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TECHNOLOGY OF THE FUTURE!

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arif khan

on 29 March 2013

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TECHNOLOGY OF THE FUTURE! SMART HOMES TRANSPORT Some of these cars could be the cars
of the future. Each having different
reason why one is better than the other. This is one example of a
smart fridge, and it can come
very handy. it looks like a fridge
with a tablet PC glued to the front. You could listen to music, maybe watch a DVD, make a phone call on Skype, but essentially that would be it. The Smart Fridge here is for those who have shunted cooking to a hobby and rely more on designer microwave meals. The idea is to give you a fridge that is intelligent enough to come up with a healthy recipe, depending on what you stock in it. SMART FRIDGES! ENTERTAINMENT! This game console is
exactly like an xbox but smaller
and portable. This could be the future iphone. ULTRASONIC
SHOWERS! A sonic shower, also known as a sonic, was a piece of technology that was used for personal hygiene.
The sonic shower was faster and more efficient than water-based showers. It used ultrasonic vibrations to cause dirt and grime to simply vibrate/evaporate off a person's body, leaving it fresh and clean. A replicator works by rearranging subatomic particles, which are abundant everywhere in the universe, to form molecules and arrange those molecules to form the object. For example, to create a pork chop, the replicator would first form atoms of carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, etc., then arrange them into amino acids, proteins, and cells, and assemble the particles into the form of a pork chop. FOOD RELICATORS!!! FUTURE GAMING The era of thought controlled games has arrived, and soon you could be required only to 'think' to operate a video game. Maybe you'll even have the chance to be completely immersed in a video game 'world'. you can now get full HD skype calls from
PCs and now even TVs!!
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