CNET Top 5: Sci-Fi tech now real at CES
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CNET Top 5: Sci-Fi tech now real at CES

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We take a look at some of the futuristic TV shows and movies that predicted the tech we saw finally saw with our own eyes at CES 2014.

As a CES first timer this year, I couldn�t help but feel a sense of dejavoux as I wandered through the exhibits looking at gadgets that at some point I�d already seen on my TV screen. Hey guys its Vanessa Hand Orellana from CNET en Espa�ol in for Donald Bell, and this week we�re taking a look at the top five TV shows and movies that best predicted the tech trends of 2014. BODY _________________________________________________________________________ 5. Minority Report Coming in at number five, we have Minority Report. This futuristic thriller came out more than a decade ago and wowed us with touchless gesture controlling. Who can forget where Tom Cruise swipes through screens of informations as an agent who�s been accused of a crime he hasn�t yet committed. And while we can�t catch criminals before they strike, touchless controlling is now a reality. At CES this year we saw Elliptic labs using ultrasound technology to click through a Windows 8 display on a laptop, and they weren�t the only ones experimenting with this. 4. James Bond franchise At number four, the name�s Bond... James Bond In the franchise, Double 007 is always debuting the latest technology thanks to Quartermaster Q, the King of Gadgets. In 1997, Pierce Brosnan gets a phone with a fingerprint scanner and a touchpad to control his BMW. And while the brick of a phone seems outdated, and the movie was subpar, the actual technology was spot on. We saw touch ID debuting on our smartphones last year, and at CES this year we saw a driverless Audi and Range Rover fit into tight parking spots with the touch of phone app. Did I mention the BMW controlled by a galaxy gear? Although thats getting into Nightrider territory. 3. Star Trek Coming in at number three we have Star Trek. Remember the scene where Captain Jean Luc Picard materializes a cup of tea. on the replicator? With the surge of consumer faced 3D printers you can now buy your very own replicator that prints everything but the Earl Gray. Makerbot showed off their Replicator mini at CES this year for $1,375 at CES or the next model up for $2,899 . Soon enough we�ll be able to print out food in low gravity environments or body parts mid surgery. 2. Back to the Future 2 Second on our list is a movie 80s kids like myself will remember fondly� Back to the Future 2. In the sequel, the Delorean is at it again taking Marty and the Doc 30 years into the future� the year: 2015. Now, I don�t have a time machine, but I�m pretty sure I can tell you what 2015 looks like. Remember the McFly family dinner, the kids decked out in their wearable tech answering calls with their glasses. Compared to the Google glass these things look chunky and dated, but they do have a slight resemblance to the Oculus Rift, the virtual-reality gaming headset making waves at CES. The movie also predicted flat screen smart tvs with multiple viewing screens and video chat. But in all seriousness where in great scott is my hoverboard? 1. The Jetsons And ringing in at number one� The Jetsons The show was a novelty in an of itself as the first program ever to be broadcast in color on ABC in 1962. The Jetsons were your typical family in 2062, mom, day, two kids, their dog astro, and the trusty maid Rosie. Now we don�t have a robot with an apron doing our chores, but we do have video chat, robotic vacuums, and smart appliances that can be controlled remotely with our phones. Samsung and LG were a few of many to show off these connected homes of the future at CES. OUT _______________________________________________________________________________ And there you have them the five futuristic flicks that first debuted the technology we saw at CES. There are a lot of more didn�t make it on this list so send me a tweet with your favorite or post on the comments below. Don�t forget to check out all our complete coverage from teh consumer electronics show and more of our top fives at CNET.com/top5. For CNET, Im Vanessa Hand Orellana. Top 5: Pel�culas y series que inspiraron la tecnolog�a de CES INTRO ___________________________________________________________ Fue mi primera vez en la feria de electr�nica de consumo conocida como CES en Las Vegas, pero mucha de la tecnolog�a que vi all� se me hizo muy conocida... cosas que ya hab�a visto en la tele en alg�n momento. Hola c�mo est�n, soy Vanessa Hand Orellana para CNET en espa�ol con las cinco series o pel�culas que inspiraron la tecnolog�a de CES 2014. BODY _________________________________________________________________________ 5. Minority Report, o Sentencia Previa Comencemos con la n�mero cinco: Sentencia Previa o Minority Report. La pel�cula nos apantall� hace m�s de una d�cada con la tecnolog�a para controlar informaci�n con gestos. Pero la escena cuando Tom Cruise comienza a desplazarse entre pantallas con los brazos parec�a estar lejos de convertirse en realidad. Y aunque a�n no podemos detectar qui�n va a cometer un crimen antes de tiempo, ya podemos controlar nuestras pantallas sin tocarlas. En una demostraci�n en CES, la empresa Elliptic Labs mostr� c�mo controlar una computadora con Windows 8 utilizando tecnolog�a de ultrasonido, y no son los �nicos desarrollando este m�todo de navegaci�n. http://news.cnet.com/8301-11386_3-57548636-76/bringing-minority-report- touchless-gestures-to-windows-8/ http://news.cnet.com/8301-11386_3-57548636-76/bringing-minority-report-touchless- gestures-to-windows-8/ 4. La serie de filmes de James Bond En posici�n n�mero cuatro. Bond� James Bond. En estas pel�culas el guap�simo agente cero cero siete siempre ten�a lo �ltimo en tecnolog�a para esp�as gracias a Q, el rey de los gadgets. En la pel�cula El Ma�ana Nunca muere, de 1997, James Bond tiene un tel�fono con un sensor de huellas digitales y un colch�n t�ctil para controlar su lujoso BMW. El tel�fono parece un ladrillo comparado con nuestros smartphones actuales, pero s� le pegaron en cuanto a la tecnolog�a. El 2013 nos trajo el Touch ID y este a�o en CES vimos un Audi y un RangeRover estacionarse sin conductor por medio de un app en un smartphone. �Y ya les cont� sobre el BMW que se controla con un Galaxy Gear? Aunque esto ya ser�a m�s al estilo de Nightrider (Auto fant�stico/ El Auto Incre�ble) Tomorrow never dies http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=smou7nQTcis Q�s gadgets http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=knSw_q6CTns 3. Star Trek Iba a recibir cartas de odio de los trequis si no inclu�a este tercero de nuestra lista. Viaje a las estrellas (Star Trek). �Recuerdan la escena cuando el Capit�n Jean-Luc Picard materializa una taza de t� con el �replicador�? En CES vimos una cantidad de impresoras 3D que ya est�n disponibles para consumo general para imprimir todo... menos un t� caliente. Makerbot vende el Replicator mini por $1,375 o tiene una versi�n m�s lujosa por $2,899. Esta tecnolog�a est� todav�a en pa�ales, pero Aseguran que pronto podremos imprimir comida en en el espacio o hasta huesos postizos a media cirug�a. http://cnettv.cnet.com/makerbot-prints-future-ces-2014/9742-1_53-50161454.html http://cnettv.cnet.com/makerbot-newest-3d-printer-massive-z18/9742-1_53- 50161382.html 2. Back to the Future 2 EN segundo lugar, tenemos un cl�sico de los a�os ochenta.... como yo� Volver al futuro II. En la secuela, Marty y el Doc vuelven al DeLorean, pero esta vez los lleva 30 a�os en el futuro. Al a�o� 2015. Confieso que no he comprado una m�quina de tiempo, pero estoy casi segura que les puedo decir c�mo la tecnolog�a de 2015. La cena en la casa de los McFly, cuando los chicos est�n haciendo llamadas desde sus gafas extra�as no estaba lejos de los actuales Google Glass que pronto tendr�n esta funci�n. Aunque en dise�o me recuerdan m�s a los Oculus Rift, las gafas de realidad virtual que llamaron mucho la atenci�n en CES. La pel�cula tambien nos mostr� los televisores inteligentes que permiten ver varias pantallas en uno y hacer llamadas de video. Pero hablando en serio, �cu�ndo me voy a poder comprar una patineta voladora? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Km6bFBSVty4 1. The Jetsons Y en primer lugar� Los supers�nicos La serie fue novedad cuando lanz� en 1962, no s�lo por mostrar escenas del futuro, sino porque adem�s fue el primer programa que sali� a todo color en la cadena ABC. Los Jetsons eran la t�pica familia del 2062: el pap�, la mam� ama de casa, los dos ni�os, el perro astro, y Rossie, la robo-empleada dom�stica. Yo por lo menos todav�a no tengo un robot con delantal limpi�ndome la casa, pero ya tenemos robots que aspiran y limpian el piso y hasta electrodom�sticos inteligentes que se comunican con nosotros a trav�s de nuestros dispositivos. Samsung y LG fueron solo dos ejemplos de empresas que presumieron estos hogares conectados del futuro en CES. http://www.funnyordie.com/videos/af6510d14b/the-jetsons-season-2-volume-1-rosie- flipped http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1oDaHRbIDH8 OUT _______________________________________________________________________________ All� los tienen, las cinco series o pel�culas del futuro que nos dieron un adelanto a la tecnolog�a que ver�amos en el 2014. Aunque s�lo pude poner cinco en esta lista, s� que hay much�simos ejemplos m�s as� que los invito a escribirme un mensaje en twitter con sus favoritos. Y no se pierdan toda nuestra cobertura de CES 2015, al igual que otros top 5 en nuestra pagina de internet CNET.com/es. Para CNET en espa�ol, soy Vanessa Hand Orellana.

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