At The Top 10 Future Technologies That Already Exist 9 months ago Prev Article Next Article FacebookTwitterredditPinterest From human organ printing to hologram TV, here are 10 technologies that come straight from the future. Check out even more wacky and bizarre video’s from the Alltime10 team.. @ http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=4BAFABCECC2F6DDA source FacebookTwitterredditPinterest Prev Article Next Article Related Posts 10 Least Populated Countries February 14, 2016 10 Most Bizarre Murder Weapons January 5, 2016 10 Everyday Activities That Are Illegal In North Korea January 7, 2016 5 Most Unbelievable Real Life Bounty Hunters August 6, 2016 10 Disturbing Conspiracies About Kids Cartoons October 15, 2016 10 Delicious Facts About Pizza February 16, 2016 16 Comments ZombieBot34 January 27, 2016 30 years ago we were playing on Atari and that was the best thing alive…wow. Times really change. FrostWolfGaming January 27, 2016 Sounds Like Bank Heist Music From Payday 2.. Kingdom Seeker January 27, 2016 Hologram was used in 9/11 full scale theater… blondemario January 27, 2016 As for number 4, it's already been rolled out across Japan and (possibly) Taiwan (as well). It's just that no-one's really interested. People today are very hard to impress with so-called future technologies, unfortunately. Kelly Hinchliffe January 27, 2016 yea british army get force fields Eriick Maldonado January 27, 2016 Impresionante!! sizlingem January 27, 2016 segway boards Augustine Toth January 27, 2016 I wanna look back on this in 5 years Jack Skellington January 27, 2016 Admit it, you were waiting for time travel to be number one. DoughBoy 69 January 27, 2016 I wonder if Futurama will come to life. SirGaming January 27, 2016 Now only if we had the portal gun. Chris Hansen January 27, 2016 SCOUTERS David Herbant January 27, 2016 Number 2 makes human become The Terminator TheCanadian Gamers January 27, 2016 Once ya think about it, This is Kinda Scary o.o Aaron Woodcock January 27, 2016 #2 titanfall lol KV3D January 27, 2016 FYI: A future technology that currently exists is called a current technology.