There is much fictional technology that should be real throughout the world of science fiction and fantasy. Part of the fun of these devices is that they are so far removed from our reality. Hoverboards and memory scanners would look a lot less impressive onscreen if we already used them in our everyday lives.
However, tech that doesn’t exist can even be inspiring for real world inventors and scientists. In a few decades, these devices might be very real.
Transporters Taken form the hit series Star Trek. This device would be able to instantaneously transport someone from one location to another location.
Holodeck Another device from the Star Trek series. This is an advanced virtual reality machine that allows the user to live out whatever fantasy they have in a very realistic environment.
Flying Cars Flying cars have been highlighted in many movies like Blade Runner, The Fifth Element and so on. Such an invention would definitely cut down on the congestion during morning and evening commutes.
Holograms Made very popular by the appearance in the Star Wars film. This technology allows persons to send prerecorded hologram messages or talk in real time, much like a Skype call.
Batsuit The suit transforms an ordinary individual into a superhero as it usually equipped with some kind of powered exoskeleton, augmented reality computer, cape, and body armor.
TARDIS From Doctor Who, this device would be able to transport the occupant or occupants (as it is much larger than it looks) anywhere in the known universe at any point in time, whether in the past, present or future.
Lightsabers The weapon of choice from the Star Wars movies, this is a sword made with plasma beam blades. They would have to be serious controls in place so that minors would not be able to access these.
Memory Scanner Designed to retrieve memories as it scans the users brain for any specific memory and then projects the images unto a screen.
Express Tubes These are pneumatic tubes that function much like present day Hyperloop pods, zipping riders to and from their desired locations at impressive speeds.