OK future-oriented INFJs and friends, what does the future look like? In a world with interplanetary travel and habitation, what do our spaceships looks like? What do the buildings of our future look like? How do we dress? What do we eat? What technology will we have? What will learning and knowledge be like? What will our health be like? I am thinking about this because I was playing a futuristic video game (Destiny) and my SO kept saying, "The ships and buildings looks like (the video game) No Man's Sky". I agree. I explained that it is probably because both games were influenced by the same 1960s and 1970s sci-fi illustrators: Roger Dean, Eddie Jones, Peter Elson, Chris Foss, Trevor Webb, John Harris, Zdzislaw Beksinski, Peter Gric and Moebius. This is a comfortable version of the future that I immediately accept as "believable". It is similar in some ways to Star Wars canon. Star Wars and Star Trek are also, obviously hugely influential in how we envision the future of space-literate humanity. Another popular version of the future is H.R. Giger - responsible for "Alien" and "Dune". His worked seemed like a key influence for "The Chronicles of Riddick", too. Or is the future stuck somewhere between Earthly destitution and inter-galactic modernism, ala Blade Runner? Do you accept these popular designs as a possibility? Or do you think things will be different? I hope to keep this thread fun and imaginative... as well as discussing real possibilities if we ever reach this technological advancement.