Science Fiction
Technology
Alpha List :

A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  J  K  L  M  N  O  P  Q  R  S  T  U  V  W  X  Y  Z

Science Fiction
Technology
By Year:

1600-1899
1900-1939
1940's   1950's
1960's   1970's
1980's   1990's
2000's   2010's

Select
Technovelgy
And News By Topic

Agriculture
Armor
Artificial Intelligence
Biology
Clothing
Communication
Computers
Culture
Data Storage
Displays
Engineering
Entertainment
Food
Input Devices
Lifestyle
Living Space
Manufacturing
Material
Media
Medical
Miscellaneous
Robotics
Security
Space Tech
Spacecraft
Surveillance
Transportation
Travel
Vehicle
Virtual Person
Warfare
Weapon
Work

Friendly Sites
Project Rho
The Eternal Golden Braid
Frolix_8
Posthuman Blues
pasta and vinegar
Velcro City Tourist Board

Atomic Rockets
html-kit favicon

Home | Glossary | Author | Book | Timeline | New

Explore the inventions, technology and ideas of science fiction writers at Technovelgy (that's tech-novel-gee!) - over 2,400 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 4,100 Science Fiction in the News articles.

Survival Seed Vault Low Cost Life Bank
'They existed in the Life Bank, as did virtually every plant...'- John Varley, 1977. (7/30/2014)
PoseiDrone Tentacled Undersea Robot Like HG Wells'
'Its motion was so swift, complex, and perfect that at first I did not see it as a machine...'- HG Wells, 1898. (7/29/2014)
Bionic Hand Provides 'Lifelike' Sensations, Like Luke Skywalker's
A fictional scene becomes reality in just thirty-five years. (7/28/2014)
Man-Made Space Leaf Creates Oxygen From Water And Light
'What better purifying machine is there than... grass?'- George O. Smith, 1942. (7/27/2014)
Robot With Broken Leg Learns To Walk Again
Robots that learn to walk again are now on the march. (7/26/2014)
World's First Android Newscaster (Video)
'The autonomic TV interviewer, camera in its hand, blocked his path.'- Philip K. Dick, 1965. (7/25/2014)
Japan Invites Robot Athletes To Gather For 2020 Olympics
It's time we started to get rid of that distinction between metal and flesh, and IC and neuron, don't you think? (7/24/2014)
CV Dazzle Anti-Surveillance Make-Up
'Let's hear it for the vague blur!'- Philip K. Dick, 1977. (7/23/2014)
LG Display's 18 Inch Flexible OLED Panel Is Awesomely Cool
'...a wide sheet of clear material suddenly flared with light and swirling color.'- EC Tubb, 1958. (7/22/2014)
Tiniest Microphone Inspired By Fly
'Transmitting to its manipulator, far away now, all that it heard through its ear microphones...'- Raymond Z. Gallun, 1936. (7/21/2014)
NASA's Highway In The Sky For Drones
Jeff Bezos may find that there are rules to drones. (7/20/2014)
Palcohol Powdered Alcohol - Try Or Ban?
'I had a small can of powdered alcohol disguised as tooth powder...' - Harry Harrison, 1970. (7/19/2014)
Read all stories... 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
Robutler
A robotic butler.
(From The Stainless Steel Rat's Revenge [1970] by Harry  Harrison)
Spacelanes Traffic Jam
Fanciful description of commuters in space.
(From Sales Pitch [1954] by Philip K.  Dick)
Nerve Machine
A device that delivers pure pain via neural currents.
(From The Stainless Steel Rat's Revenge [1970] by Harry  Harrison)
Transparent Overalls
Perfect for prisoners, because nothing can be concealed.
(From The Stainless Steel Rat's Revenge [1970] by Harry  Harrison)
Killalc Pills
Counteracts the effects of alcohol consumption.
(From The Stainless Steel Rat's Revenge [1970] by Harry  Harrison)
Powdered Alcohol
Alcohol in non-liquid form.
(From The Stainless Steel Rat's Revenge [1970] by Harry  Harrison)
Luggage Robot
Perfect helper at robotic hotels.
(From The Stainless Steel Rat's Revenge [1970] by Harry  Harrison)
Riding Robot
A single person means of bipedal transportation.
(From The Stainless Steel Rat's Revenge [1970] by Harry  Harrison)
Flywheel Cycle
A motorcycle powered by a flywheel.
(From The Stainless Steel Rat's Revenge [1970] by Harry  Harrison)
Gaussrifle
Projectiles driven by electromagnetic forces.
(From The Stainless Steel Rat's Revenge [1970] by Harry  Harrison)
Screamer
An acoustic weapon.
(From The Stainless Steel Rat's Revenge [1970] by Harry  Harrison)
Blackout Gas
Cuts input from the optic nerve.
(From The Stainless Steel Rat's Revenge [1970] by Harry  Harrison)
Robotnik Automated Hotel
A fully-automated hotel; no human interaction required.
(From The Stainless Steel Rat's Revenge [1970] by Harry  Harrison)
Seed Bomb
A tiny explosive that can be embedded under the skin.
(From Flow My Tears, The Policeman Said [1974] by Philip K.  Dick)
Microtransmitter Dot
A tiny transmitter placed on ID cards, used to track ID holders.
(From Flow My Tears, The Policeman Said [1974] by Philip K.  Dick)
Read more Technovelgy items...

 

 

 

Ten Years Ago In Technovelgy

RAFFE Helps Remote Mobile Investigator Gather Fingerprints
The Pedsco RMI (Remote Mobile Investigator) robot. (re: Isaac Asimov).

EyeBall: Omni-Directional Smart Eye Sensor
What would you see if you tossed an EyeBall sensor into a group of aliens? (re: Robert Silverberg)

Baja Beach Club Implants VeriChip In Customers
Club patrons can have a rice grain-sized VeriChip RFID device implanted. (re: Neal Stephenson)

Road Stud Traffic Camera Reads License Plates
The camera is so sensitive that it can tell if your tires are balding as your car moves by at speed. (re: Robert Heinlein)

Liquid Armor In Two Flavors: Shear Thickening and Magnetorheological
Kevlar fiber vests soaked with STF are pliable under normal conditions. (re: Larry Niven)

Home | Glossary | Author | Book | Timeline | Category | New | Contact Us | Links | Advertise | FAQ |             
Technovelgy.com - where science meets fiction™

Copyright © Technovelgy LLC; all rights reserved. Site Policies.
Business website evaluation, search engine optimization and website usability testing by TheSiteDoctor.com