Probably the most remarkable documentary I’ve ever seen. When truth is more unbelievable than a Steven King horror.
Some things relatively unchanged in except more computer controls in most tooling. The rail cars became enclosed. Instrument Panels no assembly and columns attached.
Also the employees usually drive the cars a bit harder in the lot. But it was a marketing clip.
It was interesting to see the very early computer controlled CMM digitizing the full sized clay model.
As a side note one of my best friends father had a career as a scale model builder of buildings, parks, malls, etc. before computers existed. He made some really cool stuff.
I’ve always considered Danny Elfman to be a somewhat enigmatic composer. His collaborations with Tim Burton are akin to adding that hidden spice that manage to enhance his films.
This video is interesting with respect to seeing what Danny lists as his most profound musical influences.
The guy’s no fool: he’s wearing a parachute.
Whether you agree and disagree with OCD, hate or like him, this one is really funny and entertaining with some good bits too.
I never thought much of the “VR” craze, but Dagogo’s thoughtful analysis really widened my perspective of its future uses. At this point in time, Apple really seems to have moved the goalposts much farther than its competition.
What industries will be the frontrunners to employ this? The space and engineering sciences, medicine, the military, visual artists and, without a doubt, the adult entertainment industry. Stir AI into the mix and technology is about to dramatically change society in ways that will truly be astounding. [ I remember being impressed by early versions of the PONG video games . ]
Loved me some Por…er, um; I mean Pong back in the day.
I had some killer moves and could catch the ball on the end of the paddle when needed
Good times…good times…
I get some strong “Minority Report” and “Iron Man” computing/computer interface vibes watching these examples.
Will be very interesting to see where this heads…
And, I would add that this could really revolutionize home theater if coupled with a hi-end multi-channel audio system.
I envision a home theater system with no physical screen being necessary in the room. This would solve the stereo/HTE enthusiasts dilemma of trying to optimizing stereo audio while accommodating large screen TV’s and the reflection/soundstage challenges they can otherwise present (not to mention the possibility of a nearly limitless screen size).
haha, great vid! I’m quitting this hobby! I’m a Yanny yaynie?
Unfortunately the more things change the more they stay the same.