William Gibson:
Science Fiction Technology and Ideas
William Gibson was born in South Carolina; he went to Canada when he was 19. His first novel, Neuromancer won both the Hugo and Nebula awards in 1984.
Invention/Technology Source Work (Publication Date)

Suit Designer

Mona Lisa Overdrive (1988)

Synthespian - a computer-generated actor

Idoru (1996)

Talking Head - retro output device

Neuromancer (1984)

Temporary Quarters - interior tents

Neuromancer (1984)

Toothbud Transplant - implanted teeth

Neuromancer (1984)

Trode-Net - electrode webbing

Mona Lisa Overdrive (1988)

Tug Space-going version of the ocean vehicle

Neuromancer (1984)

Ugly T-Shirt

Zero History (2010)

Vat Grown Meat - no animals harmed

Neuromancer (1984)

Video Unit - big bro

Idoru (1996)

Virtual Meeting - grandson of the web conference

Idoru (1996)

Wearable White-Noise Generator - urban isolation gear

Idoru (1996)

Wintermute

Neuromancer (1984)

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