inTENSE - ISSUE 2 - Orbital Opulence - PRINT
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inTENSE leans into the future-set fiction as good sci-fi does: not to predict a specific scenario, but plausibly and logically to tell a story tied to the present day, about the world, the people, and the things that we see around us now.
Dive into our awe-inspiring 2030 issue, bursting with stories that blend hard sci-fi's realism with captivating trends, cutting-edge tech, and creative ventures. Embark on spaceport tours, indulge in cosmic beauty trends, savor space station cuisine quests, and await BetaSpace festival's cosmic extravaganza in just seven years!
This issue about Orbital Opulence features interviews and writing by some amazing talents with deep expertise in relevant fields like Ryan North, comic book writer and author of some of the best science books on shelves, like How to Invent Everything: A Survival Guide for the Stranded Time Traveller and Sabine Winters, founder of Future Based, and Philosopher of Science in residence on the European Space Agency (ESA) Advanced Concepts Team.
a former NASA scientist and founder of the https://www.synbiobeta.com/ synthetic biology community that inspired much of the Culturian issue, as well as the real 2019 event BetaSpace
XR/Metaverse expert and Adjunct Professor, NYU
Comic book writer and author of some of the best science books on shelves, like How to Invent Everything: A Survival Guide for the Stranded Time Traveller
Senior UX Designer at Blue Origin
Service & Experience Design Consultant at IBM iX
Sensory Food Designer
Former Director of Commercialization for the International Space Station, and now a lecturer on Planetary Citizenship at Stanford’s d.school
Space Lawyer (yes , a real thing) and a poet
Multidisciplinary designer and researcher specialized in human - garment interactions
Founder of Future Based, and Philosopher of Science in residence on the European Space Agency (ESA) Advanced Concepts Team