Tech From The MCU
The Marvel Cinematic Universe, also known as MCU, is one of the most legendary franchises ever made. We all know and love Marvel’s all-encompassing, never-ending multiverse of action-filled scenes. If you’ve ever watched Marvel movies, then you know the MCU is loaded with futuristic gadgets and technology. As technology continues to advance it is quite clear that the technologies shown in movies that we once thought were impossible are now coming to reality. The fun part is Marvel used its imaginative means to create the appearances of cool technologies that can become in as little as just a few years.
Here are three realistic technologies from the MCU:…
Iron Man’s AI Jarvis
If you are a huge Iron Man fan, then you will most likely be familiar with the superhero’s artificial intelligence (AI) assistant also known as Jarvis. In a world where AI assistants such as Alexa and Google assistant are already part of everyday life, Jarvis would fit right in. As a highly advanced AI, Jarvis is able to manage and control technology. Not to mention that this technology incorporates complex AI languages and technologies like face and speech recognition. As AI continues to become more advanced, technology such as Jarvis could become even more common. There is no telling how far AI can go especially as it is a technology that is already gradually entering new industries.
For example, the casino industry is one that is slowly evolving with technological advancements. With the use of AI, it means that the industry would be able to offer a better gaming experience to its customers. This is because online casinos will be able to use algorithms to better understand a customer’s gaming habits. For instance, a customer might really enjoy playing fun and creative games like the Fluffy Favorites slot. Therefore, based on their gaming history, online casino sites will be able to recommend similar types of games, catered specifically to that customer’s specific needs.
Remote Access Driving (Black Panther)
The remote access driving technology is exceptional. If it were made into reality it would have the power to aid police officers and security workers, especially in emergency cases. The development of autonomous technologies continues to grow and evolve. There have been various instances of driverless cars controlled by a remote. For instance, back in 2018 the technology company Nvidia demonstrated a car being driven by someone wearing a VR headset, highlighting that the idea of remote driving really is not far from reality.
B.A.R.F (Captain America: Civil War)
Binarily Augmented Retro-Framing aka B.A.R.F is a pair of holographic illusion technology that we see used in one of the most popular Marvel movies, Captain America: Civil War. The technology is a sensor-enabled pair of glasses that has the ability to transmit electromagnetic signals from the brain and translate it in front of the glasses.
One of the major technological advancements of these glasses is that they possess the ability to replay memories as a means to help cure disorders. What’s more, the glasses are able to solve criminal cases by identifying criminals. Therefore, with technology as advanced as this it could really change how the criminal system works.
To conclude, that has dominated the global box office for the last decade the MCU has offered some stellar technologies that create and innovate. However, as we have seen, these technologies are quickly becoming our reality. From remote access driving to Binarily Augmented Retro-Framing, it is exciting to see what’s in store for the future as these technologies continue to evolve.
Tech From The MCU The Marvel Cinematic Universe, also known as MCU, is one of the most legendary franchises ever made. We all know and love Marvel’s all-encompassing, never-ending multiverse of action-filled scenes. If you’ve ever watched Marvel movies, then you know the MCU is loaded with futuristic gadgets and technology. As technology continues to advance
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