Can you imagine a robot saying “Welcome to the world of gadgets!” This would have sounded insane in the past, but it is the reality of today.
A gadget is a device or a tool designed for a specific purpose. It is built to give efficient results in a minimum amount of time.
The future of gadgets and technology is co-dependent with the development in technology.
The prediction of scientists and researchers that machines will replace humans is turning to be a reality. We are the ones who are witnessing this. Slowly and gradually we are moving to a gadget driven world. Who would know this better than Gen X?
Gen X are the ones experiencing it truly. This article will talk about the futuristic gadgets that will define your way of living. What we are presently witnessing is the revolution of technology.
From the gadgets that we’ll be discussing below, some of these are already available in the market.
Here are some of best futuristic gadgets:
Just like Apple created Siri, a personal virtual assistant that eases out your tasks, personal robots are going to become a bigger part of our lives in the future.
Personal robots can be easily connected with the internet. Because of the algorithms that are inbuilt, it is easy for it to understand your needs and requirements, thus providing you with the best possible assistance. Not only this, when you are away from your home, you have the best eyes watching out for your home’s safety. It sends regular updates to the device connected that could be a mobile, laptop etc.
Personal robots can be in your phone, they can be physical robots roaming about your home, or they could be an application that isn’t tangible but does the job. From home security to getting answers to questions on the go, personal robots are built for helping out individuals.
Solar Powered Socket
In the 21st century, when more than half of the resources are about to deplete, the need of the hour is access to resources that will stay for a long time without getting depleted. This is why solar energy is the best bet.
Now that solar panels are readily available in the market, people are using them to switch to a more environment friendly resource.
Another such gadget that uses this energy is the Solar powered socket. This solar powered socket sticks to any surface, and needs solar energy that it can tap and convert in. It usually takes 5-8 hours to fully charge this device. Solar energy should be looked at as the future of energy – whether it’s for our homes, gadgets or cars.
Space Saving Kitchen
This single stack smart kitchen is what will be seen in the near future in every household.
This smart kitchen covers all the essentials of a regular kitchen, from a cooking range to coffee machine and a microwave of course, it has it all. It also has a separate space for growing herbs in your smart kitchen.
Apart from providing all the basic necessities of a regular kitchen, it also saves space. As we see more and more residential areas being constructed, we can be sure that we’ll run out of space one day. Which is why we need to start thinking about how we can make our spaces more compact and optimal.
With people becoming more and more conscious of their diets and health, it is important to know the kind of food that you are consuming.
SCIO food sensor, the world’s first smart molecular sensor tells you about the type and quality of food you are about to eat. It tells you the nutrients (fats, proteins etc) packed in your food within in seconds.
The gadget needs to be linked with a device like mobile. Once you place the gadget in front of any food, it determines all the nutrients in the particular food and displays it on the linked device. This allows you to pick food that is packed with more nutrients.
As we wrap up this article, we hope that you are a bit aware of the futuristic gadgets that will change our lifestyle. We’d love to hear your personal thoughts about the advancements in technology and the gadgets of the future. Do you think it’s a little too much? Are we headed towards an unnatural style of living? Is the future becoming simpler or more complex? What are some of the questions you have regarding this?