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Science Fictional Mass Effect: Andromeda
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Science Fictional Mass Effect: Andromeda
Will mankind reach the stars of a new galaxy? Move objects without touching them? “Get coffee” with alien life? Join us as we discover how the science fiction of Mass Effect™: Andromeda will one day be science fact.
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Earth
Mars
Jupiter
Saturn
Pluto
Helopause
Voyager 1
Oort CLOUD
Furthest Radio
Signals have
reached
Edge of
Milky Way Galaxy
ANDROMEDA
Distance traveled
249,000,000miles
Time Traveled
260days
Distance traveled
746,000,000miles
Time Traveled
6years 9months
Distance traveled
2,600,000,000miles
Time Traveled
12years5months
Distance traveled
100,000light years
Time Traveled
500,000years
Distance traveled
2.537Million Light Years
Time Traveled
12.685Million Years
MARS
The moisture in the atmosphere of Mars could be particularly conducive to life if the water condenses out to form short-term puddles in the early morning hour
WATER
CONDENSATION
ROCKY
TERRAIN
Days to orbit
the sun
EUROPA
Beneath Europa’s icy crust lies a liquid ocean with more water than exists on Earth, making it one of the solar system’s best bets to host alien life.
Sub-surface
OCEAN
ICE
SURFACE
Travel time
using current
technology
KEPLER-186f
An exoplanet orbiting a red dwarf, Kepler-186 is the first planet with a radius similar to Earth’s to be discovered in the habitable zone of another star.
500 Light
Years
From our
System
About 2.5x
the size
of earth
It’s star is
approx. 4 billion
years old
Trappist-1
Discovered in 1999, Trappist-1 is an ultra-cool star silghtly larger than Jupiter. It was recently dicovered that it’s system contains seven planets with three that sit in it’s habitable zone.
39 Light
Years
From our
System
Star is 11%
the Mass of
our SUN
Intelligent
machines may
be first to reach
from earth
ANDROMEDA
In Mass Effect: Andromeda, the Andromeda Initiative reaches the galaxy after 600 years traveling faster than light.
2.5 MILLion
Light Years
From our
GALAXY
The Galaxy
hosts over 1
trillion stars
The most distant
object that can
be seen with the
naked eye
Modular
Prosthetic Limbs
Implants inserted into the marrow spaces of bone along with nerve reassignment to guide brain signals will one day allow researchers to develop prosthetics that can be controlled with the mind.
Biotic Human
Augmentation
By using implants in the brain as well as micro-computers installed into robotic prosthetics, patients will soon be able to walk, run, and even climb simply by thinking about it.
Bionic Eye
Man-made electrodes implanted in patients who have lost their sight can restore vision. The electrodes stimulate the retina in the back of the eye, which sends messages to the brain to pick up light.
Ear Translator
The Pilot Ear Translator allows two people speaking entirely different languages to have their speech translated. Users place the device in their ears for near-instantaneous conversations across cultures.
Neural Dust
A tiny implant the size of a grain of sand has been created that can connect computers to the human body without the need for wires or batteries, opening up a host of futuristic possibilities.
Year
1975
Calculator Watch
The first calculator watch was launched in 1975 by Pulsar, a division of the Hamilton Watch Company. By the early 1980s the calculator watch became somewhat of a fashion item when Japanese manufacturers Casio and Seiko started selling models.
Year
2013
Smart Watch
The early 21st century brought in the advent of computerized watches that contained an electronic visual display, either LCD or OLED. These devices could provide functions found in many mobile devices at the time such as digital maps, organizers, and even digital assistants.
Year
20XX
Hologram Watch
Technological advances in laser and light diffraction could lead to the use of holograms in consumer electronics such as watches and mobile phones. Using light that has been scattered from multiple points, these devices may display three-dimensional life-like imagery.
Year
20XX
Haptic Holography
By the middle of the 21st century, scientists may discover that by altering light waves and using ultra fast laser pulses, they can create holographs that provide haptic feedback, meaning they have a physical presence viewers can interact with.
Year
21XX
Silicon-Carbide Fabrication
By the 22nd century, mankind may be using silicon-based fabricators that magnetically charge light particles to create 3D real-world objects. In addition to military applications such as VR scanning and weapons based systems, this technology could also lead to products ranging from wearable headgear to temperature-controlled clothing.