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futuristic

denoting or relating to design, technology, etc., that is thought likely to be current or fashionable at some future time; ultramodern
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Up front, there's an appropriately futuristically styled split-level dash, with bluetinted graphics that look pretty conventional until you peer closer and find that they're primarily geared towards advising you just how much further you can go before a charging top-up is needed.
Spazio Como, a futuristically designed multifunctional space by famed Italian architect Attilio Terragni, can host up to 350 people.
Insurance agents are not thinking futuristically enough about where they need to be in the next couple of years," Hackney says.
Why: This is where Le Corbusier drew plans, thought futuristically of urban needs and infused them with ingenuity, giving India its living laboratory of modern architecture.
Also thinking futuristically, you might see advances in skin grafting.
In this way, all geometric appearance attributes, or any other appearance attribute inclusive of chromatic or even futuristically defined attributes, could also be quantified in terms of this same designed common scale of achromatic differences.
He speaks not directly to another person, but to a computer with futuristically accurate voice-recognition that takes down his dictation in girlish cursive.
It sounds like a safe wager to me, and a futuristically neighborly one to boot.
Some developers are also looking, futuristically, toward energy scavenging systems that will harvest actual body energy to keep a system going [Editor's Note: See this month's cover story], A more currently attainable goal, however, is to enhance the battery life of neurostimulation systems using power management.
Futuristically, how is JT Steel going to continue to meet the demands on construction in Utah and the intermountain states?
He said the US assistance has been useful, but futuristically Pakistan is looking to expand trade and investment relations with the United States.
The long story of humanism--by which I mean the emergence of individual consciousness as a byproduct of our language and literature--comes to an end when we return, futuristically, to doing everything by hand.