In the future every home will come equipped with its own conga drummer.
The Year 1999 A.D. made in 1967 by the Philco-Ford company imagines what the world of the future had in store for Earthlings. It got quite a bit right, including flat screen computer monitors, microwave ovens and buying stuff Online (“fingertip shopping”). It also predicted a future in which Wink Martindale would be an astrophysicist instead of a game show host.
The first microwave ovens (the Radarange) were introduced to the home market the year The Year 1999 A.D. was made. But they were very expensive - about $3500 in today’s dollars. So the idea of your average home having one required some predictive vision in 1967.