Smart glass future. Two things: First, considering the touchscreen maps at my local shopping centres ae almost always down or only half work, and smeared with public finger goop, the maintenance factor would be huge in this kind of world.
They'd always need constant repairs, cleaning, and upgrading. And the other thing is, though the touchscreen concept works okay at a small handheld level, if every single button you push has no tactile response, that satisfaction of a physical reaction to pressing a button, it can get quite exhausting for the fingers. Typing, which would be slowed down on a vertical or flat horizontal surface anyway, would be very painful to tap away at, with your fingertips repeatedly hitting solid glass with no give.
YTMND - The Future of our World. The Future of Travel: Planes, Trains, and Automobiles - Luggage Online. While many still fantasize about conceptual flying cars and supersonic vehicles, there is also a strong focus on making the average traveler’s journey a more pleasing adventure from start to finish, no matter if their journey takes them to the office or half-way around the world.
Therefore, if you’re a die-hard technology enthusiast, or even someone who loves to learn about the latest awesome electronic gadgets or scientific inventions, you’ll enjoy this list of futuristic vehicles that have been designed to be both innovative in design and function; vehicles that make the future of travel promising. For the commute… TREV (Two-Seater Renewable Energy Vehicle) The University of Southern Australia (UniSA) is thinking beyond our current Peak Oil problem, and into a time when fossil fuels simply won't be enough to sustain our travel needs. The year 2000 as envisioned in the year 1910.