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Author Topic: Verizon: Prometheus Mission Connect [Plenty of New...  (Read 12566 times)

LarsVader

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Re: Verizon: Prometheus Mission Connect ...
« Reply #75 on: Apr 19, 2012, 05:29:05 PM »
Now you too can live all PROMETHEUS style!   ;)



http://luxxbox.com/luxxbox/furniture/brainwash

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Re: Verizon: Prometheus Mission Connect ...
« Reply #76 on: Apr 19, 2012, 06:08:26 PM »
Now you too can live all PROMETHEUS style!   ;)



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 ;D    Good find, Lars.

A brief note on the set pic...

I realize it is a pretty standard conceit, within sci-fi films, that futuristic spacecraft have magical anti-gravity systems (powered by elves, unicorns and pixie dust, most likely).  However, the Prometheus designers might have given some thought to having the furnishings physically bolted down.  Call me crazy, but I understand this is even done on most scientific and military ocean vessels  ::)

However, most cruise ships do not subscribe to this long standing tradition...and choose to be rebels of the sea:


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Re: Verizon: Prometheus Mission Connect ...
« Reply #77 on: Apr 19, 2012, 06:17:37 PM »
Now you too can live all PROMETHEUS style!   ;)



http://luxxbox.com/luxxbox/furniture/brainwash



 ;D    Good find, Lars.

A brief note on the set pic...

I realize it is a pretty standard conceit, within sci-fi films, that futuristic spacecraft have magical anti-gravity systems (powered by elves, unicorns and pixie dust, most likely).  However, the Prometheus designers might have given some thought to having the furnishings physically bolted down.  Call me crazy, but I understand this is even done on most scientific and military ocean vessels  ::)

However, most cruise ships do not subscribe to this long standing tradition...and choose to be rebels of the sea:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ri8NtFGO2-0#

I also wondered about zeroG issues with the furnitures, but the Nostromo was also clutterd with stuff.
At least the dipping bird didn't seem to mind the long travelling.

But what really makes me wonder is the captains wheel on the Prometheus.
How do they get the elves, unicorns and pixie dust underneath a standing captain on a glass-bottom bridge?

Oh, and this came to my mind:
« Last Edit: Apr 19, 2012, 06:25:53 PM by LarsVader »

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Re: Verizon: Prometheus Mission Connect ...
« Reply #78 on: Apr 19, 2012, 06:19:53 PM »
I realize it is a pretty standard conceit, within sci-fi films, that futuristic spacecraft have magical anti-gravity systems (powered by elves, unicorns and pixie dust, most likely).  However, the Prometheus designers might have given some thought to having the furnishings physically bolted down.  Call me crazy, but I understand this is even done on most scientific and military ocean vessels  ::)
Let it go, Deut  :P You'll enjoy yourself.

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Re: Verizon: Prometheus Mission Connect ...
« Reply #79 on: Apr 19, 2012, 06:46:47 PM »
But what really makes me wonder is the captains wheel on the Prometheus.
How do they get the elves, unicorns and pixie dust underneath a standing captain on a glass-bottom bridge?


Don't be silly.  The elves, unicorns and pixie dust do not physically hold objects to the floor...they create the magical field that permeates the ship, creating the artificial gravity.  Geez, everyone knows this.  :P

But what powers the Prometheus engines, you ask?

Spoiler (click to show/hide)
« Last Edit: Apr 19, 2012, 06:52:26 PM by Deuterium »

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Re: Verizon: Prometheus Mission Connect ...
« Reply #80 on: Apr 19, 2012, 07:18:01 PM »
But what really makes me wonder is the captains wheel on the Prometheus.
How do they get the elves, unicorns and pixie dust underneath a standing captain on a glass-bottom bridge?


Don't be silly.  The elves, unicorns and pixie dust do not physically hold objects to the floor...they create the magical field that permeates the ship, creating the artificial gravity.  Geez, everyone knows this.  :P

But what powers the Prometheus engines, you ask?

Spoiler (click to show/hide)

 
One problem..  You forgot to factor in the inertial dampeners.  No need to bolt anything down.

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Re: Verizon: Prometheus Mission Connect ...
« Reply #81 on: Apr 19, 2012, 08:00:15 PM »
Though, dampeners didn't prevent the Nostromo from shaking around crazily when landing.

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Re: Verizon: Prometheus Mission Connect ...
« Reply #82 on: Apr 19, 2012, 10:38:22 PM »
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ri8NtFGO2-0#

Oh crap when the lady face planted the pillar I nearly died. That is exactly what I needed to start off my day. Cheers mate. ;D

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Re: Verizon: Prometheus Mission Connect ...
« Reply #83 on: Jul 03, 2012, 04:35:12 PM »
Hello

The interactive game seem closed. I have wanted to capture it. has any one a copy of the site with flash animation ?

Ot is for a personnal archive. I have allready capture : avpr, predators official site.

 

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