Total Recall, Wall-A Film Analysis

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Movies like Iron Man, Total Recall, Wall-E and many more have come up which are inspiring the future generations to develop technologies not even imagined to be possible. Pure science fiction is being turned into reality. For filmmakers and story tellers alike, the future has always been a fountain of creative possibilities and endings, a way to grapple with our fears of the unknown by portraying them as fictions. Perhaps, one could go as far to say that futuristic stories are test-run simulators of what our world could be. And with the rapid evolution and advancements in visual CGI effects and moviemaking tools, even more fantastical, hyper-detailed visualizations of the imagination are possible. The rise in digital filmmaking technology has made it easier to depict a more accurate picture of the digital…show more content…
Big Hero 6 (2014) Synopsis: Robotics prodigy Hiro lives in the city of San Fransokyo. Next to his older brother, Tadashi, Hiro 's closest companion is Baymax, a robot whose sole purpose is to take care of people. When a devastating turn of events throws Hiro into the middle of a dangerous plot, he transforms Baymax and his other friends, Go Go Tamago, Wasabi, Honey Lemon and Fred into a band of high-tech heroes. Technology: The most obvious example is Baymax, the medical robot designed by Tadashi, older brother of the lead character, Hiro. Hiro follows in his brother’s footsteps, creating robots of his own. One of his inventions, the mentally controlled nanobots, earns him admission to the San Fransokyo Institute of Technology, where Tadashi is a student. Hiro’s anobots are tiny devices that can link together in myriad ways to create versatile machines with a variety of abilities. During the time that Big Hero 6 was in development, there have been advances in the area of cybernetics, including an interface to allow mental control of a prosthetic
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