2025 tech: everyday gadgets and gizmos in your near future
Or do you know the washing machine for red socks from white socks?
In the future, a higher level of customization will match your taste, and a higher level of AI will think faster than you, and the processing will be very fast.
To find out what the technology will look like in 2025, we dig into product designers and futurists to see what they predict will eventually replace the iPhone-or at least compete with the new iPhone 11 model.
Entertainment sensors know that tastesThe Microsoft Kinect is an early look at how entertainment will be in the future, said Rick Chin, an innovative product design SolidWorks software company (www. solidworks. com).
In 2025, your TV will not only feel that you are walking into the room, but will also use multiple sensors, using facial recognition and body recognition for everyone in the room
The shape tracking sensor then immediately starts playing the program you recorded or the program you usually enjoy watching.
Your washing machine will be considered for smart devices like the Samsung RF4289 smart refrigerator, allowing you to take notes from family members and run the app on the LCD screen.
But Urlich Eberl, senior director of Siemens, said that the appliances will be smarter in 2025 (www. siemens. com).
He said that your washing machine will know what you installed, automatically set the time and detergent, and even tell you if you have a red sock mixed with a white one.
Of course, they will only run at the cheapest time of day.
Weather forecast vehicles such as the 2011 Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport show a head-up display (HUD)
It comes out from the front of the car to show the current speed, even the songs played in stereo.
However, MicroVision (www. microvision. com)
It has been announced that it will work with \"one major car manufacturer\" to create the next
The third generation HUD uses PicoHUD technology.
The idea is that a color screen will appear on the dashboard or windshield showing more details: weather forecast, navigation, and even movies. Machine-to-machine (M2M)
Mike Ueland, vice president of Telit and General Motors, said that the sensors in each tiny sensor will be embedded in everything around us (www. telit. com)
A company that produces M2M sensors.
This will include everything from photo frames to dog collars, pill caps to cars in the garage and even your own body.
The parking meter will send data directly to the city via wireless connection.
Ueland says it\'s already Early signs: a sensor on a car provides insurance companies with data on how you drive.
By 2025, however, he predicted that almost everything would have an embedded sensor.
Self-driving cars get you home Google recently completed testing of the Toyota Prius motorcade, which monitors AI programs as a driver and drives all over Northern California alone.
Volkswagen has announced a \"temporary self-driving\" technology that works as well as adaptive cruise control in sensing roads, other cars and lane markings.
You will be involved in the setup and will be able to catch up with your email
Mail when the car is driving.
However, Chin said that autonomous driving on some roads will become routine by 2025. Long-
The distance sensor will increase to the point where it works like a radartech planes.
Organic lights in CeilingEberl also predict organic LED lights (OLED)
It will become more common.
Today, LED lights are like switches (www.
Switch bulb. com)
It\'s as bright as an incandescent lamp, but it can last for ten years.
New OLED lights will mimic the sun in 2025-many home builders will install them on the ceiling as track lighting.
They will be as long as the LED lights, but will glow in more natural light.
Remote telemetry Home Diagnostics-
Def Video conferencing is one thing, but Intel is developing new technologies for telemedicine and you may not have to see a doctor by 2025.
Instead, the doctor will chat with you via video phone, ask questions, check the wound, and even prescribe medicine based on the symptoms he or she observed.
Interestingly, there will be several benefits to telemedicine: lower cost and better diagnostic accuracy (
Because doctors will follow a set of procedures developed specifically for teleconference)
, Or more frequent checksins.
Buy anything with your phone, a smartphone like Google Nexus is almost ready to use
Live communication to conduct the transaction, but only if the retailer is set to accept these payments.
By 2025, the phone will be the only way to pay for services and products, Ueland said.
Calling them \"super smartphones \", because not only will they pay for all the transactions-airline fees, food, and even your utility bills-but these more advanced devices will eventually replace all the other gadgets you may carry: digital cameras, even laptops, for example.