In Brief

Software Company opens an Envisioning Center, presenting the potential ways technology could change our lives.

Microsoft has seen a vision of the future, and it involves a lot of Microsoft products. To coincide with the opening of the Microsoft Envisioning Center in Redmond, Washington, the software company released a video demonstrating a possible version of the future – except this is no concept video, but a vision of life in just five to ten years, with technology that we currently use. This isn’t science fiction, but potential reality.

The Envisioning Center shows a world where everything is voice and touch-activated, and technology that we are familiar with, such as tablets, are translated onto a larger scale. Every home would have a family wall – a 21st century fridge door – with picture displays, digital notes and the possibility to watch videos at the command of your voice. Work can be seamlessly integrated between devices with the swipe of a finger and skyping Grandma will have never been easier.

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