Each week Nikolas Badminton, Futurist Speaker, summarizes the top-5 future looking developments and news\u00a0items that I find to be inspiring, interesting, concerning, or downright strange. Each day he reads through dozens of blogs and news websites to find those things that we should be aware of.In Future Trends – Magic Leap, Cyborgs and Pok\u00e9mon GO\u00a0we look at the trends that we should be aware of today, July 15th, 2016. How\u00a0bones can be printed from stem cells, cyborg stingrays, and\u00a0Pok\u00e9mon GOing crazy.A leap into mixed reality (Magic Leap)Magic Leap is coming and we may see it in 2016 (something I have been saying for sometime now).Watch this amazing 3D bioprinter make artificial bones from scratchIf 3D printing is already impacting manufacturing today, what breakthroughs could bioprinting \u2014 or printing any mix of organic and inorganic materials \u2014 achieve tomorrow? In a recent video, a basic prototype of the Aether 1 bioprinter is shown printing two bones connected by a tendon using six materials that include synthetic bone, conductive ink, stem cells and graphene oxide.While bioprinted organs are still a long way off \u2014 this video offers a glimpse into that future.Via SingularityHUBWith gold and rat heart cells, scientists make a robot stingrayA team of researchers,\u00a0led by Sung-Jin Park and Professor Kevin Kit Parker\u00a0at the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering at Harvard, have found a way to meld bioinspiration with robotics and cybernetics with the creation of a fully controllable robotic ray that uses light-activated rat muscle cells to swim. Their research has just been published in Science, and it\u2019s impressive. And also adorable.Via IEEE SpectrumPok\u00e9mon\u00a0Go players are waging war over the White HouseFor the last week, Pok\u00e9mon Go players have been taking part in a secret battle to gain control of the most visible and coveted gym in the entire country: the White House.As you probably already know, Pok\u00e9mon Go is an augmented reality game that makes use of real-world locations. Most locales are flagged as simple Pokestops, where players can collect resources, but some landmarks, which the game calls gyms, are more special than that. At gyms, players can take control of a venue much like they can in Foursquare, except the only way to maintain leadership here is through battles. The most powerful trainers can install their Pok\u00e9monteam to defend the gym in question, and their chosen monsters will stay at that locale until they are defeated. Challengers can drop by the gym at any time to fight gym leaders, and if new contender is victorious, not only will they gain XP, they also have a chance to claim the throne. Since Pok\u00e9mon Go also allows players to join a team, gyms end up being hotbeds for competition and dominance.Wouldn\u2019t you know it, Pok\u00e9mon Go lists the White House as a gym, as most of the world found out after the following image of a Blastoise went viral:Via KOTAKUCan a robot mend a lonely heart?“Perhaps I have been alone for too long,” writes the self-described 34-year-old from Germany. “Perhaps I have found in my dolls what I was looking for in vain among humans for an even longer time. Being a quiet man myself, my two silent companions and I [are] getting along quite well.”Via CNET***Nikolas Badminton is a world-respected futurist speaker that researches, speaks, and writes about the future of work, how technology is affecting the workplace, how workers are adapting, the sharing economy, and how the world is evolving. He appears at conferences in Canada, USA, UK, and Europe.\u00a0Email him to book him for your radio, TV show, or conference.