Last year we finally got the Nike's Self-Tying Shoes. This year Mattel is making a Hoverboard that "glides" over "most surfaces." We already have multiple TV channels and a bunch of other things, but there is some tech that we're missing.
3. Retrofitted Flying Cars
Flying cars have been a staple of science-fiction futurism for decades. There are some flying cars available, but they're incredibly expensive and impractical. BTTF2 took it to another level. What if you could buy a kit and just convert your clunker to a flying car? What car would you change into a flying car?
5. Hands-Free Video Games
6. Mr. Fusion
We have retro 50s diners all over the place, but we don't enough retro 80s diners. It would be easy too. M.C. Hammer could wait tables. Speaking of waiters...
11. All-Natural Plastic Surgery
Plastic surgery can be expensive and messy. In BTTF2 Doc Brown "went to a rejuvenation clinic and got an all-natural overhaul. They took out some wrinkles, did a hair repair, a change of blood." Sure we can take out wrinkles and change noses, but how many are all-natural and organic? I'd love to see a Vegan hair transplant. Would you change something if it was quick, easy and good for the environment?
What technology from Back to the Future II, or any future movie, would like to see? What would you do with it?