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Star Trek has had some big impacts on real-world technology. We're taking a look at stuff that went from science fiction to science fact!
See what innovative tech from Star Trek is making an impact in our daily lives!
We saw early on that Romulans could make their ships disappear, and researchers are now working to bend light in hopes of achieving a similar effect.
It was used to make the tanks that held the whales in "Star Trek IV", and it exists in the real world under the name ALON.
Tricorders are a Star Trek standby, and "lab-on-a-chip" technology is putting something very similiar on the International Space Station.
Geordi La Forge saw the world through a special visor, and Bionic Vision Australia is working on a system to help blind patients recover some of their vision.
about 5 hours ago
The Razer Blade gaming laptop - is it worth the hype? We'll tell you all about it - http://t.co/WXVeMmtpfq
about 9 hours ago
A music streamer that can double as a WiFi hotspot! http://t.co/m1VGtQXNPY
A plan to bring Internet access to the whole world via high-flying balloons - that's Google's Project Loon - http://t.co/mT8yzX18R8
Uh Oh - @johnpoz is playing with fire! If you ever wanted a recipe for spontaneous combustion, here it is... http://t.co/6U5UIUNsZ6
Mac users - looking for a good wireless keyboard and trackpad combo? http://t.co/cbO3pQIdrP
5 days ago
What Google stands to gain in the Waze acquisition - http://t.co/l4wUqr9vBt