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!
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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.