Stanley G. Weinbaum:
Science Fiction Technology and Ideas
Stanley Grauman Weinbaum (April 4, 1902 December 14, 1935) was an American science fiction writer. His career lasted for only a couple of years, dying of lung cancer at age 33.

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Invention/Technology Source Work (Publication Date)

A mass of white, dough-like protoplasm, ranging in size from a single cell to perhaps twenty tons of mushy filth.

Parasite Planet (1935)

Glass Pistol
A clear glass gun that fires poisoned splinters.

A Martian Odyssey (1934)

Healing Crystal
A small object that burns off diseased tissue, leaving healthy tissue unharmed.

A Martian Odyssey (1934)

Horsten Psychomat
Re-creates a mental scene for the viewer.

The Worlds of If (1935)

Magic Spectacles
Very early take on virtual reality hardware.

Pygmalion's Spectacles (1935)

Footgear specialized for the semisolid soil of Venus

Parasite Planet (1935)

Projects a possible future, based on your own impressions.

The Worlds of If (1935)

A chemical which, added to water, boiled and sterilized it instantly.

Parasite Planet (1935)

A hooded protective suit worn on Venus.

Parasite Planet (1935)

Trans-Oceanic Rocket
Also, a rocket-plane.

The Worlds of If (1935)

Venusian drug provides a rejuvenate effect.

Parasite Planet (1935)

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