Believe It Or Not, These Futuristic Inventions Currently Exist. The Future Is NOW.

The future is now. You may not realize it, but we have access to much of the technology that seemed like nothing but science fiction just a few years ago. Perhaps our collective disappointment in not having hoverboards that we can ride around a la Marty McFly in Back to the Future Part II and III has overshadowed our incredible accomplishments. Seriously though, the technology we have to work with is amazing.

…Okay, fine, the technology that some people have to work with is amazing. That said, don’t underestimate how cool simply being able to observe from afar. Check this technology out!

1.) Aerodynamic Big Rig Trucks

2.) Powered Exoskeletons

3.) Self-Driving Cars

4.) Remote-Controlled Drones

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5.) Flying Cars

6.) Ground Panoramic Night Vision Goggles

7.) Grass Charging Stations

8.) Bionic Eyes

9.) Smart Watches

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10.) Heavy-Duty Laser Trucks

11.) Robotic Mining Trucks

12.) Battery-Powered Unicycles

13.) Bendable Phones

14.) Blade-less Fans

15.) 3D Printers

(via techeblog)

Wow. These things are amazing. If you’re feeling left out from the future, just remember what you’re reading this on. It might not be a smart watch, but it should keep you entertained until we all have access to flying cars. First one to the moon has to take the other one’s powered exoskeleton to the dry cleaners.

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