Nice book-making, photographs from commercial sources, for a passe partout to scientific bonanzas of the future. In considerably more detail than Carlisle & Lathan's Miracles Ahead (Macmillan), and with lots of fancy-fetching devices, here are the latest laboratory improvements and innovations. Plastic, air conditioned cars; with living room interiors and traffic controls; houses prefabricated, portable, demountable, indestructible; glass ovens; frigidaires with freezing cabinets; home dehydrators; automatic everything, dust magnets, self-answering telephones; magic radio; helicopter and amphibious transportation of tomorrow; food (maybe you like your egg yolks blue or green to match your dining room?); clothing which never needs pressing; camping --turtle fashion -- carrying your cabin; round the world week-end (horrible invasion of privacy)...Not just ""bubble thinking"", but even if it were, fun reading. Popular science.