Update: We are certainly there now. (Case in point: 50 Insanely Useful Smart Home Products You Can Buy Right Now) Those who have played Xbox Kinect will have experienced a little of what it's like to live in a digitally submersive world like that featured in the movie Minority Report, where a wave of your controller-free hand has cause and effect on a screen in front of you.
Using technologies that are usually relegated to car design and super-yachts, YO! Home's founder, Simon Woodroffe created a modern, forward-thinking alternative to the small urban apartment.
If you had any doubts regarding the direction in which technology is headed, you can lay that to rest.
We have a little section at HD where we look at technology products that could potentially change our lifestyle.
We at Home-Designing are big fans of what the future could be! We love looking at those bold and daring stuff innovators think up today which they hope to take mainstream tomorrow.
With so much technology to pack into our homes these days, we're always looking for examples that manage to house their gadgets in good balance-avoiding overbearing towers of black boxes and a spaghetti junction of wires.
Okay here is a guy who is serious about his home entertainment system. Serious enough to mock it up using a sketch up program…Found on Swedish home tech forum Min Hembio, on member Z3m-Johan's page, this entertainment pad leaves no stone unturned.
When technology meets office design to create an eye catching workplace viewable from blocks away, we can't help but be tinkled pink at the thought.
The magic of movie making is alive and well, and clearly on display in the blockbuster Iron Man sequel.
Remember that swedish home we featured a couple of days back at HD? It seems there is plenty more from where that came from.
YDreams is a company focusing on developing full scale interactive environments combining technology, design and augmented reality.
It is not usual for a home design blog to feature an automobile. But I guess it depends on what your definition of an automobile really is.
It seems like some of the futuristic movie environments, that we showed you yesterday might become reality sooner than we thought.
Okay, this post is going to be a bit different from what we usually cover at Home-Designing. But have you ever wondered who designs those futuristic looking techno environments that you see in sci-fi flicks like Minority Report, Star Trek and the like?
Tomorrow's kitchens may be radically different from the ones we have now. They need to be space-saving, sophisticated, and more than anything, be kind to the environment.
Home entertainment centers are getting cheaper and cheaper and the temptation to enjoy your favourite flicks in the comfort of your home is making people design their own entertainment spaces.