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Dark Roasted Blend: Videophones from the Future Past

1922 Future View The guy's left hand is on a "Radio Business Controller.

The Retro Future is Here: Houses Beyond the Year 2000 | WebUrbanist

The future is here! Unfortunately, I have no hovercar, and robots are still lumbering jokes. Here are some entertainingly outdated visions of the future:

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The New York City that Never Was: Part II Bridges | turn of the century postcard depicting the benefits bridges could provide to the city and within the fabric:

Victorian Futurism / Future City / Vintage Futurism / Retro Future / Flying Machines / Visions of Future / vintage science fiction / retro sci fi) I'd love this if it was a real place

Video phone technologies were available decades before finally catching on with Skype and mobile phones. Why do some technologies go nowhere, while others spread the instant they become available?

Future past-I can remember in my last year of high school, we went on a field trip to Pacific Bell Telephone and we were shown phones of the future, such as the ones in this pin.

Vintage FaceBook

Sao Paulo ad agency Moma Propaganda created a stunning series of posters using retro illustrations to promote social media services as part of the project “Everything Ages Fast.

How We Will Explore The Moon Mechanix Illustrated (June 1959) | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

An awesome planetary exploration vehicle: Lunar Gyro-Scope, from the Mechanix Illustrated 1959

Tri-Mono-Trans System 300-MPH monorail (Popular Mechanics, 1971) - Album on…

Tri-Mono-Trans System 300-MPH monorail (Popular Mechanics, 1971) cover illustration by Ed Valigursky

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Rocket-powered Monorail - Illustration: Ed Valigursky, Rocker-power will make extremely high speeds possible, and the ‘coaches’ will be built in several stories to accommodate more passengers.