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Chore robot

This robot can do all the work for you whenever you would like . Lots of people are still working hard but the final thing will not be in store until the next 10 years.
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Chore robot

www.imperial.ac.uk/human-robotics

Flying car

e've been teased with the prospect of a flying car for years now, with many designs, like the Terrafugia Transition, having been under development for some time but yet to arrive in garages or hangars. The Braunschweig-based company, Carplane hopes to square the circle with a twin-fuselage roadable monoplane that made its first public appearance in prototype form at the recent AERO show in Friedrichshafen, Germany.

www.gizmag.com/tag/flying-car/
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BACK TO FUTURE HOVERBORD

Yeah, we know, it was a hoax, but for a brief, glorious moment, it seemed like all ourBack to the Future-fueled dreams were coming true: an actual working hoverboard that wasn’t just a scientific experiment constrained to a laboratory. The promo video, from a company named HUVr and featuring famous faces like Tony Hawk and Dr. Emmet Brown himself doing everything from just riding around to catching footballs and even controlling the hoverboard with an iPhone.

www.hongkiat.com
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Leap motion

Multi-touch desktop is a (miserably) failed product due to the fact that hands could get very tired with prolonged use, but Leap Motion wants to challenge this dark area again with a more advanced idea. It lets you control the desktop with fingers, but without touching the screen.

www.hongkiat.com/blog/revolutionary-products
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Invisible car

To promote its new fuel cell vehicle, which has zero exhaust emissions, Mercedes pulled a stunt that showed off an "invisible" car with incredibly low environmental impact.

Although Mercedes says the hydrogen-powered drive system is "ready for series production," it's speculated to not be in comercialization until 2014


mashable.com/2012/03/15/sci-fi-visions-future
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