We’re always being blessed with wonderful tech developments every year. With that being said, here are four tech things I can’t wait to get my hands on:
We’ll kick things off with something that has spawned out of the gaming industry. Virtual reality has long been a dream of game developers; it’s something we’ve always seen coming. Now, we’re getting achingly close to the first VR headsets being on the shelves. There’s the Oculus Rift, which offers a taster in VR gaming. Then, you have the people at Sony working on a PlayStation version. The aim of virtual reality is to immerse yourself in a world that isn’t real. Instead of you being in your bedroom playing a game, you’re on the football field, or in a war zone. It’s said to be quite the experience, everyone that’s tried VR gaming has noted how different it feels.
For years, we’ve used our printers to print out paper documents. Naturally, there is nothing exciting about this at all. In fact, you probably associate printing with some of the most boring times of your life! But, this is all about to change. The printing game is being flipped on its head because now, we have 3D printing. With this, you can design something on your computer then ‘print’ it out. Your design will come to life and be created out of plastic. There’s a lot more to it than that, so if you want all the in-depth knowledge, check out this site www.review3dprinters.org. There’s so much fun that could be had with 3D printers; it’s a designers dream. You can create so many cool things and objects, it’s revolutionary. We’re yet to see them introduced to the public, but it’s only a matter of time.
When you were younger, did you ever have one of those remote control helicopters? No, me neither. But, I was always jealous of those that did. Seeing someone control something that’s flying, it took my breath away. Which is why I could barely contain my excitement when the first drones were released for public use. For those that don’t know, a drone is basically a flying camera. It’s a device you can control, and it will film things from above. They’ve been used by production companies for years, but it’s only recently they’ve been made with the public in mind. What excites me most about drones is that you can be flying something high up in the air, and capturing HD footage. You can even control some drones via a tablet, so you can see the footage as you fly. I’m intrigued to see how technology will advance drones even further in the next few years.
I think I just have enough time to squeeze a bonus tech thing in; holograms. I got excited my Microsoft unveiling their new ‘Hololens’ device this year. It’s a computer that projects images wherever you are. Kind of like a VR headset, but you remain in the room you’re in. The possibilities are endless, and I’m super excited.