The Scarab by Raymond Z. Gallun:
Science Fiction Inventions, Technology and Ideas

Classic story by Gallun, a neglected master of the genre in the Thirties. A mysterious fortress threatens humanity; it seems impossible to get in and discover its secrets. It's not impossible for ... the Scarab! Select an invention:

Protective Energy Halo

Scarab Robot Flying Insect - tiny robotic insect

Vision Tubes

 

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re: Greg Bear
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re: J.G. Ballard
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EXPLORER, The First Total-Body Scanner
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(11/30/2018)

UK Police AI To Stop Criminals Before They Strike
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(11/29/2018)

Sonitus Audio Interface Positioned Beyond The Noise
re: Hugo Gernsback
(11/28/2018)

Volvo's Self-Driving Mining Trucks
re: Philip K. Dick
(11/27/2018)

Audi Pop.Up Autonomous Electric Flying Car
re: James Blish
(11/26/2018)

Music Not Impossible (MNI) Vibrotactile Wearable Experience
re: Aldous Huxley
(11/25/2018)

Chinese Face Recognition Mistakes Bus Ad For Jaywalker
re: Schachner and Zagat
(11/24/2018)

A Look Back At Apollo's Emergency Escape Vehicle
re: Jack Williamson
(11/23/2018)

InMotion Glide 3 Electric Unicycle For The Last Mile
re: Robert Heinlein
(11/22/2018)

China's Social Credit System - A Facebook-1984 Mashup
re: Jack Vance
(11/21/2018)

Musk Declares Tesla Supercharger Capacity Will Double By Next Year
re: John Jacob Astor IV
(11/20/2018)

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