Parabola has constructed an artificially intelligent camera with several advanced features:
- Detects energy across the entire electromagnetic spectrum.
- Detects nearby alternate quantum timelines, resulting in pictures of what might happen in the future. See Scrying engine.
- Allows the user to teleport to any place where the camera has been in the past, and some places where the camera might be in the future.
In the News
1928: Inventor and crime-fighter Philo Farnsworth electronic television system to communicate with math photographer Cantor Parabola.
Cantor Parabola defies the National Security Agency, reveals Hollerith card (nonfiction) with transdimensional steganographic channels.
Cantor Parabola and Gnotilus at Athens wins Pulitzer Prize.