24 Pictures That Prove 2015 Is The Damn Future

The Future Is Now!

01. First of all, we FINALLY know what Pluto looks like:

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Lookin’ good, buddy.

02. There are wheelchairs that can go upstairs:

03. And phones that can bend every which way:

04. There are highlighters that take notes in real time:

05. Cooks using holograms to learn:

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06. 3D pens:

07. And printers that run line by line:

08. You can make 3D prints of your unborn child:

09. Prosthetics have never been better:

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10. Special effects, too:

11. And everything you could ever need lives in one place now…

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12. …your pocket:

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13. All while the Motorola Razr sits in a MUSEUM:

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14. Augmented reality sandboxes are a thing:

15. And so are automatic nail machines:

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16. Robots can solve Rubik’s cubes:

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17. And, yes, hoverboards exist:

18. There’s a glass box that can tell you what the weather is outside:

19. Concrete can do this:

20. Gestures can control everything:

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21. Tattoos can be removed like this:

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22. And memory cards can store everything:

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23. It wasn’t that long ago when 8MB seemed like a TON:

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24. All in all, it’s good to be living in the future:

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Architecture & Design was started by an Afghan entrepreneur, he believes that wellbeing is affected by the spaces we spend our time in and that their design is an important notion to consider with regards to our personal comfort and happiness – whether we are at home, at work or at play.

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