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On The Table Read, “the best creativity magazine in the UK”, as 2022 continues to see technological innovation, cloud tech creation specialists, Revolent, have found out what kids believe the future of entertainment will look like.

Statista (2022) estimated there were 1.72 bn TV households worldwide last year, with these figures expected to exceed 1.8 bn by 2026. Its clear television has been and will continue to be a part of our daily lives for a long time. However, it seems kids are expecting some improvements.

The Future Of Entertainment

Primary school pupils were asked to draw their own visions of how tech could change the world, with one of the shortlisted drawings revealing a television that prints out your delivery.

Forget watching TV for entertainment. Kids believe future models will reinvent home delivery. If you think Amazon’s prime delivery is fast, this takes it to a whole new level. With a simple click of a button, you can have your desired item with you in a matter of seconds. No more worrying about missing the delivery man, as your new purchase is beamed into existence right in front of you.

Similarly, it appears children are hoping for more from their mobile phones, with a shortlisted drawing showing a mobile phone which can dial 999 for you.

If you thought smartwatches alerting contacts when they believe the user was hurt was impressive, wait until you hear about the Zando. This smartphone has robot arms which extend out to dial the emergency services when you are in trouble. The phrase ‘lend a helping hand’ has never been so accurate.

Devices are a big part of our daily lives, with Comparitech finding the average person’s screen time is 6 hours and 57 minutes each day, so it makes sense the younger generation is hoping for considerable technological advances in how they can help us in the future.

Statistics from Revolent

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