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His goal with the project is to make the invisible visible. (Photo by Luis Hernan)

Luis Hernan was always curious about how wireless technologies like radio are transmitted through the air. So after finishing up his studies in architecture, computer science, and design, Hernan decided to research these invisible signals through a PhD at Newcastle University. Hernan set up a system that turned the wireless signals around him into colourful, ghostlike images using long-exposure photography, allowing people to see the strength of the signals around them. (Photo by Luis Hernan)
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13 Aug 2014 09:38:00
Philippe Marquis of Canada during the FIS Freestyle Ski World Cup Dual Moguls

Philippe Marquis of Canada during the FIS Freestyle Ski World Cup Dual Moguls on December 20, 2011 in Meribel, France. (Photo by Alain Grosclaude/Agence Zoom/Getty Images)
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22 Dec 2011 12:00:00
Frozen With Fear

This line of sci-fi and horror-inspired popsicles comes from ice cream maker and clothing designer Stoyn. Some of the flavors -- apple carrot puree, tomato hot pepper -- sound a little unappetizing, but Mario's Tequila Sunrise is probably pretty good, and definitely not as creepy looking.
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18 Mar 2013 12:58:00
Schimmel Pegasus Grand Piano

The Schimmel Pegasus Grand Piano looks more like a spaceship or something else from the Sci-Fi channel than a piano. Schimmel made 14 of these about 10 years ago for people like Prince, Eddie Murphy and Lenny Kravitz. If you have tonnes of money, there is currently one for sale. They are asking US$110,000.
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01 Aug 2013 08:53:00
Drawing By Christopher Lovell

Artist Christopher Lovell counts himself lucky to have been a child of the 80s. The toys, cartoons and movies of the era left him spellbound, fueling his imagination. He finds this inspiration allows him to express himself very naturally through his art. Having developed a deep interest in fantasy and sci-fi, he spent his childhood and teen years immersed in every aspect of creativity he could access.
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30 May 2015 09:22:00
Russia's New Tram Of The Future

The Russian One is a new commuter tram that looks like something from a Sci-Fi film. The futuristic tram features LED cabin lighting, felt-covered sofas, wooden handrails, and sliding glass doors that operate by touchscreen. Luckily, photographer Ilya Varlamov was able to snap some pictures of the new Russian One prototype, right from the showroom floor.
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10 Jul 2014 11:31:00
Surburban Woman #10, Mountainville, New York, August 2006. (Photo by Steven Klein)

US Vogue’s top fashion editor works with photographers to inject style with sci-fi and fantasy. A new book, “Stoppers: Photographs from My Life at Vogue” by Phyllis Posnick and Vogue’s chief editor, Anna Wintour, highlights the results. Here: Surburban Woman #10, Mountainville, New York, August 2006. (Photo by Steven Klein)
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16 Dec 2016 10:48:00
The Machines Of The Isle Of Nantes

Due to the influence of Sci-Fi movies, many of us have an obsession with giant robots. How cool would it be to ride a gigantic robotic dinosaur or elephant? It would be even cooler to control one! Regretfully, the modern technologies are not yet sophisticated enough to fulfill this dream. Pierre Orefice and François Delarozière, however, came very close. These two artists have made it their goal to turn Nantes, France, into a hot tourist destination spot for people who love robots. In their project of Machines de l'île in Nantes, they have created a whole park of robotic monstrosities, ranging from a giant 3 story high elephant to a 2 meter long centipede crawling on a rail track.
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05 Jan 2015 13:21:00