R.F. Starzl:
Science Fiction Technology and Ideas
Roman Frederick Starzl (18991976) was an American author. He owned a small newspaper. He was dubbed a "master" by E. E. "Doc" Smith. Starzl's Interplanetary Flying Patrol, in The Hornets of Space, may have influenced Smith's Triplanetary Patrol, later Galactic Patrol.
Invention/Technology Source Work (Publication Date)

Telucid
A holographic projector.

If The Sun Died (1931)

Thought-receptor Vote-counting Machine
That's one way to do a plebiscite.

If The Sun Died (1931)

Virtual Assembly
Use of holograms to accomplish an assembly of people.

If The Sun Died (1931)

Vita-Light
A special form of bulb or light source that could keep people who were never exposed to the sun perfectly healthy.

If The Sun Died (1931)


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