Films Then blogger.com One of the most popular films of the '60s was the lovely Mary Poppins. Still incredibly popular today, it celebrates its 50th anniversary this year! Films Now static.comicvine.com Marvel is currently dominating the movie landscape, releasing a few big films each year. So far in 2014, we've had Captain America: The Winter Soldier, and Guardians of the Galaxy has performed incredibly over its opening weekend. Video Games Then blogs.smithsonianmag.com This is Table Tennis, on the Magnavox Odyssey. Most of what you're seeing isn't actually the game - the court, the stick figure players, even the green... all of that is on a cutout that you stuck on the TV screen. Without it, it was entirely black and white and looked like this. Video Games Now main.makeuseoflimited.netdna-cdn.com This badass little thing is the Oculus Rift, and it promises to revolutionise video games as we know them. Other virtual reality sets are in development as well, such as Sony's Project Morpheus. Toys Then p2.la-img.com This early Barbie is the kind of thing nightmares are made of. Toys Now ecx.images-amazon.com Whereas this one looks like a rainbow has vomited all over it. But at least it's "Hair-Tastic"! Sports Then dv.is In 1966, Bobbies Moore and Charlton led the England squad to victory in the World Cup, beating West Germany 4–2 in the final. Sports Now img.bleacherreport.net 48 years of hurt later, England are knocked out at the group stages. Germany destroy the competition, and win the title for the first time as a single, united nation. TV Then olddoctorwho.com First broadcast the day after JFK was assassinated, "An Unearthly Child" was the name of the first Doctor Who story, with William Hartnell as the First Doctor. TV Now i.telegraph.co.uk Oh. Well, I guess not everything has changed a great deal. This year sees Peter Capaldi taking the helm, as Doctor Who celebrates its 51st anniversary. Boybands Then visitwesthollywood.com The Beatles. Need we say more? Boybands Now bopandtigerbeat.com Just because something is different, it doesn't mean it's necessarily better. Case in point: One Direction. Shopping Then theimaginaryworld.com Well okay, that looks pretty pleasant, I have to admit... but there's not much variety, is there? Where's the kale? How on earth am I going to get my organic quinoa?! Shopping Now evoke-kiosks.co.uk / Via evoke-kiosks.co.uk Nowadays, we don't even have to leave the house to get the food in – we can do it all online. But if we do feel like going out, interactive kiosks have helped to speed things up a bit at the checkout.Don't upset the Tesco ones though, or you will face the wrath of "UNEXPECTED ITEM IN BAGGING AREA." Chores Then teamjimmyjoe.com Er... The less said about that advert, the better. But look at that old Hoover - a thing of utilitarian beauty, no? Chores Now blogsdir.cms.rrcdn.com Who needs to break their back vacuuming when a Roomba can do it for you? There's no chance that could ever go wrong. No way. Phones Then themuseum.co.uk As nice as this shiny little number is, I can't see how it would fit in your pocket. And how do you play Angry Birds? Phones Now androidcentral.com With way more processing power than the most powerful computers of the '60s, today's smartphones are incredible little things. And you can still call people, believe it or not! Space Travel Then i.imgur.com The '60s saw a few huge steps in terms of space travel. Russian cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin was the first person to orbit the Earth in 1961, and in '69 Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin took humanity's first steps on the Moon. Space Travel Now i2.cdn.turner.com Though it's still being argued about, it's generally accepted that Voyager 1 – which launched just eight years after the Moon landing – finally left our solar system last year. It's currently about 12 billion miles away. Incredible. Holidays Then i.dailymail.co.uk Though that might look like a tropical get away, it's actually the sleepy seaside town of Newquay, in Cornwall. Dig those funky swimming caps. Holidays Now feelgoodholidays.co.uk It's so easy to travel abroad nowadays. Get onto Google, search for where in the world you want to go, and get on a plane. You can go anywhere, from Stockholm to Sri Lanka. Pass the suncream!