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(5) Like Tron, its worth seeing for the incredible, enthralling atmosphere, but the action and story slow down as the film progresses, eventually easing you into the stories twist rather than surprising you with it. Still its design, mixing post apocalyptic wastelands with future concepts and a score enthusing electro with orchestral are so unique you can’t help but be inspired. (Watch at the cinema)

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watch?v=FJ1W3562vt0 if you want to watch it. it was a BTS that was uploaded on the MBC site. I mean i don't think i implied that it was on purpose. it was probably a mistake on the part of MBC. what i was saying was that someone had to screen it before posting it and that someone should have thought better than to post it. besides saying SOB on Korean National tv without a bleep or anything is a huge deal. it's just not done and isn't ok, so saying it was a joke as an apology looks bad for MBC

also fans want the channel to apologize to Taemin, rather than saying “the staff member is close to Taemin and Naeun so she didn’t pay attention! we should have checked once more! sorry fans!” I mean, that may be true, but culturally and professionally it’s pretty bad. Many k-fans were upset with the scripting of the show already (staff were caught ordering Taemin to “read out the script” on a previous episode, i can link the Korean article if you want). this just takes the cake in many ways.

link to the video

link to article talking about mbc statement and scriptedness of wgm

i’m not sure if it’s custom to bleep swear words in korea, since i’ve seen idols swear without being bleeped before (for example junsu saying 미친새끼 in this clip). i will readily admit that it’s a professional gaffe no matter the custom or the platform, but i wonder if it’s really what we should be focusing most on?

i’ve been receiving a good deal of messages explaining to me how basically none of this is taemin’s fault, or if it is, wgm should have covered his ass better. but i don’t think taemin needs his ass covered, man, i think taemin needs to treat other human beings kindly. none of the messages that were sent to me or that i’ve read even mentioned the fact that naeun is weeping in that clip :( it’s like taemints are disregarding her completely, or worse, blaming her. whether taemin was ordered to make her cry or not (and i don’t think he was, since playing such a “prank” is in line with his tastes + why would a staffer react in such a way if it was what they ordered him to do in the first place?), he still did it, and afterwards he gave a flop apology

i love taemin too, but instead of being so worried about his image being protected properly, shouldn’t we worry about him growing into a good man? i think he fucked up and got called out on it, and that’s not such a bad thing, because all of us fuck up from time to time and if we never got called out we’d be much shittier people. in the statement mbc released it said that the staffer was only trying to comfort naeun while she was crying her eyes out, and on a human level, is that really such an awful thing? they were trying to offer her support, and if you look at her, you will see that it was much needed ;;

i hope you don’t take what i’m saying personally, i appreciate your point of view and you taking the time to share it with me. i still think taemin is a cool dude, and it’s fine for him to have flaws, just like all of us

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2013 | Oblivion Bubbleship HUD / UI | Design by Joseph Chan

The Bubbleship is almost an iconic character itself, playing an important role in the film as Jack’s main vehicle, it was part helicopter, part jet fighter, part spaceship. Physically built to dimension, it’s unique spherical bubble shape forced us to break the grid so to speak and accentuate the circular nature of the glass panel, lending itself to more organic designs and animation. The UI had several modes depending on the situations on hand: Flight Mode, Attack Mode, and Space Mode were created along with Drone Tracking callouts, Emergency Return elements, and Radiation Zone popups. Studying helicopter flight UI and HUDs, we stressed the importance of having a realistic, functional grounding.