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Old 01-17-2009, 05:58 PM
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At least its not chartreuse green.
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Old 01-17-2009, 07:21 PM
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In that situation, if they use a certain, common, frequency of blue light I would find it hard to focus and would then find myself staring into the light...
I never remember looking up at the lights and I seemed to focus more than when the white lights were on. The white light blue light rato was 4 to 1, so it was darker but I could see the screens better. Alot of times during a normal watch we would go to blue light just because it was better.
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Old 01-17-2009, 07:52 PM
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You know what's funny is that I was just thinking the other day about all the freakin blinkin lights around. everything has a least one blinking LED on it. And to go totally off topic, at the store the other day as someone went out the automatic sliding door they set off the alarm, which was TMP intruder alerts sound. So you may have a point although I don't think this film will make as big as impact on the future as the original series / movies / cast.
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Old 01-18-2009, 03:42 AM
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Which is quite interesting IMO. While the typical read alert darkening of VOY is good for atmosphere, increasing the brightness in a dangerous situation might be more realistic, reflecting the increased attention and sensibility of our senses in dangerous situations.
I'd think just the opposite should be true. When you're driving at night and need more focus, do you turn on the overhead dome light? Not the best metaphor this time out, I'm afraid, but do you see the general principle? Decrease ambient brightness to increase focus on the displays, including the main viewscreen.
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Old 01-18-2009, 08:50 AM
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I'd think just the opposite should be true. When you're driving at night and need more focus, do you turn on the overhead dome light? Not the best metaphor this time out, I'm afraid, but do you see the general principle? Decrease ambient brightness to increase focus on the displays, including the main viewscreen.
That's what I was tring to say and I know it's true from my on experance.

Great now I got to go buy a lottery ticket, because if I can agree with the Saint anything can happen.

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That's what I was tring to say and I know it's true from my on experance.

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I just have to say that I like the new look of the bridge and think that the style and asthetic quality are ingenius.
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Old 01-20-2009, 05:54 AM
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Me, too, Captain Mouse.
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a 23rd century living room with a 100 th lcd screen for my movies,what else?
Some over at st.com haven't been using the name "the iBridge" for nothing!!
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Since they have said they took a lot of their influence from the Star Trek movies, as also evidenced by the design of the new ship's primary hull, I wonder how much of the iBridge design started with the original Phase II designs (the real one, not the Cawley one):



Big, bright, very white...

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