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There are many marketing, advertising, corporate R&D, and academic research videos which provide visions of the future, or talk about future technologies in a fictional way. There are equally as many purposes for the production of such media materials. This page provides a list of links to the various videos of this type that may be found on the web.
There are many marketing, advertising, corporate R&D, and academic research videos which provide visions of the future, or talk about future technologies in a fictional way. There are equally as many purposes for the production of such media materials. This page provides a list of links to the various videos of this type that may be found on the web.
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The following youtube playlist contains some of the videos below.
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Some general pages which have collated similar lists:
Some general pages which have collated similar lists:

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There are many marketing, advertising, corporate R&D, and academic research videos which provide visions of the future, or talk about future technologies in a fictional way. There are equally as many purposes for the production of such media materials. This page provides a list of links to the various videos of this type that may be found on the web.


The following youtube playlist contains some of the videos below. <iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/videoseries?list=PL95j6iOREg_hYkCoFxf3mASvGeKlEaBM2" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>


Some general pages which have collated similar lists:

A list of videos (may include repeats from above pages):

Contents

1 1950-59

  • GM A future vision of driverless cars (1956) [2] - features in car dashboard display
  • GM promotional film about future of kitchens "Design for dreaming" (1956) and Monsanto "House of the future" (1957) [3]


2 1960-69

  • UK Post Office "A glance 30 years ahead" (1960s) [4] - updated URL 3/7/2015
  • AT&T "The challenge of change" (1961) [5]
  • Prediction of the home computer (1966) [6]
  • Mother of All Demos (1968) [7]
  • The Internet in 1969 [8]

3 1970-79

  • 1979 Xerox Parc - Office Alto Commercial [9] - some visionary elements


4 1980-89

  • Apple "Knowledge Navigator" (1987) [10]
  • Apple "Futureshock" (1988) [11]
  • Ameritech "The electronic home" (1988) [12]
  • AT&T "Pandora envisionment" (1989) [13]


5 1990-99


6 2000-09

  • Hewlett Packard "Cool Town" (2000) [17]
  • Motorola "New life forms - Always connected" (2001) [18]
  • Motorola "New life forms - Others' eyes" (2001) [19]
  • Motorola "New life forms - Hearing hand" (2001) [20]
  • Motorola "New life forms - Shared knowledge" (2001) [21]
  • Motorola "New life forms - Life recorder" (2001) [22]
  • Motorola "New life forms - Mood hood" (2001) [23]
  • Ludwig Zeller design fictions, RCA (2011) [24] (also see [25])
  • Aura (CMU) - (circa 2002) [26]
  • Microsoft future vision of banking (2005) [27]
  • Nokia "888 comunicator concept phone" (2005) [28]
  • IBM RFID commercial "The future market" (2006?) [29]
  • World Builder (2007) [30] short sci-fi movie
  • Microsoft future vision of retail (2009) [31]
  • Microsoft future vision of productivity (2009) [32]
  • Intel "Imagine - 15 billion intelligent connected devices" (2009) [33]
  • Microsoft future vision of manufacturing (2009) [34] MS Showcase
  • Crazy morphing suitcase (2009) [35]
  • Ginsberg & Pohflepp design fiction video "Growth Assembly" (2009) [36] Project page
  • Intel future vision video (2009?) [37]

7 2010-

  • Julian Bleecker's design fiction video reel (2010) [38]
  • Fujikawa: A Stark Industries Subsidiary "Stack Hud 2020" (2010) [39]
  • Augmented (hyper)Reality: Domestic Robocop (2010) [40] (See recent kickstarter [41])
  • TAT's "Future of screen technology" (2010) [42]
  • Siemens "The future of building technology (2010) [43]
  • Cisco "The future of shopping" (2010) [44]
  • Corning "A day made of glass" (2011) [45]
  • Microsoft future vision of office work (2011) [46]
  • Samsung AMOLED screen technology vision (2011) [47]
  • Sony "Futurescapes" videos (2011) [48]
  • Blackberry "Enterprising Minds: Exceptional Customer Service" (2011) [49]
  • Innotribe design fiction video "Fly me to the moon" (2011) [50]
  • Paypal "Future of shopping" (2011) [51] - updated URL 3/7/2015
  • New York Times R&D "Reveal project" (2011) [52]
  • Ericsson "The social web of things" (2011) [53]
  • Toyota "Window to the world" (2011) [54]
  • Superflux "Song of the machine" (2011) [55]
  • Nokia Research Center "Future technologies" (2011)[56]
  • Ericsson "The social web of things II" (2012) [57]
  • Microsoft future vision of healthcare (2012) [58]
  • Google Project Glass "One day" video (2012) [59]
  • Internet of Things EU - Information Society and Media Directorate-General "Imagine everything was linked" (2012?) [60]
  • Nordkapp.fi and Urbanscale.org "Urbanflow Helsinki" (2012) [61]
  • Short film by Eran May-raz and Daniel Lazo "Sight" (2012) [62]
  • Video associated with Global Future 2045 Congress (2012) [63]





Not quite envisioning videos but interesting anyway:

  • IBM "Paperwork explosion" (1967) [64]
  • Timo "Robot readable world" (2012) [65]
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