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Re: Prometheus (2012)
« Reply #15 on: October 16, 2012, 04:26:01 pm »
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And BTW, did anyone notice lots of the buttons didn't have numbers or letters on them?  How are you supposed to tell someone which buttons to press if they're dots?  Doesn't this bug anyone else?

I think this happens quite often. I would think for design esthetics. The lines are clean, techie, and while you might not know what they do, do you care. I could see this in the future. Minimalism.

Look at the 1950's flick, Forbidden Planet. They were trying to grasp the distant future. Those sets were all about style and slickness. Other scifi did display knobs, levers, words, and it just doesn't compare.
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