Here are all the technologies star trek accurately predicted by mun keat looi september 8, 2016 on september 8, 1966, nbc aired the first episode of a new tv series about a starship on a five year mission of space exploration.
It's something often heard in the hit science fiction television series star trek and all of the television shows and movies that followed the transporter essentially dematerialized a human body at one point only to rematerialize it in the transporter bay on the ship.
Photo credit nasa / goddard space flight center / reto stöckli modern technology has been influenced by star trek in many ways all cell phones, smart phones, tablets, and computers have been inspired and created from the influence of star trek. This technology has been instrumental in how we conduct our lives contemporary technology has been influenced by star trek in many ways phones were around for many years before star trek however, they were tied down to the house or office by wires and the bulkiness of the devices.
Star trek has long been a byword for science fiction, offering a utopian vision of a future where technology has allowed mankind to move beyond the conflicts of its past.
When star trek first aired the technology on display seemed beyond science vr could soon become an everyday reality for home users 'we need stability for ariana': ronnie ortiz-magro.
Star trek technology has become reality that we use in our daily lives there are many different forms of technology fields that have been shown in star trek as a first that have become a reality rather than a science fiction (sci-fi) fantasy.
William shatner, who portrayed james t kirk in the original star trek series, believed this as well, and went on to cowrite the book i'm working on that, in which he investigated how star trek technology was becoming feasible. For geeks growing up in the 1960s, 80s and 90s, a vision of the future has been provided by one very successful television franchise: star trek and the future, it turns out, is coming sooner than even trek 's writers could have imagined.