Better than the Trash bins in firefly running Windows 98
i kinda always wondered exactly how movie computers where done, weather it was a just a video that the actor had to time themselves too or something that reacted back. I suppose both have been used at some point.
I can’t believe they’re using IE!
Didn’t you notice that no one on that ship seems to know what they’re doing.
Definitely going to look for this when I watch the movie!
even worse, isn’t this vista?
Spoiler alert: I think the ship crashes in the movie, soooo…
Shiip runs fine, til they intentionaly plough it into the side of another ship.
No, it’s not. But it’s still MSWin, so…
Thats what I’m thinking.
W7 is a decent OS,
which would seem to be a completely out of character choice for these space scientists to make.
NASA’s still using XP.
XP is still mature and reliable.
So am I.
I can verify this is in there, its quiet brief though. It’s in between then arriving at the planet and landing.
Do the displays move at all? Probably a cheap way to do it would be to just have the image as a ‘background’ spread over a few monitors.
As for computer tech in movies, most of the time the display is added in during post-production, and the actors are choreographed, or the display follows the actor’s free-movements.
Even in the future no one gives a shit about Windows 8 and Metro.
so the movie still sucked shit hard
even worse… That bright yellow box on the taskbar leads me to believe they’ve either had a windows error… Or Java is trying to update…
They’ve probably got more then a few viruses from the horny black guy surfing for porn instead of doing his job.