Edmond Hamilton:
Science Fiction Technology and Ideas
Edmond Hamilton (1904-1977) began writing science fiction in 1924. Along with E.E. "Doc" Smith, he created the space opera genre. He started writing for DC Comics, in their Superman series, in the 1940's. He continued in this activity through the 1960's.
Invention/Technology Source Work (Publication Date)

Artificial Brain

The Metal Giants (1926)

Artificial Life

Across Space (1926)

Attractive Ray - first use of idea?

Crashing Suns (1928)

Automated Search For Habitable Planets

Cosmic Quest (1936)

Beam-Pistol

Murder in the Void (1938)

Blue Ray of Death

Across Space (1926)

Bone-Building Compounds

A Conquest of Two Worlds (1932)

Brain Erasure

The Knowledge Machine (1948)

Brain Placed In Metal Body

The Comet Doom (1929)

Brain-Case

Murder in the Void (1938)

Cold Ray

The Atomic Conquerors (1927)

Computer Vision (Artificial Eye)

The Metal Giants (1926)

Control Helmet

Easy Money (1938)

Death-Beam

Crashing Suns (1928)

De-atomizing Ray - a disintegration beam

Crashing Suns (1928)

Dimension Shifting Apparatus

Cosmic Quest (1936)

Electric Wall

The World With A Thousand Moons (1942)

Electro-Education

The Knowledge Machine (1948)

Evolution Machine

The Man Who Evolved (1931)

Field-Projector

Easy Money (1938)

Next Last


(Records 1 to 20 of 61)

Technovelgy.com is devoted to the creative inventions and technology of science fiction authors and movie makers. Look for the Science Fiction Invention Category that interests you, the Glossary of Science Fiction Inventions, the Timeline of Science Fiction Inventions, or see what's New.
Find
new authors and technologies - Shop for yourself, your library and your lab.

 

 

 

 

 

 

New on Site

Orbiting Factories
( 9/1/2014)

Alien Zoo
( 8/10/2014)

Smoke Jets (Air Leak Detection)
( 8/9/2014)

Floating Castle
( 8/8/2014)

Ownership of Machines
( 8/7/2014)

Dressing Machines
( 8/6/2014)

Robot Gas Station
( 8/4/2014)

KR-3
( 8/2/2014)

Floating Building
( 8/1/2014)

EEG-Gram Projection
( 7/28/2014)

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

Copyright© Technovelgy LLC; all rights reserved.