In the film, "Star Trek Generations," Data finally installs the emotion chip he retrieved from Lore (Star Trek: The Next Generation, "Descent, Part II," Season 7, Episode 1), and experiences the full scope of emotions. These emotions proved difficult to control and Data struggled to manage them. By the events of "Star Trek: First Contact," Data gained complete control of the chip, which included deactivating it to maintain his performance efficiency.
Star Trek TOS Transporter- I made this using grey bulletin board paper, black bulletin board paper, gold florist foil, black duct tape, blank address labels, 6 large cardboard pizza rounds, silver spray paint, and 6 LED stick-up lights. This was a fantastic photo op area.
Captain Picard’s tea set. This tea set is the same design as the one used on Star Trek: The Next Generation. The set was featured over multiple seasons Patrick Stewart used the Design II set in his portrayal of Captain Picard when entertaining company.
Latest Pics from the 366 Project at Roddenberry Vault StarTrek.com is pleased to once again share the latest photos from the 366 Project at the Roddenberry Vault. The latest photos include James Doohan attending the premiere of Star Trek: The Motion Picture a pipe-smoking crewman lighting Kirstie Alley for a scene from Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan page one of a letter from Gene Roddenberry to Harve Bennett voicing his concerns about elements of the Star Trek III: The Search for Spock…