PopSci's "Future Of" on The Science Channel

Watch Popular Science's "Future Of" on The Science Channel! New episodes premiere Mondays at 9PM EST.

Upcoming Episodes:

The Future Of Sex: Premieres Monday, August 24 at 9 p.m. ET/PT.

Remote-controlled orgasms are available on demand from a real-life orgasmatron. A brain scan detects the presence of true love. Spit parties take place where you can check out the DNA of potential mates. Even robot lovers! The future of sex is looking hot.

The Future of Pleasure: Premieres Monday, August 31 at 9 p.m. ET/PT.

A miracle berry makes sour food taste sweet. Lovers can caress each other over the Internet. Robot musicians teach all of us how to become great musicians. Magnetic brain stimulation helps us kick even the most stubborn addictions.

The Future of Combat: Premieres Monday, September 14 at 9 p.m. ET/PT.

We unveil and test the fantastic inventions that will make soldiers smarter, stronger and safer: the world's fastest tank, a mind-reading thought helmet, an invisibility cloak, body armor made of fish scales and an army of remote-control robots.

The Future of Adventure

Is that a flying car or a driving plane? In the next five years, we'll be able to soar through the sky like birds, swim as effortlessly as dolphins and speak hundreds of languages without opening a dictionary. Learn about the ultimate adventures that await us.

The Future of Security

Groundbreaking technology and science will change how we keep our nation safe. Autonomous rolling robots will monitor our airports. Security cameras will have brains that can recognize faces. We'll peer into a criminal's brain for evidence of guilt.

The Future of Immortality

Suspended animation stops aging in its tracks. New organs are grown in a lab. Longevity pills add decades to life. Meditation makes us immune to disease. Computer doubles live forever in cyberspace. Immortality is coming!

The Future of Connecting

A machine transports your virtual image around the world. Ubiquitous technology is embedded in everyday objects. Humans develop the ability to communicate directly with animals. It becomes possible to move objects with your mind. This is the future of connecting.

The Future of Habitat

A DNA chip scans your body for disease. A computer in your closet helps you dress the best for your body type. An artificial leaf powers your home. A robotic car lets you commute at 200 miles per hour. An anti-griddle freezes instead of grills.

Read our interview with host Baratunde Thurston!

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