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Future Technologie

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on 23 October 2009

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Transcript of Future Technologie

Future Technology Virtual-Reality Cocoon Virtual reality cocoon! A walk-in virtual-reality pod being developed by NAU, an international design collective that aims to revolutionize the way we interact with computers.
When complete, the Immersive Cocoon will be a sleek and shiny human-sized dome. Step inside and you'll be enveloped by a 360° display screen and full surround sound.

"You've got display, sound and interaction all combined to create this fully immersed digital experience, 3D television A true three dimensional TV that does not
depend on wearing strange glasses could
be demonstrated within five years.
Scientists have at last started to catch up with the 3D
holographic displays that have become
commonplace in science fiction films. human like robots Each bipedal robot has a strikingly human-like gait and appearance. Arms swing for balance. Ankles push off. Eyeballs are added for effect.

Electronic clothing the available clothing is mainly sportswear, and is mainly targeted at users who want to control their cellphones or iPods without taking them out of a pocket. That's what Rome's Snowboard jackets are designed for: They've got a joystick built into the wrist flaps for controlling an iPod for music on the slopes without opening the jacket and letting the cold air in.
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