Clement Fezandie:
Science Fiction Technology and Ideas
Ernest Clement Fezandie (b. 1865 - d. 1959) is an American businessman, playwright and author based circa 1886-1919 in New York, though he lived and travelled in the Middle East in later life, and died in Belgium.
Invention/Technology Source Work (Publication Date)

Automatic Judge
Automatically listens to the plaintiff and defendant and provides a just verdict.

Dr. Hackensaw's Secrets Some Minor Inventions (1926)

Electric Typewriter
A typewriter that used the power of electricity to strike the letters onto the paper, rather than the finger muscles of the typist.

Dr. Hackensaw's Secrets Some Minor Inventions (1926)

Phonographic Locks
Doors that open using voice recognition.

A Journey to the Year 2025 (1921)

Individual powered flight.

A Journey to the Year 2025 (1921)

Vocal Typewriter
A device that accepts spoken dictation and produces printed copy.

Dr. Hackensaw's Secrets Some Minor Inventions (1926)

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