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Luggage Robot
Perfect helper at robotic hotels.
(From The Stainless Steel Rat's Revenge [1970] by Harry Harrison)
Riding Robot
A single person means of bipedal transportation.
(From The Stainless Steel Rat's Revenge [1970] by Harry Harrison)
Gaussrifle
Projectiles driven by electromagnetic forces.
(From The Stainless Steel Rat's Revenge [1970] by Harry Harrison)
Flywheel Cycle
A motorcycle powered by a flywheel.
(From The Stainless Steel Rat's Revenge [1970] by Harry Harrison)
Screamer
An acoustic weapon.
(From The Stainless Steel Rat's Revenge [1970] by Harry Harrison)
Blackout Gas
Cuts input from the optic nerve.
(From The Stainless Steel Rat's Revenge [1970] by Harry Harrison)
Robotnik Automated Hotel
A fully-automated hotel; no human interaction required.
(From The Stainless Steel Rat's Revenge [1970] by Harry Harrison)
Seed Bomb
A tiny explosive that can be embedded under the skin.
(From Flow My Tears, The Policeman Said [1974] by Philip K. Dick)
Microtransmitter Dot
A tiny transmitter placed on ID cards, used to track ID holders.
(From Flow My Tears, The Policeman Said [1974] by Philip K. Dick)
Hood Hologram
A hologrammatic display on the outside surface of a car.
(From Virtual Light [1993] by William Gibson)
Holo-Scanner
A small portable device that acquired holographic surveillance images.
(From A Scanner Darkly [1977] by Philip K. Dick)
Holo-Cube
A very large holographic display, that a person could walk into.
(From A Scanner Darkly [1977] by Philip K. Dick)
Holo-Printing
Errors introduced in data storage media when recording under improper conditions.
(From A Scanner Darkly [1977] by Philip K. Dick)
Death-Reversal Equipment
Brings you back from losing a duel.
(From The Age of The Pussyfoot [1965] by Frederik Pohl)
Garbage Device
Autonomous garbage collection device.
(From The Age of The Pussyfoot [1965] by Frederik Pohl)
Translatophone
A device that performs mechanical translation of one language into another.
(From My Translatophone [1901] by Frank Stockton)
Neural Door Lock
A device that provides access based on neurological data.
(From The Unreconstructed M [1957] by Philip K. Dick)
Death-Rattle
A device that sends a signal upon brain death of the user.
(From The Unreconstructed M [1957] by Philip K. Dick)
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