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  • Electronics
    • A.E.G.I.S. Villain Doppler
        • A.E.G.I.S. device that uses barometric pressure to predict crime patterns. (Season 2 episode A.E.G.I.S. and You)
    • A.S.S. (Adrenaline Suppression System)
        • Isaac's invention that's used to control the residents of Eureka in the virtual Eureka, based on his earlier project, the R.S.S. Riot Suppression System, originally from Season 4 episode All the Rage (Season 5 episode Lost)
    • The Appreciate P. Diddy Button
        • Tell your friends about Retaphin, and if you don't have friends, watch the DVD of Friends and we'll send you "The Sneeze Button." Also available, "The Appreciate P. Diddy Button". I love how he thinks that he's so much better than everyone. Ask your doctor about Retaphin. (Drug Commercial)
    • Aronov Device
        • Device that pulls Past Kelly from seven years in the past. (Season 2 episode Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow)
    • Aslanov Exclusion Field
        • Technology used to Interrupt FTL ability (Season 2 episode 13 But First, We Save the Galaxy)
    • Atmosphere Processor
        • This proprietary system creates a localized environment in the lowest atmospheric strata by mining the surrounding air and delivering electrostatic charge to correct the chemical composition of the planetary atmosphere. The system does this by converting toxic compounds into a breathable air ratio of approximately 1:3.1 oxygen-to-nitrogen ratio, depending on a colony's oxygen needs. Once stable equilibrium is achieved, the AP continually monitors environmental gas compositions and corrects imbalances. By-products can often be isolated and condensed for use as fuel sources, industrial cleaning supplies or raw materials for manufacturing.
    • Atmospheric Pressurizer
        • Sold exclusively in conjunction with Weyland Atmosphere Processors, the Atmospheric Pressurizer can create a locally adapted micro-pressurized environment to prevent injury, illness or discomfort on off-world colonies with either marginal or oppressive stratospheric hold. On most planets, a standard atmospheric pressure of approximately 1.0 atmosphere at sea level can be achieved, reducing the need for decompression treatments and additional medical personnel in the early stages of terraforming.
    • Atomic Dough Maker
        • Machine at the cracker factory where Milhouse spends the day with his father for Go To Work With Your Parents Day. (Season 7 episode Bart on the Road)
    • The Aurora Chair
        • Scorpius' torture device at the Peacekeeper base. (Season 1 episode Nerve)
    • Bat-Gauge
        • Batman uses it to find Riddler's lair in episode Smack in the Middle.
    • Bigulator
        • Device created to shrink Lisa down small enough to visit the miniature civilization that evolves in her science project. (Season 8 episode Treehouse of Horror VII - segment The Genesis Tub)
    • Bio-Replicator Pod
        • This remarkable device was introduced in 2058 for use by Weyland planetary engineers. However, recent advancements have made bio-replicator pods available to off-world civilians for home use. Each pod has a database of over 40 million seed varieties and plant DNAs. With the push of a button, it can replicate the requested sample. Growth rates are currently at about 55%, not factoring unsuitable planetary conditions for a given species. At 1 cubic foot in size, an array of thousands of bio-replicator pods can be outfitted to any seeder for industrial use. For household use, it is recommended to store bio-replicator pods outside the home.
    • Bioballistic Particle Delivery System
        • Biosensor (Season 3 episode What About Bob?)
    • Brainiactivator
        • Device that enhances intelligence by accessing the unused 90 percent of the human brain, but since individual brain structures are unique, the gas reacts differently on each person, giving them different abilities, including telepathy, telekinesis, premonitions, and more.
    • Brainwave Scanner
        • Dr. Venom's mind-reading device (First seen in Issue #10 A Nice Little Town Like Ours… and then later updated by Dr. Mindbender in Issue #54 Launch Base) Used to control Malaprop Gardens construction workers. (Issue #116 Destro Must Die!) Cobra Commander straps the Baroness in while aboard the Arbco Valdez. (Issue #118 Deceptions & Diversions) Destro climbs in to the scanner voluntary to prove his love to the Baroness. (Issue #122 Transformer!) Firefly brainwashes Snake-Eyes, Storm Shadow and Ninja Force. (Issue #128 Winds of Change!) Cobra Commander brainwashes Storm Shadow, Billy and the Baroness. (Issue #150 Slam Dance in the Cyber Castle)
    • Bull Plus
        • Machine used to inseminate cows at the United Dairy Milk Conglomerate, where Hank takes Bobby to learn about sex. (Season 1 episode Square Peg)
    • Calisto
        • Anti-matter containment unit from in episode Season 1 episode 4 Matter of Time.
    • Callaghan-Catmull Spline
        • Hiro mentions that one of Callaghan's inventions is the Callaghan-Catmull Spline. The Catmull-Rom Spline is a mathematical construct used in computer modeling and animation to create a smooth connection between points or objects. The latter was co-invented by Pixar president Ed Catmull.
    • Cardassian MK-12 Scanner
        • The Assay Office on Deep Space Nine where Vash stores her Gamma Quadrant treasures utilizes a Cardassian MK-12 scanner with an L-90 enhanced resolution filter to verify retinal prints, not an MK-7 as Vash suggests. (Season 1 episode Q-Less)
    • Cardassian MK-7 Scanner
        • The Assay Office on Deep Space Nine where Vash stores her Gamma Quadrant treasures utilizes a Cardassian MK-12 scanner with an L-90 enhanced resolution filter to verify retinal prints, not an MK-7 as Vash suggests. (Season 1 episode Q-Less)
    • The Cellular Regeneration and Entertainment Chamber
        • Chamber specially designed to transmit biogenic energy on a chromoelectric wavelength and send uplifting and entertaining messages to the nuclei of every cell in your body. (Season 5 episode In the Cards)
    • Cerebro
        • Professor X's device that amplifies his brainwaves, allowing him to locate other mutants.
        • Ham radio Dustin created at Camp Know Where to talk to his new girlfriend Suzie, named after the device from X-Men. (Season 3 episode Chapter One: Suzie, Do You Copy?)
        • Professor X's device that amplifies his brainwaves, allowing him to locate other mutants.
        • Professor X's device that amplifies his brainwaves, allowing him to locate other mutants.
    • Chaotic Inflation Device
        • Device at Global Dynamics built to to recreate the origin singularity (The Big Bang) in a observable containment field. (Season 2 episode E = MC…?)
    • Chemo-Electric Secret Writing Detector
        • Batman uses to analyze Penguin's umbrella in episode Fine Feathered Finks.
    • Cloning Machine
        • After Scratchy dies, Itchy builds a cloning machine to make more, killing the clones as soon as they come out - but when he gets tired, he builds a killing machine to kill the clones instead. (Season 11 episode Little Big Mom)
    • Computer Assisted Sonic Topography
        • "Thumper" was the nickname given to a large, box-shaped machine that was used on Dr. Alan Grant's fossil excavation site near Snakewater, Montana. It was designed to fire a soft lead slug into the ground (within the vicinity of fossilized remains), creating shock waves to be registered by a nearby computer. The computer would then assemble an X-ray-like image of the area, allowing the paleontologists to determine the size of the trench dug to control water runoff. This procedure was known as ‘computer-assisted sonic topography,' or CAST.
    • Cosmicizer
        • Machine that Red Ghost creates in order to increase his cosmic ray powers a thousand fold. (Issue #255 Even a Ghost Can Fear the Night)
    • Crap-o-meter
        • Fictional electronic device from joke Ronee makes: "Okay, go ahead. But you better make it good, because I have a finely tuned crap-ometer." (Season 11 episode I'm Listening)
    • The Danger Table
        • Dangerboat's onboard crime lab. (Season 2 episode Blood and Cake)
    • Delochinator
        • 
Device Professor Frink uses to drain Loch Ness, basically a pump. (Season 10 episode Monty Can't Buy Me Love)
    • DickPAD
        • An autograph collecting device, except instead of autographs, it collects dick imprints - or something - I don't know, kind of weird.
    • A Drone Throne
        • Todd invention - a drone that has a seat hanging from the bottom so you can fly around in it. (Season 4 episode See Mr. Peanutbutter Run)
    • Earthquake Machine
        • When Homer attempts suicide by jumping off of the Springfield State Building, he grabs onto Otto, who happens to be bungie jumping beside him, and they descend through an open manhole in the underworld beneath Springfield, venturing all the way to The Fortress of the Moles, where Hans Moleman is operating the Earthquake Machine. (Season 11 episode Hello Gutter, Hello Fadder)
    • The Effluvium
        • Invention that Noel finds in an alternate universe with all kinds of possibilities.
    • Empathy Box
        • She, was, of course, right. So he entered the elevator and once again descended. In their living room, at the empathy box, Iran swiftly snapped the switch, her face animated with growing gladness; it lit her up like a rising new crescent of moon. "I want everyone to know," she told him. "Once that happened to me; I fused and picked up someone who had just acquired an animal. And then one day — " Her features momentarily darkened; the pleasure fled. "One day I found myself receiving from someone whose animal had died. But others of us shared our different joys with them — I didn't have any, as you might know — and that cheered the person up. We might even reach a potential suicide; what we have, what we're feeling, might — "
    • Energizer Ultra
        • Energize battery product advertised in the Energizer Bunny Christmas Special TV special that Marge and Lisa watch. (Season 17 episode Simpsons Christmas Stories)
    • Energon Pod
        • Device used to contain Pierce's mother after she dies (which looks like a lava lamp) in episode The Psychology of Letting Go.
    • Fish-mo-baby-whirl-a-ma-gig
        • One of Jay's father's inventions. Jay: "What's that thing?" Jay's Father, Franklin: "It's the first fish-mo-baby-whirl-a-ma-gig. It'll be bigger than the badger-blaster!" (Season 1 episode Dr. Jay)
    • Fissionator 1952
        • Slow fission reactor at the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant that Homer monitors. (Season 3 episode Homer Defined)
    • Fitch Switch
        • Designed to manually separate the peripheral onboard computers from flight control during an emergency following the near disaster in Part One Chapter 6.
    • Flipper Finder
        • One of Professor Frink's machines he uses to search for the Loch Ness monster. (Season 10 episode Monty Can't Buy Me Love)
    • Frangle
        • Engine part Furlow mentions. (Season 1 episode Till the Blood Runs Clear)
    • Frog-exaggerator
        • One of Professor Frink's machines that he confuses for the Monster-ometer while searching for the Loch Ness monster. (Season 10 episode Monty Can't Buy Me Love)
    • Funzo's European Voltage Converter
        • Funzo-themed voltage converter. Funzo, as in the soft and cuddly toy with lots of firepower made by Kid First Industries. (Season 11 episode Grift of the Magi)
    • G-25 Space Compass
        • Electronic device Lowell mentions in Season 3 episode Das Plane.
    • The G.P.A.
        • Also known as The Graviscalar Particle Accelerator. Housed at Global Dynamics in Eureka.(Season 3 episode Welcome Back Carter)
    • The Ganali Device New record added 9/27/2021
        • Device the Lizard attempts to use to "cure" the entire city of New York.
    • Gaydar
        • Fictional product Jim tells Dwight can be purchased at the Sharper Image store. (Season 3 episode Gay Witch Hunt)
    • Geldon Converter
        • A mechanical part on Rick's spaceship that needs repair in Season 2 episode 2. Rick blames damage on Morty, who he has been teaching to drive, though the gear person mechanic confirms damage is actually due to long term neglect.
    • The Genesis Chamber
        • Device from the planet Krypton used to store the Growth Codex and all the unborn Kryptonian embryos that would populate future Kryptonian society.
    • Genome Spectrometer
        • One of three devices taken from Global Dynamics labs that Henry determines to have applications to experiments dealing with DNA manipulation. (Season 3 episode Your Face or Mine?)
    • Ghost Chipper
        • Ghostbuster device designed to draw a ghost into it, like a trap, then neutralize it.
    • Gravitational Flux Monitor
        • One of the devices that the UFO hunters bring up on the plane with them when Brian and Joe take them up to look for UFOs (Season 2 episode Plane Nine from Nantucket)
    • Gravitizers
        • Technology mentioned by the Martian psychiatrist: "Yes, yes, what a lovely insanity. Metal, rubber, gravitizers, foods, clothing, fuel, weapons, ladders, nuts, bolts, spoons. Ten thousand separate items I checked on your vessel. Never have I seen such a complexity." (Chapter: The Earth Men)
    • Heimlich Maneuver Machine
        • Machine available at new Springfield restaurant the Slaughterhouse, in case people choke on the steaks. (Season 10 episode Maximum Homerdrive)
    • Hoaxiscope
        • One of Professor Frink's machines he uses to search for the Loch Ness monster. (Season 10 episode Monty Can't Buy Me Love)
    • Hubble IV Satellite Telescope
        • In 2050, the Hubble IV satellite telescope found a planet slightly smaller than our own, orbiting a star in a galaxy nearly 40 light years away. Advanced images pointed to it being Earth-like.
    • Humanizer Ray
        • Government machine that returns converted turkeys back to human form. (Season 5 episode Rick & Morty's Thanksploitation Spectacular)
    • The Hybrid Module Map
        • Technology that Nathan Park receives Innovation Award for developing in 2017.
    • Hyper-Specteographic Analyzer
        • Batman uses to analyze Penguin's umbrella in episode Fine Feathered Finks, Joker's clown doll in episode The Joker is Wild.
    • Hypno-Motor Control
        • Driver assistance tool. Ed Morris is bombarded by various ads on his daily commute home to Earth in the Ganymede-Terra lanes. "Drivers! Thousands of unnecessary deaths each year from inter-planet driving. Hypno-Motor Control from an expert source-point insures your safety. Surrender your body and save your life!" The voice roared louder. "Industrial experts say --"
    • Hypno-paedics
        • Watson plugs into his Sleep-inducer for his nightly quota of 6.8 hours, and also uses that time to absorb the relevant literature in his field via hypno-paedics.
    • I-Fire
        • Isaac's advanced firefighting technology that seeks out the energy from heat sources, and then dissipates it in seconds. (Season 5 episode Friendly Fire)
    • I-sleepPRO
        • Announcer: Traveling can be tough. Especially if you find it difficult to sleep in a strange room. You've tried white noise machines, but they just don't work. That's why Sharper Image has created the I-Sleep Pro. The I-Sleep Pro not only has a setting for White Noise… but also one for Black Noise. Now you have the soothing sounds you're used to. Sounds like muffled Tyler Perry sitcoms. An old lady complaining about foot problems through the wall. Bass. Domestic arguments. And the movie "Friday”. So you can get the rest you need. And get ready to take on the world. I-Sleep-Pro. Get the sleep you need. (Bryan Cranston 10/02/10 sketch I-Sleep Pro)
    • Id-Persona Unit
        • Medical device. Ed Morris is bombarded by various ads on his daily commute home to Earth in the Ganymede-Terra lanes. "Is your tension-index pushed over the safety-margin by the ordinary frustrations of the day? Then you need an Id-Persona Unit. So small it can be worn behind the ear, close to the frontal lobe --"
    • Ident-i-Eeze
        • All-purpose machine-readable card that you can then carry around in your wallet that's encoded with every single piece of information about you, your body and your life.
    • IM 80
        • The IM 80 (Igneous/Metamorphic) Rock Processor is designed to improve the quality of life on off-world colonies with adverse indigenous terrain. Through high-powered mechanical disturbance and the introduction of proprietary enzymes, the IM 80 transforms inhospitable terra into fertile soil for use in agriculture and bio-replication. It can be operated by a 4-person crew of Weyland planetary engineers or trained civilian contractors. A prototype is currently undergoing practical trials on KOI-854.01 outside the heavy ore mining colony of Luther City.
    • The Infinity Crusher New record added 10/7/2021
        • Machine designed to disintegrate each Infinity Stone into nothing. (Season 1 episode (What If... the Watcher Broke His Oath?)
    • Infinity Key
        • They're now all frozen stiff, he said to himself as he shut off the transmitter. Everyone, human and andy alike, in the vicinity. No risk to me; all I have to do is walk in and laser him. Assuming, of course, that he's in his apartment, which isn't likely. Using an infinity key, which analyzed and opened all forms of locks known, he entered Polokov's apartment, laser beam in hand.
    • InGen Hammond XE-20
        • Device mentioned in the InGen Techologies: Tomorrow, Today viral video. Decodes the genome of any extinct creature in under an hour.
    • Interocitor
        • Fictional technological device. The Café Bustelo label depicts a woman on an interocitor video screen enjoying a cup of Bustelo coffee. Named after the alien device in the 1949 story The Alien Machine, and subsequent 1952 novel This Island Earth by Raymond F. Jones.
        • Fictional technological device seen in the Dare to be Stupid music video. Named after the alien device in the 1949 story The Alien Machine, and subsequent 1952 novel This Island Earth by Raymond F. Jones.
        • Fictional technological device mentioned while they guys are creating their dream girl. Named after the alien device in the 1949 story The Alien Machine, and subsequent 1952 novel This Island Earth by Raymond F. Jones.
        • Fictional technological device that a battle droid needs in order to be fully repaired. Named after the alien device in the 1949 story The Alien Machine, and subsequent 1952 novel This Island Earth by Raymond F. Jones.
        • Fictional technological device. Named after the alien device in the 1949 story The Alien Machine, and subsequent 1952 novel This Island Earth by Raymond F. Jones.
        • Fictional technological device that a Martian and an American industrialist use to watch old baseball games. Named after the alien device in the 1949 story The Alien Machine, and subsequent 1952 novel This Island Earth by Raymond F. Jones.
        • Fictional technological device. A component which frequently breaks on Bob's flying car. Named after the alien device in the 1949 story The Alien Machine, and subsequent 1952 novel This Island Earth by Raymond F. Jones.
        • Fictional technological device. In the middle of watching This Island Earth, Tom reveals that he has his own interocitor, which the crew uses in an attempt to return to Earth. Named after the alien device in the 1949 story The Alien Machine, and subsequent 1952 novel This Island Earth by Raymond F. Jones.
        • Fictional technological device. The mad scientist desert is looking for an interocitor that she misplaced. Named after the alien device in the 1949 story The Alien Machine, and subsequent 1952 novel This Island Earth by Raymond F. Jones.
        • Fictional technological device. According to the Adeptus Mechanicus techpriest Logas, the expedition into the tunnels "beats recalibrating interocitors". Named after the alien device in the 1949 story The Alien Machine, and subsequent 1952 novel This Island Earth by Raymond F. Jones.
        • Fictional technological device in the science lab below the library. Larry: "I wonder where the candy comes out." Named after the alien device in the 1949 story The Alien Machine, and subsequent 1952 novel This Island Earth by Raymond F. Jones.
        • Fictional technological device involving quantum telecommunication across time and space. Named after the alien device in the 1949 story The Alien Machine, and subsequent 1952 novel This Island Earth by Raymond F. Jones.
        • Fictional technological device. Named after the alien device in the 1949 story The Alien Machine, and subsequent 1952 novel This Island Earth by Raymond F. Jones.
        • Fictional technological device. Gaige claims that her project Deathtrap will make Marcie's miniature thermosonic generator look like an interocitor. Named after the alien device in the 1949 story The Alien Machine, and subsequent 1952 novel This Island Earth by Raymond F. Jones.
    • Interocitor Tube
        • Fictional device that Needles needs - and demands from Marty - Named after the Interocitor, an alien device from the 1949 story The Alien Machine and 1952 novel This Island Earth by Raymond F. Jones.
    • Intramuscular Electrode Array
        • One of three devices taken from Global Dynamics labs that Henry determines to have applications to experiments dealing with DNA manipulation. (Season 3 episode Your Face or Mine?)
    • Ionization Counter
        • One of the devices that the UFO hunters bring up on the plane with them when Brian and Joe take them up to look for UFOs (Season 2 episode Plane Nine from Nantucket)
    • The Jet Walker
        • Invention mentioned during the I Can't Believe They Invented It! TV show, a jet powered walking assistant. (Season 3 episode Saturdays of Thunder)
    • Juicilator
        • Seth and Munchie's juice making machine, which Homer accidentally jams up with his frisbee. (Season 10 episode D'oh-In' in the Wind)
    • Killing Machine
        • After Scratchy dies, Itchy builds a cloning machine to make more, killing the clones as soon as they come out - but when he gets tired, he builds a killing machine to kill the clones instead. (Season 11 episode Little Big Mom)
    • La Macchina Dell'Oro
        • Machine purportedly invented by Leonardo da Vinci that converts lead into gold.
    • Lux-O-Valves
        • Technology that the magician Effrafax utilized attempting to make a mountain disappear. "The ultra-famous sciento-magician Effrafax of Wug once bet his life that, given a year, he could render the great megamountain Magramal entirely invisible. Having spent most of the year jiggling around with immense Lux- O-Valves and Refracto-Nullifiers and Spectrum-Bypass-O-Matics, he realized, with nine hours to go, that he wasn't going to make it."
    • Magic Dream Machine
        • Also known as the Word Processor of the Gods. The word processor that Richard's nephew John's builds for him for his birthday, that allows him to control reality. (story Word Processor of the Gods)
    • Magnetic Missiles
        • Not really missiles exactly, rather tools designed to collect technological debris in space.
    • The MASS System
        • Implant the military puts it in soldiers' heads to make them fight - it makes them see the enemy as scary vampire-like creatures (Season 3 episode Men Under Fire)
    • Matchmaker 500
        • Machine used to inseminate cows at the United Dairy Milk Conglomerate, where Hank takes Bobby to learn about sex. (Season 1 episode Square Peg)
    • Matter Transporter
        • Homer buys a matter transporter that Bart ends up using to become a hybrid fly creature. (Season 9 episode Treehouse of Horror VIII - segment Fly vs Fly)
    • Meeseeks Box
        • Invention Rick gives to Morty's family to solve their problems (Season 1 episode Meeseeks and Destroy) Death Crystal Morty uses Meeseeks to shield him from the law. Fascist Morty finds a Meeseeks Box in Fascist Rick's glove compartment. A Kirkland brand version is shown in an alternate Rick's garage. (Season 4 episode Edge of Tomorty: Rick Die Rickpeat)
    • Memory Neutralizer
        • One of Henry's inventions. "The original was like a shotgun, erasing short-term memory. This one erases long-term memory, but is much more precise. It can pinpoint the neuropathways associated with specific experiences and time periods." He tells Carter he's reading their memories of the alternate timeline they experienced, but after he erases Carter's memories, he keeps his own (Season 2 episode Phoenix Rising)
    • Metal Vapor Input Valve
        • Fitz's invention that made him rich (the old rich guy that Cliff sets up with his mother), used on aircraft (Season 5 episode 3 Money Dearest)
    • Methylation Plasma
        • One of three devices taken from Global Dynamics labs that Henry determines to have applications to experiments dealing with DNA manipulation. (Season 3 episode Your Face or Mine?)
    • Mint-License
        • The driver's license-making machine at the D.M.V. that Bart uses to make himself a fake ID. (Season 7 episode Bart on the Road)
    • Mo-Med Data Systems
        • Medical equipment monitoring the Soul Hunter's vital signs in the Medlab. (Season 1 episode Soul Hunter)
    • The Monroe Box
        • When Abe Simpson announces he's going to give away the $100,000 he inherited from Beatrice Simmons, Dr. Marvin Monroe comes forward seeking funds to buy a baby to raise in his Monroe Box, an isolation chamber in which a subject pulls levers to get heat and food. The floor can become electrified and water falls on the subject. He's out to prove that the should will be maladjusted and harbor resentment towards him. (Season 2 episode Old Money)
    • Monster-ometer
        • One of Professor Frink's machines he uses to search for the Loch Ness monster. (Season 10 episode Monty Can't Buy Me Love)
    • Morphizer-XE
        • Electronic device Summer fucks herself up using trying to give herself bigger titties in Season 3 episode 5 The Whirly Dirly Conspiracy.
    • Mrs. Halver Radar Jammer
        • Tupper and his fellow pilots fly the Oscar EW5894 Phallus, a Navy tactical fighter bomber, featuring a Mrs. Halver series 3800 radar jamming device.
    • Multi-spectrum Nano-sensor
        • Episode Second Degree - Tech Kiera uses to find out that Elena's body was removed from her grave.
    • Multiphase Quantum Resonator
        • What Rick first thought was a broken defraculator at the pawn shop (episode 1-7 Raising Gazorpazorp)
    • Neural Block
        • Devise that blocks out memories. The Ancients possibly placed one in Crichton's mind to hide the wormhole technology information they gave him. Even the Aurora Chair could not infiltrate beyond the block. (Season 1 episode Nerve)
    • Neuralyzer
        • Also known as electro-biomechanical neural-transmitting zero-synapse repositioner.
    • Optolythic Data Rod
        • Sisko and Garak's plan to bring the Romulan Empire into the Dominion war involves interrupting Senator Vreenak's diplomatic mission to Soukara - a key member of the Romulan Senate for the past 14 years, the secretary of the War Plans Council, Vice Chairman of the Tal Shiar and one of the most trusted advisors to Proconsul Neral - and showing him manufactured proof of a secret Dominion meeting discussing the planned invasion of Romulus on an optolythic data rod, created by Grathon Tolar in exchange for 200 liters of biomimetic gel. (Season 6 episode In the Pale Moonlight)
    • P.R.I.D.E. Generator
        • Population Reduction by Inter-Dimensional Expulsion. Device that Dr. Paulson creates to relocate a billion people to other dimensions in order to ease overpopulation on the planet. (Issue #142 Foiled)
    • PALs
        • P.A.L. = Predictive Algorithm Lenses. Zane's high tech contact lenses invention, like a weather forecast for trouble - they scan and analyze potential security and safety risks. Then they play the outcomes in live action, giving you a variable time frame for them to become reality. (Season 4 episode Glimpse)
    • Parameter Uplink Spectagraph
        • This next-generation device, used by Weyland geologists and engineers, surveyed unknown planetary terrain in the pre-terraforming process. An omni-directional laser live-mapped 3D topography and sent the detailed scanned images to the viewing platform. A hyper-conducting spherical shell allowed smooth, self-propelled flight in any atmosphere. Polymer film bio-sensors could detect airborne toxins and life forms down to 500 nanometers.
    • Pendecker Series 4 Holograph Projector
        • Experimental device that when activated, cloaks the wearer in a three dimensional image. Used by Pendecker's thugs use when they try to kidnap Mr. Mental from Tick and Arthur at the park (Season 3 episode 5 Devil in Diapers)
    • Photovoltaic Capacitor
        • Dr. Ward's missing invention, found rammed up the backside of the Astraeus. (Season 4 episode This One Time at Space Camp…)
    • Portable Protophason Amplifier
        • Device Herbert uses to listen at the proper frequency for indication of cephalic activity of half-lifers.
    • Project Aries New record added 9/27/2021
        • Device designed to override and assimilate anything that runs on code on any computer anywhere. If it operates on zeros and ones, it’s vulnerable.

    • Proton Glove
        • Ghostbuster device that maximizes flexibility during hand-to-specter combat.
    • Quantum Spanner
        • One of Inspector Spacetime's electronic devices. Abed has one at the Inspector Spacetime convention in season 4 episode 3.
    • R.S.S. (Riot Suppression System)
        • Isaac's device that neurochemically induces feelings Of serenity and trust. A crowd beamed with the R.S.S. will peacefully disperse. (Season 4 episode All the Rage)
    • Re-Bigulator
        • Theoretical device that would need to be created to enlarge Lisa back to regular size and depart the miniature civilization that evolves in her science project. (Season 8 episode Treehouse of Horror VII - segment The Genesis Tub)
    • Reality Distortion Filter
        • The Dream Productions studio applies something called a "reality distortion filter" when filming Riley's dreams.
    • Refracto-Nullifiers
        • Technology that the magician Effrafax utilized attempting to make a mountain disappear. "The ultra-famous sciento-magician Effrafax of Wug once bet his life that, given a year, he could render the great megamountain Magramal entirely invisible. Having spent most of the year jiggling around with immense Lux- O-Valves and Refracto-Nullifiers and Spectrum-Bypass-O-Matics, he realized, with nine hours to go, that he wasn't going to make it."
    • The Rememory Machine
        • With the technology of the Rememory machine, a pure memory is recorded onto a memory glass objectively copied from the brain and able to be displayed before the patient and anyone else. By re-experiencing the memory, a catharsis is created for the patient that would be impossible to achieve by simply recalling, a sort of theater of memory, in which the patient becomes audience to the truth of their lives.
    • Robot-oleum
        • Episode Raging Bender. Leela rubs Robot-oleum on Bender's shoulder before his Ultimate Robot Fighting match.
    • Sarcasm Detector
        • Mr. Frink's invention that blows up when Comic Book Guy says, "A sarcasm detector - oh, that's a real useful invention." (Season 10 episode They Saved Lisa's Brain)
    • Shrink Ray
        • The New Invention Expo science-themed convention in Springfield features new inventions such as the Vagrant Translator and the Shrink Ray, Professor Frink's invention designed to reduce the size of his new multivitamin. "See the inventions of tomorrow! Today and Tomorrow" (Season 16 episode Treehouse of Horror XV - segment In the Belly of the Boss)
    • Silent Frequency Communicator DX-50
        • Device that impresses Felicity at the A.R.G.U.S. headquarters in Season 2.
    • The Sneeze Button
        • Tell your friends about Retaphin, and if you don't have friends, watch the DVD of Friends and we'll send you "The Sneeze Button." Also available, "The Appreciate P. Diddy Button". I love how he thinks that he's so much better than everyone. Ask your doctor about Retaphin. (Drug Commercial)
    • Snore Converter
        • Marge's ex-boyfriend Artie Ziff's latest invention - it helps Homer's snoring, but also delivers not so subtle subliminal messages to Marge. (Season 13 episode Half-Decent Proposal)
    • SP 2000
        • Bomb sniffing robot the police send in to destroy George's desk after Steinbrenner hears his alarm clock ticking. (Season 8 episode The Nap)
    • Span-quilizer
        • Device that Stu created to teach Ty-Anne Spanish - it injects a serum that bypasses your ventral and dorsal pathways and implants the language instantaneously. (Season 2 episode Dia De Los Robots)
    • Spectrum-Bypass-O-Matics
        • Technology that the magician Effrafax utilized attempting to make a mountain disappear. "The ultra-famous sciento-magician Effrafax of Wug once bet his life that, given a year, he could render the great megamountain Magramal entirely invisible. Having spent most of the year jiggling around with immense Lux- O-Valves and Refracto-Nullifiers and Spectrum-Bypass-O-Matics, he realized, with nine hours to go, that he wasn't going to make it."
    • Spirit Clausometer
        • Device that measures Christmas Spirit, which powers the Kringle 3000, Santa's sleigh.
    • Spot
        • Nickname for Big Ed's bioengineered prototype for a microorganism that ingests gamma radiation for nuclear waste cleanups. (Season 3 episode It's Not Easy Being Green)
    • Stark Medical Scanner
        • Medical scanning device created by Stark Industries that Tony uses to check his palladium poison.
    • The Strong Arm 6000
        • Device used to test the strength of superheroes at the re-opened A.E.G.I.S. branch in The City. (Season 2 episode A.E.G.I.S. and You)
    • Strong Force Amplifier
        • Device Fargo uses during his protest against the closing of Global Dynamics (Season 5 episode Just Another Day)
    • Super-photon Generator
        • Power source for Allison's daughter Jenna Stark's Christmas present, the childrens book An Adventure in Holotown, created by Douglas Fargo and Henry Deacon. (Christmas episode Do You See What I See?)
    • Synapse Reestablisher
        • Another remarkable technological feat from Weyland scientists, the Synapse Reestablisher, through precise, minute electrical innervation, awakens dormant neurons in the brain tissue of deceased or dying patients. This delicate technology is highly sensitive and restricted to a select group of doctors and scientists. The 9 existing Reestablishers have been in use for the past 2 years in medical schools and biotech research centers for experimental use only, pending FDA investigation.
    • TAP
        • Also known as Terraforming Atmospheric Processing fluid. A radiation-activated compound that creates oxygen. (Season 4 episode The Story of O2)
    • Temporal Interceptor
        • Device the doctors use to read Ashley O's brainwaves while she's in a coma. (Season 5 episode Rachel, Jack and Ashley Too)
    • Thermocam 3000
        • Expensive device that Kent Brockman uses to see what's going on inside the prison during the riot. (Season 16 episode The Seven-Beer Snitch)
    • Time Twister
        • Mobius M. Mobius' device that adjusts time. (Season 1 episode Glorious Purpose)
    • TIRD Meter
        • Global Dynamics scientist Murray Drechmeyer's device that monitors Thermal Imaging Reactive Displacement (Season 3 episode Insane in the P-Brane)
    • Trans-spectral Sensor Array
        • Miles' counterpart Smiley brings Sisko to the Mirror Universe to prevent his wife Jennifer from helping the Klingon Cardassian Alliance create a new sensor array. (Season 3 episode Through the Looking Glass)
    • Transformation Machine
        • The old prop machine that Urkel built in the episode of Family Matters when he became Stefan Urquelle, seen in BoJack episode Still Broken.
        • Dr. Jurati attempts to use an old medical tricorder to scan Picard after his spell. (Season 1 episode Et in Arcadia Ego Part 1)
    • Twinning
        • Technology developed by Kaarvok that replicates beings down to the exact DNA level. (Season 3 episode Eat Me)
    • Uranium Powered Cellular Matrix
        • Electronic device implant worn by some Ricks in The Citadel of Ricks, mentioned on Citadel Morning News TV show: "Gravity outages in East Sanchez Heights, and is your uranium powered cellular matrix making you sick? The answer may not surprise you - it's yes. It's uranium. These stories and more, after this break." (Season 3 episode The Ricklantis Mixup)
    • Vagrant Translator
        • The New Invention Expo science-themed convention in Springfield features new inventions such as the Vagrant Translator and the Shrink Ray, Professor Frink's invention designed to reduce the size of his new multivitamin. "See the inventions of tomorrow! Today and Tomorrow" (Season 16 episode Treehouse of Horror XV - segment In the Belly of the Boss)
        • Replicant testing machine present in all of the virtually simulated Tyrell Corporation buildings in the OASIS, from Blade Runner.
    • Voigt-Kampff Empathy Test
        • The Nexus-6 android types, Rick reflected, surpassed several classes of human specials in terms of intelligence. In other words, androids equipped with the new Nexus-6 brain unit had from a sort of rough, pragmatic, no-nonsense standpoint evolved beyond a major — but inferior — segment of mankind. For better or worse. The servant had in some cases become more adroit than its master. But new scales of achievement, for example the Voigt-Kampff Empathy Test, had emerged as criteria by which to judge. An android, no matter how gifted as to pure intellectual capacity, could make no sense out of the fusion which took place routinely among the followers of Mercerism — an experience which he, and virtually everyone else, including subnormal chickenheads, managed with no difficulty.
    • Whittle Quick
        • Product in development by Hilltech Industries, a high tech hillbilly company featured on TV news show American Profiles (Episode A Few Good Scouts)
    • The WHO
        • Also known as Worm Hole Opener, device that sucks Garfield into a parallel universe where cats act like humans and vice versa. (Season 1 episode It's. Cat's World)
    • Willard Electronic Organizer
        • Wizard knockoff brand that Jerry buys for his fathers' friends in Florida. (Season 9 episode The Wizard)
    • Willow Grain Memory Implant
        • A memory implant that records everything you do (Season 1 episode The Entire History of You) Willow Grain upgrade mentioned on TV in Rachel and Jack's bedroom (Season 5 episode Rachel, Jack and Ashley Too)
    • X109B14 Modified Transistorized Totally Automatic Assembly Machine
        • 
New machine at the W.V. Whipple Manufacturing Corporation which eliminates 61,000 jobs, 73 bulky inefficient machines, 81,000 needless man hours per 11 working days, $4 million in expenditures each year for employee hospitalization, employee insurance, employee welfare and employee profit participation. (Episode The Brain Center at Whipple's)
    • Zik Zak's 1000-volt Christian Converter
        • Joke Max makes about a fictional product. "Just plug yourself in and your friends will see a very large flash of light." (episode Blipverts)

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