Starring the Computer -- A web site dedicated to the use of computers in (movie/f(lick/ilm))s and tel(evision/ly)/TV.Submitted by ant on Fri, 10/14/2016 - 10:01am. Apple | Art/Design | General Computing | Hardware | History | New Version/Update/Upgrade | Personal | Reading Materials | Religion/Culture | Sight Seeings | Software | T(elevision/V/elly) (S(serie/how)/Movie/Film)s | Technology
This almost 4.25 minutes YouTube video shows a parody of World War II/2 (WWII), but nerfed. "World War Nerf ... Nerf wars are a place of pain and suffering.
VideoSift shared an over 1.5 hours YouTube video showing "Building Star Trek (Full Episode)" -- "When 'Star Trek' first aired, it expanded the viewers' imaginations about what was possible. Today, many of the space-age technologies on the show have gone from science fiction to reality. Join us as we celebrate a show that continues to inspire..."
A three years old 47 minutes YouTube video showing "The Real Story: Star Trek (Full Episode)" -- "Meet Star Trek's producers, the first Trekkies, and Mr. Spock himself to discover the true story of Star Trek's history and how its vision of the future has influenced today's technology..."
Currently, there are eight/8 Job Willins' Vimeo videos showing parodied mash ups from tel(evision/ly)/TV, (movie/film/flick)s, etc.
Typography and font choice are often used to create a sense of futurism in movies. Indeed, it’s got to the point where you can set your calendar to FUTURE simply from the presence of Eurostile Bold Extended on the wall of a passing spaceship.
Mashed's YouTube channel has tons of animated, funny, (nerd/geek)y, and mostly short videos (some are offensive and potty mouth): "Do you like sweet cartoons? Comedy? Video games? Then you've come to the right place! Mashed collaborates with awesome creators to bring you a weekly dose of animated video game comedy.