Are you having trouble getting your kid to pipe down? Does said kid love Star Trek: The Next Generation? Does this mean you don’t have cable? If you answered yes to all three, you have two choices: duct tape or the awesome Star Trek Quiet Book.
Everyone who has ever watched an episode of Star Trek or one of the Trek films has probably thought it would be cool to have a tricorder. Even consumer electronics maker Qualcomm wants to bring tricorders to reality.
Anyone who’s used Google Translate on a mobile device on the go has realized how close we are to getting a universal translator. While Google Translate isn’t always accurate, it does the job well enough for you to be able to get the gist of another language that you don’t speak.
Today’s youth may be preoccupied with camp vampire or camp werewolf, but we geeks have had years of our own team debate: Kirk versus Picard. Frankly, I’ve never been a big fan of the original Star Trek series, I only started watching when TNG aired and Jean-Luc is still the captain of choice for me.
We all know that if you wore a red shirt on Star Trek (the original series) that your days (or minutes) were likely numbered. Maybe it’s just that working for the Security or Engineering departments on a Federation starship is more dangerous than most other jobs.
Trekkies, have I got something for you. If you’re thinking about redecorating your living room in a Star Trek motif, you’re going to want to seriously think about incorporating this bit of furniture into your game plan.
Who could forget the Miranda-class cruisers that first showed up in one of the best original Trek movies, Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan. The most famous is the Reliant, stolen, captained by Khan Noonien Singh, and eventually trashed by the Enterprise’s phasers and Genesis.
Going to the doctor sucks, I think many would agree. I won’t go unless something is hanging loosely by tendon and sinew or I take another arrow to the knee. Checkup is another word for hypochondria to me.
This may be the coolest mailbox ever. Too bad it can’t just phaser your junk mail before it enters the shuttlecraft docking bay. Also too bad it can’t use a tractor beam to get the mail from the box to your door.
YouTuber/Trekkie/ambient noise addict crysknife007 loves the idling engine noise in Star Trek: The Next Generation. He loves it so much that he made a 24-hour looping version of it. On video. And put it up on YouTube.