100 things to watch in 2014: The next big things

Forecasting the future might be a dangerous business, but for American marketing firm JWT it is what they do

100 things to watch in 2014

Every year the firm, the world's best-known marketing communications brand, tries to predict the new experiences that will enter - and, they think, start to take over - our daily lives.

Here we bring you the firm's 100 Things to Watch in 2014 list: you might not be into aerial yoga, ugly produce or African Contemporary Art just yet, but these are the trends that are coming our way (or so they reckon, anyway).

Read the list to see if you're band on trend or whether you need to catch up!

1 3D printer retail hubs

2 3D printing accessories

3 Aerial yoga

4 African contemporary art

5 Algae

6 Ambient commerce

7 Armchair travel

8 Arrested IRL development

9 Art incubators

10 Awareness TV

11 Beacons

12 Bitcoin rivals

13 Bitcoin bust out

14 Branded real estate development

15 Brands blur gender lines

16 Brands in space

17 Brazil as debutante

18 Brazilian art

19 Breath analysis

20 Catering to chemical sensitivities

21 Chinese wines

22 The circular economy

23 Cocktails on tap

24 Community supported everything

25 Contemplative computing

26 Couriers on call

27 Craft mocktails

28 Deconstructed dinners

29 Delivery wars

30 Demonising food dyes

31 Digital art

32 Digital grieving

33 Divorce parties

34 Drone regulation

35 E-cigarette regulation

36 Edible packaging

37 Equal rights for men

38 Fashion for the space age

39 Fast food Tofu

40 Feel-good fashion

41 Glaneable UI

42 Glassware

43 Godless congregations

44 Google Glass etiquette

45 Hacking’s new frontier

46 Haptic technology

47 Hashtag fatigue

48 Heads-up movement

49 Homemade babyfood delivery

50 Human touches

51 Infused ice cubes

52 Internet safety nets

53 Jumia

54 Kid-bots

55 Live broadcasts

56 Makeup salons

57 The Marijuana market

58 mEmployment

59 Messaging apps as retail channel

60 Metadata

61 Mindfulness in classrooms

62 Minimoons

63 Minute to read it

64 Needle-free vaccines

65 Oculus Rift

66 OTT TV

67 Photoshop for all

68 Podcast One

69 Privacy by design

70 Privacy marketplace

71 Regional ethnic cuisine

72 Robotic security guards

73 Role-playing adventures

74 Savory yoghurt

75 Seamless payments

76 Semiautonomous cars

77 Sensory literacy as core curriculum

78 Sight-running

79 Smart vending machines

80 Snail slime

81 Sochi’s third coming

82 The social divide

83 Soju

84 Speaking visually

85 Sports mashups

86 Stealth health

87 Survival of the focused

88 Tablet-first TV

89 Techno-paranoia

90 Telediagnostics

91 Telepresence robots

92 Traditional folk clothing

93 Ugly produce

94 Unconventional models

95 Vaping lounges

96 Vegetable co-stars

97 Verified reviewers

98 Virtual stickers come to life

99 Xbox programming

100 Xiaomi

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