How we can communicate in the future can be predicted to some extent by looking at some technologies. An extraordinary interface changes the way we use technology. These are the exciting new ways in which we will interact with technology in the future.
Let’s look to the future & find out the info. new gadgets:
1). Paper Phone
Researchers at Arizona State University have developed a flexible smartphone called the Paper Phone. Based on e-ink technology, it is like a foldable plastic sheet as thick as cardboard. It can be operated by bending the corners, squeezing or by writing on them with a pen.
G-Speak, developed by John Underkoffler. It is a system that enables users to navigate and interact with data in an unprecedented, visually rich, natural and responsive way. It will interpret the user’s gestures to move through the data set without him needing to use a computer mouse or other physical object to do so.
3). Rolling Paper As Display
Sony has demonstrated a flexible color display that can be wrapped around a pencil. The screen, while of grainy quality today, is capable of displaying color and video without being affected by scrolling. It uses organic thin-film transistors for its circuits which can be fabricated on flexible substrates eliminating the need for rigid chips.
4). Quantum Teleportation
Teleporting yourself to the middle of nowhere may not be the most brilliant idea, but just imagine the potential this technology has! It would be great to travel via teleporter. No hours of communication and chaos on the busy signal. Just press the button and you are there.
5). Holographic Display
This is the future of communication. We won’t be talking on our cell phones or emailing each other, instead we’ll be using holographic interference patterns to talk.
To actually imagine ourselves in the flying saucers of the future is the way to go! We just need to drop the boring shape of our current glyph and put it to work. It’s a trip in style in the future.
If flying saucers are the way of traveling for the public then jetpacks are your personal vehicle for trips to your favorite places. While we’ve seen a few prototypes of this, a fully operational, commercial version isn’t out in stores yet.
8). Flexible Transparent Touch Screen
While the concept gaming device pictured above isn’t real, the technology it represents is. 3M has developed a new type of touch screen system that is flexible, ultra-thin, completely transparent, durable, and capable of resolving more touch points than your finger (and toe).