space colony futuristic art from the 70s

There were a lot of very great futuristic visualizations that came out of the 1970s including these brain warping space colonies. NASA’s Ames Research Center gathered artists to help design spaces colonies in the cosmos that could accommodate up to 10,000 people.Enjoy!

Space Colony Futuristic Art From The 1970s
Space Colony Futuristic Art From The 1970s


ladies and gentlemen we’re floating in space

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vintage sci-fi movie poster
vintage sci-fi movie poster

welcome to the future

retro computer ads from the 70s and 80s
retro computer ads from the 70s and 80s

retro computer ads from the 70s and 80s
retro computer ads from the 70s and 80s
retro computer ads from the 70s and 80s
retro computer ads from the 70s and 80s
retro computer ads from the 70s and 80s
retro computer ads from the 70s and 80s
retro computer ads from the 70s and 80s
retro computer ads from the 70s and 80s
retro computer ads from the 70s and 80s
retro computer ads from the 70s and 80s
retro computer ads from the 70s and 80s
retro computer ads from the 70s and 80s
retro computer ads from the 70s and 80s
retro computer ads from the 70s and 80s
retro computer ads from the 70s and 80s
retro computer ads from the 70s and 80s
retro computer ads from the 70s and 80s
retro computer ads from the 70s and 80s
retro computer ads from the 70s and 80s
retro computer ads from the 70s and 80s
retro computer ads from the 70s and 80s
retro computer ads from the 70s and 80s
retro computer ads from the 70s and 80s
retro computer ads from the 70s and 80s
retro computer ads from the 70s and 80s
retro computer ads from the 70s and 80s
retro computer ads from the 70s and 80s
retro computer ads from the 70s and 80s
retro computer ads from the 70s and 80s
retro computer ads from the 70s and 80s
retro computer ads from the 70s and 80s
retro computer ads from the 70s and 80s
retro computer ads from the 70s and 80s
retro computer ads from the 70s and 80s
retro computer ads from the 70s and 80s
retro computer ads from the 70s and 80s
retro computer ads from the 70s and 80s
retro computer ads from the 70s and 80s
retro computer ads from the 70s and 80s
retro computer ads from the 70s and 80s
retro computer ads from the 70s and 80s
retro computer ads from the 70s and 80s

The future according to films

cathedonia

The Universe Is As Big As Your Mind


Philippe Caza

John Carpender: The man and his movies

This is great wee documentary on one of cinema’s finest directors, John Carpenter: Fear Is Just the Beginning…The Man and His Movies, which examines the great man’s work over 4 decades.
Carpenter is an auteur in the style of Hitchcock, Hawks, Walsh and Fuller, who has managed to maintain his independence and singularity of vision against the fickleness of box office audiences and public taste. He also has a tremendous grasp of film history, which he references in his work: from Donald Pleasance’s doctor in Halloween taking the name of Samuel Loomis from Hitchcock’s Psycho, to re-interpreting Howard Hawks’ Rio Bravo via George A Romero’s Night of the Living Dead in the classic Assault on Precinct 13.
John Carpenter: Fear Is Just the Beginning…The Man and His Movies interviews the maverick director and has contributions from Jamie Lee Curtis, Kurt Russell, Adrienne Barbeau, Debra Hill, and includes a look at the making of such favorites as Escape From New York, The Thing and The Fog.

dan dos santos

Το αυτοδηγούμενο αυτοκίνητο της Google

Ο Σεμπαστιάν Τρούν βοήθησε στην κατασκευή του εκπληκτικού αυτοδηγούμενου αυτοκινήτου της Google, παρακινούμενος από μια πολύ προσωπική αποστολή να σώσει ανθρώπινες ζωές και να μειώσει τα τροχαία ατυχήματα. Συναρπαστικά βίντεο δείχνουν το αυτοκίνητο που κέρδισε το διαγωνισμό DAPRA Challenge να κινείται σε αστικούς δρόμους με έντονη κίνηση χωρίς κάποιον οδηγό πίσω από το τιμόνι και συγκλονιστικά στιγμιότυπα από το TED2011 που επιδικνύουν πόσο γρήγορα μπορεί να κινηθεί.

http://video.ted.com/assets/player/swf/EmbedPlayer.swf