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Futurist David Houle
Executive Editor

Devin Lee Ostertag

Managing Editor
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is a glimpse at Earth’s future through the lens of current human concepts such as ages, work, structures, communications, connectivity, health, education, media, travel, place, family, commerce, race, religion and consciousness.

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01.20

Wanderers

Okay, we here at Future Wow! are fans of Carl Sagan, whose voice narrates this video. This is a short film about space exploration and the human need to explore. Given that it is very likely that in this century we will both visit another planet and perhaps find intelligent life somewhere we thought this […]

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tags: carl, film, sagan, short
01.13

Is the Flying Car finally here?

The new AeroMobil 3.0 is the closest thing I have seen to that long ago vision of the future with flying cars.  

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01.10

Ambulance Drone

A wonderful use of drone technology. Saves the life of a man having a heart attack. An ambulance is restricted by ground transport and traffic.  

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12.20

Cutting Edge of Urban Personal Transport

As we move to ever more human scale urban environments and need to lessen dependence on the internal combustion engine there is great innovation in the personal transport area.  Not yet the Hoverboard but getting there!  

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12.14

3-D Printing a Lunar Base

From the European Space Agency, the folks that just put a landing module on a comet, here is a view of how to use 3-D printing to build a lunar base. Using actual surface matter from the Moon will dramatically lower costs of transport. Something for the 2020s.  

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tags: 3d, 3dprinting, moon, space
12.07

Bionic Hand Provides Feeling to Amputee

This points to new advancements in the interface between bionics and nerves. There has been development in brain directed movements of a bionic hand. This research project moves the science into actually feeling through the hand.  

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11.30

Brain to Brain Interface

For years, dating back to the launch of my futurist blog in 2006, I have envisioned a new consciousness and way for humans to communicate brain to brain.  Here is early research towards that possibility.  Wait for the 2020s!!  

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11.23

3-D Printing and Robotics

We have featured entrepreneurs and visionaries in these two subjects.  Here is GE, one of the great companies, showing their vision of how these two transformative technologies will transform and redefine manufacturing for the 21st century.  

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tags: ge, robots
11.18

Buoyant Airborne Turbine – An Idea Whose Time Has Come

If this can be proven to be as portable, efficient and low cost as is implied in this video, these and subsequent iterations will become ubiquitous  

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tags: ENERGY
11.15

Cup of Tea?

A new take on the old immersion heater. Good stats on unnecessary energy use, something humans are really good at doing.  

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tags: ENERGY, TEA
11.11

Colonizing Mars

This has always been a theme in science fiction.  Now there seems to be a real possibility that by the end of this century we might well have done so.  Perhaps a good thing to do AFTER we stabilize and reverse the degradation of Earth we seem to be so good at doing.  

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tags: mars