David H. Keller:
Science Fiction Technology and Ideas
David H. Keller (b. 1880 - d. 1966) was a psychiatrist and science fiction / fantasy / horror author. He earned his M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania in 1903. He served in the US Army Medical Corps during WWI and WWII as a neuropsychiatrist. He also used the pseudonym Henry Cecil.

(David H. Keller, MD)

Invention/Technology Source Work (Publication Date)


The Revolt of the Pedestrians (1928)

Automatic Air Mail Plane

The Living Machine (1935)

Automatic Toll Payment

The Living Machine (1935)

Driverless Car

The Living Machine (1935)

Driverless Taxi

The Living Machine (1935)

Electric Diaper

The Psychophonic Nurse (1928)

Food Preparation Machine

Unto Us A Child Is Born (1933)

Human Serial Number

Unto Us A Child Is Born (1933)

No Steering Wheel Autonomous Car

The Living Machine (1935)

Pent House

The Pent House (1932)


A Biological Experiment (1928)

Psychophonic Nurse - a nanny robot

The Psychophonic Nurse (1928)

Sound-Transposing Machine

The Lost Language (1934)

Synthetic Babies

A Biological Experiment (1928)

Synthetic Food

Unto Us A Child Is Born (1933)

Vibrowriter - automatic transcription

The Lost Language (1934)

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