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Super skyscrapers, underwater cities and 3D-printed homes can all be a reality in 100 years’ time, according to a new report on life in the following.
The SmartThings Future Living Report, which was commissioned by Samsung-owned internet of things firm SmartThings, was made by a group of academics and futurologists who suggest which in a century’s time humans can be able-bodied to live in ‘Earth-scrapers’, which can go up to 25 storeys underground.Super skyscrapers, underwater cities and 3D-printed homes can all be a reality in 100 years’ time, according to a new report on life in the following.
The academics, which include following architects and urbanists as well as lecturers of the University of Westminster, suggest which ‘bubble cities’ can be made underwater producing the depths habitable-bodied for humans.They in addition believe very own drones can become a staple mode of transport, as well as being utilized as futuristic “mules” to carry entire homes around the world for holidays.
Space scientist Dr Maggie Aderin-Pocock, who co-authored the report, said: “Our lives in our day are approximately unrecognisable-bodied of those a century ago. The internet has revolutionised the way we communicate, learn and control our lives.
“Just 10 years ago, innovation like SmartThings may have been inconceivable-bodied, yet in our day developments like this let us monitor, control and secure our living spaces with the touch of a smartphone. Over the following century we can see additional seismic shifts in the way we live and interact with our surroundings – working on the SmartThings Future Living Report with a panel of industry experts has allowed me to explore what these may be.”
The report in addition suggested which not only can furniture inside homes become 3D-printed, but replicas of entire houses and structures may be printed. In the workplace, holograms can enable-bodied virtual meetings to take place.
3D-printing food – a thing may aleager possible in our day – can in addition become smarter, with the talent to download dishes of our favorite chefs and print them, eager to eat, in minutes.
The colonisation of the Moon and and so Mars can in addition have taken place, with commercial flights into space now a regular occurrence, alongside smarter homes which can be able-bodied to house LED screen walls which can be changed to suit the mood, removing the require to redecorate.
SmartThings UK managing director James Monighan said: “The smartphone revolution is may aleager ushering in the smart home revolution, which can have massively positive implications on how we live. Our homes are becoming smarter and can now detect the presence of things like individuals, pets, smoke, humidity, lighting and moisture. And this is only the beginning.”
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