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Amazing technology for the future will change the world in the next 30 years

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The world is improving every day, inventing and discovering something new, and without these achievements we would not have progressed until now.

Scientists, researchers, developers and designers from around the world are trying to embody something that will simplify our lives and make them more interesting.

Here are some of the technologies of the future that take our lives to a whole new level.

  • New Technologies of the Future

1. Biocolader.

The Russian designer proposed the concept of a fridge, called a "Bio Robot fridge," which cools food using biopolymer gel. There are no shelves, compartments and doors - just insert food into the gel.

The idea was proposed by Yuri Dimitrievl for the Electrolux Design Lab contest. The fridge uses only 8 per cent of the home's energy for the control panel and doesn't need power for actual cooling.

Biopolymer gel in the fridge uses light generated at cold temperatures to preserve food. The gel itself is odorless rather than sticky, and the fridge can be installed on the wall or on the ceiling.

2. High-speed 5G internet from drones with solar panels.

Google is working on solar-powered drones that distribute superfast internet in a project called Project Skybender. In theory, drones will provide internet services 40 times faster than 4G networks, allowing you to transfer gigabytes of data per second.

The project envisages the use of millimetre waves to provide service, as the current mobile transport spectrum is very full.

However, these waves have a shorter range than 4G's mobile signal. Google is working on this issue, and if all technical issues can be solved, an internet could soon emerge at an unprecedented speed.

3. Foldable TVs.

LG has developed an OTV model that can be wrapped like a roll of paper.

The TV uses LED technology based on organic polymer materials to reduce screen thickness.

In addition to LG, other major electronics manufacturers such as Samsung and SonyoMitsubishi are working to make screens more flexible and portable.

4. An electronic lens of human vision.

A Canadian doctor will conduct clinical tests of "electronic lenses," which improve vision by a hundred percent by 3 facilities and help an painless 8-minute process.

The new lens will be available by 2017, improving the normal lens of the eye. During the process, the syringe inserts a brine lens into the eye, and 10 seconds later, the folded lens is straightened and placed over the natural lens, completely correcting the vision.

5. DNA-derived images.

Student Heather Doi Hagburg creates 3D images of DNA found on cigarette butts and chewing gum on the street.

DNA sequencing enters it into a computer program that creates the appearance of a person from a sample. Usually, during this process, a 25-year-old version of the person is released. The model is then printed in life-size 3D images.

6. The search for extraterrestrial life in space.

In China, the world's largest radio telescope "FAST" is nearing completion with a reflector with an area 30 a football field, consisting of 4450 plaques to observe extraterrestrial life.

Experts are assembling a giant telescope in China's Guizhou province, which exceeds Puerto Rico's Arecibo observatory with a diameter of 300 meters. The Chinese telescope has a diameter of 500 metres and a circumference of 1.6 kilometres, and it takes 40 minutes to get around it.

According to the researchers, such a telescope would improve our ability to observe space.

7. Floating cities

The floating environmental monopoly, called Lilypad, was proposed by architect Vincent Kalibo for future climate refugees as a lasting solution to sea level rise. The city can accommodate 50000 people using renewable energy.