Microsoft is currently working on a similar to holodec gaming system!
‘”Perhaps a Star Trek experience within our lifetime is not such a remote possibility.” These are the words of Dr. Harold “Sonny” White, the Advanced Propulsion Theme Lead for the NASA Engineering Directorate. Dr. White and his colleagues don’t just believe a real life warp drive is theoretically possible; they’ve already started the work to create one.’
Can i just say : Woot!!
Read the whole thing here, and try to keep your geeky pants on, Still a long way to go
After a couple rumors it seems the new title of of J.J. Abrams’ Star Trek sequel has been officially announced. It will be ‘Star Trek Into the Darkness’
Official story here.
At Comic-Con this year, Hasbro’s toy block division is launching a new Star Trek toy line. The toys themselves won’t be seen until 2013 but here’s a cute video about it produced by the Bad Robot company, who also gave us Lost and Fringe.
Here’s a blast from the past!
Sugar Smacks cereal produced many covers featuring pop culture favorites, including Mister Spock himself! It’s a cool vintage design that definitely makes us smile!
At least we now know where space energy comes from! :p
It’s actually quite surprising that there hasn’t been a custom-made ring made already relating to all things Star Trek. Or maybe there has been, and this one just got the opportunity to be noticed recently. Either way, any female Trekkie who is waiting for the day that her enterprising hero comes along and asks for her hand in marriage would probably love to be adorned with this engaging ring. Yeah yeah, my attempts at puns are futile, I know.
According to io9.com,
Etsy seller VaLa Jewellery offers this engagement ring in the shape of the Starfleet insignia. And, in Federation-appropriate fashion, it’s not studded with a diamond, but instead with a white sapphire. The ring is sterling silver, though, and not gold-pressed latinum.
Ever thought about making your own custom model Star Trek memorabilia using a model kit? It’s tricky work, but it’s also super rewarding. The trick is knowing which kit is best for you.
Check out this amazing model of The Enterprise put together by on very talented fan:
ModelManTom also has some really handy reviews of different Star Trek models, including the skill level required and whether or not it’s worth your money. Here’s an example: