Woob – Coming Soon… Teaser

More Sci-fi shenanigans coming this summer Winter !

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Woob 0014 – Teaser II

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Woob 0014 Teaser

Five Season 9 Posts without #oob in the Title

1. Light Stage 5

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BBC’s James May sends pet ashes into space accompanied by Woob’s Wuub music

Above – James doing something similar but not what this post is about..

 

Last night the BBC’s James May (Top Gear) sent cat and budgie ashes into space as part of a featured segment in his new series of Man Lab. Just before the point of separation as the balloons drifted 30,111 meters above earth’s surface the serene tones of Woob’s Wuub played and something became abundantly clear… [Read more…]

СИГНАЛ SIGNAL

Amazing visuals in this great short film by Maxim Zhestkov.

Full Screen HD highly recommended.

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Futureworld

Futureworld the not that great follow up to the classic Westworld.

Image via the excellent: Space 1970

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2010

Although 2010 didn’t suddenly become the Future that Never Happened, it did however do a lot better than 1999 and 2001. In-fact the picture above of the International Space Station’s new observatory module (Cupola) goes a long way to help full-fill some of those old prophecy’s.

Other 2010 notable – science fiction realised highlights include: Moonbase Antarctica (see below), Scientists discovering  new life on earth? the first working flying saucer, Microsoft’s Kinect making Minority Report CPU control a commercial reality – Nintendo style:(  Apple’s perfect sci-fi future gadget the iPad and this roof-top lawn in New York (below.)

Here’s hoping by 2015 my studio will look more like this guys office at around 2:45 – or even the place below.

I’ll let Space play us out….

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The Black Hole.

Disney’s answer to Star Wars, I’m surprised this film doesn’t get more attention. Its got one of the coolest spaceships ever created, a Disney R2D2 that hovers, a seriously homicidal robot called Maximilian and Ernest Borgnine – what more could you want? I saw this in the eighties on TV as a kid, infact it was only today I discovered it’s from 1979. Sure its a little bit rubbish in places, pacing is off and story is limiting but it must have had some sort of lasting effect on me… (see tomorrow’s post) Oh and it just so happens to have one of the best movie soundtracks of all time… LISTEN (Thankyou Mr. Barry)