Electronic Devices Which Were Inspired from Science Fiction Movies Part 3#
The list of sci-fi movie-inspired technologies we enjoy may seem like endless but with this final article, we are cutting it short. Following our first two articles based on the same topic, we continued to make a list of electronic devices which were borne from movie ideas. Virtual Reality Devices There is a long-held belief […] The post Electronic Devices Which Were Inspired from Science Fiction Movies Part 3# appeared first on ForeShop.net.
The list of sci-fi movie-inspired technologies we enjoy may seem like endless but with this final article, we are cutting it short. Following our first two articles based on the same topic, we continued to make a list of electronic devices which were borne from movie ideas. Virtual Reality Devices There is a long-held belief that we live in a simulation and that everything which happens to this world works from a certain collective consciousness and we are nothing but participants in it. But while this notion is hard to fathom in real life, getting into a world powered by electrons makes more believable in an artificial environment. Diehard fans of science fiction films should already have a glimpse of what the idea is like, especially after watching film titles like Total Recall, The Matrix, and Surrogates. And now that we already have the technology like Oculus Rift, HTC Vibe, Sony PlayStation VR, and the likes, who knows what kind of virtual reality awaits to capture our consciousness and imagination. Gesture-based User Interface The need to interact with the computer in various ways have given the idea of making the amazing device smarter by recognizing human gestures as a means to communication. But even before we were given this marvelous feature in our smartphones or tablets, the notion was only possible in films such as the masterful portrayal of the technology in Minority Report and, more recently, in Iron Man films. Portable Medical Diagnostics When having a medical checkup in the real world would imply going through various tests to assess a person’s condition, the method often requires processes that do not always bring out the abrupt result. Up to now, this remains to be the case. But what if there is a kind of handheld device which does all that while not being invasive towards the patient? Apparently, this idea had long been already conceived when a “tricorder” had first hit the screen with Star Trek. For a notion so amazing, however, a step towards the same technology had already been taken. Qualcomm had just recently announced a competition which sought to find the best team to make a portable medical diagnostic tool. Injections without Needles Injections had always been a symbol of fear for most people, especially kids. Rightly so, no other object devised in the planet is ever as invasive as it is which is also known to subject a person in acute, stinging pain. Might be due to fear of needles or the sheer wishful thinking to have a more convenient way of getting needed injections without the attributed pain that the idea for a “needle-less” injection is conceived. If you are a fan of Star Trek, then you may already have been witnessed to the concept of the so-called “hypospray,” which, as it sounds, is a spray-like injection. Basically, in lieu of direct transfusion of liquid into the body by needle, the hypospray forces the liquid into the body via an efficiently-designed pressure system which darts the fluid into the skin. Believe it or not, the bright scientists of MIT have already come up with something similar in logic as the hypospray, albeit not yet implemented in the field of medicine. The post Electronic Devices Which Were Inspired from Science Fiction Movies Part 3# appeared first on ForeShop.net.