Sunday, May 25, 2014

Some shortish videos suggested by various people in APF in 2014

From the US Air Force's Blue Horizons Program: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Xpu2QqLnHY

http://www.amazon.com/Sawyer-PointTwo-Purifier-Bucket-Adapter/dp/B0051HHNJ8 million gallons of clean water, 15 gallons a day, for $100.

four+ minute clip called “The edifice” from Saul Bass’ (1968) academy award winning “Why Man Creates” ...humorously scans from nomadic times up through exponential growth of consumption, parking lots, ...

Hans Rosling clip effectively: 200 countries, 200 years, 4 minutes. It seems to make people think. http://www.gapminder.org/videos/200-years-that-changed-the-world-bbc/#.U2tMD8fTbkU

"World Made of Glass" always elicits responses from college and university audiences.  The idea of having so many computational surfaces gets them going.  Maybe the opening family scene hits people where they live, too. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cYCez_DoHpo .  
Noah's critique in The Future of Futures: http://noahraford.com/?p=1625

the classic Did You Know? videos -- Did You Know 3.0? (fast)  Did You Know 2014? (current)


...and a whole bunch submitted by one person without guaranteeing quality:

This site has a few future oriented videos

In 5-10 years, how will people get things done at work, at home, and on the go?
Watch the concept video to get a glimpse of the future of productivity, then explore the stories and technology in more detail.

Corning A Day Made of Glass

What will happen 5 days before the singularity

Watch as swarms of micro-robots run around making stuff



8 Insights About The Coming Era Of Interactive Design THIS 18-MINUTE DOCUMENTARY TALKS TO SOME OF THE BRIGHTEST IN THE INDUSTRY ABOUT WHAT’S NEXT.

Future Living 2020 2030 Technology

Vision 2030 - Creating the World's IP System of the Future

Future in 2050  (stills of futury stuff)

Power of Nanotechnology Video #Blow Mind

Take A Journey To The Year 2020 - 2025 Future Technology

Future of Glasses, Wearable Technology 2015 - (Future Are Here)

"The World in 2030" by Dr. Michio Kaku