Doctor Geek’s Laboratory, Season 2
Investigating the Exploration of STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math)
Scott C. Viguié, Dr. Scott C. Viguie, Joe Bevilacqua, a full cast
Doctor Geek and friends return to continue their mission to investigate science inspired by fiction in the hope to encourage the exploration of STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math).
Season 2 Investigations:
Episode 7 - Our Companion the Robot Investigation BeginsEpisode 8 - Cyber-WorldEpisode 9 - Karaoke ContestEpisode 9.5 - The Science of SantaEpisode 10 - 3D Printer Investigation BeginsEpisode 11 - Through the Looking GlassEpisode 12 - The SwarmEpisode 13 - Bionics Investigation BeginsEpisode 14 - Pedantic’s LabEpisode 15 - Night of the Working DeadSpecial Feature - Cast Interviews
Science fiction meets real-world technology in Doctor Geek’s Laboratory, Season 2. It’s the twenty-first century—have you ever wondered what happened to all those inventions, conveniences, and other concepts the future was supposed to bring? Doctor Geek’s Laboratory, Season 2 explores all the realms of applied geekdom, examining the future that was, the future that is, and the future that has not yet come to pass.
Dr. Scott Viguié created Doctor Geek’s Laboratory as an outreach to explore the exciting possibilities of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics in the hope of bringing people closer to the scientists, inventors, entrepreneurs, tinkerers, and others who are attempting to bring about the world of tomorrow. Together we will help the future along—and give it a little push when needed.
Viguié is an archaeologist and attorney who has done extensive research on myths and their impact on modern archaeology and storytelling. He is the creator of Dr. Geek’s Laboratory of Applied Geekdom, a website and podcast, where the audience is brought closer to those who are attempting to bring about the world of tomorrow. At the 2013 TimeGate science fiction convention Viguié was called the next Bill Nye.
Doctor Geek’s Laboratory of Applied Geekdom is produced by Brazen Wench Productions, LLC, and distributed by Waterlogg Productions.