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  • Electronics-Audio and Video
    • 9 Track Cassette
      • Community 2009 TV Series
        • Audio technology pioneered by the founder of Greendale Computery College, mentioned in Season 5 episode 13 Basic Sandwich
    • AT-5000
      • The Simpsons 1989 Animated Series
        • Auto dialer that was used to pull a telemarketing scam that Homer digs out of the Kwik-E-Mart dumpster and uses it for tele-panhandling. Professor Frink’s very first patent. (Season 8 episode Lisa’s Date with Density)
    • Carnivàle
      • The Simpsons 1989 Animated Series
        • New TV model that Homer buys at Appliance Zone at the Ogdenville Outlet Mall in Ogdenville. (Season 7 episode Scenes from the Class Struggle in Springfield)
    • CMR Cellular Memory Review
      • Continuum 2012 TV Series
        • Bio-upgrade memory pack implanted in Kiera's skull that records telemetry, video and audio from her cortex for use in chain of evidence and trials - mentioned in episode Season 1 episode 1 A Stitch in Time
    • Color Organ
      • Brave New World 1931 Literature
        • Electronic device used at the Westminster Abbey Cabaret: The air seemed hot and somehow breathless with the scent of ambergris and sandalwood. On the domed ceiling of the hall, the colour organ had momentarily painted a tropical sunset.
    • CRM-114
      • Back To The Future 1985 Film
        • Amplifier in Dr. Emmett Brown's laboratory. Reference to the C.R.M. 114 Discriminator radio device in Stanley Kubrick's Dr. Strangelove.
    • DJ 3000
      • The Simpsons 1989 Animated Series
        • Machine owned by KBBL Radio that plays CDs automatically, and it has three distinct varieties of inane chatter. (Season 5 episode Bart Gets an Elephant)
    • Dream Spectrometer
      • Eureka 2006 TV Series
        • Device that maps the electrical impulse patterns of a person's dreams. If dreams were television, this would be the written transcript. (Season 2 episode Noche de Sueños)
    • Eagle Eyes
      • xXx 2002 Film
        • Spy-grade binoculars that Agent Shavers gives to Xander. Featuring "Penetrator mode"
    • Entanour 226-XL
      • Real Life 1979 Film
        • A startling breakthrough in technology. The smallest most versatile motion picture camera ever made. From Holland. Worn over the head.
    • Environmental Chamber
    • Everything’s Ok Alarm
      • The Simpsons 1989 Animated Series
        • Homer invention. As long as it makes a crazy loud noise, everything’s ok. (Season 2 episode Wizard of Evergreen Terrace)
    • The Garrelli 5000 Voice Recording System
      • NewsRadio 1995 TV Series
        • Incredibly sensitive recording system Joe constructs for Catherine's audio book recording project (Season 3 episode Complaint Box)
    • Gorman’s Ear Guards
      • The Simpsons 1989 Animated Series
        • Sponsor of radio program that Marge listens to in the kitchen, Swing Serenade. "Guard your ears with Gorman’s" (Season 7 episode 22 Short Films About Springfield)
    • Governor
      • Continuum 2012 TV Series
        • From episode Waning Minute. Electronic device that creates a null field - installing one in Kiera's cerebellum prevents her CMR from receiving, recording or transmitting.
    • The Guillotine
    • Hypnotape
      • Logan's Run 1967 Literature
        • Learning device used in nurseries when children are sleeping: "...long after midnight, while the other children were in their slotbeds, hypnotapes whispering to them as they slept..."
    • IMG
      • Donnie Darko 2001 Film
        • Infant Memory Generator - glasses infants wear when they sleep - product proposed by Donnie and Gretchen in their science class to help infants develop memory earlier in life.
    • Ingebritzens XBC Speakers
      • Bedazzled 2000 Film
        • Speakers Eliot tries to talk to one of his co-workers about, but he's not interested.
    • Interdimensional Goggles
      • Rick And Morty 2013 Animated Series
        • Device Rick creates so that Morty's family can see how their lives turned out in alternate realities (episode 1-8 Rixty Minutes)
    • KrebStar Instant Camera
      • The Adventures Of Pete & Pete 1989 TV Series
        • Mr. Tastee takes a picture of himself, Pete, Pete, and Ellen with this cammera in "What We Did on Our Summer Vacation". Dad uses it to take a picture of the chicken bones left behind by Inspector 34 in "Inspector 34". Younger Pete uses it in the "Staremaster" short.
    • Lame Brand
      • Scott Pilgrim 2004 Comic Books
        • When Sex Bob-omb are rehearsing, their amp logos read Lame Brand, which are stylistically similar to the Peavey logo… but later, when they are performing at the Chaos Theater, their amp logos read Sweet Brand, which are stylistically similar to the Marshall logo.
      • Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World 2010 Film
        • When Sex Bob-omb are rehearsing, their amp logos read Lame Brand, which are stylistically similar to the Peavey logo… but later, when they are performing at the Chaos Theater, their amp logos read Sweet Brand, which are stylistically similar to the Marshall logo.
    • Magnetbox
      • The Simpsons 1989 Animated Series
        • Crappy knock-off of famous brand Magnavox sold at Appliance Zone at the Ogdenville Outlet Mall in Ogdenville. (Season 7 episode Scenes from the Class Struggle in Springfield)
    • Omniversal Remote
      • Eureka 2006 TV Series
        • Henry's remote control for, well, everything (Season 1 episode Many Happy Returns)
    • Panaphonics
      • The Simpsons 1989 Animated Series
        • Crappy knock-off of famous brand Panasonic sold at Appliance Zone at the Ogdenville Outlet Mall in Ogdenville. (Season 7 episode Scenes from the Class Struggle in Springfield)
    • PBR4
      • Haven 2010 TV Series
        • Personal business recorder - electronic device sold at Paul's Electronics in Season 4 episode 6 Countdown
    • Penfield Mood Organ
      • Do Androids Dream Of Electric Sheep? 1982 Literature
        • At the Penfield mood organ, Iran Deckard sat with her right index finger touching the numbered dial. But she did not dial; she felt too listless and ill to want anything: a burden which closed off the future and any possibilities which it might once have contained. If Rick were here, she thought, he'd get me to dial 3 and that way I'd find myself wanting to dial something important, ebullient joy or if not that then possibly an 888, the desire to watch TV no matter what's on it. I wonder what is on it, she thought. And then she wondered again where Rick had gone. He may be coming back and on the other hand he may not be, she said to herself, and felt her bones within her shrink with age.
    • Phillipsvision
    • Portable Magnetic Resonance Imager
      • Eureka 2006 TV Series
        • Henry's device that he uses to snap a 3D picture of the body in the woods (Season 1 episode Blink)
    • Prism DuroSport
    • Radiation King
    • Recaller
      • Black Mirror 2011 TV Series
        • a.k.a. Corroborator, device Shazia uses to investigate the pizza truck accident (Season 4 episode Crocodile)
    • Scent Organ
      • Brave New World 1931 Literature
        • The scent organ was playing a delightfully refreshing Herbal Capriccio–rippling arpeggios of thyme and lavender, of rosemary, basil, myrtle, tarragon; a series of daring modulations through the spice keys into ambergris; and a slow return through sandalwood, camphor, cedar and new mown hay (with occasional subtle touches of discord–a whiff of kidney pudding, the faintest suspicion of pig's dung) back to the simple aromatics with which the piece began.
    • Scheerblad-7XK
      • Frasier 1993 TV Series
        • Martin's camera. Niles: "The blindingest, noisiest, fifteen-pound camera ever produced in the former Soviet Union!" (Season 10 episode Star Mitzvah)
    • SECRI-CAM
      • Rick And Morty 2013 Animated Series
        • A giant hidden camera that Heistotron drops on the planet Brandenplot and kills 57,000 people. (Season 4 episode One Crew over the Crewcoo's Morty)
    • SeeChange
      • The Circle 2017 Film
        • SeeChange: light, portable cameras that can provide real-time video with minimal efforts.
    • Smartspeek
    • Sonabishi Color Plex
      • F Is For Family 2015 Animated Series
        • The new TV Frank buys for the big boxing match in Season 1 episode The Bleedin' in Sweden - the biggest and heaviest tv on the market
    • Soony
      • Rick And Morty 2013 Animated Series
        • Brand of the TV set at Shoney's where Rick and Beth are eating out, airing coverage of the alien invasion. (Season 4 episode Star Mort Rickturn of the Jerri)
    • Sorny
      • The Simpsons 1989 Animated Series
        • Crappy knock-off of famous brand Sony sold at Appliance Zone at the Ogdenville Outlet Mall in Ogdenville. (Season 7 episode Scenes from the Class Struggle in Springfield)
    • Spot-Wavex Scrambler
    • SQUID
      • Strange Days 1995 Film
        • Superconducting Quantum Interference Device. Technology that records experiences directly from the wearer's cerebral cortex, and when played back through a MiniDisc-like device called a deck, allowing the user to experience the recorder's actual experience. Originally developed for the Feds to replace the body wire, and now it's gone black market. When recording, the receptor rig worn on the head sends a signal to the recorder. It's called being wired, but there's no wire.
    • Story Catcher
      • Eureka 2006 TV Series
        • Electronic device designed to record memories that inadvertently spreads amnesia across Eureka. "It creates a wireless neural connection through the optic nerve to see memories as you recall them." (Season 3 episode You Don't Know Jack)
    • Sweet Brand
      • Scott Pilgrim 2004 Comic Books
        • When Sex Bob-omb are rehearsing, their amp logos read Lame Brand, which are stylistically similar to the Peavey logo… but later, when they are performing at the Chaos Theater, their amp logos read Sweet Brand, which are stylistically similar to the Marshall logo.
      • Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World 2010 Film
        • When Sex Bob-omb are rehearsing, their amp logos read Lame Brand, which are stylistically similar to the Peavey logo… but later, when they are performing at the Chaos Theater, their amp logos read Sweet Brand, which are stylistically similar to the Marshall logo.
    • T-437 Safety Command Center
      • The Simpsons 1989 Animated Series
        • Control center console in Homer's office that he and Lisa order from the Oak Ridge nuclear facility so that Bart and his friends can get home to Springfield after renting a car with Bart's fake ID and driving to Knoxville, Tennessee. (Season 7 episode Bart on the Road)
    • Talkboy
      • Home Alone 1990 Film
        • Small electronic device that Kevin used to record everything from his uncle singing in the shower to clips from the movie Angels with Filthy Souls, eventually made into an actual product by Tiger Toys.
    • TK-421
      • Boogie Nights 1997 Film
        • Fictional audio feature that Buck Swope mentions when selling a stereo, as well as the name of a stormtrooper in Star Wars, which was released the same year in which Buck's scene is set, implying Buck is pulling jargon out of his ass from a movie he saw recently.
    • Tri D Camera
      • The Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy 1978 Literature
        • Type of camera filming Zaphod on Damogran. "Within seconds he ran out onto the deck and waved and grinned at over three billion people. The three billion people weren't actually there, but they watched his every gesture through the eyes of a small robot tri-D camera which hovered obsequiously in the air nearby. The antics of the President always made amazingly popular tri-D; that's what they were for."
    • VanStarOne
      • The Simpsons 1989 Animated Series
        • Satellite dish launched specifically for the Ultimate Behemoth RV that Homer wants to buy. (Season 1 episode The Call of the Simpsons)
    • ViewDoze Device
      • Max Headroom 1987 TV Series
        • Device Grossberg comes up with for Network 66 that allows people to watch TV when they're sleeping, or at least claims to (Season 2 episode Grossberg's Return)
    • Visivox
      • I, Robot 1950 Literature
        • Future entertainment venue. "Came the day at last, when Weston approached his daughter guiltily and suggested a beautiful Visivox show in the village." (Story: Robbie)
    • The Voice-mo-tron 2000
      • NewsRadio 1995 TV Series
        • The electronic voice modulator that Joe builds for Bill. (Season 2 episode Bitch Session)
    • Walk-Sonic
    • Weyland Modular Computing Device
      • Prometheus 2012 Film
        • Invented in 2024 and perfected in 2073, the Weyland Modular Computing Device (WMCD) canould provide audio, visual and kinesthetic enhancement to any room in any location. The WMCD picked up live video feeds from a remote receiver and filled the aforementioned space with the sights and sounds of that environment in real-time. The WMCD could also recreate a full-surround environment of a specific location from any point in time for academic study or personal entertainment.
    • Whipple MP3 Player
      • The Twilight Zone 2019 TV Series
        • Brand of the MP3 player that Justin finds on Northern Goldstar Airlines Flight #1015, reference to the company Whipple's Manufacturing from the original episode The Brain Center at Whipple's. (Episode Nightmare at 30,000 Feet)
    • Whipple Video Camera
      • The Twilight Zone 2019 TV Series
        • Nina's camcorder brand/model, reference to the company Whipple's Manufacturing from the original episode The Brain Center at Whipple's. "Dix à la Propriétaire" is written on the camera, French for "ten to an owner", the phrase that was inscribed on the camera from the original episode A Most Unusual Camera. (Episode Replay)
    • XL44
      • Eureka 2006 TV Series
        • Radio Carter got when he was a rookie (Season 3 episode Phased and Confused)
    • Zoe Implant


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