Some 50 years ago today Star Trek aired for the first time and has remained on both the big and small screen ever since. The sci-fi show featured technology that was way ahead of its time, but has since become commonplace including portable storage devices.
Away from earthly proceedings Jonathan Cooper-Bagnall, EVP and commercial director at Proxima, took an extra-terrestrial turning into neutral universe to speak to Fango Jett, one of the surviving members of the Death Star (mark II) construction team and under an alias so as to protect him from the latest Sith Lord Kylo Ren, and Skek, a relative of USS Enterprise first officer Spock.
The son of the late Leonard Nimoy has looked to Kickstarter to help fund a feature-length documentary based about his father and the Star Trek character he played, Mr Spock.
It's technology – but not as you know it!