The site – futureleap.com – tracks the latest news regarding the game-changing projects, technologies and scientific research we read about every day on the internet by maintaining a database of these projects. It went live about a week ago. I really hope you find it interesting, informative, and useful.
Here’s a short excerpt from Future Leap’s mission statement:
“Future Leap follows projects that have the potential to change the world in a significant way.
The projects tracked by Future Leap aren’t incremental upgrades: they represent entirely new product categories, major new efforts, and bleeding-edge science. The fulfillment of one of these projects would represent a leap forward in the technological development of humanity. They will be the next major breakthroughs and first-in-class products in the fields of AI, Interfaces, Energy, Biology, Entertainment/Gaming/Movies, Space, Computing and Nanotechnology.”
There are currently about 36 projects in the Project Database, and I’m aiming for hundreds. The site’s still in a very early form. Please let me know if you have any comments/suggestions!
There’s a bit of an overlap in what I cover here at HFR Movies vs Future Leap, since Future Leap also covers significant technological developments in gaming, movies, interfaces and associated technologies. But I am for now planning on keeping both sites going as best I can…HFR Movies will remain as it is. If there’s a relevant Future Leap article pertaining to high frame rates, 8k technology, etc, then I’ll post about it here too. And vice versa.
I’ll also likely be looking for writers soon for both this site and www.futureleap.com. If you or anyone you know is passionate about this stuff, can write well, and may have an interest, please send me a message.
I hope you like Future Leap!