HighTechScience.org's  Life Size  Robots
at the 2009
Naruto / Star Trek Convention

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Click Here for the Official NarutoTrek Convention Web Site
Here is HighTechScience.org's B9 "Lost in Space" Robot
with a few of the stars at the Naruto/Trek Convention.
Star Trek's: Pavel Chekov
Walter Koenig
Walter Koenig with our B9 Lost in Space Robot
Star Trek's: Pavel Chekov
Star Trek's: Marlena Moreau
Barbara Luna
Barbara Luna with our B9 Lost in Space Robot
Star Trek's: Marlena Moreau

W. Morgan Sheppard as a Klingon Christina Moses as Alana Sulu
W. Morgan Sheppard Christina Moses
Morgan Sheppard with our B9 Lost in Space Robot Christina Moses with our B9 Lost in Space Robot

Also appearing at the convention were
James Cawley Charles Root Charles Root
James Cawley Charles Root Patrick Bell
from  Star Trek Phase II  New Voyages 

NarutoTrek     .: 1 Great Con for 2 Great Shows

Find out why Naruto and Star Trek are more alike than you think. And while you're at it, participate in panels, join in 'game show' fun, enter the costume call, bid at an auction, meet our guests, watch your favorite movies and episodes, and join the party! Click on the "naruto" and "star trek" buttons and see where all the fun is! We have only one goal: to make this the best con you've ever attended! BELIEVE IT!


.: for STAR TREK fans

Star Trek has plenty of history on a grand scale from TOS, TNG, DS9, Voyager and Enterprise, not to mention a new movie on the way! Our convention organizers have attended numerous Star Trek conventions over the years including the first 4 Trek cons in New York from 1972 to 1975. They know how to throw a party and they want to have as much fun as you do! Check us out! You won't be disappointed! STAR TREK LIVES!

.: for NARUTO fans

Meet your favorite actors from NARUTO. There's plenty of activities to keep you busy from Friday to Sunday with absolutely no down time. Come in costume or come as you are. (On second thought, come in costume). All characters welcome. No limits. From Ah! My Goddess to Zach Bell! And there's no doubt there'll be plenty of Narutos, Sakuras and Sasukes there, too! You might even find a Rock Lee thrown in... DATTEBAYO!

THE NARUTO STAR TREK CONVENTION IS A MEETING PLACE NOT ONLY FOR NARUTO AND STAR TREK FANS, BUT FOR ALL ANIME, SCI-FI, ANIMATION, COMIC BOOK & MANGA FANS

Star Trek's Walter Koenig signing autographs by our B9 Robot
Star Trek's Walter Koenig signing autographs by our B9 Robot


Here is a YouTube video from NarutoTrek 2009
starring our B9 "Lost in Space" Robot & our NASA Astronaut


Click Here to go to the official Naruto/StarTrek Convention site

The NarutoTrek Convention Web Site


The Official Walter Koenig Web Site


The Official George Takei Web Site


Star Trek Phase Two Web Site



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