Daemon by Daniel Suarez:
Science Fiction Inventions, Technology and Ideas

Excellent new novel describes a near future/present day in which a computer game entrepreneur finds a way to continue 'gaming' even after death. This novel was first self-published in 2006; the text used in the technovelgy items listed below comes from the 2009 edition. This novel has apparently been optioned by the producer of WarGames for Paramount Pictures. Select an invention:

AutoM8

Controllable Drone Army

Digital Ink License Plate

Razorback

Third Eye

 

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