Much of what we take for granted today would astonish the people of the early 20th century. How they would react to motorized prosthetics, the Internet, or a combination phone/camera/computer that fits in your pocket. In that spirit, here’s an infographic of today’s technology as it might have been imagined by the futurists of yesteryear.
These custom, 3D printed insoles are easy on your feet—and your wallet.
Work your clothes while they work for you.
Soon you'll be able to listen with your skin.
It's like the Energizer bunny on steroids.
Thinking your way to a click of the mouse.
Finally, someone made Marty's futuristic shoes, just one year later than expected.
Flaunt your style and charge your wearables at the same time.
The method even reduces power consumption.
High-speed cameras, smart rings, brain-zapping headphones, and virtual reality. With all eyes focused on the athletes at the 2016 Olympics in Rio, let’s take a look at some of the new technology that’s made these games the most technologically advanced yet.
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