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A Science Fiction Presentation (PPT) about the latest future Technology and Future of Sciences. Overview of Future Science technologies and popular movies based on concept of future development in science. Fictional Movies and their impact and relation with reality.
* Realistic Science Fiction
* Non Realistic Science Fiction
*Science Fiction Films
*Robot Films
* Disaster Films
*Super Human
*Travel Films
and many other new concepts...

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Science Fiction

  1. 1.  A literary work whose content is produced by the imagination and is not necessarily based on fact.  May take place in future, but alternate reality at this time  Fiction is the improbable made possible Fiction
  2. 2. Types of fiction Non realisticRealistic
  3. 3. REALISTIC FICTION  Realistic fiction, although untrue, could actually happen  Some events, people, and places may even be real. This is termed' Faction'  Something that though not real, is described in a believable way that helps to make a picture as if it were an actual event
  4. 4. NON REALISTIC FICTION  The story's events could not happen in real life, because they may  Represent supernatural Harry porter series  Involve an alternate form of history of mankind other than that recorded  Need impossible technology
  5. 5. SCIENCE FICTION  Is a controlled way to think and dream about the future using scientific prospects  It’s imaginary elements are largely possible within scientifically established or scientifically postulated laws of nature  Though some elements in a story might still be pure imaginative speculation
  6. 6. SCIENCE FICTION FILMS  A film genre that uses science fiction phenomena that are not necessarily accepted by mainstream science  The role of the scientist has varied considerably in the science fiction film genre, depending on the public perception of science and advanced technology  A Trip to the Moon (1902) was the first
  8. 8. USUAL THEMES OF SCI-FI MOVIES Usual ideas in science fiction movies are  Alien life forms  Robots  Disaster films  Military SF  Mind and identity  Time travel  Superhuman
  9. 9. ALIEN LIFE FORMS  The concept of alien life, particularly intelligent life, having an extraterrestrial origin is a popular staple of science fiction films.  In early films, alien were frequently fictional representations of actual military or political threats on Earth.  Alien invaded on earth possess human character usually.
  10. 10. A fictional alien state (advanced in technology) )
  11. 11. PROSPECTS OF ALIEN MOVIES  These films generally deal about  Human curiosity about life in other parts of the vast universe  It’s fear of being along in universe  New thoughts in field of technology  Show superiority of man on other creatures
  12. 12. ROBOTS  Very popular theme used in sci-fi films since early ones  Usually a metal suit robot made to serve humanity  “To put human sentiments in robots” is also a popular idea used in sci-fi films  Some films also show destructions made by robots Transformer series  Highly advanced technology is assumed
  13. 13. Film dealing about human sentiments in robots Robot used in star wars(1977) A vey earlier robot film
  14. 14. EFFECTS OF ROBOT FILMS  Create a sense in man to think about such featured inventions which may socially and economically relief him such as robots  The ideas used in early robot films now have become practically possible  Robots in modern fiction films are being researched and a lot of progress in field is being made
  15. 15. DISASTER FILMS  Serve as a vehicle of warning against a type of activity, including technological research. They may be  Environmental disaster waterworld (1995)  Man supplanted by technology The matrix(1998), The terminator(1984)  Nuclear war A boy and his dog(1975)  Pandemic The omega man1971 , J I GOE
  16. 16. Nuclear bomb disaster Man supplanted by technology Environmental disaster
  17. 17. EFFECTS ON HUMAN MIND  Broaden the research  Give new ideas to think  Show danger to humanity by the possible mishaps like effects of nuclear attack, epidemic diseases and environmental destruction  Thus make people love humanity and create a zeal to safe earth from all kind of disasters
  18. 18. MILITARY SCI-FI MOVIES  Include detail about military technology, procedure, ritual, and history normally in space or on a planet other than Earth. May be  Parallels with historical conflicts The Forever War(1974)  War between mankind and an arachnoids' species Starship Troopers(1997)
  19. 19. A military sci-fi movie
  20. 20. MIND AND IDENTITY  Usually brain memory and intelligence related films, many themes are used in these kind of films  An android mechanism fitted with the brain and reprogrammed mind of a human to create a cyborg Robocop series(1987)  Transferring the human mind to another body Frankenstein  Reprogramming the human mind Total recall(1990)  Brain washing A clockwork orange (1971)
  21. 21. CONTD….  computer programs sought to become real persons Matrix series(1999)  a human could be entirely represented as a program in a computer Tron(1982)  reprogrammable reality and memory serial experiment lain(1998)  Controlling dreams inception (2010)
  22. 22. Mind transferred monster Erase of memory android mechanism and reprogrammable mind
  23. 23. TIME TRAVEL  Bring past to life in the present, or a present that lies in our future, themes may be  Special relativity phenomenon of time dilation used Planet of the Apes (1968)  Some type of advanced technology The Time Machine(1895)  Personal power The Butterfly Effect(2004)  Rescue the Earth from having its past altered by time-travelling cyborgs Star Trek: First Contact(1996)
  24. 24. A fictional time machine
  25. 25. Reanimation of a 40,000 years ago frozen man Personal power of time travel Time travel by time machine
  26. 26. EFFECTS OF TIME TRAVEL FILMS  Many people inspire but phenomenon is practically impossible  Entertain as well as show keen desire of man to alter his past or to see his future
  27. 27. SUPER HUMAN  Superhuman stories deal with the emergence of humans who have abilities beyond the norm. Themes may be  Mutation in genes x-men series  Experimental defects on human The hulk(2003)  Manual power Eagle eye (2008), Jumper(2008).  Hybrid with alien genes Avatar (2010)  Hero having a super technology suit Ironman2(2010)
  28. 28. Iron man 2 Hulk , a fictional superhuman , experimentally defected A superhero having mutation in genes
  29. 29. SUPERHUMAN FILMS EFFECTS  Very exciting , thriller and liked one theme of sci-fi films  Show man’s will to get unlimited power  Almost all are impossible characters but give birth to new ideas and give rise to one question “what if man get these powers?”  A lot of researches have been made and now by genetics changes America & China are near to prepare super soldiers having fictional physical & mental strength beyond normal limits
  31. 31. SCI-FI’S EFFECTS ON SOCIETY  “Imagination is important than knowledge” Albert Einstein  Actually SF explores the question "what if?".  SF is the medium in which we imagine that tomorrow will be different from today in the ways we can predict  Creates a sense of excitement and anticipation in million of brains in an easy way  A kind of education with inspiration for whole humanity
  32. 32. CONTD…  Makes us able to guesses wildly about hundreds of things, many of them laughably wrong but some of them still, amazingly, on target  Many scientific inventions which were just a imagination then invented afterwards such as Nautilus (nuclear submarine ) and Apollo program (mission to moon)  All boosting technology of this short time period (say 200 years) is just due to ideas which some people imagined and some implied them practically