Television: Eye of Tomorrow 1947 Smartphone Use
J.K. Raymond-Millet’s released a film, Télévision: Oeil de Demain (“Television: Eye of Tomorrow”), in 1947 that seemingly predicted how we would use smartphones in the 21st century. It was not intended to be a feature length film, but rather one used for educational purposes. In addition to showing people using miniature-television devices in public places, the full clip also showcases professional meetings conducted via picture-phones, cars equipped with television screens, and shops promoting their goods on television.

Call of Duty Warzeon 200 Player Battle Royale
Activision released the Season Four update for Modern Warfare, including Warzone, yesterday, and it’s one of the best yet, as it fundamentally changes the battle in Verdansk. Why? Verdansk can now hold up to 200 players in Battle Royale Quads, or in other words, fifty Quads of Operators are able to fight each other and the encroaching circle collapse.

Back to the Future Time Machine Bass Guitar
Photo credit: Doner Designs
In Back to the Future, Marty McFly rocked a Gibson ES-345 electric guitar at the 1955 Enchantment Under the Sea high school dance, but this custom Time Machine bass by Doner Designs might have been more fitting. The Chicago-based father and son duo created this to pay tribute to the Michael J. Fox movie franchise, especially the time-traveling DeLorean, complete with flashing lights, a selectable destination year display and a flux capacitor.