in 1976, Star Wars concept artist Ralph McQuarrie completed the first painting - The Droids in the Desert - to help sell the look of George Lucas’ faraway galaxy to studio executives at Twentieth Century Fox.
a militarized version of their BigDog robot called the LS3 (legged squad support systems)....here's what i thought it could look like. Its very much an idealized "hollywood" version, i doubt some of the servo-based joints i used could take the +400lb loads that the real one needs to take and still function properly.....might work everything out a bit more at a later date.
Get Your Geek On KUT News Now they're kicking that fan-friendly improv style into high gear, by inviting superfans of eight of the most popular pop culture universes to participate in, geek out to, or just watch some live fan fiction.
On Friday TrekMovie reported about a 41-year-old New York Star Trek fan named Daniel who has been given less than two months to live and was having trouble getting to see the nine minute preview of Star Trek Into ...
Damien Walter: Mainstream recognition, acknowledgement of the genius of M John Harrison and a rekindled fascination with the final frontier - here are my predictions for science fiction this year (RT @damiengwalter: Sci-Fi predictions for 2013...
The Australian Financial Review 10 biggest gadget let-downs of 2012 TechRadar UK Being a gadget fan can be saddening sometimes. Gadgets you've waited for for years turn out to be less than you expected, or don't turn up at all.
And the Winner Is… Reader's Choice for Top 10 Fantasy and Sci-Fi Movie Quotes Wired And the winner in the category “Top 10 Fantasy and Sci-Fi Movie Quote,” as selected by the readers of GeekDad, is “I'm sorry, Dave.
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