11 years ago

And there will be fingerprints all over.

Btw: Polymers are the way to go, not glass! They are 3-4 times less dense, which means less weight... and one can apply a lot of other properties!
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-3 25. irishgek commented 11 years ago

Ehh wtf the first one "photovoltaic" is a solar panel ...what they had there exists and its very simple lcd technology thats been around for 20 years !

Almost all the ideas here are already in effect there called bloody touch screens !
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+1 26. VQAZ76 commented 11 years ago

Yeah and how much is it going to cost :D
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+1 27. LQoQK commented 11 years ago

why do we need so much TVs anyway
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+3 28. mastagops commented 11 years ago

FUCK i didn't want the video to end
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+1 29. Mourialaid commented 11 years ago

Ok, everything's look perfect, but in counterpart will we be forced to use iTunes? :S
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0 30. metro commented 11 years ago

much of the items are in use now like wall screens and Fridge and car screens - but really - a counter top or glass phone with embedded camera - the camera is the hard part - or actually the lens and processor, You know you can already buy glasses that change your prescription as you look down it switches to reading in a blink of an eye. Way cool
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+2 31. Plecter commented 11 years ago

One of the things that works as a speedbump against a vision like this is people being pessimistic, saying we will never, or not for a long time, come this far.

At the beginning of the century did ANYONE believe a human would step on the surface of the moon?
30 years ago, let alone 50, did anyone believe that we would carry mobile phones connected to a world wide web being able to talk to others almost anywhere on the planet aswell as guiding us to destinations via satellites accurate within just a few meters/yards having screens with hundreds of thousands of pixels being able to capture HD video and even higher resolution pictures plus having the storage capacity of thousands of pictures or hours of video plusplusplus?

Within a single lifetime technology has changed our lives to an unimaginable level.

Open your mind for the ideal...for the future is coming, so let's not make our imaginations compromise our potential.

Thank you.
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0 32. Vaithan commented 11 years ago

In todays world, although this tech would be really nice, I just can't see it ever taking off. They'd put up glass billboards only for hooligans to smash it down within days. Rince and repeat. It'd cost a fortune.
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0 33. richardleed commented 11 years ago

Keep dreaming. It's not going to happen any time soon. Not until the Vulcans make first contact.....
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0 34. BreakIsBetter commented 11 years ago

The makers of Windex just had a massive orgasm. Corning wants a world filled with smudgy, finger-oiled glass. Ugh.
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+1 35. thundersnow commented 9 years ago

A cold sterile world.