“Future-Drama,” from Season 16, has Bart and Homer cruising the town in their hovercar. Quantum Tunnels — a.k.a. wormholes — allow them to quickly reach their destinations. These tunnels can be a little odd at times. Homer and Bart once picked up Bender from Futurama while out and about.
However, Elon Musk has been working on the development of a project to speed up the movement of people and goods. Small pods on maglev-like rails make up the Hyperloop, a new transportation method. The Hyperloop pods are expected to reach a top speed of 750 mph thanks to the use of electromagnets to propel them ahead.
Thirty years into the future, the season 23 episode “Holidays of Futures Passed” takes place. A Medbot performs a sonogram on Maggie, who is eight months pregnant, right here. According to this, she is not allowed to perform with her band until after she has given birth.
It won’t be long until this happens for Simpsons fans. Using artificial intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things (IoT) in medicine is nothing new. As a result of the COVID-19 epidemic, telemedicine is now more than just a Zoom call.
Talking Houses in Their Complete Form
There have been a lot of amazing celebrity guests on The Simpsons, but Pierce Brosnan was one of the best. Instead of playing himself, he acted out the role of a house. The answer is yes. A house that was madly in love with Marge, in particular.
We’ve all watched Black Mirror and have Amazon Alexas in every room, so we know what the future holds for Smart Home technology. One of the many items we’ll see in the future is this completely interactive, oddly intelligent house.
Cars That Fly
The series is well-known for its many stories set in the far future. When Bart and Homer finally reconcile after a long-running feud, they decide to see the film “Itchy and Scratchy” together.
Hover cars are a common sight as people go about their daily lives. Because we’ve known for a while that hover cars have been in the works, this shows that the concept isn’t all that far-fetched.
Digital Benny the Bear
It’s a strange one. As seen in the opening episode, Lisa’s spouse was a well-behaved gentleman from England. The episode revealed that Big Ben has been digitised by the year 2010 by tracing his history. This was intended as a joke, and nothing has come of it.
While Big Ben was still operational in 2020, The Simpsons of the 1990s had no idea that Big Ben would be out of commission for so long… Maybe it won’t have the traditional analogue clock face in the future?
Food that exists only in the virtual world
In a future episode of the programme, Homer and Marge ate a virtual meal that was shown to them. Virtual food does not exist yet, although virtual reality does, if you are currently in the world.
Despite the fact that it hasn’t yet taken off globally, it could be right around the corner.