Science Fiction in the News
SF in the News

3D Printed Spherical Flying Machine
'Gold dots against blue, basketball-sized, twelve feet up....' - Larry Niven, 1972. (re: Larry Niven)

Airbus E-Fan All-Electric Plane Now Ready
I couldn't believe it, either. An amazing technical feat. (re: John W. Campbell)

Robot Swarms Improve Culture By Forgetting
'My mind was filled to the splitting point...' - Roger Zelazny, 1976. (re: Roger Zelazny)

Melomics Avant Garde Computer Musician
'Rollo sat at the keyboard, prim, inhuman, rigid, twin lenses focused somewhere off into the shadows...'- Herbert Goldstone, 1953. (re: Herbert Goldstone)

Nanotech Used To Create Custom Water Filters In Tanzania
'People started out squeamish about Clearsacs...'- Paolo Bacigalupi, 2015. (re: Paolo Bacigalupi)

This Robot Swordmaster: Yaskawa Bushido Project
'The instrument of prisms and target could not think, feel caution or remorse. And it carried a real blade.'- Frank Herbert, 1965. (re: Frank Herbert)

Samsung's Transparent Display Finally As Big As HG Wells'
Did I mention that HG Wells also figured out that 16x9 is the shape for a TV to have. (re: HG Wells)

Thync Mood-Changing Wearable Device
'Very gently, hypnotically, the electronic pulses throbbed in the frontal lobes of his brain.'- Arthur C. Clarke, 1964. (re: Philip K. Dick)

What Science Fiction Inspires Russia's New Robot?
Russian science fiction fans had their own inspirations. (re: Various)

LightSail Solar Sail Deploys
'This was the first time any solar yacht had ever attained it...'- Arthur C. Clarke, 1964. (re: Arthur C. Clarke)

Living Concrete Repairs Itself
Science fiction fans were given this idea in 1951. (re: Raymond Z. Gallun)

HEL MD Laser Weapons Will Sound Like Star Wars, Star Trek
Considering how important the film's sound track is, the sounds of Star Wars weapons are not described in the original novel. (re: Niven/Pournelle)

x.ai And The Quest For A Digital Personal Assistant
'In McKie's thoughts, the DS [Daily Schedule] was suddenly transformed into a valued confidante.'- Frank Herbert, 1977. (re: Frank Herbert)

First Biolimb Grown In Lab
A brand-new forelimb for some lucky rat. (re: Frank Herbert)

Suit Up! Fifty Years Of Spacewalks Video
'I experienced for a few minutes the delicious, indescribable pleasure of being a little planet...'- Garrett P. Serviss, 1898. (re: Garrett P. Serviss)

Do Mutant Chickens Offer 'Maximum, Diabolical Meatiness'?
'They've got ones that specialize in drumsticks too...'- Margaret Atwood, 2003. (re: Margaret Atwood)

Newest     Newer     Older     Oldest

Technovelgy.com is devoted to the creative ideas and inventions of sf authors and movie makers. Look for the Invention Category that interests you, the Glossary, the Timeline, or see what's New.
Find
new authors and technologies - Shop for yourself, your library and your lab.

 

 

 

 

New Technovelgy
Items on Site:

Clearsac

(6/10/2015)

Solar Yacht Periscope

(6/7/2015)

Solar Yacht

(6/6/2015)

Sleep-Inducer

(6/5/2015)

Face Recognition Sunglasses

(6/4/2015)

Artificially Pulsating Star

(6/4/2015)

Brains

(6/3/2015)

Space Walk

(6/1/2015)

Automatic Control Car

(5/31/2015)

Yeast-Culture Vats

(5/22/2015)

Merc-Pool

(5/22/2015)

Planets Made Habitable

(5/2/2015)

Red Weed (Terraforming Plant)

(5/2/2015)

Neck-Phone

(4/29/2015)

Rachag

(4/18/2015)

 

Home | Glossary | Invention Timeline | Category | New | Contact Us | FAQ | Advertise |
Technovelgy.com - where science meets fiction™

Copyright© Technovelgy LLC; all rights reserved.