A Day in My Life in 2025

A Day in My Life in 2025

The Tomorrow Project Brazil, in collaboration with FIAP University, asked you to create original stories, videos, or illustrations that describe how you envision “A Day In My Life in the Year 2025.” Less than fifteen years from now, will we have made ourselves happier and healthier, or will we be further from it? What will “normal” mean to your children, and their children? Is humanity due for a make-over? Dare we change ourselves, and how?

FIAP’s editorial board selected 10 winning submissions. The top three submissions were awarded a Motorola RAZR i with Intel Inside® smartphone.

 
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Congratulations to the Prize Winners!

My Second ChanceLauro Elme

My Second Chance

A man returns home to a family that doesn’t recognize him, trying to piece together his memories and even his name, and feels strangely drawn to a new family.

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A Long DayGerardo Furtado

A Long Day

The discovery of an encrypted cube of DNA-reminiscent data with highly confidential information mystifies a professor and police officer.

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FillPaula Gomez

Fill 

Half-robot, half-man, Fill pays for black market enhancement surgeries using money from pilfered prescription drugs to improve his social standing.

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Dear MeIsabella Verissimo

Dear Me

Bella reads a letter from herself in the future, learning what has happened to the world and which of her adolescent dreams came true.

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The Color of Your EyesAlexandre Oliveira Silva dos Santos

The Color of Your Eyes

A terrifying creature enters through a wormhole and creates new technology to alter and possess all of mankind.

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A World of Crystal

Adnelson Campos

A World of Crystal

A professor walks through a day in a future environment made of crystal, explaining the new technologies that have advanced the world.

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Five Colors in Her HairBeatriz Vanzeto

Five Colors in Her Hair

A couple explores an abandoned museum of past technologies and muse about what innovations are still to come.

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Police of the FutureLuciel Ribeiro

Police of the Future

Police intercept a crime before it happens, preventing a double homicide.

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A Day of My Life in 2025José Silva

One Day in My Life in 2025

Aliens visit the Earth and teach humankind how to better protect its resources and be socially responsible.

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2025: A New Era for HumanityMarcelo Andrade Gavioli

2025: A New Era for Humanity

The Third World War is announced, shocking an engineer out of his technologically convenient routine.

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