PopSci’s Future of Magazines Contest: The Best Entries So Far

There's still time to share your vision and enter to win a Samsung Galaxy Tab. Find all the information on our Facebook page

There’s still time to enter our Future of Magazines contest over on Facebook, where you could win a Samsung Galaxy Tab. That is, if your ideas for the future of magazines is on par with some of our favorite entrants so far. See those in the gallery below, and find more info on the contest over on Facebook.

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Douglas Dickie

Apple iGlasses with OLED transparent lenses that can be Kinect style in front of your face with 2 cameras on the iGlasses. So it can be a touch interface and the iPhone can double as a mouse with Mobile mouse pro.

Steve Grossbard

The future of all computing will be through a merger of technology and biology. The technology exists for wireless contact lenses to transmit computer images and data directly into the eyes.

Gavin Reilly

The future of magazines lies in the evolution of gadgets that are already a norm in society. Adding a micro-projector and camera (gesture based) into Bluetooth headsets would create a powerful new device. The headset would link to the user’s cell phone.

Isaac Williams

I hope to be reading PopSci on a flexible fabric based device that will be very much like a glossy magazine. It will be solar powered and full color with video and wi-fi. I also hope it is touch sensitive and waterproof.

Nikro Sergiu

My idea is that in 20 years from now, middle end or low end devices used for browsing (especially magazines) will be small devices that will be placed on peoples’ necks and will project the image on a surface and/or directly in the air at a certain distance.

Tim Kraaijvanger

In the future everyone will carry a tablet computer. A tablet can project holographic images on a table, so people can view a video, object or picture in three dimensions. Magazines become more interactive, so people can place comments or tips.

Billy Hagood

The E-Panion lifts the burden of lugging around gadgets all together. The E-Panion flies/hovers in the general vicinity of the user, projecting fully interactive holograms in midair or flat video-like images for smaller, more confined spaces.

Sam Coleman

In 20 years, my 3D printer will print PopSci out as a flexible multitouch display. It will include zoomable pictures, 2D, and 3D video. With the return to 4D (aka tactile objects), models of the articles’ subjects will print out also.

William Reilly

I envision a full time satellite connected cranial implant with ocular and aural connection that is thought controlled. This device would allow thought controlled web surfing at all times. No need for cell phones…it’s built in.