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Science fiction prototyping [electronic resource] : designing the future with science fiction. Responsibility Brian David Johnson. Imprint San Rafael, Calif. Physical description 1 electronic text xix, p. Series Synthesis digital library of engineering and computer science. Synthesis lectures on computer science ; 3.
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Bibliography Includes bibliographical references p. The future is in your hands Wargames as an SF prototype The future is in your hands Shall we play a game? Religious robots and runaway were-tigers: a brief overview of the science and the fiction that went into two SF prototypes What is a prototype Two examples of SF prototypes Religious robots: trouble at the Piazzi Mine Runaway were-tigers -- 3. How to build your own SF prototype in five steps or less The outline The five steps Step 1: pick your science and build your world Step 2: the scientific inflection point Step 3: ramifications of the science on people Step 4: the human inflection point Step 5: what did we learn Writing the outline in five easy steps: an example of Nebulous mechanisms What if -- 4.
I, robot: from Asimov to Doctorow: exploring short fiction as an SF prototype and a conversation with Cory Doctorow The teenager and her monster When science came to science fiction Beyond the future A conversation with Cory Doctorow The link between science and science fiction Doctorow and the robots It is a process, not a prediction Turning your outline into short story SF prototype -- 5.
The men in the moon: exploring movies as an SF prototype and a conversation with Sidney Perkowitz A music hall depiction of space A computer goes crazy in deep space A scientist who writes about Hollywood science The men in the moon: the motion picture Moon as an SF prototype Movies as SF prototypes Turning your outline into short film SF prototype Writing the script Making the short film -- 6. Science in the gutters: exploring comics as an SF prototype and a conversation with Chris Warner What is a comic How science saved comic books A conversation with Chris Warner How to tell a comic book story Science in the gutters Turning your SF prototyping outline into a compelling comics story The Superman, analysis of comic as an SF prototype Five easy steps, breaking down the Supermen as an SF prototype Silly science but a good idea -- 7.
Making the future: now that you have developed your SF prototype, what's next From fact to fiction to fact once again: an SF prototype used in AI development Brain machines The trouble with free will: the science behind brain machines Building Jimmy: "the gin and tonic test" -- 8. Einstein's thought experiments and Asimov's second dream Appendix A.