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This group is about collecting art and ideas of civil future technology. Technology for personal use as well as household, habitation, transportation, medical care, science, research, mining, resources, power supplies and more. Well mostly anything that isn't military, weapons or war-related, or primarily meant to harm or kill people and other creatures.
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Founded 4 Years ago
Dec 16, 2014

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Common Interest

37 Members
42 Watchers
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Joining and Submitting

Anyone can join the group. Join requests will be automatically approved.

Submitting art:

In most gallery folders, sketches will be accepted, if there is a good description of the displayed thing. The description can be included in the image or in the image comments. The focus is on the idea, not primarily the execution of the art.

This particularly applies to the "materials" folder, where you can submit designs for future materials. These materials require a somewhat believable description of the material. It doesn't have to be hard science, but it should be something that a person can accept as a well-thought concept.

Submissions with a dominance of weapons, war machines and fight scenes will not be accepted. This groups has a focus on the peaceful side of future.

The limit should be set to 5 deviations per week, and deviations will be reviewed. If the limit doesn't work as expected, please drop me a note and I'll look into it again. Also, please be patient if it takes a while to review a submission, at times I'm visiting dA only infrequently.
Recently I was designing a spacecraft and the question came up, how to shape the underside of the craft. Originally I had planned a flat surface, to make landings easy,  but I got a suggestion, that some weapon turrets should be there too, not to leave the craft defenceless on that side. My immediate idea was to use retractable turrets, to keep the underside flat but then remembered that in some sci-fi novels ships had no landing gear, but were resting on a sort of force field of force cushion instead.

With that, the shape of the underside is pretty irrelevant, but I'd suspect that the force cushion needs a constant supply of energy, so the whenever there is a problem with that, the ship will crash and take damage, while a physical landing gear has passive safety and will keep the ship in place even at a total power failure.

Ah well, just some random thoughts and finally one more journal entry for the group ;)
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:iconcable-bunny8:
Cable-Bunny8 Featured By Owner Oct 26, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
hey~ I'm working with a friend to create a programming site called Programmers-unite and was wondering if you would be interested in affiliating with us?Hi! 
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MarkJayBee Featured By Owner Feb 23, 2017  Professional General Artist
Many thanks for requesting 'SpheriCity II'! :thumbsup::nod:
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scifilicious Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2016  Professional Artist
Thanx 4the request...& make that 17 ;)
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:iconantarasol:
Antarasol Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks for the watch, also thanks for the nice submissions!
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scifilicious Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2016  Professional Artist
Most welcome ;) just one question where do future cities go?...habitation?
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:iconantarasol:
Antarasol Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Yes, that includes everything from a room's interior to a city or even a planetary megastructure.
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AbelMvada Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2016   Digital Artist
Thanks for the request - stay civil! grin wink 
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Softyrider62 Featured By Owner May 11, 2015   Digital Artist
Thank you for the request!
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Antarasol Featured By Owner May 16, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
You should apply to an architecture contest with this. It reminds me of the protection of a snail shell while still being very futuristic. I like the composition a lot :)
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Softyrider62 Featured By Owner May 16, 2015   Digital Artist
Thank you.
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