Category Archives: science fiction
By checking P5ych’s twitter I found a clever short story about alien visitors. Read this untitled story over at Secrets of Mysteries!
A very impressive indy sci-fi short, sort of an introduction to a potential TV show. Very high production values, although I’m not sure the direction it takes at the end is the right one.
It seems HALO has a live action TV series set in the game’s universe now. Released through youtube directly, here’s the first episode.
Jukka Sarasti, captain of the Theseus from Peter Watts’ novel Blindsight, available through creative commons here Who you do send to meet the alien when the alien doesn’t want to meet? You send a linguist with multiple … Continue reading
Blender, the open source 3d app is getting more powerful with every iteration, as demonstrated by the open movie projects the blender foundation makes in order to test drive and hone the software. This latest one is a live action … Continue reading
The Charles Stross/Cory Doctorow collab novel “The rapture of the nerds” has been released in a Creative Commons format for all to read over at Stross’ site. Read it here if you like. I still haven’t finished the book, and … Continue reading
Suidobashi heavy industry from Japan is selling their first product, a consumer grade mecha. Only ONE MEEELLION DOLLARS!
Sight from Sight Systems on Vimeo. This one caught my eye while I was reading the Penny Arcade blog.
A pretty cool short film. What is in the box? It must be good.