Ever wonder what people of the 1960s thought the home office of today would look like? If so, they thought it would contain "a console that relays news via satellite from around the world, an electronic stock ticker machine, a futuristic telephone with a monitor for video chatting and a closed-circuit TV system for surveying other connected rooms in the home." Continue reading for more.
Futurists thought the living room would feature a master console capable of informing, instructing and entertaining a family. As for the technology, there would be television sets that could project 3-dimensional pictures and "stereophonic music" capable of filling up the entire room.