Unit 1: Research Paper 1: Paradigm Shift
In this research paper I will be talking about cell phone technology and how I think it might change the way we live in 20 years. I will be talking about how cell phones will be used in the medical field by doctors, how we will use them for entertainment purposes, and how we will use them for connecting to our family in everyday life. I will also talk about what might prevent this technology from advancing and become obsolete.
Cell phones have come a long way since the first call was made April 3, 1973 by Martin Cooper. The first cell phones were big and bulky, so big that they weighed a little more than 2lbs. They ...view middle of the document...
But to do a full panel test they have to send the sample off to a big lab. But in twenty years the doctors will be able to simply pull out the cell phone out and run all the labs right from the palm of they’re hand. No more waiting a week or two to the results of your blood work.
I believe that in twenty years we won’t have to go to the movie theaters anymore. We will be able to watch new blockbuster movies from our phone. All you will have to do is pull your phone out and put in your credit card and then your can watch a new movie on your phone. You won’t have to go to movie theater anymore, they will even have special glasses that will make it seem like you’re looking at a big screen, but just don’t do it while you’re driving. This is how I believe the future will be for the cell phone and entertainment market.
The next twenty years are going to be amazing for the cell phone market. The new cell phones that are coming out are insanely advanced, phones are coming out with heart rate monitors, fingerprint scanners and eye tracking technology. I believe that in twenty years phones will have holographic technology, where you get a call and then a hologram image...