Smartphone augmented reality is the next wave of future technologies that will change how we interact with our phones. In a few years, consumers may be able to take their phones, touch them, and feel like they are in the “real” world. Imagine walking into a restaurant with your purse, and your cell phone grabbing the menus for you. Restaurants will soon have food displays right in the window, with real-time images from the restaurant’s current menu, projected at the right level of resolution on your phone display.
With the help of this technology, restaurants could offer their customers menus and data about the dishes they have to offer by simply using their cell phones. The same would go for shopping malls, showrooms, and other establishments. You could enter data about a product or service and then it could be pre-computed in the future, and the display would let you choose what to buy or not to buy based on the data that is available to you at the moment. Some of the upcoming Future Technologies for smart devices are RPA, Machine Learning Algorithms, and also deep learning.
Robotic machines and software systems that are artificially intelligent are the next wave of future technologies for devices such as laptops, netbooks, tablets, smartphones, and interactive gaming consoles. We live in a time where computers are not only used to do work but to interact with the user and store information as well. One example of this is the Apple iPad which, among many other technologies, was designed with artificial intelligence. The “selves” that run on the iPad can surf the web, send emails, access the i-store, and take pictures, just like a real person would do.
Another upcoming wave of future technologies is artificial intelligence analytics. This technology will allow companies to gain valuable insight into how their products and services are used by consumers today. Analytics will provide companies with an insight into how their products are used across various demographics, geographic regions, and purchase levels. Data will be able to be fed into decision-making systems to ensure that consumers receive only the highest quality services.
Voice assistants will also be one of the major aspects of the future technologies for devices such as smartphones, tablets, notebooks, and even “smart” glasses. Voice assistants will offer a personal interface to consumers, just as a personal assistant would, except they will do all the speaking. This would allow the consumer to dictate the questions that they have the voice assistant deliver the answers to. Voice assistants may be controlled by the same technology used to control digital assistants. Voice assistants will be on-demand, they will be programmed to perform tasks, and they will connect to the internet to search for new information.
The final wave of upcoming future technologies for devices includes augmented reality. This refers to the use of information technology support services in order to create virtual reality. Augmented reality will provide images, videos, and real-world scenarios that can be experienced through the use of a device like a smartphone or a tablet. Users will be able to “sense” where items in the real world are, by using the camera of their device in order to scan a particular location in the virtual reality