Infinite Frontiers was initially formed as a Doctor Who fan club based in the West Midlands in England, but quickly evolved into a general science fiction fan club during which time it published a monthly newsletter entitled Temporal Physics and later the group evolved into an amateur publishing group. From there it branched out into running conventions and more widespread activities.
After the Doctor Who club folded in early 1990, Infinite Frontiers branched out into electronic publishing and started development of its first title in late 1990 and released its first disk magazine for the Amiga, The Final Frontier which was dedicated to Star Trek - believed to be the first magazine of its kind worldwide. The first issue took almost 12 months to develop and was released in September 1991 and ran until 1996.
The organisation subsequently released a range of other titles, on disk and paper to compliment its other activities and its publications to-date have included:
The group also produced the Holodeck and Illusions slideshows on floppy disk for the Amiga.
Currently Infinite Frontiers is web based and primarily producing the UK event, Auto Assembly and its accompanying website and forum, but has also run a Star Trek event called Delta Quadrant as well as a Star Trek fan club called Alpha Quadrant. For a short period it also ran the official supporters club for the now-defunct Birmingham Bullets Basketball club based in Birmingham, England.