Cool. A whole website devoted to a subject I like: past depictions of the future.
Below is a magazine from the 1920’s predicting what the car of 1973 would look like:
Guess they got that wrong.
In 1969, for only $10,000, Honeywell offered a kitchen computer, which would store recipes, tell you which dishes you can make with the ingredients on hand, and balance your checkbook. You had to take a two-week course in order to use it.
Bet you feel like an idiot now if you bought one of these.