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Virtual Reality

GAMING

VR will elevate gaming to a whole new


level. Capable of bring the famous
character to life integrating into our real
world.

Imagine gamers suited up into robotic


costume capable of increasing player
agility by 2X, integrating with VR to create
a realistic game experience.

RETAIL BUSINESS

VR has already invaded retail business with


immersive VR technology which will
transition into augmented reality in the
very near future.

VR can open up exciting new possibilities


for cross-sells and upsells, as consumers
wander through a virtual store rather than
being trapped on a static 2D product page.

TOURISM

The level of immersion achieved by VR


means customers will choose to visit VR
spaces in comfortable and static
surroundings, giving potential customers a
chance to experience trips before they buy.
This try-before-you-buy business model
will be standard in the travel industry.

One of the most valuable services in VR will


be for travelers to recreate their trips when
they return: the re-experience market will
be one of the largest new travel markets.
CONSTRUCTION

VR will help clients visualize what they will


get when a project is done, like showing
views from apartment buildings or potential
office layouts.

VR will improve planning error, safety risk,


material optimization and reduce
construction time.

Transportation

HYPERLOOP TRAIN DRIVERLESS TRANSPORTATION

A robotic driver can think faster and


One of the most exciting innovations in
smarter than a human driver -- and look in
transportation has to be the Hyperloop
all directions at once. With vision
train. Rising on nearly airless tubes at 800
enhancement devices to help you
mph, the train will transport you from
navigate through bad weather and warn
Penang to Singapore in just 30 minutes.
you of a possible collision with a
pedestrian or animal.
On paper, hyperloop is both cheaper and
quieter, and it is potentially much faster,
Cars of the future will be radically different
than a maglev train
than the automobiles of today, and so will
the driving experience.
IN SPACE PROPULSION
CONNECTED CARS
As deep space beckons human
Navigation system enables the fastest exploration, the limitations of chemical
route and feed into a wide network that propulsion are pushing other technologies
control all vehicle speed/route to control to the fore. One of these is solar electric
traffic propulsion (SEP), long seen as key to
taking humans to Mars.
Vehicle management system provide
details about car performance with the
ability to notify and schedule maintenance
before it breakdown
Find the best parking slot

Medical
BODY SENSORS

Future sensors can measure health


parameters, granting insights into exercise
habits, sleep quality, stress levels or brain
activity during mediation.

This will help understand our body and


health in fine grained details like never
before.
GROWING ORGANS IN LABS

There are new technologies that might be


able to restore the function of human
organs or replace them entirely. Nanofilters
that act as an artificial kidney and might
soon replace dialysis are a good example.

Ultimately, growing organs from a patients


stem cells will be the solution for
transplantation waiting lists.

INVASION OF BODY BOTS

These self-guided and self-propelled


devices will be injected into body by
syringe. They will be on patrol, looking for
problem and do routine body maintenance
and even perform life-saving tasks.

You may not realized that your life has


been saved until you query your bots for a
status update.

EDITING GENOME

With an advance gene editing technique,


we could cut non-desired elements out of
our DNA, add new features to the DNA of
animals, plants and even humans, and cure
previously incurable diseases such as
Huntingtons disease.
Food
3D FOOD PRINTER

The snack that GROWS itself ! 3D-printed


food embedded with yeast, mushrooms,
edible soil and sprouts makes its own
filling .. but would you eat it ?

SYNTHETIC MEAT MAKING

If we can grow human tissue in the lab, it


will not be long before we are starts to grow
meat in the lab.

NUTRIENT SOLUBLE DRINK


An extreme solution for people who consider
eating an unnecessary burden, is Soylent.
A meal replacement powder mixed with
water that contains all the nutrition
necessary for an average adult.
EDIBLE FOOD PACKAGING

Rather than swallowing futuristic pills in the


future as part of your meal, why not create
an edible flavor skin that encases food much
like the skin of grape and turn foods like
yogurt or ice cream into finger food.

Energy
SPACE TECHNOLOGIES SEA POWER

Space-based energy technologies are like Let not just harvest the strong wind power
harvesting hydrogen from the moon to at the coastline but also tap on the tidal
power fuel cells on Earth, or orbiting solar power which could generate wave energy
arrays that absorb around-the-clock direct potential of 252 billion KWh per year from
sunlight and beam the energy back down US Coastline.
to stations on the ground via radio or
microwaves.
HUMAN POWER NUCLEAR FUSION

There is over seven billion people walking Abundant energy: Fusing atoms together
around the Earth each day, so why not in a controlled way releases nearly four
generate power from the movement of million times more energy than a chemical
people? reaction such as the burning of coal, oil or
gas and four times as much as nuclear
fission reactions (at equal mass).
Weapons
ELECTROMAGNETIC RAIL GUNS

EM rail gun launchers use a magnetic field


rather than chemical propellants (e.g.,
gunpowder or fuel) to thrust a projectile at
long range and at velocities of 4,500 mph
to 5,600 mph.

SPACE WEAPONS

Detonating a satellite-launched
Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) weapon at high
altitude, capable of blanketing an entire
country or target an area of operation.

ZOMBIE GUNS

Some believe that the final frontier of


warfare is human mind. By designing a
weapon that could induce excruciating
pain in human targets as well as turn them
into easily-influenced Zombies by
dampening their higher cognitive
functions.

CYBORG INSECTS

Animals have fought alongside us on the


battlefield since the dawn of warfare from
mounted cavalry to bomb sniffing dogs.
Even CIA once tried to find way to
weaponize pigeons.

With circuits implanted into their bodies, it is


remote controlled by sending signals via
radio waves. By attaching surveillance
equipment, it can be used for virtually
undetectable battlefield exploration.

Weapons