Augmented Reality Is In Your Future @ Infinispace.net

Augmented reality is in your future.  It is.  You just don’t know it yet.
What was science fiction 20, 10, even 5 years ago is quickly becoming reality.  Maybe not as an inexpensive and accessible consumer product, but as a dazzling and, quite honestly, mind blowing tech demo put on by Mi…

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Mad Max: Fury Road Official Final Trailer (maybe) @ Infinispace.net

Posted with minimal comment . . .
Here it is, the “final” Mad Max: Fury Road trailer before its release May 15, 2015.  This trailer is still chock full of action, but starts out playing more like a scene from the movie . . . before reverting to the tried and true method of …

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Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell Trailer @ Infinispace.net

Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell, is based on The New York Times bestselling novel by Susanna Clarke and adapted by Peter Harness (Wallander, Is Anybody There?).
The seven-part series stars Eddie Marsan (Best of Men, Ray Donovan, Filth) and Olivier award-winning Bertie Carvel (Restless, Hidden,…

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Retro Review: Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon @ Infinispace.net

The text below the break is part of a theatrical review originally published on December 9th, 2000.
Here are some updated thoughts:  Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon was my first exposure to Chinese fantasay, also known as “Wuxia.”  Wuxia has elements of “wushu” which tran…

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Retro Review: Contact @ Infinispace.net

The text below the break is part of a theatrical review originally published on December 12th, 1999.
Here are some updated thoughts:  Contact turned out to be one of my shorter reviews, much to the satisfaction of readers.  Not that I write long movie reviews, but sometimes I go off on tangents t…

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Weekend Box Office: Apr 24-26, 2015 @ Infinispace.net

No surprises this weekend, just like there will be no surprises next weekend when Avengers: Age of Ultron absolutely destroys Furious 7 and knocks it from the top of the box office hill hill.
Furious 7 has surpassed $1.3 billion gross, which is absolutely shocking (well, not really) for such a …

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The Fantastical Art of Christopher Balaskas @ Infinispace.net

Christopher Balaskas is a conceptual artist born in Worcester, Massachusetts, currently based in Jamestown, New York.  He works in both traditional and digital media, and is currently an instructor at Infinity Visual and Performing Arts as well as a freelance concept illustrator.
Below you can fi…

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Official Mad Max Gameplay Overview Trailer @ Infinispace.net

Alone in the Wasteland with stolen gas for your Interceptor, it’s up to you to fend for yourself and fight off the deadly marauders who will do anything to obtain precious scrap and resources.  Almost out of gas, but not completely out of luck, your Interceptor is your only hope for survival as S…

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Lightspeed Magazine #59 @ Infinispace.net

Lightspeed is a science fiction and fantasy magazine. In its pages, you will find science fiction: from near-future, sociological soft SF, to far-future, star-spanning hard SF—and fantasy: from epic fantasy, sword-and-sorcery, and contemporary urban tales, to magical realism, science-fantasy, an…

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Review: The Songs of Distant Earth by Arthur C. Clarke @ Infinispace.net

In 3620 Earth is destroyed in ravaging intrastellar fire when the Sun goes nova.
How does a race prepare for and accept its demise when it has almost 1500 years notice?  One would think that Arthur C. Clarke would approach a premise like this from a technological or end of the world angle.  But h…

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