One of the many problems with our current world is that we are emitting tons of CO2 into the air that causes global warming and climate change, which could ultimately result in catastrophic results for our planet.
With this in mind, researchers have developed a new and extremely exciting technology that can remove 99% of the CO2 from the air, with absolutely no harmful effects. With this promising technology on its way, we might be able to save our planet from irreversible destruction.
What is the Game Changing Technology?
The Game Changing Technology is the Blockchain. Blockchain is a distributed database that allows for secure, transparent and tamper-proof transactions. It was invented by an anonymous person or group of people under the name Satoshi Nakamoto in 2008.
With Blockchain, there is no need for a central authority to manage transactions. This means that information can be tracked and verified without the need for a third party. The technology has already been used in a number of industries such as finance, healthcare, shipping and food safety. There are also plans to use it in the entertainment industry.
The Potential of the Game Changing Technology
There is a new game-changing technology that is set to transform the way we live. This technology is called Augmented Reality (AR). AR is a mode of digital reality that uses computer-generated images to overlay real-world objects and surfaces with virtual content. This could have a massive impact on how we live and work, and could even change the way we think about entertainment.
The potential of AR was first demonstrated in the late 1990s by Jaron Lanier, who created a system called “virtual reality goggles.” However, it wasn’t until 2012 that AR really started to take off. That year, Facebook released its first AR app called “Mozart in the Jungle.” Since then, there has been a flurry of new AR apps and platforms, including Apple’s ARKit and Samsung’s Gear VR.
AR has already begun to change the way we use technology. For example, McDonald’s has started using AR to create custom food menus for customers in their restaurants. This allows customers to see exactly what their meal will look like before they order it, saving them time and money.
AR also has potential applications in healthcare. For example, doctors could use it to view X-rays or scans