According to Winston Churchill “There is nothing wrong with change if it is in the right direction.”

The same applies to technology too. Technology is something which had changed our lives for the better. May it be smartphones, cloud computing or multi-touch tablets, all these innovations revolutionized our life. However, this is just the beginning.

Here, we present 10 upcoming technologies which will definitely change the world.

1) Form 1

Form 1 is an affordable, high-resolution 3D printer. This Form 1 printer is engineered in such a way that with just a touch of a button, high-resolution parts can be produced. With this, one can spend more time in designing and less time in setting up prints. The Form 1 post-processing kit helps keep your desktop organized so that you can easily put the finishing touches on your masterwork.

This product can be yours at just $2,799.

2) Oculus Rift

Oculus Rift is a virtual reality headset developed and manufactured by Oculus VR, a division of Facebook.This 3D headset lets you mentally feel that you are actually in a video game. It has integrated headphones which provide a 3D audio effect, rotational and positional tracking.There will be a 3D space which allows the user to use the Rift when sitting, standing or walking in the same room.

You can experience this Rift at just $300.

3) Google Glass

Google Glass is an optical head-mounted display designed in a shape of a pair of eyeglasses. It was developed by Google X with the mission of producing a ubiquitous computer. Google Glass is quite smaller and slimmer than previous head-mounted designs. With the help of Google Glass, one can get updates about social media feeds, Google Maps as well as navigate with GPS and also one can take photos too.

This is priced at $1,500.

4) Eye Tribe

Eye Tribe is a Danish startup company that produces eye tracking technology.

This Eye Tribe software allowed its users to direct a smartphone, tablet or a computer with just a look of an eye. The game Fruit Ninja usually needs a touch to slice a fruit, but with this Eye Tribe Technology, one can cut the fruit with the movement of eyes. Currently, this company is still seeking partnership so that they can launch into the consumer market.

5)  Project Fiona

Razer’s Project Fiona is a gaming tablet built for hardcore gaming. Razer very well knows how to build user experience straight into the tablet. The features include 3-axis gyro, magnetometer and accelerometer and full-screen user interface supporting multi-touch.

6) Firefox OS

Mozilla had built a new operating system from scratch which will provide its users true openness, freedom and user’s choice. The initial development works involved three major software, namely Gonk, Gecko and Gaia. This application uses open standards and approaches such as JavaScript and HTML5 that can communicate directly with the hardware.

7) Parallella

Parallella is a kind of a supercomputer. It is an energy efficient computer built for processing complex software simultaneously and effectively. Real-time object tracking, holographic heads-up display and also speech recognition can go a way ahead with the help of Parellella.

It can be magically yours at just $99.

However, it is not recommended for non-Linux users.

8) Google Driverless Car

This is developed by Google. The Google Driverless Car is powered by Artificial Intelligence that utilizes the input from the video cameras inside the car and also a sensor attached on the vehicle’s top. Some radars and position sensors are also attached on various positions of the car. But the manufacturer is currently facing a challenge to forge the system for affordable cars that every worker can afford with an average salary.

9) Leap Motion

Leap Motion is technology which lets you control the desktop with fingers but without touching the screen. This will allow you to scroll the web page, zoom in the map and the photos and even sign documents.

You can own this future tech with just $70.

10) SmartThings

SmartThings is that technology upgrade which makes every device, may it be digital or nondigital connect together to benefit you. With this technology, one can detect smoke alarms and also have humidity, pressure and vibration sensors to detect changes in your house. You can also track who had entered the house and also turn on the lights when entering the room.

This Future SmartThing only costs around $500.

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