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Submission + - Movie and TV GUIs: Cracking The Code

rjmarvin writes: As the background code displayed in movies and TV, a new industry is growing around custom-building realistic software and dummy code http://sdt.bz/68898. Twisted Media, a Chicago-based design team, started doing fake computer graphics back in 2007 for the TNT show "Leverage," and is now working on three prime-time shows on top of films like "Gravity" and the upcoming "Divergent" designing and creating realistic interfaces and code bases for futuristic software. British computer scientist John Graham-Cumming has drawn attention to entertainment background code by debunking inaccurate screenshots in his blog http://entertainment.slashdot...., but more and more as the public is more aware, studios are paying for fake code that's actually convincing.
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Movie and TV GUIs: Cracking The Code

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