Previously, we had looked at some Exciting Tech products and tech trends that we are looking forward to in 2022 and as you could tell, the list was in no way exhaustible.
So, here we have part 2 of Exciting Tech products and trends that you can look forward to in 2022.
Advancement in 3D Printing
3D printing is the use of a computer design to create a three-dimensional object using a special 3D printer. What happens is you feed the design into a computer, then have the printer fuse thin layers of material in form of liquid, metal or cement, or powdered plastic, creating an actual product.
Like self-driving cars, 3D printing has been the rage for a few years now, but there has not been substantial progress that has made it mainstream.
However, printing could make significant progress in the year 2022. There will be advancements in the Global 3D company, which will have 3D printing for medical and dental applications. This means that it could begin working on ways to get medical implants and prosthetics through 3D.
Samsung Galaxy S 22
The Samsung Galaxy phones are well known for their innovativeness and the Samsung S phones are Samsung’s flagship phones that many in the tech world look forward to.
According to talk in the tech world, the Samsung Galaxy S 22 could be set for release in early 2022.
Design concepts state that the phone would have a 6.8 inch AMOLED display and a 40 MP selfie camera. It would also feature a 108 MP main rear camera and a 12MP ultrawide lens like the S 21. However, it would also feature a 3x zoom 12 MP telephoto lens and a 10x zoom 12 MP periscope lens. Additionally, it is reported that it would have an S pen stylus, which would mean that it is also a note hybrid maybe?
Either way, we are no doubt looking forward to what Samsung has in store for us.
The DAB Motors Concept-E
The DAB Concept-E is an electric bike that offers an alternative to the already existing bikes but at reduced pollution to the environment.
The motorbike has a simple design, looking almost like a slightly advanced scooter, but don’t let the looks fool you. According to Sciencefocus.com, the bike is an equivalent of a 125cc motorbike, capable of hitting up to 104km/h (65 mph) and has a range of 112 km before needing a new charge. It is equipped with a 10kW motor and a 51V Li-ion battery.
Though it remains a concept right now, the DAB is a fully functioning bike, made from top component parts. However, production is currently underway according to this article, meaning they could hit the shelves as soon as 2022.
According to Simon Dabadie, the founder of DAB Motors, the bike is an urban commuter, which would work best for people seeking to get away from public commuting but also having the convenience of a motorbike.
I have to say, this is simply exciting stuff!
FLEXOUND Pulse Chair
What would be more thrilling than sitting on a chair that simulated every movie moment for a more immersed view?
FLEXOUND is not unique in this regard, as some theatres have been experimenting with chairs that simulate the actions. However, the FLEXOUND, rather than using motors connected to external speakers to simulate the action, has speakers built into the chair to deliver the sound.
The system built into the chair isn’t some cheap knockoff either. According to Science Focus, the speakers can deliver frequencies of up to 1,000 Hz onto your skin.
The Pulse chair is still a concept, only available in major cinemas, but is ready for production for any furniture manufacturer that would wish to put money into the idea.
Can you imagine watching your favorite horror or action movie as you sit in this chair? Suddenly, the hairs standing at the back of your neck won’t be so cliché.
So now, we sit with our hands in anticipation, looking forward to an Exciting Tech 2022!