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The future is now, but beyond that are some incredible concept technologies and designs that are much closer than most people realize. Here you will find some of the most exciting soon-to-be-innovations ready to make the leap from virtual to actual reality.
Stealth Wear: Counter-Surveillance Fashion Protects Privacy
Want to elude surveillance? Wear a metallic hoodie, slip your phone into a signal-blocking sleeve, paint your face and give yourself a weird punk haircut.
The Future That Never Was: 12 Funny Gadget Predictions
These 12 retrofuturistic gadget ideas from the '20s - '60s envisioned a 21st century full of robots, jet packs and bizarrely impractical kitchen appliances.
Drive & Live Off off Grid: Convertible Mobile Caravan Concept
Forget the trailer and start trailblazing - this emission-free and fully-electric vehicle can use solar power, recharging on or off the grid.
Of Love & War: 3D Printing Dazzling Dresses & Daring Guns
From cars to houses, 3D printing seemed to be everywhere ... but now things are really heating up with everything from stunning outfits and home-printable arsenals.
Stop Shops: Virtual Store Shelves in Subway & Bus Stations
If you are going to have to wait for a ride anyway, stop and do some shopping right there on the wall, via virtual aisles on a life-scaled billboard full of products.
Algaculture: Symbiosis Suit Produces Food from Breath
The Agaculture Symbiosis Suit proposes a mutually beneficial relationship between the human wearing the suit, and the algae-turned-food in the tubes.
Elemental Elegance: 14 Amazing Photographs of Elements
The elements are everywhere, but it isn't often that we get a good, close-up look at them. This series of photos gives a stunning new perspective on them.
Hunt, Peck & Paint: Chromatic Typewriter Prints Landscapes
Many works of amazing literary art have been printed on typewriters in times past, but this reinvention goes beyond words and into the realm of colorful painting.
Lunar Soil Structures: 3D-Printing Dwellings on the Moon
One of the biggest challenges of settlements in space is the cost of transporting materials and technologies for construction - hence: 3D printing from local materials!
3D Printed Car is Strong, Light and Close to Production
Strong as steel, half the weight and running on very little gas, the plastic Urbee 2 hybrid vehicle is manufactured with a near-automated 3D printing process.