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Holo-Printing
Errors introduced in data storage media when recording under improper conditions.
(From A Scanner Darkly [1977] by Philip K. Dick)
Death-Reversal Equipment
Brings you back from losing a duel.
(From The Age of The Pussyfoot [1965] by Frederik Pohl)
Garbage Device
Autonomous garbage collection device.
(From The Age of The Pussyfoot [1965] by Frederik Pohl)
Translatophone
A device that performs mechanical translation of one language into another.
(From My Translatophone [1901] by Frank Stockton)
Neural Door Lock
A device that provides access based on neurological data.
(From The Unreconstructed M [1957] by Philip K. Dick)
Death-Rattle
A device that sends a signal upon brain death of the user.
(From The Unreconstructed M [1957] by Philip K. Dick)
Remote Control Taxicab
A cab that is piloted by a remote operator.
(From The Unreconstructed M [1957] by Philip K. Dick)
Mechanical Cleaning Device
A small, ground-based autonomous robot doing basic janitorial work.
(From The Unreconstructed M [1957] by Philip K. Dick)
Death Bath
A suicide chamber.
(From The Revolt of the Machines [1931] by Nat Schachner (w. AL Zagat))
Thought Coil (Machine Intelligence)
Specially designed hardware that imparts intelligence to machines.
(From The Revolt of the Machines [1931] by Nat Schachner (w. AL Zagat))
Master Machine
One single machine to run a civilization!
(From The Revolt of the Machines [1931] by Nat Schachner (w. AL Zagat))
Robot Situation Neurosis
Robots go mad when given competing instructions.
(From The Unreconstructed M [1957] by Philip K. Dick)
Police Detection Robot
An automated evidence-gathering robot.
(From The Unreconstructed M [1957] by Philip K. Dick)
The Machine (M)
An autonomous robot able to alter its appearance and functionality at will.
(From The Unreconstructed M [1957] by Philip K. Dick)
Laser Finger
Special powered suit add-on makes you even quicker on the draw.
(From The Forever War [1974] by Jack C. Haldeman)
Fluid Metal Letters
A smooth metal display able to display words.
(From Vulcan's Hammer [1960] by Philip K. Dick)
Energy Curtain Key
A small handheld "key" to shut off a force field.
(From Venus Mines, Incorporated [1931] by Nat Schachner (w. AL Zagat))
Curtain (Force Barrier)
An easily set-up protective force barrier.
(From Venus Mines, Incorporated [1931] by Nat Schachner (w. AL Zagat))
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