How will we live in the future? Are Star Trek fantasies of simulated-reality holodecks and revolutionary foodstuffs going to come true? We can suppose that many of the elements of what will be commonplace in a few decades, or even sooner, are already available to some consumers, or to researchers.
Founded by Elon Musk, the man behind PayPal and Space Exploration Technologies (SpaceX), Tesla Motors has cornered the market among wealthy Silicon Valley entrepreneurs who can afford its fast, electric cars - such as the Roadster and gull-wing Model X. Indeed, while wishful thinkers might say a glorified version of Skype will make personalised transport redundant, the motor car is surely here to stay for a good while yet.
Back in the present, houses in smaller spaces are having car turntables installed. This follows a lead set by the Houses of Parliament, which installed one for Royal Mail vans inside an ancient quadrangle. And, of course, every lawn-mower will be an autonomous ‘robomower’.
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