No, that is not a message sent from the future by James T. Kirk, warning us to treat the whales nicely. You’re looking at 30 lit quadcopter robots forming a Starfleet insignia in the night sky above London, just because they can.
Etsy seller Elizabeth Dean’s hand towels are embroidered with icons from classic videogames and sci-fi franchises, including Super Mario Bros., The Legend of Zelda and Doctor Who. They’re great for tidying up the occasional geekgasm. Actually I don’t know what that’s like and I don’t want to know.
Starfleet is open to almost all lifeforms who are capable of completing the academy’s courses – apparently even Tribbles. This is the only Tribble to ever join Starfleet and there are many good reasons for that.
Pluto may not be an official planet any more, but that hasn’t stopped space geeks from being excited over the recent discovery of several new moons orbiting the former planet. As for the discovery of the new moons, scientists reached out to space fans to ask them to help pick a name for the moons.
Tablets, the final frontier. These are the clothes of the Apple iPad… No, really. These cool knitted Star Trek uniform tops are designed for your iPad to wear. They are made by Etsy seller KnitterWho, who is just a simple tailor, not a Cardassian spy.
With the upcoming Star Trek: Into Darkness ready to storm into theaters this May, we’re getting ready for whatever sort of merchandising may come along with the flick. One of the first items to pop onto our radar screen is this awesome looking model of the Starship Enterprise.
Scotty. One to beam up. And hurry up, I’m hungry. I don’t want to eat my communicator and end up stranded on this alien planet. Yep, this is a gingerbread version of a standard-issue Starfleet communicator from Star Trek.
Confession: I’m wary of sharing anything related to Star Trek because I barely know anything about the franchise. It’s a franchise right? Right. But I do know that I’d rather wear a Worf hoodie instead of a Chewbacca hoodie.
Breakfast. The final frontier. These are the voyages of morning hunger…
Shall I go on? No?
Nothing beats pancakes in the morning. Well, unless we are talking about pancakes made into the faces of the Enterprise crew.
Wil Wheaton has a gnarly sense of humor. Maybe that’s something you sort of develop if you play a character that creators loved but audiences loathed on Star Trek: The Next Generation. Yes, folks, Wil Wheaton is the guy who played Ensign Wesley Crusher.
Scientists and researchers around the world are always investigating better ways to help children learn important subjects like math and science. A group of researchers at Durham University has been working for the last three years on a project to design and develop the classroom of the future.
If you are looking for a scale replica of the Starship Enterprise, why not go straight to one just like the Enterprise D studio miniature that was used in The Next Generation series. This 1:850 scale measures 29.5″ long x 22″ wide x 6″ high – or 11″ high when mounted on its base.
Whether you’re a Trekkie, a Trekker, or just a plain old Star Trek fan, you’ll want to dump those crappy old drinking glasses you have in your kitchen cabinet, and replace them with these Trek-inspired designs.