10 Futuristic tech gadgets that will simply blow your mind
Every once in a while, we come across new technology that simply blows our minds. It could be a flying wingsuit or a VR treadmill, but these technologies make us want more. This year’s been quite exciting in terms of introducing us to some cool new tech. That’s exactly why we chose to do a special roundup of the 10 most futuristic technologies we’ve seen this year.
Every year, we come across a lot of tech that simplifies our lives. Some things help us automate our homes whereas others improve our work experience. But, once in a while, we come across futuristic tech that simply blows our minds. They stand out because of the technology behind them.
From the new BMW electrified wingsuit to a bionic arm that looks like it’s straight out of an Iron Man movie, these futuristic gadgets of 2020 are bound to surprise you. Many of them are still concepts and might take some time to get into the mainstream world. But, hey, the very fact that someone thought of such cool technology is enough to keep our excitement level up. So let’s dive in to see what makes these cool tech gadgets one of a kind.
BMW Electrified Wingsuit
Everyone wants to know what it’s like to fly, and the BMW Electrified Wingsuit brings that fantasy to life. This concept product allows you to soar through the sky at 186 mph without any restrictions while offering a compact and light design. To make this possible, the electric wingsuit boasts BMW technology and uses a chest-mounted rig for power. It offers 15 kW of grunt between two carbon impellers. These impellers spin at a speed of 25,000 rpm and produce thrust for up to five minutes, so your journey just keeps on getting better.
Open Bionics x Konami Venom Hero Bionic Arm
The Open Bionics x Konami Venom Hero Bionic Arm provides mobility for below-elbow amputees and can change people’s lives. It works for adults and children who have upper limb amputations, and even eight-year-olds can wear it. The bionic arm’s design is based on Venom Snake—the protagonist of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain—who wears an iconic red and black version. Although the fictional character’s arm comes with weapons attached, the Hero Arm doesn’t. Additionally, if you’d prefer to experiment with different designs, you can.