Who does not know with Doraemon, Fujiko works magic cat figures brothers were popular in the 80s and 90s. This cat robot is said to have originated from the 22nd century that was sent into the 21st century through a time machine, to a boy in Japan named Nobita.
With his magic pocket, Doraemon stores a number of magical gadgets. This equipment has a variety of functions that allow humans to do many things, including activities that are not possible, such as flying or disappearing.
In the past, Doraemon’s tools were limited to imagination. That is, unavailable or not yet created. But along with the times, a number of Doraemon gadgets are indirectly created.
Summarized geekandtech from various sources, Sunday (11/2/2018), the following nine Doraemon gadgets that now become real, and can be used by humans.
This tool is the most phenomenal tool in the Doraemon series. Made of medium-sized bamboo, this tool can take its users anywhere by air way by attaching it to the body.
The shape is small and can be put into the bag to make bamboo propellers can be taken anywhere. Usually, Doraemon and his friends put this tool on the head.
In real life, gadgets such as bamboo blades have been made by a Japanese company, GEN Corporation. This tool is named GEN H4.
Unlike the small Doraemon bamboo propeller, the GEN H4 has almost the same size as the human body. This tool is equipped with two rotary counter rotors as applied to helicopters, and one cockpit seat without a windshield.
This tool was created to meet the expectations of personal flights. Even H4 was also sold in the market at a price of 85,000 US dollars. But unfortunately, the development of this tool is not continued, due to lack of funds.
2. “Konyaku” translator
When traveling to a foreign country, Doraemon always uses translator “Konyaku”. This tool is a kind of gel that can make users who have eaten it to understand all kinds of languages.
In real life, “konyaku” function was replaced by a translator machine like Google Translate. Using Internet network and artificial intelligence system, this tool can translate words into more than 100 languages.
Initially, this translator can only be used while on the desktop. In addition, to translate a word or phrase, the user must type it first.
But now the mobility is more dynamic. Because foreign words that are in a picture can be translated with the help of a smartphone camera.
Lately the translator is getting more sophisticated. Through the Google Pixel Buds tool, Google’s translator is able to translate directly into the user’s ear, while the other person is talking.
3. Mecha maker
When Nobita wants a remote control ship , Doraemon lends a tool called Mecha Maker. This tool can print any object in 3 dimensional form.
The trick is to include a design image or a particular object to use as material to be printed. By Nobita, this tool is used for printing remote control toys.
Now, the tool has been circulating in the market. It’s a 3-dimensional printer (3D printer). This tool can print anything that is inserted through a CAD computer.
Through a computer system connected to the printer, the printer is capable of printing 3-dimensional objects using a number of materials.
Typically, 3D printers are used by companies engaged in the design field.
4. Dream reader machine
In the series, this tool is released by Doraemon when Nobita can not sleep. This tool can peek at anyone’s dream and run through a screen.
In the real world, A scientist from the United States managed to create a dream reader machine. The device is called NeuroSky.
Slightly different from Doraemon’s dream-reading engine, NeuroSky does not display a visual form of a dream, but a graph that must be interpreted on its own.
That’s why this machine is equipped with a bandana that can detect brain waves generated during sleep. That way, NeuroSky can guess the dreams a person experiences through the alpha wave and gamma frequency graphs displayed on the screen.