A Prediction Of The Near Future (Vision Video)

Predicting What The Gigabit Home Of The Future Will Be Like

Vision videos are a great way to share a prediction of the future. I've written before about the vision video's that I've been part of including Roku's Reward (2006) and Corning “A Day Made of Glass” (2011). Today, we are releasing a new vision video, The Near Future Network, that tells the story of the “Gigabit Home”.

Prediction Near Future Network Vision Video

In this vision video, we share our prediction on the innovations that will take advantage of gigabit and multi-gigabit services in your home.

Given that 50% of US homes have at least one technology from CableLabs, most consumers have no idea we exist or that we are the innovators behind the high speed broadband in their homes. With some recent advancements in broadband speeds enabled by our work on DOCSIS 3.1, in the future consumers will have access to 10 Gigabit speeds.

What will you do with a multi-gigabit network to your home? It's the number one question I get asked.

So what does the future look like? Check out the Near Future Network vision video ..

To help explain the vision and technologies behind what is in the vision video, we created a “Behind The Technology” video.

If you would like to learn more about our thinking on the Near Future Network, check out TheNearFuture.Network where we have posted more details on the technology and the vision.

 

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5 thoughts on “A Prediction Of The Near Future (Vision Video)

    • Thanks … My hope is that this inspires others to think about “what could be” and then to help invent the future …

  1. Hi Phil,
    I also would like to create such a video for our company. Do you have any details that you could share on process of creating such a video? (how did you research and select the “right” scenarios?, etc).

    Best wishes from Austria,
    Martin

    • 1) Identify clearly who the audience is for your video and the objective (inspirational, motivational, informative, etc)
      2) Understand the stories that are important for your audience
      3) Create you ‘innovation’ timeline that looks out .. listen to: http://killerinnovations.com/6-steps-to-creating-better-predictions-of-the-future-s11-ep44/
      4) Draft a ‘new’ story of the future with scenario’s that achieve the objective
      5) Storyboard the stories and ‘test’ them
      6) Hire/work with a top notch production crew …

      We are more than willing to help … drop us a note and we can get on the phone. phil AT philmckinney DOT com