No 2. Robots
The robot industry is fast catching up with Hollywood movies and every now and then a robot is made which ca precisely replicate some human action such as expression, flexibility and even emotion. Expect some good innovation in this decade.
No 1. Clothing
Nano-fibres will make garments tremendously more comfortable and durable. “By this process the textile products can be made more attractive, strong and responsive to customers’ choice.” And then there are clothes that can extract energy from your physical movements. “The fiber-based nanogenerator would be a simple and economical way to harvest energy from physical movement,” said Zhong Lin Wang, a Regents professor in the School of Materials Science and Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology. “If we can combine many of these fibers in double or triple layers in clothing, we could provide a flexible, foldable and wearable power source that, for example, would allow people to generate their own electrical current while walking.”
Furthermore, it is a good bet that soon enough we might be wearing clothes that are so much water repellant that soaking them in water for even a month will not wet them.