With Microsoft Holographic shell you will be able to run all the software applications that have been built to run in the Microsoft HoloLens environment.
The MIT Media Lab has developed an electric circuit that can be pasted on the surface of your skin as a temporary tattoo to remotely control devices.
You may no longer need those pesky glasses in order to watch 3D movies. MIT has developed a technology that will let you watch 3D movies without glasses.
You can create 3-dimensional objects by these new 3-D printing pens that spurt out solid ink. Draw objects that you can actually pick off the people!
You will soon be ordering fast food from Pizza Hut using a Facebook Messenger chatbot so you won’t need to call or log onto their website.
Wouldn’t it be great if we could have power wheelchairs that could climb stairs? The technology is there, it’s just that it hasn’t yet become mainstream.
Microsoft has collaborated with an Austrian University to create FlexCase, a flexible screen smartphone cover case that acts as a 2nd screen for your phone
A team of scientists in Columbia University has developed a flexible sheet camera that can be easily wrapped around objects like poles and cars to give 360° view
Samsung is building contact lenses with built-in camera – these contact lenses with built-in camera will allow you to capture photographs with a blink.
According to a recent Amazon patented technology you will be able to authorize your credit card payments by taking your selfie instead of entering password