smoketetsuo: (GalaxyGirl)
StarWarsOpeningLogo
This is something that caught my attention today. As many of you know for the longest time George Lucas has been monkeying around with the Star Wars Trilogy changing things here and there for new editions. These changes have become more drastic and egregious as time goes by. Of course this makes many fans who grew up with the movies unhappy. Some of these fans are so unhappy that they have made their own edition to preserve the original while "remastering it in HD". The concept of these "despecialized" editions seems like a good one in theory. For me the reality doesn't line up with that though.

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smoketetsuo: (WhiteRabbitNeco)
dark-shadows-depp
HDTV? What manner of sorcery is this?
So I just watched Tim Burton's feature film remake of the classic soap opera Dark Shadows. This film of course stars Johnny Depp and has Helena Bonham Carter in it. This is not a full film review per say just a few of my thoughts. Feel free to skip this entry if you want to watch Dark Shadows and don't want to be spoiled. I don't think I have enough to say to make an lj-cut but I will use the spoiler tags wherever I deem necessary.


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smoketetsuo: (Robogeisha)
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When one is on an alternative platform usually they have to deal with the lack of something compared to the more mainstream platform. Usually that one thing is games. In some cases the original developer goes ahead and makes a version for your platform. Valve and Croteam are examples of developers who have done this. In other cases they farm it out to a third party studio who specializes in it. Examples of that are Feral Interactive porting the latest Batman games or Aspyr with Duke Nukem Forever or Call of Duty Black Ops.

Another option, barring installing Windows in virtualization or dual booting to it is to use a compatibility layer software package known as WINE, Cider or Crossover. Those are sort of like emulators wrapping software that allows one to run Windows games and apps on other operating systems such as WINE without resorting to installing Windows. One can even install DirectX and other support software the same as in Windows into them and some games do need that for stability and features. Here's some of the games I play through it and how well they run for me. 
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smoketetsuo: (motoko)
Black Mesa
My Black Mesa Icon click on it to see my Deviantart release page for it.
Maybe Black Mesa, that was a joke ha ha fat chance! Is what the lyrics in 2007's Portal said. Well, it turns out not too much of a fat chance because Black Mesa has been finally released! This long in the making total conversion mod of the original Half-Life in the Source engine which debuted with Half-Life 2 and Vampire The Masquerde Bloodlines has been highly anticipated by many people on the internet including myself. Tonight I will talk some about what I liked, what I didn't like and how I feel the game faired as a whole.
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Overall even with the few crashes and bugs I've had with the game my impression of it is very high and I look forward to the final chapters being released which are supposed to be improved and expanded upon so I look forward to that. Also, it would be great with the the steam greenlight stuff if the game would be run through QA and compiled for Mac. But at least I got to play it in the meantime and had a good time. 

{   View more screenshots by me of Black Mesa running in WINE on the Mac.   }






smoketetsuo: (bioshock)

Mindy Macready
 is ready to kick-ass!
When I saw this doll in one of the geek web sites and it was linked to a product page at Entertainment Earth I knew I had to get me one! Hit-Girl, AKA Mindy Macready is the diminutive super-hero\assassin\daughter to "Big Daddy" from the movie and comic book series titled "Kick-Ass" about a teenager who decides to become a super hero for real although he is outclassed, outskilled and outdone in every way by Hit-Girl and her father Big Daddy... and dare I say.. out-cuted by Hit-Girl herself. 

This doll is very different from the type of doll Living Dead dolls usually makes in that she's not macabre and does not resemble a goth chick or a zombie or a ghost or any other type they usually do. She's entirely patterned on Hit-Girl.... precocious, perhaps... slightly fetishized with the plaid skirt and colored wig? Maybe.. but still a lot more cutesy than what they usually do. I really like how her outfit translates to a doll outfit with the metallic purple jumpsuit with built in black knee pads that offers plenty of eye candy I really like how shiny it all is. Next is the pink utility belt with plastic capsules and pouches to the tiny hands that give the impression of gloves but are just plastic molded hands. The shoes resemble the typical doll shoes but are themed to be her boots and while they are I would say.. no frills doll combat boots they fit in with the theme of the doll perfectly. 
If there's anything I can complain about this doll is the center of gravity seems to be leaning back a bit and she has a hard time standing unaided but I guess that's what doll stands are for. I have a Little Apple Doll and she needs a doll stand too.
Some people when doing a review of a toy tend to talk about all the points of articulation a doll or figure has. Well, this doll much like how many of the other living dead dolls most likely have is has pretty much just three points of articulation. The head turns and swivels like on a ball joint and the arms move up and down and that's it. The legs slightly move but I woudln't call them articulated per say more like slightly pliable. But I didn't get this for action I got it for display purposes although having more articulation would have made better poses but I actually don't care too much.

Doll in box

I think it goes without saying but one should take care with handling a doll such as this so the hair doesn't get messed up as once that happens it's difficult to fix. Also the other complaint I would file with mezco other than her standability is how they packaged her with twist ties that are super mega uber knotted in the back and folded over and tucked inside so that it's almost impossible to pick them free and untie her... one has to use scissors and cut the ties off in order to get her out. Also I noticed after photographing her that there was some stray\loose\extra thread on her cape that they didn't neaten up at the factory. 

But other than that it's a very nice piece and a treasured new adoption to add to my collection. I currently have her at my desk so that she can be readily seen just by turning my head a little to the right of my monitor. 

The only thing she's missing as an accessory is two glock pistols to hold in both hands! But her hands aren't even scuplted to hold guns so there goes that idea!
smoketetsuo: (motoko)
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This is title... which was announced at Quakecon this week is one that I'm having a hard time not being excited about even though it's tempered by the fact that some of the people behind it started other remake projects and never followed through. But this time it's supposed to be different because they've been fully funded and have a lot of people on board helping them out and are sanctioned and published by Apogee.. the original publishers of the game. If any of you know me you'd know over the top shooters like this are right up my alley and I played the original version (the shareware edition came out the same day as Marathon coincidently) to death. Especially the lasersoft deluxe shareware edition.

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smoketetsuo: (ValveConcept)
Tux Born to Frag Wallpaper Linux Real Guns Are Bad
This entry was prompted by this tweet and this article that was linked from said tweet as well as discussions I've had on PC Gamer previously on a couple of different occasions. It seems to me that some conclusions are naturally being jumped to even by some software "industry" big wigs such as Mr. Stallman. 


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smoketetsuo: (angry)
angrykid1

I was reading an entry at The Mary Sue and this was my response to it.

Here's the way commenting works for me personally. If something doesn't speak to me or I dislike it I don't comment. If I really like something or it's interesting to me I leave as good and relevant comment as I can.... if I come up with something I think is worthwhile to say. If I disagree with someone about something whether or not I comment depends on the subject and whether or not I think saying anything would be worth it. If it's not or the subject is a can of worms then I don't.

Well, this is how I try to do it most of the time.. I've been guilty of being let myself get sucked into flame wars in the past... Hey, I'm only human. One thing I never do is go out of my way to be contrary and or get a rise out of people on purpose to get a rise out of people to get my rocks off so to speak. Otherwise know as trolling. As many of you probably already know there's people out there that don't really care about the subjects they are trolling they are just in it "for the lulz". Also I have been avoiding certain sites or forums too due to there being extra vitriol than other sites. Or just reading the news articles and avoiding the comments sections because I know what the people are like there.

Something else that is unfortunate and it seems to me that not just on the internet but in general negative things get more attention that positive things. Most good news goes unreported and more bad deeds go punished than good deeds rewarded. Even growing up I got more attention for failing to do something in school or doing something bad by punishment than whenever I did good things or did well. This may have changed with parents moving towards rewarding everything including mediocrity but that's the way it was like for me growing up. Bad things always got me more attention.


But of course the whole subject for me brings up this quote, Edwards: Why the big secret? People are smart. They can handle it. Agent K: A person is smart. People are dumb, panicky dangerous animals and you know it.

Image credit: The Mary Sue.


smoketetsuo: (motoko)
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Twitter is too short to go into this properly so I'm making an entry out of it. Yesterday I upgraded to Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion. Here's some of my first findings with it. Like I have said in a tweeted response I think it's a bit too early to jump to conclusions as to the performance and how well OpenGL works because much of the performance increases I may think I'm experiencing may be chalked down to placebo. Just like how new OS updates tend to feel faster at first until the honeymoon period is over.

However that said it seems the performance is pretty competent so far and perhaps a little higher on average than 10.7 Lion. In one game.. Serious Sam 3 BFE I have noticed improved shadow rendering at a distance... previously it was grainy at a distance like a screen door and then it popped into full detail. No longer on Mountain Lion. SS3BFE was a game that was notorious for causing kernel panics and lockups on Macs when it first came out and even after they patched it later on I would still get a lockup or two on one or two parts of the game I still have to do a lot more testing to see if that's the case in Mountain Lion with the new graphics drivers.

Trine 2 seemed to work rather well at the default settings it detected for my computer. That's 1080p, high and FXAA. I hadn't played it much in Lion though so I'm not sure how much better it is now. I only briefly played the demo there. 

One game tested so far seems to be not working as well on Mountain Lion though and that was my unofficial cider port of Star Trek Voyager Elite Force. It as getting choppy in Mountain Lion for some reason. I had to move that over to wineskin for it to work properly again. I hope other wrapped games like it don't exhibit that problem. I tried my unofficial X-Men Origins Wolverine port and it didn't so there's some hope not all my cider ports are affected that way. 

      I haven't tried all my games yet though so there's still room for updates on this.       

As far as general use goes I like the OS but I'm missing candybar which is now broken in Mountain Lion. I'm not sure I like how the notification center looks but I'm sure it'll get handier all the time. I setup twitter with it but I haven't used it much as I'm used to just using a separate client like tweetbot to tweet. I like some of the small touches Mountain Lion has like the new auto birthday thing in calender. I'm not sure if I'd say the whole OS is snappier in general but Safari certainly seems to be faster now.
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19 (1)
Twitter is too short to go into this properly so I'm making an entry out of it. Yesterday I upgraded to Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion. Here's some of my first findings with it. Like I have said in a tweeted response I think it's a bit too early to jump to conclusions as to the performance and how well OpenGL works because much of the performance increases I may think I'm experiencing may be chalked down to placebo. Just like how new OS updates tend to feel faster at first until the honeymoon period is over.

However that said it seems the performance is pretty competent so far and perhaps a little higher on average than 10.7 Lion. In one game.. Serious Sam 3 BFE I have noticed improved shadow rendering at a distance... previously it was grainy at a distance like a screen door and then it popped into full detail. No longer on Mountain Lion. SS3BFE was a game that was notorious for causing kernel panics and lockups on Macs when it first came out and even after they patched it later on I would still get a lockup or two on one or two parts of the game I still have to do a lot more testing to see if that's the case in Mountain Lion with the new graphics drivers.

Trine 2 seemed to work rather well at the default settings it detected for my computer. That's 1080p, high and FXAA. I hadn't played it much in Lion though so I'm not sure how much better it is now. I only briefly played the demo there. 

One game tested so far seems to be not working as well on Mountain Lion though and that was my unofficial cider port of Star Trek Voyager Elite Force. It as getting choppy in Mountain Lion for some reason. I had to move that over to wineskin for it to work properly again. I hope other wrapped games like it don't exhibit that problem. I tried my unofficial X-Men Origins Wolverine port and it didn't so there's some hope not all my cider ports are affected that way. 

      I haven't tried all my games yet though so there's still room for updates on this.       

As far as general use goes I like the OS but I'm missing candybar which is now broken in Mountain Lion. I'm not sure I like how the notification center looks but I'm sure it'll get handier all the time. I setup twitter with it but I haven't used it much as I'm used to just using a separate client like tweetbot to tweet. I like some of the small touches Mountain Lion has like the new auto birthday thing in calender. I'm not sure if I'd say the whole OS is snappier in general but Safari certainly seems to be faster now.
smoketetsuo: (kitteh)

wii kitty

 Leap motion controller looks better than Kinect, shown working with Half-Life 2 .

I caught a glimpse of this product before this week but never really looked at it until today. As far as general computing use goes I could see me using this for incidental things like flipping through cover flow or swiping between spaces in mission control. This would be more ideal to me than having a touch screen on my iMac because especially with the size of screen it has I always want to keep it out of arms reach. 

As far as gaming goes perhaps playing games like zen bound or fruit ninja like they showed there every now and then. Those games are ideal for that type of thing espcially zen bound. You could raise your hand.. manipulate an object and lower it while you think of the next move. Those are the kind of pre-existing games that are suited to it in my opinion.

Hell, might be good for light gun games like House of The Dead where you pretend your finger is a gun. No matter what they say in their promotional material it probably works about as well as other motion control systems when it comes to FPS like Half-LIfe. In those games you move your hand towards the edge of the boundary to move\turn and then return it to center to center your aim. I think it works best for stuff that is suited for always staying within the boundary of the motion control area and screen. Mouse is particularly suited for FPS because you can pick up the mouse and move it back and repeat real fast giving you a very wide range of movement on the screen. Now try doing that with your arm for long periods of time. 

Also I wouldn't mind checking out how well it works for graphics work.. if it's precise and lag free enough I may want to use it there. But for games where you play for hours I wouldn't want to use this. I didn't even like holding my arm up unsupported for long periods of time playing games with the wii remote that use it as a pointer. The point is I'd use it for some tasks but not for others. 
In my opinion this would be just another tool to add to my arsenal of tools for which I pick the best tool for the job. Just like now I use keyboard and mouse to play some games and gamepad, arcade joystick, wii remote, etc. for others.

Some people are always in the mentality that when something new comes out that it can replace everything that came before it. In my opinion that happens less than they would think. 
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★ Robin Mask (Union Jack ver.)

I've been interested in these Five Star Toys Kinnikuman vinyl figures for a while (like I said before most of us here in the USA know these characters as M.U.S.C.L.E.) Only they come from a Japanese company and as far as I know only sell them in Japan. I'd like to order one some time but I'm not exactly sure as to how... I heard one would have to know someone who can import them or something like that... this one in particular interests me and I was tempted to see if trying to order from their site only I'm not entirely sure their site supports ordering from the USA and it wants to do COD which I am not a fan of.... and I'm not entirely sure their delivery service supports shipping to the US which it may not...

It'd be nice if the kinnikuman blog Nama Niku could help me out with that. But I'm not sure they would... I sent them a tweet asking for a bit of advice.... anyway.. here's the link.

http://www.fivestar-toy.net/?pid=45613090
smoketetsuo: (girl heaphones)
I know I'm probably late to this party but I wanted to chip in my 2¢. There are pluses and minuses to watching movies either at the theater or at home. Here's some things I've noticed and some of my opinions in general.
  • My local multiplex has rooms a lot smaller than traditional theaters we had in the past. In fact it almost seems like some of the rooms there are about three rows in the front and three rows in the back. Seriously, it seems they have been making smaller theater rooms in order to pack more screens into a multiplex.
  • Most people watch movies from the back half of the theater and especially when you are in the back row the screen doesn't seem much bigger than screens one may have at home especially if you are sitting closer to them. I watched prometheus at the theater in 2D sitting in the back half of the room and when I came home it didn't make my own system feel like crap the same way watching Terminator 2 at the theater in '91 did to my then small TV with mono sound. That was in a brand new at the time theater and it was the first time I was aware of surround sound... that being the major new feature of that theater.
  • Most movie theater rooms are acoustically treated and most homes are not. Also, some movie theaters have mediocre sound but others have sound that has more dynamic range than the average home theater sound system. This dynamic range makes a world of difference when watching movies at a well maintained movie theater. That being said I've been working on acoustically treating my personal screening room and spending a lot of time calibrating my sound system and right now my local multiplex doesn't sound bigger although their acoustical treatment does give an edge to their bass performance.
  • Many people don't know HD when they see it and don't have their displays calibrated properly nor do they even watch actual HD movies instead they watch DVDs upscaled or SD or lower videos in general with bad contrast and blurry colors.
Personally I'm sort of resentful towards 3D because it's one of those carrot in front of the horse type things. I've been upgrading my household to HD but then suddenly they decided to bring 3D back and suddenly HD is not good enough. I've had a sibling downplay our upgrade saying.. "It's not like it's 3D or anything". I have a 2k resolution display that I watch movies on and even though I don't have any movies that match that resolution it has me spoiled against most TVs that you find in the store. I was checking out some 3D TVs and they hardly even look HD to me.

One thing I forgot to mention at apartment therapy is it's true other people can be annoying at the theater. When I was watching Prometheus at the theater somebody brought a toddler along and the toddler was making comments and noise during the movie. Hell my parents tend to make comments and talk through the movie. On the other hand most of the other people in the theater that day where quiet and there's nothing like the feeling of being quiet and attentive to a movie with a group of people sharing that communal experience. 

It's also very possible to have a lot more comfy seats at home than at the theater. Some good theaters like the century rio in ABQ have real nice seats that when the arm rest is put up can be sat on like sofas. Others have narrow seats that while they have good cushion can be awkward to sit on and then you have relatively small arm rest that you have to share with other rubbing elbows with them. My father for example has a problem keeping his elbows to himself at the theater. At home there are a wide array of seating that you could choose to have in your personal screening rooms. 

{Posted here}
smoketetsuo: (Default)
I know I'm probably late to this party but I wanted to chip in my 2¢. There are pluses and minuses to watching movies either at the theater or at home. Here's some things I've noticed and some of my opinions in general.
  • My local multiplex has rooms a lot smaller than traditional theaters we had in the past. In fact it almost seems like some of the rooms there are about three rows in the front and three rows in the back. Seriously, it seems they have been making smaller theater rooms in order to pack more screens into a multiplex.
  • Most people watch movies from the back half of the theater and especially when you are in the back row the screen doesn't seem much bigger than screens one may have at home especially if you are sitting closer to them. I watched prometheus at the theater in 2D sitting in the back half of the room and when I came home it didn't make my own system feel like crap the same way watching Terminator 2 at the theater in '91 did to my then small TV with mono sound. That was in a brand new at the time theater and it was the first time I was aware of surround sound... that being the major new feature of that theater.
  • Most movie theater rooms are acoustically treated and most homes are not. Also, some movie theaters have mediocre sound but others have sound that has more dynamic range than the average home theater sound system. This dynamic range makes a world of difference when watching movies at a well maintained movie theater. That being said I've been working on acoustically treating my personal screening room and spending a lot of time calibrating my sound system and right now my local multiplex doesn't sound bigger although their acoustical treatment does give an edge to their bass performance.
  • Many people don't know HD when they see it and don't have their displays calibrated properly nor do they even watch actual HD movies instead they watch DVDs upscaled or SD or lower videos in general with bad contrast and blurry colors.
Personally I'm sort of resentful towards 3D because it's one of those carrot in front of the horse type things. I've been upgrading my household to HD but then suddenly they decided to bring 3D back and suddenly HD is not good enough. I've had a sibling downplay our upgrade saying.. "It's not like it's 3D or anything". I have a 2k resolution display that I watch movies on and even though I don't have any movies that match that resolution it has me spoiled against most TVs that you find in the store. I was checking out some 3D TVs and they hardly even look HD to me.

One thing I forgot to mention at apartment therapy is it's true other people can be annoying at the theater. When I was watching Prometheus at the theater somebody brought a toddler along and the toddler was making comments and noise during the movie. Hell my parents tend to make comments and talk through the movie. On the other hand most of the other people in the theater that day where quiet and there's nothing like the feeling of being quiet and attentive to a movie with a group of people sharing that communal experience. 

It's also very possible to have a lot more comfy seats at home than at the theater. Some good theaters like the century rio in ABQ have real nice seats that when the arm rest is put up can be sat on like sofas. Others have narrow seats that while they have good cushion can be awkward to sit on and then you have relatively small arm rest that you have to share with other rubbing elbows with them. My father for example has a problem keeping his elbows to himself at the theater. At home there are a wide array of seating that you could choose to have in your personal screening rooms. 

{Posted here}
smoketetsuo: (girl heaphones)
I know I'm probably late to this party but I wanted to chip in my 2¢. There are pluses and minuses to watching movies either at the theater or at home. Here's some things I've noticed and some of my opinions in general.
  • My local multiplex has rooms a lot smaller than traditional theaters we had in the past. In fact it almost seems like some of the rooms there are about three rows in the front and three rows in the back. Seriously, it seems they have been making smaller theater rooms in order to pack more screens into a multiplex.
  • Most people watch movies from the back half of the theater and especially when you are in the back row the screen doesn't seem much bigger than screens one may have at home especially if you are sitting closer to them. I watched prometheus at the theater in 2D sitting in the back half of the room and when I came home it didn't make my own system feel like crap the same way watching Terminator 2 at the theater in '91 did to my then small TV with mono sound. That was in a brand new at the time theater and it was the first time I was aware of surround sound... that being the major new feature of that theater.
  • Most movie theater rooms are acoustically treated and most homes are not. Also, some movie theaters have mediocre sound but others have sound that has more dynamic range than the average home theater sound system. This dynamic range makes a world of difference when watching movies at a well maintained movie theater. That being said I've been working on acoustically treating my personal screening room and spending a lot of time calibrating my sound system and right now my local multiplex doesn't sound bigger although their acoustical treatment does give an edge to their bass performance.
  • Many people don't know HD when they see it and don't have their displays calibrated properly nor do they even watch actual HD movies instead they watch DVDs upscaled or SD or lower videos in general with bad contrast and blurry colors.
Personally I'm sort of resentful towards 3D because it's one of those carrot in front of the horse type things. I've been upgrading my household to HD but then suddenly they decided to bring 3D back and suddenly HD is not good enough. I've had a sibling downplay our upgrade saying.. "It's not like it's 3D or anything". I have a 2k resolution display that I watch movies on and even though I don't have any movies that match that resolution it has me spoiled against most TVs that you find in the store. I was checking out some 3D TVs and they hardly even look HD to me.

One thing I forgot to mention at apartment therapy is it's true other people can be annoying at the theater. When I was watching Prometheus at the theater somebody brought a toddler along and the toddler was making comments and noise during the movie. Hell my parents tend to make comments and talk through the movie. On the other hand most of the other people in the theater that day where quiet and there's nothing like the feeling of being quiet and attentive to a movie with a group of people sharing that communal experience. 

It's also very possible to have a lot more comfy seats at home than at the theater. Some good theaters like the century rio in ABQ have real nice seats that when the arm rest is put up can be sat on like sofas. Others have narrow seats that while they have good cushion can be awkward to sit on and then you have relatively small arm rest that you have to share with other rubbing elbows with them. My father for example has a problem keeping his elbows to himself at the theater. At home there are a wide array of seating that you could choose to have in your personal screening rooms. 

{Posted here}
smoketetsuo: (anime)
When I was in the fourth grade in elementary school I made a forty page comic book based on a Nightmare On Elm Sreet 3. This is one of my favorite panels from it..



It wasn't very accurate but hey I was ~12 and I was doing 40 pages worth of panels adapting the entire movie into a "graphic novel" type deal!
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When I was in the fourth grade in elementary school I made a forty page comic book based on a Nightmare On Elm Sreet 3. This is one of my favorite panels from it..



It wasn't very accurate but hey I was ~12 and I was doing 40 pages worth of panels adapting the entire movie into a "graphic novel" type deal!
smoketetsuo: (anime)
When I was in the fourth grade in elementary school I made a forty page comic book based on a Nightmare On Elm Sreet 3. This is one of my favorite panels from it..



It wasn't very accurate but hey I was ~12 and I was doing 40 pages worth of panels adapting the entire movie into a "graphic novel" type deal!
smoketetsuo: (Default)
Take a look at this quote I got from a home theater magazine I bought in 1994 which I still have:

"The World is upgrading to multichannel sound, as the technological paths continue to blur the distinctions between your computer, your telephone, your TV, and your Hi-Fi rig towards one all-encompassing multimedia system, a home theater will be the control center of the whole kit 'n' kaboodle. Today a home theater is used mostly for movies and TV shows; tomorrow, it's going to be anything and everything that comes into your home with a picture and sound. One world, one love, one system."

This is interesting to me because it pretty much describes the system I have now. My computer has a screen that would have seemed huge for a computer back then and it has 5.1 DTS or Dolby Digital surround sound. In 1994 regular Dolby Surround was what most people had at home if they had anything (surround sound was only starting to take off in the mainstream at the time), Blu-ray rips.... so better picture than what was available in 94. Even their telephone prediction has come to pass since computers have skype, and even video calls are possible now which they weren't back then and we where looking at movies like Total Recall and wondering when that was going to happen.

I use my current system for everything they describe there. Hell, even my parents TV in the living room has pretty much a computer hooked up to it for the express purpose of watching videos and accessing the internet. Relative to what we had in the mid 90's we ARE living in the future.

We still don't have flying cars, hover-boards or rehydratable pizzas though.

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