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Sci-fi interfaces | Stop watching sci-fi. Start using it.

Scifiinterfaces analyzes the speculative technology in sci-fi movies and TV shows for fun and erudition.

  • By Chris Noessel
  • Based in United States of America
  • Roughly 10 posts per year
  • First post on

Posts per year

Data for this chart is available in the table below
Posts per year
Year starting Posts
2022 10
2023 10
2024 2

Any gaps could be due to errors when fetching the blog’s feed.

Most recent posts

Lessons in instrument design from Star Trek
by S. Astrid Bin Editor’s Note: Longtime fans of this site may be familiar with its “tag line,” “Stop watching sci-fi. Start using it.” So I was thrilled when a friend told me they had …
On , by Christopher Noessel, 1,961 words
Observations and Reflections
So what is a 3D interface? These examples, although fictional, demonstrate that “3D” can be used in different ways. In Jurassic Park and Hackers, 3D graphics are used to create a richer display with more …
On , by scifihughf, 904 words
Santa Tech: Rise of the Guardians (2012)
We interrupt the 3D file browsing series for this Santa-holiday one-off post. If you’re trapped somewhere needing design-and-Santa-related distraction, here’s a bunch of words, images, and links for you. Longtime readers may recall the Who …
On , by Christopher Noessel, 2,932 words