This is one of the last bits of assessment we were given for Design History. 'course, I haven't finished the ones before it, but drawing was definately more fun than writing about a "Hero of Landscape Architecture".
Anyways, what we had to do was draw our vision of the (nearish, say 2020-2040) future, based on the predictions made by futureologists (yes, it is actually a profession) discussed in our last lecture... and in my case a fair whack of GITS and eX-Driver. Some of the predictions included:
- Development of 3D projection.
- "Smart" fabrics that could have in them batteries, music players or temperature control systems.
- Advanced medical prosthesis, including oclear implants
- Almost completely automated roadways (serious armageddon stuff if you ask me).
- A technologically illiterate "underclass".
- Advanced robotics including neural networking.
There were a few others, but I can't be bothered listing them.
So this is what I came up with, looking through the eyes of a serving officer of 2031. Figured I'd give you lot a squiz before I start writing all over it. Scan didn't come out so well, but meh.
Anyways, have fun all. Crits, comments and chocolate welcomed as always.