That was the random date chosen in the movie “Back to the Future” where we were shown a glimpse of what was in store for us in 27 years, and on some things they were not mislead.
True there are no flying cars and holograms per-se aren’t used in advertising, but more and more, movies are produced in 3D, which is in theory the same concept, but you no longer need to use “your hands” to play video games, as new consoles have developed the kinetic controller, where the player himself is the control pad.
This makes me wonder if we were to predict what the world will be like in another 27 years, how many of those “technological predictions” would come true; Jules Vernes did seem to foresee quite accurately what the future would bring, so maybe if we were to wish to see what’s in store for us, we should start having some of whatever he was drinking.
Be as it may, wanting to have a peek into the future or not, let’s all celebrate the fact that almost 30 years ago, a number of people gathered and wrote a movie script that was entertaining and half right -I still don’t see no hover boards either-
Happy Back to the future day!
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