Top 10 Future Google Technology That Will Blow Your Mind


Hey YouTube, Jim here! Welcome to Top10Archive! Everybody’s favorite tech conglomerate is
more than just the developer of the world’s most popular search engine – it’s an empire
of gadgets and gizmos and is always looking to the future! Through the semi-secretive Google X, now known
simply as X, and its parent company Alphabet, Inc., Google is ready to change the future
with these ten incredible products! Before we get started, do you know what else
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conversations with you! 10. Self-Driving Cars
It seems like every company is on the self-driving bandwagon and, in 2009, even Google began
working on its own self-driving automobile. Seven years later, the project was placed
under Waymo, Alphabet Inc’s own autonomous car development company, to go up against
manufacturers like Tesla Motors and Toyota. Each company has its own version of the self-driving
implementation, now it’s just a matter of who will launch en mass to the public. Though Tesla may be ahead of the game, Waymo
is still working through kinks with a hopeful market release in 2020. 9. Google Glass
Yes, Google Glass isn’t a “new” concept in the sense that we haven’t seen it before. In fact, it saw public sales in 2014 before
being pulled from development due to customer criticism and legal concerns. That doesn’t mean Google Glass is dead,
however, and you can bet you’ll be seeing it re-emerge anew. According to Tony Fadell, the former Apple
exec heading the project, Google Glass will be re-released when he deems it absolutely
“perfect.” 8. Cancer-Detecting Pill
The battle against cancer is one that many companies have opted to take on, Google being
one of them. Within the labs of X, Google researchers started
working on a pill full of magnetic particles that would travel a patient’s bloodstream
in search of afflicted cells. Acting as a detailed road map to the human
body, the particles would transmit data back to a wearable sensor for real-time reports
on cancer development or remission. Revealed in 2014, the pill was projected for
real-time use within a decade. 7. Google Brillo and Wave
Joining in on the concept of the Internet of Things or the inter-networking of our devices
and abodes, Google aims to introduce Brillo. The operating system, believed to be launching
under Android, will work alongside Weave to allow devices within your home to talk with
one another. While Brillo serves to redefine the current
interface of the Internet of Things, Weave will expand the concept beyond just appliance
to smartphone communication. Google wants everything in your home to talk
to and function off one another, creating a seamless smart home experience. 6. Google Wing
Though Amazon has already launched Amazon Prime Air, Google wants to encroach on the
territory in a more philanthropic way. Revealed in 2014, rather than offer air drop
delivery for customers in need of their immediate shopping fix, Google’s Project Wing, developed
in the secretive X Labs, is designed for the intention of emergency relief drops.. but
shoppers will also be able to benefit from the service. At its unveiling, Wing weighed approximately
18 lb (8.5 kg), but could only manage a total of 22lb (10kg), so plan to shop light. 5. Space Elevator
No, this really isn’t a play on words. It really is an elevator that would travel
through Earth’s atmosphere to an anchoring point somewhere in space. The concept emerged in 1895 with Russian scientist
Konstantin Tsiolkovsky, who found inspiration in the Eiffel Tower. Google is just one of several companies that
want to realize this game-changing idea, but the project was put on hold when it was determined
no one had manufactured carbon nanotubes or the strong carbon-based material needed for
cabling, longer than 1 meter. 4. Talking Shoe
Personally, we think far too many things talk to us these days. There’s Siri, Cortana, Google Assistant,
Alexa… and how can we forget just people in general. So we’re a little on the fence about shoes
that will not just talk to us, but also make us feel bad about our inactivity. Revealed in 2013 as part of Google’s Art,
Copy, Code, an initiative to merge new technologies with existing brands, the talking shoe can
serve as a rather rude motivational coach or, as it’s intended purpose, appeal to
large brands like Nike and the athletes associated with them. 3. Google Smart Contact Lens
Consider this the new age of wearable technology. Just as the name implies, the project is a
contact lens with a rather specific purpose – testing blood glucose levels in diabetics. Rather than deal with pesky and inconvenient
tests, the lens will be outfitted with sensors that can test glucose levels through tears
and offer an early warning via small LED lights. Google also aims to link the innovative lens
with a hand-held monitor where data can be transmitted and read in real time. 2. Makani Power
In 2013, Google joined the search for the most viable means of clean energy when it
acquired Makani Power. Within the X labs, the Makani team produced
an airborne wind turbine known as the energy kite that, like a fixed wind turbine, would
circle the air, using the wind to produce electricity to power an attached grid. The Makani team aims to replace towering turbines,
which are built as tall as 393’ (120 m), and provide a lower-cost, easier-to-install
solution. One kite, at least of the current design,
is expected to produce 600 kW of power. 1. Project Loon
This ambitious project within the X Labs aims to launch high-altitude balloons outfitted
with the capability to create a wireless network accessible by even the most remote regions. As the name implies, it’s an insane concept,
but should it ever get off the ground, it could do more than simply expand the reach
of the internet. During times of duress or natural disasters
in a region, the balloons would ensure a stable 4G-LTE network to help coordinate relief efforts…
and keep people from feeling isolated. Thanks for watching! The future’s looking interesting, right? Remember to give the video a like, leave a
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Danny Hutson

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