FUTURE

by Ilya Petrov

Shaping better future
for human-kind businesses and for the good of the planet
via analytics and imagination

Science

  • Stupid questions to blockworlds

    Recently I’ve spent a decent amount of hours in several most popular metaverse/blockchain worlds. I was expecting to see no less than a construction site of the future. It felt like walking across Saturday market square on a Sunday morning: commercial and lifeless. Here are my (NOT an expert’s) questions to this: from questionable ownership to poor creators’ toolkits.

  • How to stay on top of trends

    The future is being rewritten every second. Chasing it will require more than a random glance of interest. Aside from dedication, you will need a reliable system of incoming data and a habit to think

  • Trend of the week: On-Demand Flowers

    As seen on Garden Trends Report. There is one trend report that you have to read this week, and it is “Garden: From Crisis to Innovations”. In a way, it’s about gardening, but it’s so much more. After all those voice assistants, blockchains, and metaverses, this is a completely different take on predictions. Same smart […]

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Instagram Trends 2022

  • Maximalist fashion takes over
  • Minimalist faces and natural beauty
  • Finally ready for social and AR shopping

Garden Trends 2022

  • Maximalist fashion takes over
  • Minimalist faces and natural beauty
  • Finally ready for social and AR shopping

Ecosystem Consumer Experience Trends

  • Maximalist fashion takes over
  • Minimalist faces and natural beauty
  • Finally ready for social and AR shopping

Fiction

  • Wasted. Learning Unity via doing

    It’s not my first project, but it’s a special one for sure. Once I’ve started my indie game dev journey, I’ve realised that I need to learn a lot. What is the best way of learning? Well, doing things. The task was supposed to be diverse enough to try different algorithms and complicated enough to […]