10 things that may be too Star Trek-y for Star Trek Beyond  -By Rick Austin @EvolvedRick
Sep30

10 things that may be too Star Trek-y for Star Trek Beyond -By Rick Austin @EvolvedRick

The next Star Trek film has already had its fair share of ups and downs, from a game of musical chairs for directors to the hot topic of whether this is going to be the last film in the series. When Simon Pegg took on the role of co-writer it seemed like things were going on the right track, even if the new film has been given the silly title of Star Trek Beyond and there’s been talks of constant rewrites. Then he said something...

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3D tour of the USS Enterprise
Sep24

3D tour of the USS Enterprise

A 3D artist has painstakingly recreated the USS Enterprise from Star Trek: The Next Generation so fans can take their own virtual tour. Unsurprisingly, Jason B is also a huge fan of the franchise and has created the digital ‘museum’ of the iconic ship using the Unreal 4 game engine. The only snag is you will need to have a virtual reality headset like Oculus Rift to walk around it. The Enterprise 3D Project is based on what he saw in...

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Win Tickets to the Star Trek: The Ultimate Voyage Concert in London
Aug19

Win Tickets to the Star Trek: The Ultimate Voyage Concert in London

World premiere of Star Trek: The Ultimate Voyage Tour celebrates five decades of Star Trek Set to beam down to Royal Albert Hall this November Five decades of Star Trek will be celebrated at the Royal Albert Hall in a stunning new show featuring the most iconic footage from the legendary films and TV series – as the unforgettable music is played live on stage by a concert orchestra. The world premiere of Star Trek: The Ultimate Voyage...

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Reference Guide for the Future gets an update
Aug08

Reference Guide for the Future gets an update

The Star Trek Encyclopedia: A Reference Guide for the Future, which has long been the go-to source for everything related to the Star Trek canon, soon will be updated for the first time since its release in 1999. Due out in autumn 2016 from becker&mayer!, the updated The Star Trek Encyclopedia, by Michael Okuda and Denise Okuda, will include a completely new design, illustrations and exhaustively researched and detailed entries on...

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Voyager’s Continuing Missions – 2 Pathways by Jeri Taylor
Aug06

Voyager’s Continuing Missions – 2 Pathways by Jeri Taylor

This week we take on the second of Jeri Taylors masterworks, Pathways. This time around the bend she tackles the backstories of all her favorite senior staff (sorry Seven!). Did we enjoy this more than Mosaic? Was Harry Kim’s backstory the rousing and terrific tale we’ve come to expect from Voyager’s storytelling surrounding him? You’ll have to tune in and see on Voyager’s Continuing Missions episode 2...

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William Shatner’s “Chaos on the bridge” now generally available
Aug05

William Shatner’s “Chaos on the bridge” now generally available

VISION FILMS AND CONTENT MEDIA SET TO RELEASE DOCUMENTARY William Shatner Presents: Chaos on the Bridge ON MAJOR DIGITAL MEDIA PLATFORMS in the USA on August 1st and the UK on August 3rd 2015 Vision Films and Content Media have teamed together to release the highly anticipated documentary William Shatner Presents: Chaos on the Bridge in both the USA and UK simultaneously on August 1st and August 3rd 2015, respectively. The film will...

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Pluto
Jul14

Pluto

Nasa’s New Horizons spacecraft has made the first visit to Pluto, speeding past at 14km per second. Earlier, the space agency released the most detailed picture yet as it hurtled towards the dwarf planet on Tuesday. The probe was set to grab more images and other data as it passed just 12,500km from the little world at 11:50 GMT (12:50 BST). The spacecraft is currently out of contact with Earth as it continues its observations....

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Transparent Aluminium
Jul07

Transparent Aluminium

In 1986 the secret of transparent Aluminium was leaked to scientists by Montgomery Scott, well scientist have been busy and this is now a reality. While the U.S. Navy is busy with the development of a new bulletproof material called Spinel, Surmet Corporation is already commercially producing its own version called ALON®. Technically known as aluminum oxynitride, Star Trek fans may be more familiar with the term “transparent aluminum”...

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Become a Starfleet Cadet
Jul05

Become a Starfleet Cadet

Star Trek: The Starfleet Academy Experience, a brand-new interactive exhibit which uses the Star Trek franchise as a springboard to teach visitors about science and technology, will make its world debut at the Canada Aviation and Space Museum (CASM) in Ottawa, Canada, on May 26, 2016. Visitors can become Starfleet cadets, attempt to beat the Kobayashi Maru test and pilot a starship from an active bridge. “We are very proud to be...

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For the Love of Spock
Jun22

For the Love of Spock

For the Love of Spock is a documentary that Adam Nimoy hopes to make about his father and Spock. For more information see https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/adamnimoy/for-the-love-of-spock-a-documentary-film  

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