Stephen Baxter:
Science Fiction Technology and Ideas
Stephen Baxter (b. 1957) is a British author with degrees in mathematics and engineering. As you might guess, hard sf is his specialty. He won the John W. Campbell award for The Time Ships, an authorized sequel to The Time Machine. See also his collaborations: Alastair Reynolds (w/S Baxter).
Invention/Technology Source Work (Publication Date)

Angel Music Player
A device that beams music directly into your brain, without wires.

Flood (2008)

CTC Computer (Closed-Timeline-Curve Time-Travel)
A device that used time travel to perform computations.

Exultant (2004)

Headspace
A virtual world in which a person could raise a virtual baby with full haptic realism.

Flood (2008)

Semisentient Plastic
A durable coating that protects and preserves objects.

Ring (1994)


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