Useful Technologies For The Near Future

Nothing in this world stands still; everything is changing, adapting and progressing. One example is the way that photographs are printed. Until recently, photographs are printed on paper, framed and hanged on the wall. Nowadays, instead of paper, the printing medium is canvas. Many homeowners use canvas prints in UK as an interesting wall display.

What used to be impossible a few decades ago is now available in the marketplace. Wearable computers used to be a product of the imagination but now they are pretty much on the mainstream. It is not surprising if people will see futuristic technologies in the near future. Although some gadgets are still on the development stage, in due time, it will be actual products that can be seen, touched and used.

3D printing is now the trend. Soon enough, 3D printers will be used on food. Biozoon, a German company is harnessing the technology of 3D printers to create seneoPro, a range of 3D printable powder mixtures that will solidify when printed but will immediately melt when eaten. The target audience for the new 3D printable food includes the elderly who suffer from the inability to swallow.

It is likely that you are familiar with wireless chargers that work through a pad instead of wires and cables. Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology is working on wireless charger that allows charging to be done a distance away. The prototype, Dipole Coil Resonant System (DCRS) can wirelessly charge devices that are 15 feet away. The system is so powerful that is can simultaneously charge 40 mobile phones and large devices like television.

Another future technology that gadget manufacturers will warmly welcome is the next-generation battery that harnesses nanotechnology and energy storage technologies. The science involved in the battery is quite complex but the result in simple and useful. The battery can be fully charged in only 30 seconds. Aside from being power efficient, the next-generation battery is also environmentally friendly. Apparently, it is also cheap to manufacture meaning Smartphone manufacturers will soon take advantage of the technology. However, there is no word yet on when people will experience these technologies in the real world.

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