The future is now. OK, a very cliché statement, but it’s true. What was once the dream of futurists and science fiction writers of the 60s and 70s is now becoming real…really real, and that’s what Sandro Monetti’s short film Tech to the Future shows.
The technology of the future highlights some remarkable technological advancements designed to make life much easier for the average person. The short is hosted by futurist, innovator and investor Francis Hellyer.
Let’s cut to the chase with Aeromobile, and as the name suggests, it’s a flying car that will only cost $1-2 million to drive/fly from the dealership. deep cake is a cinematic technology that offers face replacement and AI performance for your next project. The demonstration given to us is an AI performance by Bruce Willis. trioscope is blockchain-based content providing photorealistic action featured in the Netflix movie, the liberator.
“…highlights some remarkable technological advances…”
Cytoval is a medical technology company in the early stage of diagnosing the rapidly growing disease known as sepsis. His speed could save thousands of lives. Finally, Hellyer takes us to Hollywood Museum to chat with the museum director about visions of science fiction in old and contemporary Hollywood films.
As a documentary, The technology of the future reminds me of those science shows on local TV stations at the weekend. These were essentially low-budget shows that could be syndicated so that stations could receive passive income. The technology of the future is quite simple in its presentation while presenting interesting new technologies. Bruce Willis Deepcake’s presentation is the coolest and scariest of the bunch, and worth watching for it.
For more information, visit the The technology of the future official site.