4D Printing

Adaptive InfrastructureSo I watch TED talks fairly often and there was one that came out fairly recently about 4D printing. If you’re wondering how you can print in the 4th dimension (time), I would ask what if you considered self-assembling materials? Think of the ability to print out materials that are able to independently shape themselves and self-assemble over time. There is a huge market for such a technology.

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Touch Screen Interface

This article is a few weeks old (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-21603323), but I’ve recently decided/had time to write about it. It’s a fantastic new piece of equipment that is a new type of touch screen computer interface. This invention is call space top; however it has something that traditional touch screens lack; the ability to touch things on the screen. That’s correct folks you can moving things around the screen by “physically” grabbing them.

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I Think the Zerg Need a Hug

While this is ridiculously silly and means almost absolutely nothing, I want to write a short post about one of PETA’s newest protests. Refer here: (http://www.peta.org/b/thepetafiles/archive/2013/03/11/peta-starcraft-zerglings-have-feelings-too.aspx). What this is all about is creating awareness for the ethical treatment of the Zerg. Continue reading

The Worst of the Best (Super-Villains)

supervillainsThis week I will be making a list of the 10 worst super-villains, mostly because it seemed like a good idea at the time. I know there are like a million and a half other lists out there (I know this because I looked up about 60% of them before my brain threatened to melt) but, I decided to make my own. I’ve set up this list based on a few criteria:

1) I’m going to pick from well-known super-villains not crazy obscure ones;

2) Worthlessness with be graded on the scope of the villainy and how ineffectual the actually villain is, and character concept.


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Science: Maybe Fiction

The original crew watch as Dr. McCoy does his science thing.

“It’s worse than that, he’s dead Jim. Or very nearly dead.”

Welcome to the first week of this online magazine-like publication. Beyond Infinity will be written about whatever Sci-Fi, fantasy, scientific innovation or discovery I find interesting this week. If any of the readers wish to add a topic, feel free to email the site and suggest one. I hear that the beginning is a good place to start so let me open with the creation of modern technology and how our beloved science fiction had an impact on its development.

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