Forget flying cars, in the 1910s, science-fiction writers and fantasists envisioned underwater blimp carriages attached to blue whales, cruise ships that could turn into trains, and personal winged jetpacks. While these inventions have not been delivered as promised (I’m also still waiting on my hoverboard), inventors and entrepreneurs continue to predict wild changes in how we travel. A new infographic from Globehunters reveals what we can expect in the next hundred years of progress, from passport-less travel to trips to the moon.