Tomorrow’s technology today is what we’re seeing at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Audi has an idea that will make the ride much more interesting for passengers in the back seat. They’ll be able to strap on virtual reality glasses for a life-like experience of movies, videos, and games. Their technology goes beyond the typical virtual reality experience. This Audi adventure adopts the virtual content to the movements of a vehicle in real time. So, if the car makes a right turn, whatever’s going on in the goggles also makes a right turn.They’re planning to use an open platform, so other carmakers and developers can get in on the action. Look for it in about three years.