4850Re: Probe Control Re-imagined
- Nov 20, 2007- -- In email@example.com, "Dean G." <LambuLambu@...> wrote:
>I ofter wonder what Leslie Stevens brilliant mind would have come up
with with new technology and curret conditions in the world story wise
> Greetings, All,
> I know it's probably been ages since I've had anything to
> contribute (no, it HAS been ages). So, since the group has been
> UNUSUALLY quiet this month I thought I'd share some interesting
> possibilities with everyone.
> Since every so often the topic of 'how would Probe Control look
> if "Search" was revived as a modern series?' comes up, I bring it up
> now and I pass on something that came to my attention courtesy of
> NASA Tech Briefs:
> Personally, I can see several of these as strong contenders (mind
> you, each of the following would need a few modifications to lighting
> to give it the true feeling of our beloved Probe Control):
> the "GE Operations Center" could present the feel of Probe Control
> from the pilot movie - containing several Probe Control Units;
> the "Security Console" would give it that "bridge of the Galactica"
> feeling (either Galactica actually);
> the "Global Command Center Console", layout-wise, best captures the
> general arrangement of the original Probe Control;
> now take the back chair away from the "Call Center Console", add it
> to the "Security Console" above as Cameron's console, and you
> complete the feeling.
> Now, while "Control Room Console and Mobile Video
> Wall", "Monitoring Station", and "Military Command Console" each have
> their merits, I couldn't get past their having a strong feeling of
> being in a Batcave, regardless of lighting.
> End Run,
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