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Transcript of Future Technology
The future is right around the corner, and we can hope that it will bring with it many new things and ideas. Like houses, vehicles, gadgets and medicine. I'm going to show you what kinds of things are being developed, and give you a sneak peak of what the future holds, especially vehicle wise...
Future houses are planned to include things like finger recognition doors, and mirrors that tell you what the weather will be like. It is predicted that most people are going to have houses like this. Members of the general public. How much electricity will all this new technology need?
On the whole, new technology is going to make people's lives faster, and much easier. Security will be much improved, and vehicles are going to be much quicker. New technology will be life changing for people all over the world, but what will the need for much more electricity do to our eco-system? Some websites I got pictures/information from are, theguardian.com, bbc.co.uk/technology, and psipunk.com.
All the designs for futuristic cars seem to be making them smaller, in order for them to be able to move faster. Carrying people does not seem to be a top priority, whereas being able to travel places quickly does. They are made to look sleek, new and desirable.
Motorbikes are developing quickly. Some surprising future designs have been released, and it is a wonder that they can stand on their own. They could potentially be more dangerous than today's motorbikes, and could cause more road accidents.