What ever happened to the Starport, the brainchild of Jim Starry that re-imagined the airport?
As cars got larger in the 1920s, the "Helicar" was presented as the solution to congested city streets
With Saab's new digital panorama, the local air traffic controller may soon go the way of the technical support specialist
Flying aboard aircraft? Just a passing fad
If you've flown Virgin America, you've seen its distinctive safety video. But what's the story behind it?
Americans in the 1940s had wondrous expectations about the post-war world. Meet one author who advised them to curb their enthusiasm
Seattle-based design firm Teague has designed every Boeing aircraft interior since the 1940s, from the post-WWII Stratocruiser to the 2009 Dreamliner
A 1989 prediction about portable GPS devices was right on the money
A recent innovation in the design of the airline meal tray has resulted in massive savings. Maybe the next innovation should focus on the actual food
In the 1920s, a French inventor devised an ingenious way to provide emergency medical assistance
The secret formula for predicting a fantastical yet credible future
Kids predict the darndest things
It feels like it. But there is plenty of innovative thinking shaping the future of public transportation. You just need to look elsewhere to find it
Thankfully, this Super Bowl spectacle never had a wardrobe malfunction
When Dr. Athelstan Spilhaus met President Kennedy in 1962, JFK told him, "The only science I ever learned was from your comic strip."
Sightseeing across the country in an atomic-powered "pleasure ball"
The public's fascination with the concept of "movable pavement" extends back more than 130 years
Science-fiction pioneer Hugo Gernsback predicted that, as long as police officers were stuck on terra firma, criminals always would have the edge
In 1912, the French chocolate company Lombart printed a series of six collectible cards envisioning daily life one hundred years in the future
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