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Bookmarks tagged with “sciencefiction”

90 bookmarks by garrettc



Technovelgy

Lists inventions from science fiction novels

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TV Writing - Bibles

Show bibles (world and writing guides) for Battlestar Galactica, Doctor Who, Farscape, Star Trek and more.

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The Glad Hosts, by Rebecca Campbell | LACKINGTON'S

Mai knew them from photographs back on Earth, but she was still mesmerized by the creatures overhead.

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Blade Runner: The Animated Series

Speculative art on what an animated Blade Runner might look like.

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Episode 1 : Salad Mug - DYNAMO DREAM - YouTube

Feels so good to finally post this! Unending thanks to all the friends who worked to help make this happen, and all of the folks over on the patreon! A lot changed over the course of making this episode (you can probably feel it), and while I'm really excited about this episode, I'm even more excited to keep everything moving for the next bit; the big goal is to be able to finish these things a bit faster than every 3 years :P Thanks so much for watching- I hope you enjoy it. If you DID enjoy it and want to chip in a bit financially for future episodes, I've documented a ton of the process (and shared a bunch of assets) over on my Patreon. Mostly VFX/blender tutorials and such, but also more general breakdowns, too, and I'd of course love to see you there. http://www.patreon.com/IanHubert Also, HUGE thanks to Impossible Acoustic for being down to take on this project! The degree to which the audio sculpts the end experience here is absolutely wild. https://www.impossibleacoustic.com Composited in After Effects, All 3d work in Blender (blender.org) Huge thanks again, to everyone :D

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The Expanse UI Design

Here’s a look at the various FUI designs from the sci-fi series The Expanse

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VFXcool: Flight of the Navigator - YouTube

Captain Disillusion leaves Alan in charge of an episode and things get rapidly nostalgic.

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68:Hazard:Cold

`Beep, she thought, and then said it aloud because she had a beeper and why the hell not. “Beep. Beep.”`

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Lena

"As the earliest viable brain scan, MMAcevedo is one of a very small number of brain scans to have been recorded before widespread understanding of the hazards of uploading and emulation. He is considered by some to be the "first immortal", and by others to be a profound warning of the horrors of immortality."

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Star Wars: The Complete Canon Timeline (2020) - YouTube

This is the entire history of the Star Wars canon as of May 4, 2020. The Star Wars films, TV shows, books, comics, video games, and short stories are all summarized into the most important moments in galactic history!

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Ghost In The Shell

A deep dive into the many worlds of Ghost in the Shell, and a guide to exploring them.

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YouTube

It is the year 2071. There have been no reported instances of terrorism or violent crime in over 3 decades in Pakistan. The cost - the systematic subjugation of human emotion.

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Typeset In The Future

"This site is dedicated to typography and iconography as it appears in sci-fi and fantasy movies and TV shows."

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The Expanse - Thingiverse Search

Thingiverse is a universe of things. Download our files and build them with your lasercutter, 3D printer, or CNC.

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Sci-fi Corridor Archive

Screenshots of corridors from sci-fi films.

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Behind the scenes of Moon

Gavin Rothery, a Science Fiction concept artist, shares his work on the Duncan Jones film Moon.

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Marvel Cinematic Universe timeline: How to watch every MCU film and TV show in chronological order

"… every piece of MCU viewing material mapped out in chronological order, including movies, Netflix shows, one-shots (those mini-films you will find in the DVD extras), and other TV shows. In brackets are the years the films officially take place in, as confirmed by Marvel studios."

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A Fistful of Woolongs - A Cowboy Bebop Retrospective - YouTube

20 years after its debut, Cowboy Bebop still stands as one of the greatest anime series of all time. In this video I take a look at its rocky road to release and the lasting impact it's had on the industry in the decades following.

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The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction

Welcome to the third edition of The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction. Our aim is to provide a comprehensive, scholarly, and critical guide to science fiction in all its forms.

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Stories about A.I. in 100+ years of sci-fi movies

"What forms of A.I. appear in movies? Are the stories more positive or negative? What stories tend to correlate with others? What does this imply that we should do right now about AI? An analysis by Chris Noessel for Scifiinterfaces.com, Visualized by Sebastian Sadowski"

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Untold AI: Poster

"As of this posting, the Untold AI analysis stands at 11 posts and around 17,000 words. (And there are as yet a few more to come. Probably.) That’s a lot to try and keep in your head. To help you see and reflect on the big picture, I present…a big picture."

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Untold AI: Tone over time

"When we begin to look at AI stories over time, as we did in the prior post and will continue in this one, one of the basic changes we can track is how the stories seem to want us to feel about AI, or their tone. Are they more positive about AI, more negative, or neutral/balanced?"

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Planet Generator by Zarkonnen

Thousands of planets for you to explore.

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The Egg

An Andy Weir short story.

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The Kindle wink

If you own one of Amazon’s e-readers, there’s a good chance you’ve accessed the “Manage Your Kindle” page at some point. Do you notice anything strange about that URL?

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Seat 14C

ANA Flight 008 mysteriously lands in San Francisco 20 years in the future. Read the stories as told from the perspectives of the passengers.

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They're Made Out Of Meat

"They made the machines. That's what I'm trying to tell you. Meat made the machines."

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2084: The anthology

"Fifteen predictions, seventy years in the future. By 2084 the world we know is gone. These are stories from our world seven decades later."

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Spaceships by Lars Stieger

Buildings photographed to evoke futuristic spaceships.

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Guns and (Shea) Butter: An Oral History of 'Predator'

Guns and (Shea) Butter: An Oral History of 'Predator' Courtesy of Photofest From left: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Elpidia Carrillo, Carl Weathers and Bill Duke in…

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From Tape Drives to Memory Orbs, the Data Formats of Star Wars Suck (Spoilers)

"Rogue One is a great addition to the Star Wars universe because it takes a glaringly stupid plot mechanism—the exhaust port vulnerability in the Death Star—and attributes it to an architect’s sabotage. One of the dumbest things about the Star Wars franchise then becomes something sad, poignant, and believable. But Rogue One also raises new questions about its fictional world. Some really burning, important questions. Like, what’s the deal with the disk formats of the Star Wars universe?"

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2016 ILM Art Department Challenge

Industrial Light & Magic, Wacom and ArtStation teamed up to offer a community of artists the opportunity to engage directly with ILM Art Directors in the world of Star Wars. The goal was to find new and exciting creators eager to prove themselves, and we're very happy to introduce the finalists and winning artists of the 2016 ILM Art Department Challenge.

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Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind Timeline

This is a timeline I created of the events in the film Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. For those unfamiliar with the film, the main character (Joel)–in the wake of a nasty breakup&#821…

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FLATLAND 2015-2016

"In the style of the Paris scene in Inception and Berg's Here & There maps, Aydın Büyüktaş's Flatland project features photographs of city scenes seemingly folded over onto themselves."

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Clarkesworld Magazine - Science Fiction & Fantasy

CLARKESWORLD HUGO AWARD-WINNING SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY MAGAZINE Meshed — by Rich Larson — AUDIO VERSION In the dusked-down gym, Oxford Diallo is making holo…

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Today I Am Paul by Martin L. Shoemaker : Clarkesworld Magazine - Science Fiction & Fantasy

Today I am Paul. I activate my chassis extender, giving myself 3.5 centimeters additional height so as to approximate Paul’s size. I change my eye color to R60, G200, B180, the average shade of Paul’s eyes in interior lighting. I adjust my skin tone as well.

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All Her Children Fought

Based on the short story by Tobias Buckell (http://www.TobiasBuckell.com). When every pound to orbit counts, who will fight for our future in deep space?

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