1.Scientists are making videos out of human memories:
UC Berkeley scientists have developed a system to capture visual activity in human brains and reconstruct it as digital video clips. Eventually, this process will allow you to record and reconstruct your own dreams on a computer screen.
I just can’t believe this is happening for real, but according to Professor Jack Gallant—UC Berkeley neuroscientist and coauthor of the research published today in the journal Current Biology—”this is a major leap toward reconstructing internal imagery. We are opening a window into the movies in our minds.”
2.Chemicals like this exist to reject liquid
chemical products that shows the future is today
The product was designed by Ross Technology, which was faced with the challenge of fixing rusting pipes under the sea, and set to work to find a substance that would coat the metal to prevent rusting.
In the course of their experimentation, they found the resulting substance – a silicone-based spray – could have infinite uses in the worlds of fashion, technology and engineering.
Not only is NeverWet, the first such consumer product to enter the market, impervious to any liquid substance, including oils, mud and condiments, but it actively deflects moisture leaving no trace whatsoever on its surface.
3.bionic arms that makes human robot hybrids
5.Robots are getting more realistic (and creepy) each year
6.There are doors straight out of any science fiction movie
7.Significant Increase in processing and storage limits:
8.Bathrooms with smart glass that obscures the bathroom when you lock it exist
9.Creative and harry potter looking ads in subways
10.And, just a reminder, all this fits in your pocket now