The Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch by Philip K. Dick:
Science Fiction Inventions, Technology and Ideas

Satiric masterpiece explores a future in which most people are forced to live miserable lives in unpleasant and depressing environments. Their only comfort is their ability to immerse themselves in models of the life they all once had. Select an invention:

Antithermal Shield

Autonomic Cab - all on its own

Bubblehead - big-head brainiacs

Commuter Cooling Unit - portable air conditioning

Dr. Smile - psychiatrist in a suitcase

Filterable Virus

Implanted Steel Teeth

Interchangeable Hands - mechanical variety

Inter-Vehicle Communication

Luxvid Eyes (Jensen Wide-Angle) - unusual eye slits

Poison Tongue Dart - just squeeze

Steel Teeth - all stainless

Truffle Skins - genetically unique money

 

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