Science fiction

The 10 Best Sci-Fi Remakes, According To Reddit

No genre is as ripe for contemporary reinvention as science fiction, with Denis Villeneuve’s recent reboot of Frank Herbert’s epic Dunes setting the benchmark for cinematic retaliation. The nature of science fiction lends itself to malleability, and directors often approach a remake with the intention of putting a new spin …

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Enter Mapimi’s Zone of Silence: Where Science Fiction Meets Reality

Welcome to the Mapimi zone of silence: you are alone Once upon a time in 1970, a military training rocket accidentally derailed and invaded Mexican airspace. Landing somehow hundreds of miles off course, the rocket buried itself in the desert region of Durango, Mexico. Because of this, it triggered a …

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Bionic weapons developed at U bring science fiction into the realm of fact – WCCO

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — This story may sound like science fiction, but it’s reality, and it’s created in Minnesota. We’ve all seen the fantasy-based images, like Luke Skywalker or the Terminator, of bionic beings. But now, thanks to a few penny-sized chips installed in the University of Minnesota’s engineering lab, the …

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14-year-old student from Waltham publishes his first science fiction novel

WALTHAM, MA — Fourteen-year-old eighth-grade student Luke Schumacher at McDevitt Middle School in Waltham has released his first full-length novel. It’s just a headache, released on May 28, tells the story of Adam Johnny Cox, a teenager who is plagued by extremely painful headaches, terrifying visions and nightmares. Inspired by …

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Neptune Frost mixes music and science fiction to create a work of art

Cinema, whether we like to think of it that way or not, is often ruled by boundaries. They are expected to follow a typical narrative structure, conveying character development and plot through shared beliefs about how such stories should unfold. You must have a clearly established sequence of events, bound …

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Sci-fi and fantasy readings on the beach

This historical fantasy set in the Victorian era combines terrible penny vibes with classic fantasy tropes. Some children are born with talents, rare magical abilities to manipulate their bodies. Charlie Ovid can heal himself, child Marlowe emits an unearthly glow, Komako can control dust, and Ribs can turn invisible. All …

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Quantum is no longer science fiction, it’s here and now

BosonQ Psi won the award for “Most Innovative Startup – Future Tech” Bengaluru/New Delhi, June 1, 2022 – Quantum technologies are dramatically changing our lives and integrating new age insights with industry demands is a need of the hour according to Abhishek Chopra, Co-Founder and CEO of BosonQ Psi (BQP), …

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Jeremy McGilvrey Announces “Science Fiction Is Now Science Fact”

Jeremy McGilvrey, Houston-based CRO agency Houston-Based CRO Agency Jeremy McGilvrey Announces “Science Fiction Is Now Science Fact” Jeremy McGilvrey, a Houston-based digital marketing agency, announces that what was once considered science fiction when it comes to AI in lead generation, marketing, and digital presence has become scientific fact. The Jeremy …

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How to Write and Edit a Sci-Fi Book Movie Producers Will Love

Science fiction is a genre whose popularity continues to grow. With movies like Star Wars and The Hunger Games, it’s no wonder producers are always on the lookout for new sci-fi books to adapt into movies. If you want your book to be the next blockbuster movie, it’s important to …

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Houston-Based CRO Agency Jeremy McGilvrey Announces “Science Fiction Is Now Science Fact”

News and research before you hear about it on CNBC and others. Claim your one week free trial for StreetInsider Premium here. Jeremy McGilvrey Agency shares how the rapid acceleration of AI and data science has transformed online marketing and how the agency is actively using it for clients Houston, …

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7 new sci-fi and fantasy novels to read this summer

Patel writes with graceful, measured elegance; reading the book is like walking through high halls and fragrant gardens, the ancient world evoked in sweeping, sweeping gestures as Kaikeyi tells his own story in counterpoint to the epic. At its core is the Binding Plane, an in-between world in which Kaikeyi …

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The Ashes of Sci-Fi Maven Alan Clive Are Reaching Vanishing Velocity

Alan Clive’s world turned dark in his early twenties. He never saw his children again, or the neighborhoods he lived in after leaving Detroit, or the federal agency office where he showed up and changed people’s lives. Deep space, though? He could see it as well as anyone. Or better, …

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One of the best sci-fi novels to read in 2022 is The Operations of SUBWAY and Its Soldiers by LA Williams

New York, New York – (Newsfile Corp. – May 25, 2022) – Author LA Williams continues to wow audiences with the haunting atmosphere and adventurous spirit of The operations of SUBWAY and its soldiers. With masterful world-building and a relatable hero, this standout novel is a sci-fi classic with an …

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Nvidia AI research brings science fiction closer to reality

We’re excited to bring back Transform 2022 in person on July 19 and virtually from July 20-28. Join leaders in AI and data for in-depth discussions and exciting networking opportunities. Register today! Could AI teach multiple skills at the same time? Are immersive displays using holography closer to reality than …

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How Science Fiction Shapes Prestige TV

With storylines rooted in the Cold War or climate change or any number of other deep earth concerns, no less than four new series (and counting) boldly proclaim an emerging era of prestige sci-fi this season. Why this sudden burst? “Sci-fi has always thrived when things weren’t going too well, …

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‘Dune’ Reveals Essential Elements of Every Sci-Fi Story

“Dune” is a brilliant assemblage of sci-fi elements. Based on the novel by Frank Herbert, the recent film follows Paul, the son of Jessica and Duke Leto of Atreides. Since he is the son of a beloved duke, Paul is surrounded by mentors who teach him many things. However, when …

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Launch of the science fiction novel “When the Earth will be no more” on May 28

A spaceship with refugees from Earth slips into Jupiter’s orbit in a new SF novel (credit: MiblArt). Paul Awad and Kathryn O’Sullivan co-author of “When the Earth is No More” “When the Earth will be no more” is available in paper and ebook format. Husband and wife co-writers of a …

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Felipe Escuerdo’s vision: luxury with a sci-fi edge

Architect Felipe Escudero brings futuristic style to luxury homes in Ecuador. With an imaginative, sci-fi edge, he has designed luxury homes, apartment buildings, offices and more, as studio director Felipe Escudero in the Ecuadorian capital of Quito. The goal is to use design to bring “the human experience to the …

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Science fiction versus (virtual) reality; prioritize your tech stack

From yesterday’s breakthrough AI innovations to tomorrow’s metaverse, technology is advancing at a pace never seen before With new developments vying for priority in today’s modern technology stack, the challenge for leaders is to identify which advances are relevant today and which are still in the realm of fiction for …

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Review of Anywhere All At Once – multiverse madness with meaning | Science fiction and fantasy movies

LJamie Lee Curtis made ‘internet feud’ headlines last week when she gleefully declared on social media that her new movie is ‘surprising all Marvel movies’. The theme of the multiverse Everything everywhere all at once actually gave Dr Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (which costs eight times as much) …

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What is the Multiverse? Is this science fiction or does it really exist?

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Credit: Marvel Studios Whether you need a new villain or an old Spider-Man, your sci-fi movie will sound more scientifically believable if you use the word multiverse. The Marvel Multiverse puts several different versions of our universe “out there” somewhere. In these films, …

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The Best of Recent Science Fiction and Fantasy – Review Summary | Books

Device by JO Morgan (Vintage, £16.99)The first work of prose fiction by the award-winning poet including the earlier book, The Martian’s Regress, reveling in sci-fi tropes, it is a thematically linked collection of short stories about the development of a matter emitter from a refrigerator-like cabinet to a vast network …

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4 new sci-fi books will take you to another dimension

The Kaiju Preservation Society By John Scalzi (Tor, $35.99, 264 pages) When one of SF’s most bubbly writers decides to write a self-proclaimed “pop song” from a novel that’s only “meant to be light and catchy,” it’s hard not to hum along. “The Kaiju Preservation Society” is nothing more than …

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Tommy Lee Jones terrorized a classic sci-fi movie

By Nathan Kamal | 17 seconds ago Tommy Lee Jones is known for playing gruff and cantankerous characters in movies, and he does it very well. In fact, he’s got four Oscar nominations (and one win) that’s largely based on his unrivaled ability to play grindy in a way that …

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Wizards, science fiction, 1980s

“Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” is definitely the biggest release of the month, and is a huge piece of major multiverse history told in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Photo courtesy of Marvel Studios May is feeling unusually calm this year. There are huge mainstream blockbusters hitting theaters at …

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DVD REVIEW: “DRIVE-IN RETRO CLASSICS: SCIENCE FICTION TRIPLE FEATURE” (CORINTH FILMS)

By Hank Reineke I admit to having a hard time understanding Corinth’s curious repackaging of three monochrome 1950s sci-fi films. Putting together this triad of films – all previously released as single discs from the label Wade Williams Collection – seems to make sense on a level. We will discuss …

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7 shows like “from” if you like the sci-fi series

After ten thrilling episodes, the Epix series Since concluded its first season. The stars of the series Lostis Harold Perrineau as the sheriff of a mysterious town that traps its inhabitants inside. Catalina Sandino Moreno and Eion Bailey also star as Jim and Tabitha Matthews, a couple whose wandering detour …

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Best New Science Fiction Books in May 2022

Idris, who has spent decades fleeing the horrors of his past, finds himself pushed back to the frontlines. As an intermediary, he could be one of the few to turn the tide of the war. Along with a handful of allies, he searches for a weapon that could repel the …

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May the 4 be with you as science fiction becomes science fact :: WRAL.com

By Tony Rice, NASA Ambassador Like Luke Skywalker’s home planet”Tatooin“, the very real Kepler-16b orbits a pair of stars 200 light-years away. NASA artists had fun depicting an explorer standing on a terrestrial planet, but this exoplanet is probably a gas giant closer to Saturn. In the movies, Tatooine is …

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RTL Today – Evoking sci-fi scenes: Swarms of drones can now fly autonomously through thick forest

A swarm of 10 bright blue drones take off in a bamboo forest in China, then weave their way through crowded branches, bushes and over uneven ground as they autonomously navigate the best flight path through the drink. The experiment, conducted by scientists from Zhejiang University, evokes scenes from science …

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All new sci-fi books are coming in May!

Head below for the full list of sci-fi titles awaiting you in May! Keep track of all new SFF releases here. All title summaries are taken and/or abstracted from the copy provided by the publisher. Release dates are subject to change. First week (May 3) eyes of emptiness (Final Architecture …

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Northman Director Robert Eggers Doesn’t Completely Count Sci-Fi

Of course, no director would outright close the door on a job opportunity before it even opens, but it’s always fun to speculate. That is to say, when Robert Eggers spoke to The Wrap about his future, he didn’t rule out exploring different genres. “I could be interested in the …

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BMW i7, the electric soundtrack of science fiction films

composer Hans Zimmer It won two Oscars for the soundtrack to Dune and The Lion King, but we still don’t know if that’ll be enough to convince motorists to buy it. BMWi7 rather than a competitor. Of course, despite having one i7 It will be a great musical experience, given …

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Movie review: After Yang is a poignant sci-fi drama detailing the human condition

After his more theatrical (and unrecognizable) turn earlier in the year in The Batman, Colin Farrel brings a more natural and introspective quality to After Yang, Kogonadapoignant sci-fi drama that evokes memories of His, Ex-Machinaand Blade Runner 2049 all along. An adaptation of alexander weinstein2016’s short story “Saying Goodbye to …

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9+ Sapphic Science Fiction and Fantasy Books

In 2020, Linda Riley created Lesbian Visibility Week (itself an extension of Lesbian Visibility Day, founded in 2008) for more time to discuss the L in LGBTQ+. As “gay” has become shorthand for the LGBTQ+ community as a whole, lesbian and queer women are also caught up in hateful backlash …

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REWRITING AND SCIENCE FICTION arrives at the Lilian Baylis studio in May

Choreographer Jonathan Burrows and composer Matteo Fargion have been collaborating for 30 years, slowly building a work that straddles dance, music, performance art and comedy. Rewriting and Science Fiction is presented on Thursday May 5 and Friday May 6 at 9 p.m. at Studio Lilian Baylis. The duets are the …

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Science fiction in a dream

Passionate about science fiction since his adolescence, Bernard Schlag likes to confront reality and fantasy through imagined or real scientific discoveries. A way of approaching human society and what it could become. Take part in: Bernard Schlag is not one of the rare humans to see tardigrades. Measuring less than …

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Spider-Man Star’s New Sci-Fi Show Reveals First Look

Spider Man and Justice League actor JK Simmons has teamed up with stone castle star Sissy Spacek for a new sci-fi series. night sky features the two veteran actors as a couple who many years ago discovered a strange chamber that seems to lead to another planet or dimension. They …

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Arts organization aims to bring black sci-fi genre to Mainers

A federal grant will fund a Maine nonprofit’s efforts to teach residents across the state a growing genre of black science fiction. The National Endowment for the Humanities announced this month that it has awarded the Maine Humanities Council $250,000 to teach people across Maine about Afrofuturism, a cultural movement …

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Power plants in space: how this sci-fi concept is ‘taken seriously’

Power plants in space sound like a science fiction idea – and in fact it is a science fiction idea: in 1941, the story of Isaac Asimov Reason describes a space station that transmits energy collected from the Sun to other planets using microwave beams. Today, the technology required to …

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Thinking about transit through science fiction

April 21, 2022 Future Tense sponsors Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg at a live event for a conversation about infrastructure and imagination Here’s what the current US Secretary of Transportation thinks the future of mass transit might look like in 50 years: flying cars. Parcel delivery by drone. Net energy dividends. …

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April 21, 2022 0 comments By Constance Scrafield Like a prayer in the universe, a group of scientists are forging a path to the far reaches of our galaxy – the Milky Way – to establish a means of communication with other life forms in the afterlife. A supposedly “friendly” …

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Pixar’s Lightyear director wanted it to be adult sci-fi

Let’s leave one thing aside: Pixar’s latest film, Light yeardoes not concern “the real Buzz Lightyear,” in the sense of a real human astronaut who inspired the beloved toy that co-stars in the Toy Story movies. Within Pixar fiction, Light year is a science fiction feature film released in the …

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How “Everything Everywhere All at Once” uses sci-fi in a new and thought-provoking way

For all its multiversal madness, Everything everywhere all at once feels like home. I was swept away by the rapid Chinglish (through Mandarin and Cantonese), the jumbles of pronouns in English (they’re homophones in Chinese), the repeated whispers 神经病 (shen jing bing) by the house’s scattered matriarch, Evelyn. Waymond’s baggy, …

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Former Triple J Host Sally Coleman Launches Virtual Sci-Fi Band

Image courtesy of Sally Coleman Sally Coleman has launched a new virtual sci-fi group which she has dubbed “Australia’s answer to Gorrillaz”. The former Triple J Breakfast host called the project Big Sand. Big Sand features animated characters and a narrative set on a beautiful but harsh desert planet. Coleman …

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Sébastien Acacia releases ‘The Planet Nine Trilogy’ – celebrated by sci-fi fans as a must-have series

Critics hail an excellent sci-fi trilogy. A beautiful epic to save the human race. Readers travel through galaxies, but also through history and religions. Each volume presents characters with whom the reader identifies. Besançon, France – April 19, 2022 – Every year, thousands of books are published in the science …

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Science fiction can become reality. Robots are injected into the brain to treat it

The idea of ​​injecting small robots into the human brain for therapeutic operations was science fiction, but it could be thanks to an American startup. In two years, Pioneut Labs plans to conduct its first human clinical trial to test small, injectable robots that can be controlled in the brain …

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Science fiction in times of crisis

In 1968, Judith Merril and Kate Wilhelm planned to run an advertisement in a science fiction magazine with a list of authors announcing their opposition to the Vietnam War. But when they reached out to other members of the Science Fiction Writers of America to add their names, Merril and …

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Quantum teleportation provides an express lane for data communication

Artist’s conception of an error correction protocol: photons affected by the environment are fixed and then used to carry the data that is teleported there. Credit: Maria Slussarenko Teleportation may be a concept usually reserved for science fiction, but researchers have shown that it can be used to prevent the …

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Tolkien on the importance of fantasy and science fiction

People sometimes despise fantasy – not the award-winning kind of metaphorical magical realism, but the kind of fantasy that has swords, sorcery and dragons. It is generally accepted that children can enjoy invented worlds, magical beasts and dark lords. But, when we become adults, it seems we should turn to …

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Bone Tomahawk Director S. Craig Zahler Announces New Sci-Fi Graphic Novel

Dark Horse Comics has announced an all-new graphic novel from Bone Tomahawk and Brawl in Cell Block 99 director S. Craig Zahler. Source: Organisms of an Ancient Cosmos This new graphic novel titled Organisms From An Ancient Cosmos is written and drawn by Zahler and sees an alien spacecraft arriving …

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Ayush Srivastava on his upcoming Blackwoods web series

Mumbai: Ayush Srivastava is undoubtedly one of the most beloved actors in the industry. He received immense appreciation for his web series LSD (Love, Scandal, and Doctors). Now, the actor is set to be seen in an upcoming ALT Balaji and MX Player web series titled Blackwoods. While interacting with …

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The (science) fiction of human rights

At first glance, human rights are nothing like science fiction. Reports, campaigns and litigation address the very real world of wars and authoritarianism, social inequality, polarizing technologies, ecological collapse and other existential challenges to human rights. Thus fiction, and even more so science fiction, are often perceived as tastes outside …

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All new sci-fi books are coming in April!

Head below for the full list of sci-fi titles awaiting you in April! Keep track of all new SFF releases here. All title summaries are taken and/or abstracted from the copy provided by the publisher. Release dates are subject to change. First week (April 5) Our Shared Storm: A novel …

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Moon Knight Directors You Need To See Wild Sci-Fi Movies

Benson and Moorhead’s latest film, ‘Synchronic’, is what introduced me to their filmography, and it may have been what got them their ‘Moon Knight’ and ‘Loki’ gigs. Paramedic Steve Denube (Anthony Mackie) and his friend/colleague Dennis Dannelly (Jamie Dornan) discover a series of bizarre deaths linked to the titular drug …

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12 of April’s Most Anticipated Sci-Fi/Fantasy Books

It is sometimes difficult to organize. Every year I start with the intention of keeping track of new releases. And every month I forget what comes out that month. Now, some of these things are not my fault! It’s not uncommon for publishers to move dates, especially when it comes …

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Confessions of a Casual Sci-Fi Fan

“The Anomaly” by Hervé Le Tellier Photo: Other Press / Other Press Why did it take so long for Hervé the “The Anomaly” by Tellier, a novel published in France in the summer of 2020, to arrive in the United States? It may have taken some time to find a …

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Towards science fiction to discover science in audio

Science in music and music in science: The union of these two worlds is dedicated to fantastic soundsExperiments and presentations in the physics of sound, scheduled From March 29 to April 3 at Trieste Scientific Imaginary (Warehouse 26), as part of Children’s Music Festival 2022. Organized by dalla di Musica …

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Biometric technology, once science fiction, should be part of real life

Image for representation purposes The Maharashtra government has given the Mumbai police a new progressive investigative software. They entrusted the entire task to a private company, which carried out the work professionally. The idea of ​​preventing crimes before they happen sounds like something out of science fiction. They would compile …

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Invisibility is no longer science fiction (or magic). It’s here.

Have you ever wanted to be invisible just to have some privacy? Perhaps using an ATM or sunbathing in the garden? Experimentation over the past few years has developed an “invisibility shield” that provides near invisibility without blocking light. A UK startup, Invisibility Shield Co., is raising seed money for …

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The most interesting aliens in science fiction

So this little feature originally started with the title “The Most OP Aliens in Sci-Fi”, but as any sci-fi lover (aka nerd) would tell you, the sheer number of retcons and of deadlines makes it almost impossible to find the strongest . To that end, we’ve decided to take the …

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A space odyssey was far from science fiction

In his behind-the-scenes account “The Lost Worlds of 2001,” Clarke detailed his experience working with Kubrick on the screenplay and bouncing ideas for the novel from him. But the author also reveals that when the director first approached him, he explained that he wanted to make a sci-fi movie that …

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Science fiction can be a tool for creative political thinking

This weekend, “Dune,” the highly acclaimed film adaptation of Frank Herbert’s sci-fi classic of the same name, crowned box office success by winning six impressive Oscars at the Academy Awards. The film, directed by French-Canadian filmmaker Denis Villeneuve, received particular praise for its stunning cinematography and soundtrack, and for breaking …

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5 spectacular sites to read science fiction news and series for free

From short stories by amateurs to award-winning literature by famous writers, you can read stellar science fiction on the internet without paying a dime. We all want to know what tomorrow holds and how technology will change our future. Some of us can imagine it better than others and write …

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DVD Review: Drive-In Retro Classics: Sci-Fi Triple Feature (1950 – 1958)

Coming from Corinth Films comes Drive-In Retro Classics: Triple Sci-Fi Feature; a collection of three films of low-budget sci-fi films from the 1950s (1950s XM Rocket1958 The hideous sun demonand 1957The brain of planet Arous to be precise)! Let’s do this revolting review rolling as we put our putrid peepers …

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Deliver Us is a sci-fi thriller. Mars looks sorry, but he comes with a robot companion

The sequel to Deliver Us is an action puzzle game. The Moon is approaching. At the Future Games Show Spring Showcase, a new trailer for Deliver Us Mars, the sci-fi puzzle sequel to Deliver Us The Moon, debuted, and it looks spooky. As the shaky camera surveys the wreckage, a …

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Robot To Okka Kshanam: eye-opening Telugu science fiction movies!

News oi-Filmibeat desk | Posted: Friday March 25th 2022, 01:27 PM [IST] Sci-fi thriller as a genre has mostly proven to be a safe bet for filmmakers and has done well with the masses, be it Tollywood or any other language film industry. Whether Allu Sirish Okka Kshanammegastar Rajinikanth’s Robot …

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Alex Garland is one of the last masters of science fiction

Most writers and directors do not achieve the status of public recognition that they often deserve. Although filmmakers gain fame from their critical and financial success in their careers, some filmmakers will achieve success but not necessarily recognition. The Marvel movies are a great example of this. Yes, many fans …

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The “Sci-Fi Star” – Is there a dark universe origin for gravitational waves?

Scientists working at the frontier of particle physics propose the existence of a theoretically ultralight exotic boson with a mass billions of times less than that of the electron. They are looking for a “darker” origin of ripples in spacetime, while proving the existence of a dark matter particle. Theories …

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Mass Effect Trilogy co-creator returns to sci-fi in new Humanoid Studio

Casey Hudson’s new Humanoid Studio is preparing a “whole new sci-fi universe”. It’s been a while since Mass Effect Trilogy co-creator and BioWare GM Casey Hudson left his former developer behind to start something new. He started by forming Humanoid Studios and has since hired and curated new content with …

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‘Mass Effect’ Director’s Studio Creates ‘Brand New Sci-Fi Game’

Humanoid Studios – whose CEO and founder directed the original Mass Effect trilogy – revealed some details about his first project. The studio’s website has been updated to state that “the current project is a cross-platform AAA game, focused on [a] character-driven narrative in an all-new sci-fi universe”. The website …

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What is science fiction? A close look at gender

A seemingly simple question that fandom wars can and have been fought over, “What is science fiction?” has a complicated answer. After checking a few dictionaries, the consensus seems to be: Stories that rely on scientific or technological advances, often set in the future or on alien worlds. A hotly …

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Weekend | Bureaucratizing science fiction

In Remedy Entertainment’s sci-fi video game Control, buildings are not human. They are, to all appearances, forged by human hands. Dull, featureless cement walls stretch above desks and cubicles; the white sunlight filters through the blinds and stirs the dusty air; pretentious sculptures litter the long silent halls. Everything about …

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Burrows and Fargion Rewrite and Sci-Fi Coming to Lilian Baylis Studio in May

Choreographer Jonathan Burrows and composer Matteo Fargion have been collaborating for 30 years, slowly building a work that straddles dance, music, performance art and comedy. Rewriting and Science Fiction is presented on Thursday May 5 and Friday May 6 at 8 p.m. at Studio Lilian Baylis. The duets are the …

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Star Trek Original Series Shows Science Fiction Has Always Been Political

It’s a strange thing to see whenever a new star trek the series or character is advertised and revealed as containing some form of current social commentary, that there is inevitably some commentary from a disgruntled person. Such comments are phrased in different ways, but often come back to someone …

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Sci-Fi Double Feature: Five Fun Combinations of Books and Movies

If you like sci-fi movies, chances are you like sci-fi books too. I certainly do. And of course, an easy way to match your on-screen entertainment to your on-page entertainment is to search for adaptations. Sure, the book is often better, but sometimes a story works brilliantly in both mediums. …

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Science fiction movies that inspire you

Most of us got excited about science by watching sci-fi movies. They can come from our memories of childhood or adolescence. The purpose of these types of movies is to create a rattle in your mind. But the best of them will keep you committed to their idea for a …

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The influence of the Twilight Zone on modern science fiction

The twilight zone is one of the most famous television shows of all time, using an anthology format to tell terrifying stories. Creator and writer Rod Serling introduced each episode with a signature start that has become iconic over time. Serling himself is an individual with a massive impact on …

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Are sci-fi stories set in 2022 more dystopian than real in 2022?

Back to the Future II is my favorite sci-fi movie because of its crazy depiction of the future, which is 2015. Watching it as a child, the film became a neon-filled promise of self-tying shoelaces, hoverboards, and garbage-fueled flying cars. Then Real Life 2015 unfolded and the lament of “Where’s …

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Extinction of the Tasmanian tiger is one step closer

A graphical representation of the internal structure of Tasmanian tiger joeys. Credit: TIGGR Laboratory The University of Melbourne is establishing a world-class research laboratory for marsupial deextinction and conservation science with a $5 million philanthropic gift. The donation will be used to establish the Thylacine Integrated Genetic Restoration Research (TIGRR) …

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10 weapons that belong in science fiction

People often talk about how cool a lightsaber is. star wars is or how convenient it would be to have a Phaser of the star trek universe. Imagine being able to paralyze, kill or vaporize enemies in real life. However, only a few of us realize that humans already possess …

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Science, fiction and science fiction | News, Sports, Jobs

Time for a movie review. I’ve only seen “Spider-Man: No Way Home” once, and that was a few months ago, but this will be an in-depth review with everything you need to know. It was a great movie and we enjoyed it – especially when the audience …

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The best recent sci-fi, fantasy and horror – review summary | science fiction books

Woman Eating by Claire Kohda (Virago, £14.99)A young artist arrives in London for an internship in a prestigious gallery. Without enough money for another bedroom, she plans to sleep on the floor of her unfurnished studio. Lydia is the daughter of a Japanese father and a half-British, half-Malaysian mother, but …

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Best new science fiction books to read in March 2022

But she can’t take them to the stars, not quite yet. His opponent is hot on his trail, the future of the planet is at stake, and obeying the First Rule is no longer an option. For the first time in a hundred generations, Mia’s family will have to choose …

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Control Rooms in the Metaverse: Sci-Fi or Just Around the Corner?

Someone once told me that anything we can buy off the shelf seems a lot less exciting when you’re working in an innovation lab. There is a lot of truth in this sentence. Take Barco, for example. Anticipating and creating the future possibilities of our current markets is the best …

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10 Most Influential Robots From Science Fiction Works

Are robots just robots? Today, we build all kinds of drones and robots using emerging technology trends. But technology has never been able to evolve as quickly as our imaginations; before we even started building tangible robots, we imagined what it would be like to be around them. We first …

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Wayne Runde’s new ‘The Genesis Trust’ is engaging sci-fi that finds a group of gifted scientists charged with keeping the science going | News

MEADVILLE, Pa., March 7, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — ‘The Genesis Trust’: A gripping story about the power and will of God. “The Genesis Trust” is the creation of a published author Wayne Rundeveteran US Navy physician and commander. Runde shares: “In the three centuries since Galileo, science has continued to progress. …

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After Yang Composer Aska Matsumiya Brings Sci-Fi Heat – Slog

After Yang premieres this Friday. The film After Yang is not your standard sci-fi movie. It is minimalist in its depiction of technology, centered on family and memory as opposed to the flashy gadgets of its future. Written and directed by video essayist-turned-filmmaker Kogonada, it’s not only getting wide release …

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All new sci-fi books are coming in March!

Head below for the full list of sci-fi titles awaiting you in March! Keep track of all new SFF releases here. All title summaries are taken and/or abstracted from the copy provided by the publisher. Release dates are subject to change. First week (March 1) stars and bones (A Continuation …

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Elex II spawns a stunning sci-fi RPG

ELEX II follows the continuing adventures of Jax as he strives to unite the disparate factions of humanity to confront another alien threat. The game opens with Jax returning home just before it is destroyed by the alien incursion. Despite the threats of another invasion looming in the sky, the …

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ELEX II open-world sci-fi RPG

Players are patiently waiting for the launch of ELEX II, a direct sequel to the original open-world RPG ELEX. Will be happy to know that ELEX II is now available to play on PC via Steam, PlayStation and Xbox. Experience 60 minutes of gameplay as YouTuber ESO walks you through …

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What was the first science fiction film?

Science fiction as a genre has, through generations, been a classic treat of cinema. Films bearing the label range from the iconic star wars movies at Dunes (both the 2021 iteration and the original 1984 film), dipping its toes in the cosmic horror (Annihilation) and comedy (space balls). But where …

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Why science fiction speaks the language of anxiety

Learning to be anxious the right way is learning the ultimate. –Søren Kierkegaard When people think of science fiction, things like space travel, alien invasions, and futuristic technology usually come to mind. Science fiction is all that, but it is also much more. It can take place at any time, …

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$5 million donation brings thylacine de-extinction closer

A graphical representation of the internal structure of Tasmanian tiger joeys. Image: TIGGR Laboratory. The University of Melbourne is establishing a world-class research laboratory for marsupial deextinction and conservation science with a $5 million philanthropic gift. The donation will be used to establish the …

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‘The Hidden Hindu’ is an amalgamation of mythology and science fiction: Akshat Gupta

Interview with Mr. Akshat Gupta, author of the forthcoming book ‘The Hidden Hindu’. Mr. Gupta reveals some interesting facts about his upcoming book and talks at length about mythology as a genre. Q- As we all know that your next book “The Hidden Hindu” is about to be launched, tell …

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Three crazy DARPA projects that sound more like science fiction than science

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is the agency of the United States Department of Defense responsible for the development of emerging technologies that may be used for military purposes. The agency was established on February 7, 1958. It was originally known as the Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA) …

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‘It sounds like science fiction’: Aroa Biosurgery uses sheep to help humans heal

A New Zealand biotech company is turning guts into a potential goldmine, using part of sheep stomachs to create high-tech soft-tissue healing products for humans. Aroa Bioscience has sold more than five million of its medical “devices” derived from sheep stomachs since winning FDA approval in the United States in …

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Portland, OR Author Publishes Science Fiction Novel

Legend of the Maara, a new book by Patrick Castles, has been published by Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc. While studying the distant planet of Earth, Maara, along with his teammates Chaperone, Jason Tabor, an archaeologist, is kidnapped and wakes up naked and alone in a plain white room with no …

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