Loads of kids entered a competition asking what gadgets and gizmos you reckon you'll be using in years to come. Check out these pictures of the winning designs.
This one is a robotic cook called Billy that 13-year-old Robert sent in. The best ideas will be buried in a time capsule, not to be opened until 2020!
Then we'll get to see if any of the winners were right. Maybe we'll all be listening to our MP3 players through our trainers in ten years' time like 14-year-old Bethany's design...
The competition had more than 85,000 entrants. This is eight-year-old Tui, one of the winners, surrounded by loads of the forms.
Here's a calculator pen by Olivia, 11. It's a mathematical miracle that does your homework for you. We're not sure what her teachers would say about that!
Tyona who's 12 designed a Deep Diver that keeps you safe at the bottom of the ocean. If this gets invented, maybe Tyona could solve the great Loch Ness Monster mystery.
This special dryer was designed by 11-year-old Ieuan. You won't have to bother with towels any more after a shower - you can just stand by the vents, like a massive hair dryer.
It started with the Wallace and Gromit Cracking Ideas exhibition at the Science Museum. It tried to get more of you inventing. Nice work Gromit!