By Admin posted on September 25, 2018 in Innovation
As a creative agency specialising in ideas creation, we’re constantly on the look out for inspiration. It comes in many forms, not least on the big screen.The cinema has come a long way from the first public screening of the Lumiere brothers’ short films in 1895. Entertainment has always been the driver but as a creative medium that has stoked humanity’s imagination, one of cinema’s greatest gifts has been to serve up inspiring ideas that give us a glimpse into our future. While we now know that giant mushrooms and skeletal creatures don’t live on the moon, Le Voyage dans la Lune (A Trip to the Moon) in 1902 at least gave life to the notion that perhaps one day we could get up there. Saturn V was certainly an upgrade from George Méliès’s giant cannon, but they’re not 384,400 kilometres apart, and we’ve recently seen VR gaming that’s not too dissimilar to the goggles spotted in Ian Softley’s 1995 release of Hackers. The giant digital displays that made up what was a fantastical notion of tomorrow in the iconic Blade Runner have been assaulting pedestrians on 1 Times Square since the mid 90s.
The list goes on, but we’d rather look at what’s going to happen and we’ll start the ball rolling with these 5.