There’s rarely a boring moment in the world of tech. News comes and goes so rapidly that it can be tough to keep track of everything, which makes it difficult to know which products are worth your time and which are better to ignore.
That’s why we’re diving in deep to learn more about the latest inventions and most fascinating discoveries on the web. By examining the hottest tech as it emerges, you get a better picture of what the future holds for the way we work, play and go about our lives.
In “Tomorrow’s Tech Today,” Kim shows you upcoming and future technology you won’t want to miss. We’ll be taking a look at future yachts with sci-fi fuel, armored BMWs and what comes after 4K. Let’s take a look.
A window into the future of tech
In today’s segment, Kim takes a peek at some of the most advanced gadgets and gizmos that are just around the corner, ready to change the world. While some of these products are currently speculative or in development, some may see public releases in the near future. Watch the video to get Kim’s take on the latest from the world of technology.
If you’re dying to know more, here’s our breakdown of some of the most interesting technology that caught Kim’s eye:
The Aqua Yacht is a luxury cruiser with a surprise
The Aqua Yacht boasts a futuristic and sleek design, but it’s got one more sci-fi feature: It’s completely powered by tanks of liquid hydrogen.
With a unique type of fuel, this yacht of the future is capable of traveling 3,700 miles before needing a refill — meaning you can travel from New York to Barcelona on a single tank. Why can’t cars get that kind of mileage?
Samsung takes you beyond 4K
What’s next after 4K TVs? Well, Samsung has an idea and their newest TV sets are blowing the competition away. Not only do these TV sets feature double the pixels of 4K TVs, Samsung is also including a 5G adapter to give them smooth, buffer-free loading speeds that beat your at-home internet connection.
This BMW is bulletproof
If you’re driving through a rough neighborhood, it helps to roll up the windows. This BMW, on the other hand, dares you to drive boldly. It features a bullet-proof metal enclosure that protects the passengers from hazards outside. It is also equipped with advanced sensors to keep it stable on the road.
Cirque du Soleil’s new costumes will serve you drinks
Cirque du Soleil is famous for the unique performing arts experience it provides its guests, but their latest innovation is coming in the form of costumes. The famed Canadian theater troupe has debuted new outfits for their show that can spray perfume and change color on the fly. One is even able to serve a custom-made drink right from a console on the chest. Where can we buy one?