A look back…at the future of mobility

We’ve already taken a look at misinterpretations of the future in a previous article. Whether in future visions of a German chocolate company to the somewhat peculiar ideas of the smart home of tomorrow. Today, let’s take a look at the future of mobility.


Self-driving cars

Source: r/RetroFuturismSelf-driving cars are on everyone’s lips, and for many years people have had an optimistic view of the autonomous future. But this cozy game night under the glass dome is heading in a whole new direction. It will be a while before we achieve this kind of autonomy, but it’s nice to see how creative the artist was back in 1960.


The pedestrians of the future

Source: Walter Molino

At least since the pandemic, we all want to retreat a little bit and build up distance to the other participants of public life. This vision of life in 2022 by Walter Molino from 1962 shows a whole new kind of social distancing and would be an option for the next year – even if one would hope for it a little differently.


An interactive guide

Source: r/RetroFuturism


A bit reminiscent of a slide projector, this vision of the navigation system is a bit impractical after all. However, the screen size of the Nav-O-Mate is very close to that of the display at Tesla – so perhaps a solution for a retro version of the innovative car company.



Post picture: Bruce Mccall

Alexander Pinker
Alexander Pinkerhttps://www.medialist.info
Alexander Pinker is an innovation profiler, future strategist and media expert who helps companies understand the opportunities behind technologies such as artificial intelligence for the next five to ten years. He is the founder of the consulting firm "Alexander Pinker - Innovation Profiling", the innovation marketing agency "innovate! communication" and the news platform "Medialist Innovation". He is also the author of three books and a lecturer at the Technical University of Würzburg-Schweinfurt.

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