Sci-Fi Design: The Tokyoflash Kisai Console Watch

[easyazon-image align=”left” asin=”B0045ZUY16″ locale=”us” height=”110″ src=”http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/319MALGhkTL._SL110_.jpg” width=”110″]Design usually predicts future technology before that technology actually exists. The Kisai Console Wood LED watch from Tokyo Flash, is part science fiction control panel, and mostly a fully functional digital timepiece. It seems like something of a confused product, with a wooden band and bezel for the display,…

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Future Fiction: The Eylldah by Susan Moore

Future Fiction is a new series of short fiction stories contributed by Serious Wonder readers and members. This week member Susan Moore submits a short fiction story based on some Future Art by artist Gary Tonge. THE EYLLDAH Today is a good day once again. The towns and cities atop the mushroom towers are free of their…

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HER Spike Jonze New Techno-Philosophy Film (Member Review)

HER Spike Jonze  new science fiction romance film is set in Los Angeles sometime in the near future. The film focuses on a relationship between Theodore Twombly (Joaquin Phoenix) and an artificially intelligent computer operating system called “Samantha” (Scarlett Johansson). SEXBOTS 101 anyone? [youtube responsive=true id=”rS8zOLOcPMQ” mode=”normal” align=”left”] Serious Wonder Member  @michael sent us this review…

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Creating Predictive Science Fiction

Science fiction has always played a roll in developing new ideas and technologies that capture the imagination, and inspire us to develop the technologies that captivate us as young children. But it is rarely known about the techniques and methods used to actually develop these breathtaking futuristic technologies that ultimately become the technologies of the…

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