Technologies of the future that will change the world in the next 30 yearsThe world is improving every day,
inventing and discovering something new, and without these achievements we would not have progressed so far.
Scientists, researchers, developers and designers from around the world are trying to translate something that will
simplify our life and make it more interesting.Here, a few technologies of the future, which according to Reired raise our life
to a completely different level.
The Russian designer suggested the concept of a refrigerator called "Bio Robot Refrigerator", which cools the food with a biopolymer gel.
There are no shelves, compartments and doors - you just put food in the gel.The idea was proposed by Yuri Dmitriev for the Electrolux Design Lab
.The refrigerator uses only 8 percent of the house energy for the control panel and does not need energy for actual cooling.
The biopolymer gel of the refrigerator uses light generated at a cold temperature to store the products.The gel itself is odorless and not sticky,
and the refrigerator can be installed on the wall or on the ceiling.
2. Ultra fast 5G Internet from drones with solar panels
Google is working on drones on solar panels, distributing super-fast Internet in a project called Project Skybender.Theoretically,
drones will provide Internet services 40 times faster than in 4G networks, allowing to transfer gigabytes of data per second.
The project envisages the use of millimeter waves to provide the service, since the existing spectrum for mobile communication is too full.
However, these waves have a shorter range than the mobile signal 4G.Google is working on this problem, and if all the technical problems
can be solved, the Internet will soon have an unprecedented speed.
3. 5D drives for perpetual storage of terabytes of data
The researchers created a 5D disk that records data in 5 dimensions, which lasts for billions of years.It can store 360 terabytes of data
and withstand temperatures of up to 1000 degrees.The files on the disk are made of three layers of nanotubes.The five dimensions of
the disk refer to the size and orientation of the points, as well as their position within three dimensions.
When light passes through the disk,
the points change the polarization of light, which is read by a microscope and a polarizer.The team from Southampton, who develops the disc,
was able to write to the disk the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Newton's Optics, Magna Carta and the Bible.In a few years, such a disk will no longer be an experiment, but will become the norm of data storage.
4. Injections of oxygen particles
Scientists from the Boston Children's Hospital developed microparticles filled with oxygen that can be injected into the bloodstream,
allowing you to live even if you can not breathe.Microparticles consist of a single layer of lipid capsules that surround a small oxygen
bubble.Capsules 2-4 microns in size are suspended in a liquid that controls their size, since larger bubbles can be dangerous.
When administered, capsules, when encountered with red blood cells, transmit oxygen.Thanks to this method, 70 percent of oxygen was
injected into the blood.
5. Underwater transport tunnels
In Norway, they plan to build the world's first
underwater floating bridges at a depth of 30 meters underwater with the help of large pipes,
wide enough for two lanes.Given the difficulties of moving around the area, Norway decided to work on the creation of underwater bridges.
It is expected that the project, which has already spent 25 billion dollars, will be completed in 2035.It is also necessary to take into account
other factors, for example, the influence of wind, waves and strong currents on the bridge.6. Bioluminescent trees
The development team decided to create bioluminescent trees with the help of an enzyme found in some jellyfish and fireflies.
Such trees can illuminate the streets and help passers-by to see better at night.There was already developed a small version of the project
in the form of a plant glowing in the dark.The next step will be the trees that illuminate the streets.