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Explore the inventions, technology and ideas of science fiction writers at Technovelgy (that's tech-novel-gee!) - over 2,500 are available. Use the Timeline of Science Fiction Invention or the alphabetic Glossary of Science Fiction Technology to see them all, look for the category that interests you, or browse by favorite author / book. Browse more than 4,300 Science Fiction in the News articles.

Honda To Offer Car With Emotions
'All the doors in this spaceship have a cheerful and sunny disposition.' - Douglas Adams, 1979. (12/1/2016)
Just Eat And Starship Bring You Food Via Robot
'...its underside was studded with grilled sensors.' - Bruce Sterling, 1994. (11/30/2016)
Life In Detroit's 'Agrihood' - The First In The U.S.
'countless tiny brown circles in the green fields ...occasional ruins of ancient cities...' - Philip K. Dick, 1954. (11/29/2016)
Artificial 'Hairs' To Enhance Senses Of Robots
'Migul had extended from each of the fingertips an inch-long filament of wire...' - Ray Cummings, 1931. (11/28/2016)
The Point Of View Of An Autonomous Car
'It is safe to say that the new model almost revolutionized America in more ways than one...' - David H. Keller, 1935. (11/27/2016)
You Can't Lose The Travelmate Autonomous Suitcase - It Follows You
'...follow him as faithfully as a well-trained hound.' - John Brunner, 1975. (11/26/2016)
ibotn Toddler-Care Mini-Robot
'She's not like a machine. She's like a person. A living person.' - Philip K. Dick, 1955. (11/25/2016)
Nuclear Batteries Based On Diamonds Last Millennia
'they just package it and ship it around to wherever people want it...' - Robert Heinlein, 1982. (11/24/2016)
Eighth Sense Emotion-Responsive Cloak
'This sensitivity to mood explains the real popularity of bio-fabrics...' - JG Ballard, 1970. (11/23/2016)
British Airways To Offer An Ingestible Sensor To Passengers
The modern way to get feedback from passengers. (11/22/2016)
Unique DNA To Foil Parts Counterfeiters
'... the only molecule, a unique protein amino acid, which could not be duplicated.' - Philip K. Dick, 1965. (11/21/2016)
MIT Researchers Predict The Future From Still Photos
'What I have in this camera is not a record of what you did just now but what will go on here in the next half hour...'- Philip K. Dick, 1964. (11/20/2016)
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Mole Probe
Automated devices that seek underground routes, burrowing as they go.
(From The Man in the Maze [1969] by Robert  Silverberg)
Automated Drone Probes
Human-sized robot probes for exploration.
(From The Man in the Maze [1969] by Robert  Silverberg)
Device Replication
Manufacturing devices from a template to save space on space craft.
(From The Man in the Maze [1969] by Robert  Silverberg)
Viewing Tank
A display monitor.
(From The Man in the Maze [1969] by Robert  Silverberg)
Automatic City
A city designed to protect itself and maintain itself over millions of years.
(From The Man in the Maze [1969] by Robert  Silverberg)
Mass Detector
Hunting aid.
(From The Man in the Maze [1969] by Robert  Silverberg)
Mentanicals
Robots capable of mentation - i.e., thought.
(From The Mentanicals [1934] by Francis  Flagg)
Mentanical Communication
Thinking, learning robots have a special means of communication.
(From The Mentanicals [1934] by Francis  Flagg)
Living Machines
Robots that are able to learn.
(From The Mentanicals [1934] by Francis  Flagg)
Magnetic Pinions
Remote control electromagnetic handcuffs.
(From Worlds of Origin [1958] by Jack  Vance)
The Hub
A large space resort consisting of inhabitable bubbles in a metal framework.
(From Worlds of Origin [1958] by Jack  Vance)
Thermodyne Heat Ray
Device focuses, and projects, a heat beam.
(From A Brand New World [1942] by Ray  Cummings)
Voicewriter Screen (Computer Monitor)
A screen that displays characters.
(From Granny Won't Knit [1954] by Theodore  Sturgeon)
Robotic Conductor
A robot charged with conductor's duties aboard a bus or other public transportation.
(From Paycheck [1953] by Philip K.  Dick)
Robodore
A robot specialized for use as a stevedore, emptying the contents of ships in port.
(From Robot Unwanted [1952] by Daniel  Keyes)
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An ornithopter under development at the University of Toronto's Institute for Aerospace Studies may yet make Leonardo da Vinci's dream a reality. (re: Frank Herbert)

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Luthier Peter McGilton has used his Masters Degree in Fine Arts, and post graduate studies in classical instrument construction, to take the guitar-maker's art to truly science-fictional levels. (re: Various)

Robotic Fish From China
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