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The Affect of Culture on Self-Driving Cars

Self-Driving cars is a concept that has been around for a long time, even before the invention of the automobile and people still relied upon animal powered transport.  214 more words


Through the evolution of technology in it’s many forms over the past fifty years, humans have become more engaged with the medium resulting in the constant interaction with it. 519 more words

The Human Energizer

I’ve suspended disbelief. However, my sensibilities as a sci-fi geek can’t bear it! As much as I like The Matrix Movie, recent class discussions have re-ignited my long-term psychic protest regarding the use of humans as power sources (a.k.a. 242 more words

Three By Three: Sci-Fi Gadgets

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We here at Pop Modern, as you may have noticed, are big fans of science fiction. Whether it’s a big budget summer blockbuster or two guys in their backyard with rubber masks and half-faded glowsticks, something about the genre is infectious. 976 more words




That incredible gesture control you saw in Minority Report? Its here. MYO is an armband that lets you wirelessly control any compatible digital device whether it be controlling a game or navigating your iTunes library with just a wave of your hand. 32 more words


The Most Important New Technology Since the Smart Phone Arrives December 2012

Will this be the change of technology as we know it or will it be passed by for some reason?  This device is like the technology I have seen in the movie Minority Report with Tom Cruise.   48 more words


Blade Runner: Which predictions have come true?

BBC News – Blade Runner: Which predictions have come true?.

By Deirdre Finnerty BBC News

It’s been 30 years since the release of Blade Runner and 10 years since Minority Report. 1,703 more words