From fusion reactors to genetically engineered pets, What’s Next’s Trends & Tech Timeline is a mind-blowing look into the future; it starts in present day with predictions up to 2050.
History Channel’s Life After People: The Series begins where the original film left off, with in-depth looks at the decay of cities like L.A. and London; it includes 10 episodes on 3 discs.
Much more gameplay in this latest trailer for Section 8, which is starting to look a bit like Halo but with jumping and big armored suits; still, we’ll reserve judgment until it ships 8/25.
Just one look at this Futuristic Movie Timeline and we realize that real-world 2009 is seriously lagging: we should have gone back to the future (twice) with robot cops and electric sheep.
It’s amazing what a little voice work, a sweet soundtrack and anti-aliasing can do, but this launch trailer for Terminator: Salvation has our hopes way up for the game; it’s out today.
In contrast to the intro, this Terminator: Salvation’s 2016 trailer is pure gameplay but is surprisingly effective at getting the heart rate up with combat scenes in a shattered Los Angeles.
Debuting 4/30 in L.A., Turbo is a 20 minute short for a USC graduate thesis about a futuristic video game tournament; it was shot on a RED camera and produced by a four man team.
Stormrise is now available, and with it this launch trailer gives a proper introduction; it’s a mix of cinematic world-ending voiceovers and a breakdown of the game’s various features.
Empty out your bank account like it’s Judgment Day: the Terminator 2 Complete Collector’s Set (available 5/19) nets you six discs including Blu-ray and a 14″ T-800 Endoskull bust.
Created by legendary 405 director Bruce Branit, World Builder is like a next-gen version of Second Life; it was shot in a single day but required two years of post production.
Easily the best trailer yet for Terminator: Salvation, enough juicy details are revealed that it borders on spoiler territory; appropriately, it emphasizes the human side of the story.
Microsoft gives us a peek into the future: dubbed “Office 2019,” everything from walls to newspapers will serve dynamic information. Personally, we can’t wait for our coffee mug to BSoD.
Time travel sounds like a good idea, unless your past self turns out to be a dick: this short with Paul Scheer will make you reconsider your plans to finally build that flux capacitor.
Terminator: Salvation isn’t even out yet, but this T-600 bust from the upcoming movie is already available for preorder; measuring 6″ x 5″ x 5″, we dig the creepy base made out of skulls.
From the creators of Star Wreck, Iron Sky (currently in pre-production) has a deliciously b-movie style plot: Space Nazis from the far side of the moon invade the Earth in the year 2018.
No, not that Terminator; this dark and foreboding trailer, revealed at last night’s Spike VGA Awards, gives us hope that this videogame adaptation of the upcoming movie won’t suck.
Fallout 3’s first downloadable content is on the way, and IGN has a sneak peek courtesy lead producer Jeff Gardiner; it’ll include Operation Anchorage, The Pitt and Broken Steel.
A Japanese subtitled version has been up for several days, but above is the official two minute trailer of Terminator: Salvation; Apple also has an HD version for download here.
Anyone who uses a cellphone owes something to late author Arthur C. Clarke; we think this student film for his epic Rama series is a fitting ode to an all-around amazing gentleman.
GameRadar has put together a fun little comparison between Fallout 3 and real-life D.C.; the verdict: Bethesda got things pretty darned close, albeit with some artistic license.
Let freedom ring with Red Faction: Guerilla’s latest trailer; the rebels use everything from giant hammers and mining equipment to mechs to hit back at their EDF oppressors.
It was only a matter of time before Minority Report’s gesture tech became a reality; made in part by a science advisor for the movie, Oblong’s g-Speak is a “spatial operating environment.”
Check out these leaked pics while they last: they show off concept robots from upcoming Terminator prequel Salvation, including the precursor to Arnie Schwarzenegger’s model.
Jumeirah Gardens is a futuristic “city within a city” in Dubai composed of three projects; the fluidly designed architecture will feature sky bridges and suspended garden canopies.
Pasadena Art Center graduate James Paick has a fantastic collection of sci-fi inspired imagery; while he does characters and vehicles, his focus is on futuristic environments.
Nicolas Bouvier, aka Sparth, is a consummate sci-fi illustrator with best of breed skills. Check out his vast gallery–there are over 450 sketches and illustrations for you to pore over.
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