- Iris scanners — Those crazy iris scanners that identified everything from your identity to your last purchase at The Gap.
- 3D Holograms — Though we can't yet watch 3D versions of ourselves on home movies, we can chat with others like CNN did during the 2008 election, and dance alongside a few holograms in Vegas.
- Gesture-based interfaces — Not just for video games anymore, the gesture-based interfaces like we saw in Minority Report will soon be a real way of life — crazy gloves and all.
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Although this design is just a concept, it's brilliant nonetheless. The iWatch, brought to you by ADR design studio, would allow you to connect your iPhone or iPad via Bluetooth, get your RSS feeds, connect to WiFi, and store up to 16GB of data on your wrist. Not only that, but the integrated projector lets you share your pics with more people. It's pretty much the ultimate phone watch — a product that I'm already a big fan of, so combine that with my Apple affection, and I'm sold.
I love the idea, and maybe someday soon we'll see Steve Jobs head out on the WWDC stage with a new watch on.